1DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICSLAHORE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN UNIVERSITY, LAHORESELF-ASSESSMENT REPORTfor BS ProgramSubmitted toQuality Enhancement Cell,Lahore College for Women University, LahoreDated: 19-10-2018Program Team Members:1. Dr. Riffat Sagheer2. Mrs. Maryam Parvaiz3. Ms. Ambreen MirzaHead of the Department:Prof. Dr. Rehana Zia
2T A B L EO FC O N T E N T SDescriptionPage No.Criterion 1: Program Mission, Objectives and Outcomes4Standard 1.1.14Standard 1.1.2 (a&b)Standard 1.1.3Standard 1.1.4Standard 1.25Standard 1.37Standard 1.47Criterion 2: Curriculum Design and Organization10Standard 2.111Standard 2.211Standard 2.312Standard 2.412Standard 2.512Standard 2.613Standard 2.713Criterion 3: Laboratories and Computing Facilities13Standard 3.114Standard 3.214Standard 3.314Criterion 4: Student Support and Advising15Standard 4.115Standard 4.215
3Standard 4.315Criterion 5: Process Control16Standard 5.116Standard 5.216Standard 5.317Standard 5.417Standard 5.517Criterion 6: Faculty18Standard 6.118Standard 6.219Standard 6.320Criterion 7: Institutional Facilities20Standard 7.120Standard 7.220Standard 7.321Criterion 8: Institutional Support21Standard 8.121Standard 8.221Standard 8.321Appendices22
4CRITERION 1: PROGRAM MISSION, OBJECTIVES AND OUTCOMESStandard 1-1: The program must have documented measurable objectives that support collegeand institution mission statements. Document institution, college and program mission statements.State program objectives. Program educational objectives are intended to be statements thatdescribe the expected accomplishments of graduates during the first several years followinggraduation from the program.Describe how each objective is aligned with program, college and institution missionstatements.Outline the main elements of the strategic plan to achieve the program mission and objectives.Provide for each objective how it was measured when it was measured and improvementsidentified and made. Table 4.1 provides a format for program objectives assessment.BS PROGRAMMission StatementBS research program is designed to prepare graduate students to perform best in differentbranches of Physics. Lab experiments and independent projects have been assigned to improvetheir skills for advanced studies and specialization.LEARNIN GOBJECTIVES To provide sound basic education in Physics for students planning career in science, engineeringand other disciplinesTo prepare students for Post Graduate StudiesTo encourage students to participate in research projects appropriate to their academic abilities andexperienceTo develop scientific attitude and demonstrate professional skills in teaching and research.To prepare and train students for advanced studies and specialization in recently emergingtechnologiesHowObjectivesMeasured1Mid term Test2Assignment3Final term s Made(Based on outcomeExamination)As per tentative Enhancementin To encourage creativitydate sheet from learninganalyticalthinking,examinationcritical analysis andbranchinnovativeproblemsolving skills.Enhancementin To create basic skills inlearningteaching and research.As per tentative Enhancementin To encourage creativitydate sheet from learninganalyticalthinking,examinationcritical analysis andbranchinnovativeproblemsolving skills.Confidenceand To develop expertise andcompetitionskills necessary to be andevelopedeffective educator andfaculty member.WhenMeasured
55Final examAs per tentative Enhancementdate sheet from learningexaminationbranchinStudents can provideinnovative and creativesolutions to PhysicsproblemsOUTCOMES Students know the concepts of the basic branches of Physics. Students perform new experimental projects related to Physics theories. Students have the ability to do small independent project. Students have developed effective communication skills and professionalism.Table 4.1 Program Objectives AssessmentStandard 1.2: The program must have documented outcomes for graduating students. It mustbe demonstrated that the outcomes support the program objectives and that graduating studentsare capable of performing these outcomes. Describe how the Program Outcomes support the Program Objectives. In Table 4.2show the outcomes that are aligned with each objective.ProgramObjectivesToprovideopportunity tivityanalyticalthinking, criticalanalysisandinnovativeproblem solvingskills.To develop withineachcandidatethe expertise andskills necessary tobe an effectiveeducatorandfaculty ntributions inthe fields lcontributions inthe fields lcontributions inthe fields ofPhysics.Program Outcomes23Studentscan Studentscancommunicateprovideeffectively both innovative andorally and in creativewritten formsolutionstoPhysicsproblemsStudentswith Studentswithadvancedadvancedcapabilitiesin capabilities inleadership and leadership itiesinleadership dership andmanagement4Studentscancommunicateeffectively bothorally and inwritten lyticallyStudentscancommunicateeffectively bothorally and inwritten form
6Table 4.2: Outcomes versus Objectives Describe the means for assessing the extent to which graduates are performing the statedprogram outcomes/learning objectives.126.96.36.199.Conducting a survey of graduating seniors every semester.Conduct a survey of alumni every two years.Conduct a survey of employers every two years.Carefully designed questions asked during senior project presentations. These questions shouldbe related to program outcomes.5. Outcome examinations.The program outcomes are the byproducts of the program objectives and are interrelated. An exampleof interrelation between the program objectives and the program outcomes is shown in the followingtable.Program OutcomesProgramObjectivesCharacterbuilding ofstudentsTo learnstudentsbasicknowledgeof differentfields ntal labsTo conductresearchprojectseffectivelyStudents areabletodiscriminatebetween rightand wrongStudentshave clearconcepts ofPhysicsHandling ofexperimentalapparatusLiterature reviewSelectionofresearchtopicAnalysis ofexperimental results* Legend: *Denotes Substantial Contribution to the objectives Denotes Moderate Contribution to the objectivesDenotes No Contribution to the objectivesStandard 1.3: The results of program’s assessment and the extent to which they are used toimprove the program must be documented.Describe the actions taken based on results of periodic assessments. Describe major future program improvements plans based on recent assessments.List strengths and weaknesses of the program.
