‘Antardhvani’ which is an Annual festival of Delhi University's along with "Good Practice" award, brings an opportunity to college authorities to realize which colleges have implemented and adopted their reforms the maximum.
The "Good Practice" award received its theme as the Four Year Undergraduate Programme (FYUP). The announcement informed that each college compulsorily needs to come forward and participate.
The ‘Antardhvani’ festival is schedule fromFebruary 14-16, 2014 however, the Good Practice award will commence one month prior to fest and selected teamsshall visit each college.
Since the participation is mandatory each college will have to demonstratethat adhere to the reform agenda and also need to implement FYUP with their best efforts, even though student’s feedback over the FYUP has not been in accord.
The area of "self-assessment" will be covering teaching method, new pedagogy, projects undertaken and presentation delivery, evaluation, especially related to the newly introduced Foundation Courses.
Each College needs to submit digital material and brochures on FYUP. The digital data will comprise of Video recordings of 20 minutes on lectures, panel discussion, interaction with students, inter-disciplinary activities, as mentioned in the guidelines for the Good Practice awards.
Each college shall have to produce a brochure on the much opposed foundation courses with laying stress on the special learningattained through these FYUP courses.