Criterion 1 - Curricular Aspects

Key Indicator - 1.3 Curriculum Enrichment


Institution integrates cross-cutting issues relevant to Professional Ethics, Gender, Human Values, Environment and Sustainability and other value framework enshrined in Sustainable Development Goals and National Education Policy – 2020 into the Curriculum

  • MLR institute of technology is committed to provide a dynamic curriculum which is sensitive to the needs of the stakeholders and societal demands. The syllabus and the curriculum cater to the local, national and global needs and they are aimed at not only rendering the students as empowered graduates but value loaded citizens who serve the country. In this direction the syllabus and curriculum subtly integrate the cross cutting issues like Gender, Ethics, Values, Professionalism, socialization skills, concern for the environment and ecolory and its sustainability besides the human values as enunciated by the country and the global entities like UNSDG. The syllabus and curriculum of all the programs have these elements subtly integrated in them.

  • The Course files which the faculty prepare to elucidate the curriculum, pedagogy and the tools to be used for effective curricular transaction also highlight the cross cutting issues like the Gender, Environment and sustainability, professional values, ethics etc. In addition to the regular curriculum, the curriculum of the Certificate courses and the Value Addition courses that the institution offers also cater to the cross cutting issues. For eg. Gender sensitization, environmental sciences integrate Gender and cater to the Environmental concerns As a strategy for holistic development of the students, various Cells and Clubs are established in the college which also takes care of cross cutting issues like gender, values, ethics, professionalism etc by involving the students in different activities that create concern for the society, values, equality, equanimity and environmental concerns. Clubs/ Committees provide an opportunity to the students to acquire knowledge on cross cutting issues.


Number of value-added courses for imparting transferable and life skills offered during last five years


Percentage of programmes that have components of field projects / research projects / internships during the last five years.