Two academic calendars – one for Commerce Stream and other for Arts & Science Streams are published in the form of books. Earlier only commerce course was taught in this college and focus on Business & Commerce education is evident from its student profile and performance. Unique curriculum design and different structures of course encourage the college to publish a separate academic calendar exclusively for commerce stream.
Academic calendar of the college is considered to be the strong foundation upon which entire teaching-learning process rests. Academic calendar design, implementation and deployment are effective to the realization of teaching-learning objectives of the college. It is not only a simple calendar but goes beyond the time table. All the relevant information, process of implementation, ways of better performance and realization of individual and institutional goals are contained in it and displayed in a systematic manner.
Division and sub-division of curricular both time-wise and teacher-wise is given in the calendars. Syllabus is allocated broadly in two parts- one for mid-term test and the other for selection test. Apportionment of curriculum among the faculties with standard number of lectures required to complete each topic and sub-topic with corresponding name of teacher is included in the calendar. Number of questions set and allotment of marks for different topics as per the University guidelines are mentioned. Admission and examination regulations of the college and the University are published to make the students aware of it.
Academic calendar is issued to all the applicants ( prospective students of the college) along with prospectus and admission form at an all inclusive cost of Rs.100/- only. This enables them to study the curriculum and choose suitable course of study with options for subject combinations in order of preference in relation to their aims, objectives and potentials. In-house analysis of teaching-learning process and action plans prepared by the faculties during slack session in the months of May and June are integrated in the form of departmental report. It is given the shape of a binding book and implemented, deployed and followed rigorously through-out the year to achieve the all-important object of quality teaching-learning process.