Vision and Mission UCBMS&H
Our Vision, Mission and Goals
Vision: Excellence through Perseverance
We envision to be a recognised leader in basic and applied education and shall aim at national excellence by creating competent and socially conscious technical manpower for the current and future requirements and development of the nation.
Mission: – Undertaking Research & Development in thrust areas
Introducing Innovative practices of teaching learning
Promoting strong set of ethical values
Serving the surrounding region and nation at large
Goals: The Long term goals of the College are set and approved by the MANAGEMENT, keeping in view of the mission and with an ambition for overall growth.
To enable 70% of undergraduates to find immediate employment by imparting necessary skills & knowledge.
To motivate at least 30 – 40% of students towards higher education & research.
To create entrepreneurial skills in at least 5 – 10% of students.
To develop a Management Model worth emulating in corporate governance.
To instil in young professionals a code of ethics on par with organizational expectations.
To generate awareness on immediate social problems and seek technical solutions to resolve the same by involving a team of academicians and industrialists of this area.
Each department shall focus on goals of the institution and develop itself as a Center for Excellence in some of their fields of specialization.
College is focusing on three thematic areas and functioning on imparting value based education and community services.
Theme A: Academic Program was informed by a mandate to build on core department and college values and areas of academic and scholarly strength, so as to position the college to continue to be responsive to the educational and professional goals of our students. This section focuses on interdependent tasks as reflected in these goals: (1) create a framework for academic program development, and (2) establish a thematic approach to academic planning by identifying cross-disciplinary and interdisciplinary topics which reflect the educational needs and professional interests of our students, values and traditions of particular importance to the college, and areas of opportunity based on growth or increasing societal importance. The Task Force recognizes the importance of distinguishing between the following key terms included in the academic plan:
Academic programs are the registered offerings of the college and include undergraduate areas of study, structured undergraduate programs, graduate programs and certificates.
Themes are meant to represent broad interdisciplinary academic areas of student interest and, therefore, areas in which we need to ensure our ability to offer learning opportunities.
Theme B: Environments for Mentoring and Teaching – Learning seeks to capture the interrelationships among the three areas under its purview while remaining sensitive to the multidimensional nature of the environment in which our students learn. This section includes four goals:
Create effective, rich, and flexible learning environments, addressing the range of issues identified across all areas of infrastructure – academic, technological, physical and social – that comprise and support what we have termed “learning environments;”
Enhance academic assessment, preparation, and support for all students through the early identification of appropriate levels of academic readiness, as well as by providing the appropriate support for those students throughout their educational careers at the college;
Enhance educational planning for students in relevant programs, focusing on a core value and practice of the college;
Improve the prior learning assessment and academic review process.
Theme C: Faculty Planning, Scholarship and Development seeks to identify goals which will support and strengthen our faculty community as a whole. Two goals were constructed:
Ensure that our faculty have the content and practice expertise necessary to serve the current and future needs of students, and
Support faculty development in terms of scholarship and practice. The goals and objectives outlined in this section focus on the faculty as a collective and at the institutional level, not on the professional development, career planning or particular work-life balance needs of individual faculty members that are better addressed on an individualized basis.