Gondwana University conducts courses and examinations as per rules laid by University Grants Commission New Dehli, Maharashtra University act and Direction and other ordinances which are passed in management council, academic council of Gondwana University [Faculty of Science Dierction No. 207 of 2016, examinations leading to the degree of science, Semester pattern with choice based credit system, direction, 2016 (Issued under Section 14(8) of the Maharashtra Universities Act, 1994)]. These regulations recommends safe learning-teaching environment to foster overall development of student.
Teaching and Learning ''meet'' in the teaching and learning environment. Government Science
College Gadchiroli is committed to build a better learning environment by taking into account
both the instructionalist's and the psychologist's perspectives. We believe in creating a classroom
community and culture to foster a safe learning environment.
As an educational institute, we have the main responsibility for creating an appropriate learning
environment, considering learning environment from learners perspectives. We mainly focus on
physical institutional learning (such as classroom teaching, practical) and also use the
technologies (ICT) which will facilitate the online personal learning environment. We also
believe that our students are capable of creating their own, personal, relatively autonomous
learning environment. Therefore, we wish to develop a model learning environment that aims to
provide comprehensive teaching-learning context for the overall development of students.
Teaching- College wishes to elevate the learning, teaching and research activities of low-income and tribal students by employing traditional as well as technology enabled teaching.
Teaching aids- Advanced learning environments are difficult to implement and currently they are not cost effective. However, College is investing time and money into computer technology that replicates what can be done as well with traditional means.
Infrastructure- Well equipped laboratories, LAN-WiFi connectivity, library equipped with more than 21000 books is available in college campus to provide quality education along with technically sound and socially relevant research to tribal communities.
Assessments- In choice based credit system (CBCS) emphasis is given on formative assessment and summative assessment for overall improvement in learning process. Formative Assessments measure student comprehension in process of learning a skill or acquiring new knowledge.
What has the student learned so far in semester? (internal assessment)
Summative assessments measure student comprehension at the end of semester.
What did student learned so far? (Semester end examination)
Gondwana University follows the 80:20 pattern for semester end examination and internal examination marks respectively. Therefore assessments are integral part of our curriculum. Formative assessment are carried out by conducting test, MCQs, seminars, assignments, projects etc.
Learner’s support- College provide learner’s support by taking feedback on teaching methods, counselling, motivation, co-operative learning and encouraging asking questions on learning management system.
Learner characteristics- Understanding the learners characteristics are essential for creating a dynamic learning community for students. College trying to understand the personal characteristics of students related to age, gender, maturation, language, social economic status, cultural background, and specific needs of a students such as particular skills and disabilities for and/or impairments to learning. Based on the understanding of learners characteristics college is trying to implement the innovative teaching methods to improve the academic environment.
Learning management System
College implements and help students to apply for various scholarships. Students can avail the scholarships offered by state government and Central government.
Question papers of Gondwana University of previous years are available on following link http://unigug.ac.in/paper/
Each student has assigned a professor to help student to plan and navigate the options and pathways to complete degree. Your academic advisor (aka mentor) can give you the guidance and resources to support your learning and career aspirations during your years with us, and even beyond. Students are encouraged to approach their mentors for any problems they may encounter:
Need a listening ear during difficult times? Our resident student support managers offer confidential consultations for your academic and personal concerns, and help you tap into the resources and support services available to you.
For more information contact
Dr. Vivek Raut, Head Chemistry Department
Dr. Syed Abrar Ahmed, Head Botany Department
If you have special needs, the Disability Support Office can help facilitate arrangements for assistance, including accessibility and transportation, internships and employment, as well as scholarships and bursaries.
For more information Contact
Amar Kuril, Botany Department
Government Science College established Moodle server and few courses are available on Moodle portal of college.
UGC guidelineLink for Moodle to connect through LAN network [Link] Link for Moodle to connect through internet [Link]
Piazza is designed to connect students, TAs, and professors so every student can get the help they need when they need it. Faculty members use Piazza to connect with students and provide resources to students.https://piazza.com/account/login
College has subscribed the spoken tutorial courses of IIT Bombay. There 49 courses are available to choose and each class has chosen three courses.https://spoken-tutorial.org/
Edx is one of the world’s leading MOOC platforms. MOOCs (massive open online courses) are offered for free to anyone wishing to learn.https://www.edx.org/
Coursera covers a wide range of academic learning, allowing you to supplement your studies with some additional knowledge.https://www.coursera.org/
The college takes care of economically backward, needy and hardworking students enrolled in the college. The Students Adaptation Scheme has been introduced by the college from the academic year 2015-16 for extending financial support from College to economically backward Student by waiving fully or partially tuition fees
The main objective of the scheme is to develop a student as a multifaceted personality with academic excellence and commitment to an egalitarian society. Students of rural areas, who are economically backward, intelligent, and meritorious but cannot afford higher education, It inculcates in the student the idea that no work is big or small and develops a work culture with the right aptitude. The students enrolled under the scheme are given the following types of work namely – office work, technical work and field work.
The University has University Departments Students’ Council and Students’ Council as specified under section 99 A. of the Maharashtra Public Universities Act, 2016. The constitutions of these councils are as below:
There is a University Departments Students’ Council constituted as per clause 99 A. (2) (a) of Maharashtra Public University Act, 2016 consisting of following members, namely-
There is a Students’ Council for each Institution, conducted colleges or affiliated colleges as per clause 99A (2) (b) of Maharashtra Public Universities Act, 2016, consisting of following members, namely-
The members of both these councils elect the Secretary/University Representative from amongst themselves as per clause 99A (3) of Maharashtra Public Universities Act, 2016 of their respective council.
Annual health check-up is organized for college students to provide medical aid to the student with keeping the medical education training & its awareness as main objective. Health Checkup is mandatory for each student.
Debates elocution competitions are organized by Language departments on various occasion such as “Marathi Bhasha Diwas”.
Bhavgeet Gayan and Natyageet competitions are organized by Marathi department in each semester.
Each department organizes the Quiz and Presentation competition in each semester.
The function of the cell is to look into the complaints lodged by any student, and judge its merit. The Grievance cell is also empowered to look into matters of harassment. Anyone with a genuine grievance may approach the department members in person, or in consultation with the officer in-charge Students’ Grievance Cell. In case the person is unwilling to appear in self, grievances may be dropped in writing at the letterbox/ suggestion box available in NSS department and Office of College. Grievances may also be sent through e-mail on firstname.lastname@example.org
The cell will deal with Grievances received in writing from the students about any of the following matters:-
Maharashtra Government Guidelines pdf 27/02/2019 GR higher education [Download]