Innovative Curriculum: A Case Study

8 Pages Posted: 28 Mar 2015

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K. V. Prabhakara

SBRR Mahajana First Grade College

Date Written: March 26, 2015


Excellence in higher education is achieved through everlasting quality consciousness in every aspect that governs it. A college in its regular and day to-day management, is faced with the challenging task of managing two very important stake holders of education; via Teachers and Students. A good curriculum would not only generate knowledge but also ensure its application into a life sustaining proposition and, ideally, should ensure to bring both the teacher and the student on a single common platform and it should give both of them endless opportunities to realize their full potential. The current case study is about Mysore University which is striving to bring in innovation in the curriculum. The changes proposed includes introduction of innovative elective streams for bachelor of arts programme, introduction of innovative add-on courses, mandatory participation in co-curricular activities as a measure towards personality development of students.

Keywords: Curriculum, Co-curricular Activities, Human Resource

Suggested Citation

Prabhakara, K. V., Innovative Curriculum: A Case Study (March 26, 2015). Nitte University, Fourth International Conference on Higher Education: Special Emphasis on Management Education, December 29-30 2014. Available at SSRN: or

K. V. Prabhakara (Contact Author)

SBRR Mahajana First Grade College ( email )

Mysore, 570012
United States

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