Graduate Attributes/Programme Outcomes
(As decided by the Academic Council)
After successfully completing any two-year post graduate program, a student is expected to achieve the following attributes.
After successfully completing any three-year under graduate program, a student is expected to achieve the following attributes.
Government College for Women, Thiruvananthapuram
Rigorous academic learning: Students in the College are equipped with the skills, motivation and confidence to engage in continuous learning to meet the personal, professional and vocational challenges of an ever changing world. The authority of Government College for Women takes all measures to avoid loss of class hours.
Self-reliance: Every effort is made to equip the girl students with confidence, capability, assurance, independence and enterprise so as to enable them to fulfil their personal and career aspirations. Various clubs and associations act as driving force in the endeavor to create a community of self-reliant women in the campus. A Career Guidance & Placement Cell is functioning in the college for the effective placement of students.
Engaged citizenship: It is our goal to make the students accustomed to contemporary, social and cultural issues so that they make meaningful contributions to local, national and global communities. Various seminars and discussions organized by the college and different associations in the college ensure that students of Govt. College for Women fulfil the role of a good and engaged citizen.
Social responsibility: Students are expected to be aware of generally accepted norms of ethical behavior and are encouraged to act in a socially responsible manner both in the campus and other settings.
University of Kerala
Imperial College of London
Imperial graduates are individuals who:
are exceptionally well educated in their field;
are independent learners and critical thinkers;
are able to retrieve, analyze and assimilate complex information;
are able to manage complexity and ambiguity;
have good communication skills;
have critical judgment; and
know their personal impact and how it can contribute most effectively in the workplace.
In addition to discipline-specific education and training, the College aims to provide an education that enables students to:
have a good general knowledge and understanding of the sciences, including mathematics, and an awareness of the major global scientific challenges;
understand how individuals from different disciplines approach and solve problems;
understand the societal, ethical and commercial context in which they operate;
have business awareness and, where relevant, industrial or commercial experience;
be enterprising and open to the value of entrepreneurship; and
show integrity and honesty in their professional activities.
Imperial students should also be able to demonstrate:
the ability to be articulate, both orally and in writing, to lay and specialist audiences;
the capacity for attentive exchange, informed persuasive argument and reasoning;
teamwork and leadership skills;
an appreciation of cost and value;
an understanding of risk, uncertainty, failure and success;
networking and negotiating skills;
project and time management proficiency; and
a consideration of others in their workplace.
University of Sydney
Scholarship: An attitude or stance towards knowledge: Graduates of the University will have a scholarly attitude to knowledge and understanding. As Scholars, the University's graduates will be leaders in the production of new knowledge and understanding through inquiry, critique and synthesis. They will be able to apply their knowledge to solve consequential problems and communicate their knowledge confidently and effectively.
Global Citizenship: An attitude or stance towards the world: Graduates of the University will be Global Citizens, who will aspire to contribute to society in a full and meaningful way through their roles as members of local, national and global communities.
Life Long Learning: An attitude or stance towards themselves: Graduates of the University will be Lifelong Learners committed to and capable of continuous learning and reflection for the purpose of furthering their understanding of the world and their place in it.
Each of these overarching attributes can be understood as a combination of five overlapping clusters of skills and abilities.
COURSE ON HUMAN VALUES