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Adopting Micro-Systems for Monitoring of Teaching, Learning, Evaluation Practices: An Institutional Case

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.11, No. 4)

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Page : 134-137

Keywords : Evaluation; Learning; Monitoring; Micro-systems; Teaching;

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Higher education institutions strive to incorporate quality in its services in order to fulfil the needs and expectations of its stakeholders. Students are the prime beneficiaries of its services. Teaching, Learning and Evaluation (TLE) constitute the three main pillars on which modern education system is built. These three are inter-related. Learning is the process of assimilation of knowledge imparted through teaching, and evaluation is intended to measure the level of learning as well as effectiveness of teaching. Monitoring mechanisms act as checks and controls. This paper focus on the experience of evolving micro-systems for monitoring teaching, learning and evaluation practices revealed from a case study of a sub-urban graduate school in southern India.

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