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Student Centric Learning Through Planned Hard work - An Innovative Model

Aithal, Sreeramana and Aithal, Shubrajyotsna (2016): Student Centric Learning Through Planned Hard work - An Innovative Model. Published in: International Journal of Scientific Research and Modern Education (IJSRME) ISSN (Online): 2455 – 5630 , Vol. 1, No. 1 (8 September 2016): pp. 886-898.

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Abstract

The strategies followed by educational institutions and the students become very important when the performance of students in the examinations is concerned. By means of properly planned and well guided model of training and motivation to do hard work, students can follow a well disciplined study plan and become exceptionally successful in examinations. Teaching and training by experienced and dedicated faculty members, continuous support by parents and motivating the students based on setting their goal through proper career guidance and orienting them to focus on the study are few motivating factors in a planned systematic accelerated study model. It is found that instead of studying at last minutes for the exams, if students continuously study every day through hard work and with the proper plan, they can do a better performance. In this paper, we have discussed the strategies the students should adopt during such transition of the curriculum, the importance of Pre-university education in deciding the career of a student, Opportunities in intermediate education, challenges in intermediate education, plan of study etc. The paper also contains the strategies the parents of such students to be followed based on changing family environment, parents dream, expectations, pressure, and worry. To face such critical situation, and support the students and the parents, Expert Pre-University College in Mangalore, India, developed a new innovative hard-work based training model called Seven to Seven (12 hours) Training Model. In the environment of enhanced competition, this new model is Student Centric. The paper contains the Core values of this new model, SWOC analysis, ABCD analysis, Stakeholders expectations, Institutional expectations, Student expectation, Teachers expectations and Parents expectations as a Case Study.

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