1.3.1 Institution integrates crosscutting issues relevant to Professional Ethics, Gender, Human Values, Environment and Sustainability in transacting the Curriculum
St. Joseph’s College integrates crosscutting issues relevant to Professional Ethics, Gender, Human Values, Environment and Sustainability while delivering various courses in the university-prescribed curriculum so as to inculcate in students an overall value system and through the future leaders, enhance the overall wellbeing of the society and the environment we live in.
The courses and its curriculum, through which SJCET integrates cross-cutting issues are mentioned here in.
- Courses common to all branches of Engineering
- APJAKTU, to which SJCET is affiliated, has introduced various subjects which integrates cross cutting issues in the curriculum spread over the four years of Engineering, both as core subjects and as elective courses in the final year.
- Courses specific to branches of engineering
- Certain courses in specific branches of Engineering, even though are technical in content, integrates certain aspects of the cross-cutting issues as the course is being delivered.
- Courses specific to postgraduate courses
- Courses specific to Master of Business Administration and Master of Computer Applications integrates certain aspects of the cross-cutting issues as the course is being delivered.
In addition to the courses in curriculum, SJCET addresses cross cutting issues through various indirect methods. Active student involvement in various clubs and activities like IEEE Women in Engineering Affinity Group, Women in Development Cell, National Service Scheme, Environment related Clubs like Nature club, EnCon Green Club etc, which are articulated in subsequent criterion with documentary evidences, integrates various cross cutting issues into students’ overall character formation.
1.3.2 Percentage of students undertaking project work/field work/internships (Data for the latest completed academic year: 2022)