Curriculum development and support services

We provide, as curriculum development and support services, a wide range of services that are designed primarily to create frameworks and generate content for various courses offered at the educational institutions serviced by us. As additional support services, we also assist the operators of educational institutions to determine student intake numbers, source students for admission and establish policies for effective management and servicing of enrolled students.

We undertake course structuring and content creation for both K 12 schools and higher educational institutions and for skills development programmes. Curriculums admisistered by MPEC in Pratap University as well as its skills development initiatives in [Uttar Pradesh] are designed and compiled by us completely, while for K 12 and higher educational institutions that are affiliated to CBSE, ICSE and AICTE, course content and structuring for personality development programmes and electives in relation to technical training and co-curricular courses are designed and compiled by us. [Note: Company to confirm]

Content structuring and development services are typically invoiced by us on a cost-markup basis, whereby the relevant operator is charged a premium over the cost incurred by us in developing such curriculum. Apart from content development, we also provide services, under this head, for sourcing students at educational institutions, which are invoiced at a fixed fee per student sourced by us; and also source books and other reading material for use at K 12 schools serviced by us, which are also invoiced on a cost-markup basis, typically at a premium over the cost of such procurement by us.

Curriculum development services are coordinated by our in-house Curriculum Development Team, which is headed by Mr. Manu Kumar, our Senior Vice President. Each curriculum developed by us is prepared by a curriculum development committee set up to this end. The curriculum development committee consists of members of the Curriculum Development Team, faculty and members of the governing board of the underlying educational institution and [professors from various other institutions] in the subject matter of the curriculum. The curriculum development committee performs the following key functions:

  1. Identifying sequencing and developing course content to meet the following objectives:
    • Ensuring that the course content addresses what students should know about the course, the manner in which the curriculum should be delivered, student assessment and the organization of course content;
    • Ensuring that every aspect of the curriculum is model inclusive and learner-centric; and
    • Ensuring that the curriculum also addresses professional development.
  2. Researching on innovative and effective delivery methods.
  3. Reviewing policies and behaviour that foster involvement of students in the courses.
  4. Recommending professional development activities to support content, instruction and assessment expectations.
  5. Aligning course content in compliance with the relevant affiliating body.

The process of curriculum development by a curriculum development committee can broadly be classified into three phases.

  1. Phase I

    1. The curriculum development committee analyses the underlying requirements of the course content, the target audience and the culture and environment of the underlying institution.
    2. Based on this analysis, the committee creates a work-plan, complete with a work break-down structure and subsequently meets with key stakeholders which includes the operator of the educational institution to discuss the basic work-plan, timelines and resources involved.

  2. Phase II

    1. Based on feedback from the operator, the committee decides on the structure of the course content, defines the learning approach for the content (faculty-centric or student-centric) and determines the reference materials required to be included in the content.
    2. The committee further identifies the technical requirements for the development phase of the content, and the underlying constraints.

  3. Phase III

    1. In the developmental phase, the course module is developed by the curriculum development committee based on the planning and deliberations of the previous two phases in active and constant consultation with the relevant operator. The curriculum is finally approved by the Head of the Curriculum Development Team.
    2. A diagrammatic representation of the curriculum development process is provided below:
    3. Diagram

 

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