For creating good academic environment on the campus it is very important to offer audit courses, which fill the gaps in the current curriculum. Auditing a course allows a student to take a class without the benefit of a grade or credit for a course. A student who audits a course does so for the purposes of self-enrichment and academic exploration. An auditor is considered active learner and may not recite in class or take examinations, but is expected to attend classes with regularity and do some assigned work.
We started offering Audit courses for the benefit of our students. We will give certificate to students at the end of the course mentioning title of the course, hours and offering department.
Features of Audit courses offered by GCET
- Audit course should be of minimum 10 hours. Experimental component (if any) can be considered as an add-on.
- The course should be well designed with clear out come for the beneficiary students.
- The sessions of the course should be well defined and it cannot be more than two hours per session.
- The course should fill the gaps in the current curriculum and/or it should add a new dimension in their learning cycle.