Innovative Teaching Practices

S.No. Name of the Innovations Description Name of the courses in which in Innovation introduced by the Faculty
1. Interactive Online Modules
  • Online modules that go beyond traditional lectures.
  • These modules incorporate multimedia elements, interactive quizzes and real-world case studies
  • All courses during academic year 2021-2022 was conducted using MS Teams and Google Classrooms also use real world case studies as assignments.
3. Flipped Classroom Model
  • Students review lecture materials independently before class and use class time for discussions and  problem-solving.
  • Digital Electronics
  • Microprocessor & Microcontroller
4. Usage of Technology  Tools
  • Our faculty has integrated various technology tools (Smart Boards) in their teaching methodologies.
  • Simulations and online collaboration platforms are being leveraged to create immersive learning experiences.
  • Antenna & Wave Propagation (
  • Communication Engineering
6. Peer Mentoring Programs
  • Recognizing the importance of peer learning, faculty members have implemented peer mentoring programs. Senior students are paired with junior students to facilitate knowledge exchange, provide academic support, and create a sense of community within the department.
  • Mentorship Programs are implemented in which senior students take classes to junior students.
7. NPTEL Video Lectures
  • Faculty members can leverage NPTEL video lectures as a comprehensive resource for professional development, gaining both subject-specific knowledge and pedagogical expertise. By incorporating these insights into their teaching practices, Faculty can contribute to a more engaging and effective learning environment for their students.
  • Antenna and Wave Propagation
  • Digital Communication
  • Fundamental of Electronic Devices
8. Research based Projects
  • Use of rigorous research methods, collect and analyze relevant data, and disseminate findings through publications or presentations. Additionally, collaboration with colleagues and seeking external funding opportunities can enhance the scope and impact of such projects.
  • Project work
9. Live Case Studies
  • Real-world scenarios that enhance their understanding of pedagogical challenges, instructional strategies, and student engagement. These case studies involve ongoing situations, allowing faculty to explore, analyze, and apply their knowledge to dynamic educational contexts.
  • Antenna and Wave Propagation
  • Rural Development
10. Research-Integrated Courses
  • Faculty members are integrating their research findings directly into the curriculum as content beyond syllabus. This approach not only keeps the courses current and relevant but also exposes students to cutting-edge developments in the field.
  •  All Courses
11. Collaborative Learning
  • ●     Students are divided into small groups to answer questions, work on projects and learn from one another
  • Analog Electronics
  • Communication Engineering
  • Digital System Design
  • Mini Projects
  • Final Year Major Projects