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The curriculum of various courses has been designed in such a manner that focuses at student-centric learning. Learning-by-doing approach has been adopted by the MM (DU) for its students in order to facilitate their curricular and co-curricular skills. To cultivate students’ leadership and organizational learning skills, various student-centric methods are adopted such as seminars, case-studies, field projects, industrial projects, live-case discussions, educational trips, participation in the intra and inter-university curricular and co-curricular programs apart from expert talks, practice-based workshops, experiential learning, brainstorming activities, role-plays and group discussions, etc.
As a part of their curriculum, the students are actively involved in the research projects/dissertations in order to develop the innovative ideas and creativity to promote the young scientists. To support such activities, there is a central research lab. Laboratories are equipped with various types of software like ANSYS, PLC, MATLAB, STAAD pro, etc. Every department/institute is equipped with its own computing resources as well as a departmental library. Apart from the curriculum, the University has several centers of excellence which include BOSCH, CISCO, GOOGLE and SAP.
Constituent institutes/departments of the MM (DU) organize various curricular and co-curricular activities for the students to hone their latent skills on a routine basis. Students are also actively involved in organizing the extra-curricular and co-curricular activities through students’ committees and councils. Some of such committees are sports committee, cultural committee, alumni committee, library committee, etc. Inter-university meet “UniversuMM” is organized annually for the students to exhibit their aptitude and talent to imbibe leadership and organizational skills to inculcate among them the competitive spirit.
Assignments are an integral part of the teaching-learning process to promote holistic understanding and underpinning of the theoretical and clinical applications. Micro-teaching is also promoted at the students’ level to foster their confidence to deliver the lectures with the use of appropriate teaching methodology and ICT.
The Department of Humanities organizes special language lab classes for the students of the MM (DU) including the international students to cater to their needs and to acclimatize them to the medium of instruction of the courses run by this Deemed to be University.
Various programmes offered by the MM (DU) use information technology-based teaching platforms like SWAYAM, NPTEL, MOOCs, etc courses blended in their curriculum.
In the case of medical students, regular advanced training programmes and exposure is given to the students at the prestigious medical institute like PGIMER, Chandigarh in order to quench their hunger to understand the complexities of the cases and further facilitate the evidence-based approach to the patient management and likewise for the students of other courses to whom exposure is given to them in their respective areas.
The MM (DU) allows a student inter-disciplinary immersion that will equip them to handle a range of skills and roles in their professional and personal life. There are more than seven thousand interdisciplinary courses in different programs.