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Guidelines for Implementation :


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A) Workload


  1. For Autonomous Colleges the course will be implemented in I to IV semesters and for Non- Autonomous Colleges, all members unanimously agreed to implement the course in the I Year with 30 hours and II Year with 40 hours and have extension lectures in the final year. The topics for the Extension Lectures will be specified by Dr. Pradeep Kumar, Professor in Earthquake Engineering, IIIT, Gachibowli, Hyderabad.

  2. The work load for the course will be 1hr/week totaling to 22hrs/Semester.

  3. The practical session will have 3hrs/week with 15 students /batch


B) Class Strength


  • Value Education Class should comprise 25 – 60 students for effective imparting of the Course.

  • Medium of Instruction : Bi-lingual


C) Books

      Prescribed Text Book and Reference Material recommended by the IIIT, Gachibowli, Hyderabad.

  1. “A Foundation Course in Human Values and Professional Ethics” Excel Publishers – Student Text Book for English.
  2. Jeevan Vidya to Na Prayanam, Student text book for Telugu. Paramount publishers
  3. “Teacher’s Manual” – for Teachers (English). Excel books
  4. “Teacher’s Manual” – for Teachers (Teulgu). Paramount publishers. (In press)


D) Examinations

  1. Course will be introduced for the 1st year (2013-14) 2nd Year (2014-15) students as part of their curriculum and end examinations in the I & II Years will be held along with University Examinations.Outgoing final and second year students (2013-14) will also be taught this Course; however, no examination will be conducted and will not be a part of the curriculum.

  2. The student is considered Passed only if he gets 50% or more than 50%.

  3. It has been decided that marks and grades will not be displayed on the marks memo and instead the student will be graded either passed or failed in case of the Non Autonomous colleges.

  4. In case of the Autonomous colleges, credits will be given to students and the decision on the number of credits shall be decided in the Academic Council Meetings of the respective Autonomous Colleges.

E) Brochure

  • A Brochure shall be prepared by the Department reflecting the concept, objectives, guidelines and action plan for introducing Value Education Course in Colleges in July, 2013

F) Outreach Programmes:


  • Outreach programmes have to be conducted to enable students right understand the families, society, nature and existence

  • Interaction with families negatively impacted by lack of right understanding and involving students in activities aimed at helping these families so as to enable them understand and fulfill relationships.

  • Visiting nearby Villages/Places/Institutions that experienced positive change initiated out of right understanding at individual, institution and social levels.

  • Visiting places significantly benefitted from activities undertaken towards protecting natural balance

  • Conduct of baseline surveys in surrounding areas to enable students identify, analyze and find the reasons with reference to the Value Education framework.


G) Credits


  1. Awards to best Value Education Cell will be given during Academic festival

  2. No remuneration for lecturers teaching value education. Credits for Value Education Cell to teachers will be given and considered at the time of transfers, State meritorious teacher awards and Youth and academic festivals