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Learning Management System (LMS)







Maharajas College accommodates 2522 students across 18 departments providing an all-inclusive academic environment catering to the diverse needs of students hailing from different socio-economic backgrounds. The College offers 41 courses ranging from UG to PG levels in Languages, Social Science, Physical and Life Sciences and Commerce streams. Maharajas being an institution that fosters democratic and liberal thinking, there is great demand for admission here. The admission procedure is well accomplished through a transparent mechanism complying with the norms of the university. Conceiving equity as the prime objective, more than 70% of students belong to reservation category and 53 differently abled students got enrolled in various disciplines.

         A group of highly resourceful teachers with impeccable credentials, form the intellectual capital of the college that contribute immensely to achieving both individual and institutional excellence. There are 179 faculty members educated both outside and within the state displaying high academic exuberance with 100 Ph. D degrees to their credit of which 51 serve as PhD research supervisors. The student faculty ratio is shown as 13:1.

        A comprehensive mechanism of mentoring is operational to support the advanced and slow learners. Attempts are made to cater to the professional needs of students through WWS, SSP, remedial coaching, and interactions with renowned persons, presentations and seminars. Implementing experiential and participatory learning enhances learning experience. Hence a learner-centred teaching method is pursued as the key mode of instruction where projects, internships, field trips, industrial visits and visits to Press and Manu libraries are undertaken by students. Intellectual pursuit is made more dynamic by indulging in authentic research and self-reliant learning methods. A holistic learning opportunity is made accessible to achieve broad, multi-faceted knowledge transcending the conventional modes of education.

       Fully automated Examination Management System, major reforms in examination like double valuation and save a year exam, systematic conduct of examinations and timely publication of results upgrade academic competence. Clearly defined POs, PSOs and COs are internalised by students to realise the desired purpose of the curriculum. Diligent measures are implemented to evaluate outcomes. Online feedback is in vogue replacingthe structured method followed earlier.