7 List significant future development plans for the program. Courses outline is modified and more skills of teaching are added to meet modern timerequirement. Program is satisfactory.Standard 1.4: The department must assess its overall performance periodically usingquantifiable measures.1.4.1 Performance Measures:Table 3: No. of Students EnrolledProgramSession2014-2018BS (Hons.) e 4: Student-Faculty RatioYearNo. ofNo. of 17-202152232018-20225423iii)Table 5: No. of Students Passed OutProgramPassing out YearBS (Hons.) Physics2018IV)v)No. of Students4043465254Student-Faculty ratio2:12:12:12:1No. of Students40Table 6:Percentage of Honor Students & Attrition RateYear%age of Honor StudentsAttrition RateCriteria: CGPA 3.75 and above(Admitted –pass out) *100Admitted201814 (35%)0Table 7: Faculty Training, Seminars and workshops (Appendix A)YearNo. Of Trainings, Seminarsand workshops201805201705
8vi)Papers Published at National & International LevelTable 8: Number of Publications (Appendix B)Year2018Papers published06vii. Books in Library400 books (Approx.) of Physics are available in Postgraduate Library PG-IResearch AreasThe Faculty is involved in research in the following areas:1. Experimental: Material science2. Theoretical: Plasma PhysicsCollaborations1. CASP, GCU2. CSSP, University of the Punjab3. NILOP, IslamabadDepartmental Achievements (others) 1st position obtained for BS (Hons.) Physics for academic year 2012 and 2013. 1st and 2nd positions obtained for BS (Hons.) Physics for academic year 2014 and 2015.Honors and AwardsResearch incentive 04 papersCRITERION 2: CURRICULUM DESIGN AND ORGANIZATIONProvide the following information about the program’s curriculum:A. Title of degree program.B. Definition of credit hour.C. Degree plan: attach a flow-chart showing the prerequisites, core, and elective courses.D. Complete Table 4.3 showing curriculum breakdown in terms of mathematics andbasic sciences, major requirements, social sciences and other requirements.E. For each course in the program that can be counted for credit provide 1-2 pagesspecifying the following:
9 Course title Course objectives and outcomes Catalog description Text book (s) and references Computer usage LaboratoryContent breakdown in credit hours (if applicable) as basic science, math, engineering science, anddesign for engineering discipline, general education requirements, business requirements andmajor requirements for the Business Studies and others. For above required information, scheme of studies for BS (Hons.) Physics is attachedas Appendex 1.SemesterI iencesMaths0101Category (Credit Hours)Basic CoreHumanities TechnicalCourses &Social ElectivesSciencesBasicSciences040301182203Table 4.3 Curriculum course requirementsStandard 2.1: The curriculum must be consistent and supports the program’s documentedobjectives. Describe how the program content (courses) meets the program objectives.Complete the Table 4.4linking courses to program outcomes. List the courses and tickagainst relevant outcomes. A sample of such a matrix is shown below.Courses or Groupof CoursesCompulsorysubjects (Eng, Isl.& Pak. Studies)ComputerSciencesPhysics1To improve spoken Eng.And communicationskillsTo improve computerskillsTo learn basic fields ofPhysicsProgram Outcomes23CharacterTo improvebuildinggeneralknowledgeabout PakistanTo promote elearningTo learn basicskills ofresearch4
10Table- 4.4: Courses versus Program OutcomesStandard 2.2: Theoretical background, problems analysis and solution design must be stressedwithin the program’s core material.Table 13: Elements of CoursesElementsCoursesTheoreticalbackgroundProblem solvingNo of Courses********************Solution design*************** Theoretical background, Problem solving and Solution design are the core elements foreach Course offered for BS (Hons.) Physics Program.Standard 2.3: The curriculum must satisfy the core requirements for the program, as specifiedby the respective accreditation body. Curriculum is designed as per HEC requirement.Standard 2.4: The curriculum must satisfy the major requirements for the program as specifiedby the respective accreditation body. Curriculum is designed as per HEC requirement.Standard 2.5: The curriculum must satisfy general education, arts, and professional and otherdiscipline requirements for the program, as specified by the respective accreditationbody/council. HEC Requirements (Accreditation Council Requirements if any)Program RequirementsDeviationsJustification for DeviationsProgramsBS (Hons.) PhysicsMaths & 3Others02Table A.1 Minimum Requirements for Each Program(Program Semester Credit hours)Standard 2.6: Information technology component of the curriculum must be integratedthroughout the program. Indicate the courses within the program that will satisfy the standard.Describe how they are applied and integrated though out the program. Computer sciences as minor subject Computational Physics Computer skills of students are improved. They learn to get information through elearning. Different programs are developed by students for a given problem statement.
