Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy (RBT)

“Children must be taught how to think, not what to think”. In its ultimate form, education should be socially progressive. In an engineering college we teach the next generation of scientists, engineers and medical researchers who will improve our quality of life: they will learn more about the world, fabricate better and safer modes of transport, treat diseases and surmount scientific boundaries. Acquiring practical skills in addition to experimental theory is crucial to ensuring student learning capability and employability. All the specific objectives apart from being mapped with Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM) they are also mapped with activities for clear understanding purpose. Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy (CLM – RBT) provides tangible illustrations of what teaching for understanding necessitates, is divided into four major stages.

Stage 1: Evocation to the topic
Stage 2: Objectives based teaching
Stage 3: STEM in education
Stage 4: Formative assessment

Student Performance Indicator

The Performance of the students are analysed under various categories with respect to the Graduate Attributes as below
1. Engineering Knowledge
2. Problem Analysis
3. Design and Development of Solutions
4. Investigation
5. Modern Tool Usage
6. Engineer and Society
7. Environment and Sustainability
8. Ethics
9. Individual and Team Work
10.Communication
11.Project Management & Finance
12.Lifelong Learning

Digital Literacy

Digital literacy is the knowledge, skills, and behaviors used in a broad range of digital devices such as smartphones, tablets, laptops and desktop PCs, all of which are seen as a network rather than computing devices. Digital literacy skills are imparted in the adopted villages of Kaliyappagoundanpudhur, Vettuvanpudur and Vadukupet of Sathyamangalam village by NSS Volunteers. A digitally literate individual will possess a range of digital skills, knowledge of the basic principles of computing devices, and skills in using computer networks. The individual has the ability to engage in online communities and social networks while adhering to behavioral protocols. The individual is able to find, capture, and evaluate information. Digital literacy requires the individual to understand the societal issues raised by digital technologies and possess critical thinking skills. These skills can be possessed through digital experiences that pushes individuals to think in a variety of ways through a multitude of media platforms.

Patents Filed

  • Patents Filed
  • Patents Published
  • Granted

Students Performance cocurricular, extracurricular

  • Paper Presentation
  • Project Presentation
  • Internship/In-plant training
  • National / International Events

Students Participation in National International Technical Competitions

  • International Events - Participation
  • International Events - Prizes Recieved
  • National Events - Participation
  • National Events - Prizes Recieved

Students trained in Skill Labs

  • No. of Labs
  • No. of students enrolled (members)
  • No. of activities completed (Seminar/ Workshop/ Guest Lecture/ Hackathon etc.)
  • No. of events/ competitions participated
  • No. of success in national and international events
  • No. of products developed
  • Budget (Rs. in Lakhs)
  • Amount generated through consultancy (Rs. in Lakhs)

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