Department of Information Technology Faculty Innovation

Faculty Innovation

S.No. Name of the Faculty Nature of Innovation Introduced Detail of Initiatives
1 Dr. Sanju Kumari Singh Pedagogical Innovation – Project Based Learning (PBL): Each students are instructed for personal responsibility and critical time management skill.
– Each student must Design assignments that hit higher-order stages in Bloom’s taxonomy like analysis, synthesis and evaluation.
– To provide multiple ways of assessing students at different stages of the project, whether through a portfolio, annotated bibliography, outline, draft product or finished project.
Assessment Innovation – Paper presentation techniques are used for making the students able to use their time and resources effectively and efficiently. They can manage their time, energy and physical workspace so that they can do tasks successfully.
– The students motivated to increase their confidence
By attaining various Seminars, Webinars and
Digital Innovation Students motivated by the Technical talks where they elaborate a wide range of technical concepts and ideas and co-relate with the real world.
– To conduct various technical activities as like
Capstone projects, Coding Competitions and
Hackathon. Students improved asocial coding event
or new software program.
2 Dr. Pawan Kumar Pedagogical Innovation Usage of presentations, video lecturing, interactive teaching methods, animations and collaborative learning methods with real world illustrations methodologies to create the best learning environment wherever required.
Assessment Innovation – Group discussions, technical concepts preparations through experts- Conduct of online and offline quizzes, seminars.
⦁ Paper presentations techniques are used to build organizational skills of the students
Digital Innovation – Usage of Virtual Labs, NPTEL Videos
– Group discussions, Tech Talk, Technical events,
Video lectures.
3 Dr. Amanpreet Kaur Pedagogical Innovation ⦁ The problems related to some of modules are explained with the role play and mechanism was also explained by conducting the activities.
⦁ Flipped Classroom method is applied to better understand the solution of the real world problems.
Assessment Innovation ⦁ Module wise Question Bank (MCQ Questions) are prepared to assess the students.
Digital Innovation ⦁ Problems are explained with help of multimedia gaming and other multimedia techniques.
4 Mr. Abhinash Singla Pedagogical Innovation ⦁ Brainstorming session at the end of every module, problem statement is given to student in the class room so that they can think quickly and generate solution.
Assessment Innovation ⦁ Online resources such as W3Schools, geeks-for-geeks, gateacademy etc. are utilized for conducting Quiz demonstrations and Online Test.
Digital Innovation ⦁ Usage of Virtual Labs, NPTEL Videos.
5 Mr. Yadwinder Singh Pedagogical Innovation ⦁ Inquiry based learning is used. The main purpose is to generate curiosity to engage students in the material. Students are given the freedom to form their own opinions on what they are studying, permitting them to develop a greater knowledge of a subject than through rote memorization and recalling data.
Assessment Innovation ⦁ Conduct of online and offline quizzes, seminars and SQL queries.
Digital Innovation ⦁ Create and manage database objects by using SQL server management software.
6 Ms. Rupinder Kaur Pedagogical Innovation – Integrate active learning: It contains active learning that engages students in learning, using activities such as reading, writing, discussion, or problem solving, which promote analysis, synthesis, and evaluation of class content. Active in-class learning also provides students with informal opportunities for feedback on how well they understood the material.
– Integrative learning: It allows the students to make connections among concepts and experiences so that information and skills can be applied to novel and complex issues or challenges. It is integration when pupils are able to connect what they are learning in one subject area to a related content in another subject area.
Assessment Innovation – Group discussions, technical concepts, preparations through experts.
– Seminars.
– Offline quizzes.
Digital Innovation – Usage of Virtual Labs links.
– Conduct of co-curricular activities like Project display, Quiz, paper presentations to build competitive and organizational skills in the students.
7 Ms. Jaspreet Kaur Pedagogical Innovation ⦁ Reflective/Inquiry learning: Students focuses on the practical aspects of learning rather than teaching. It requires reflection on what students are doing now, what they see and hear around them and what they want to accomplish in the future. Students ask a question is the inquiry aspect.
⦁ Constructivist learning: To encourage students to construct their own knowledge through experiences and activities. It allows the learners to construct knowledge rather than just take it through usual lectures.
⦁ Videos of Mock interviews shown for the further preparation.
Assessment Innovation ⦁ To develop students’ competitive and organizational skills, use online-offline quizzes, paper presentations- to build organizational skills, technical events(workshops and technical talks- to enhance technical skills), group discussion etc.
Digital Innovation – Webinars, Technical Quizzes, Online & offline mock test.
– Monograms, spoken tutorial videos and Project Display.
8 Dr. Ajay Goel Pedagogical Innovation ⦁ Experiential Learning: The students are trained with hands-on experiences through fieldwork and industry training. This approach allows students to apply theoretical knowledge in real-world contexts, fostering deeper understanding and skill development.
⦁ Problem-Based Learning (PBL): Open-ended problems related to their subjects like Computer Networks, Operating System and Artificial Intelligence are discussed with students and they are encouraged to analyze the problems, propose their solutions, and implement their ideas for better results.
⦁ Flipped Classroom: In order to help students make classes more productive, Flipped class room techniques are applied for some courses. Classroom time can then be dedicated to interactive discussions, problem-solving activities, and hands-on exercises.
– Inquiry-Based Learning: The students are encouraged to explore their own questions and investigate real-world in programming issues and guide them through the process of collecting real data, with optimized solutions.
Assessment Innovation – Paper presentations techniques are used to build organizational skills of the students.
– Seminars and Group discussion techniques are used to build their confidence.
Digital Innovation – Usage of Virtual Labs, NPTEL and Spoken Tutorial
– Webinars and Online mock test for improving their subject knowledge.
– Conduction of activities like Project Display and
Coding competitions.