11Standard 2.7: Oral and written communication skills of the student must be developed andapplied in the program. Indicate the courses within the program that will satisfy the standard.Describe how they are applied. Students prepare tests, assignments, quiz and presentations for each course.CRITERION 3: LABORATORIES AND COMPUTING FACILITIESIndicate for each lab the following:o Laboratory Titleo Location and areao Objectiveso Adequacy for Instructiono Courses taughto Software available ( if applicable)o Major Apparatuso Major Equipmentso Safety regulationsStandard 3.1: Manuals/documentation/instructions for experiments must be available andreadily accessible to faculty and students. Explain how students and faculty have adequate and timely access to themanuals/documentation and instructions. Benchmark with similar departments in reputable institutions to identify short comings inlaboratory. Students and faculty can get manuals for experiments from lab attendants.Standard 3.2: There must be adequate support personnel for instruction and maintaining thelaboratories: Indicate for each laboratory, support personnel, level of support, nature and extent ofinstructional support SatisfactoryStandard 3.3: The university computing infrastructure and facilities must be adequate tosupport program’s objectives: Describe how the computing facilities support the computing component of yourprogram.Benchmark with similar departments in reputable institutions to identify short comings incomputing infrastructure and facilities if any Students are facilitated by IT department’s computer lab. In parallel, they takeadvantage of student’s laptop scheme. Computing facilities are satisfactory.
12CRITERION 4: STUDENT SUPPORT AND ADVISINGStandard 4.1: Courses must be offered with sufficient frequency and number for students tocomplete the program in a timely manner: Provide the department’s strategy for course offerings.Explain how often required courses are offered.Explain how often elective courses are offered.Explain how required courses outside the department are managed to be offered insufficient number and frequency. BS (Hons.) Physics Program is divided in eight semesters. Compulsory and elective courses are offered in addition to Major Physics duringSemester I and IV. Courses relating basic fields of Physics are offered during Semester V and VIII. Courses outside the department are managed by consulting relevant department’scoordinator.Standard 4.2: Courses in the major area of study must be structured to ensure effectiveinteraction between students, faculty and teaching assistants: Describe how you achieve effective student/faculty interaction in courses taught by morethan one person such as two faculty members, a faculty member and a teaching assistant ora lecturer. Effective student/faculty interaction in courses is achieved through presentations, quizand seminars.Standard 4.3: Guidance on how to complete the program must be available to all students andaccess to academic advising must be available to make course decisions and career choices: Describe how students are informed about program requirements.Describe the advising system and indicate how its effectiveness is measured.Describe the student counseling system and how students get professional counseling whenneeded.Indicate if students have access to professional counseling; when necessary.Describe opportunities available for students to interact with practitioners and to havemembership in technical and professional societies. Students of BS, Sem. VII get professional counseling at department and have meetingwith carrier counseling department of the institution.CRITERION 5: PROCESS CONTROLStandard 5.1: The process by which students are admitted to the program must be based onquantitative and qualitative criteria and clearly documented. This process must be periodicallyevaluated to ensure that it is meeting its objectives: Describe the program admission criteria at the institutional level, faculty or department ifapplicable.Describe policy regarding program/credit transfer.Indicate how frequently the admission criteria are evaluated and if the evaluation resultsare used to improve the process. BS (Hons.) Physics Program is offered to those students who completed F.Sc. (PreEngg.) successfully. Admission criteria are on open merit and other quotas prescribedby HEC.
13Standard 5.2: The process by which students are registered in the program and monitoring ofstudents’ progress to ensure timely completion of the program must be documented. Thisprocess must be periodically evaluated to ensure that it is meeting its objectives: Describe how students are registered in the program.Describe how student’s academic progress is monitored and how their program of study isverified to adhere to the degree requirements.Indicate how frequently the process of registration and monitoring are evaluated and if theevaluation results are used to improve the process. Students are registered in the program as per university and HEC rules. Student’s academic progress is monitored through examination system.Standard 5.3: The process of recruiting and retaining highly qualified faculty members mustbe in place and clearly documented. Also processes and procedures for faculty evaluation,promotion must be consistent with institution mission statement. These processes must beperiodically evaluated to ensure that it is meeting its objectives: Describe the process used to ensure that highly qualified faculty is recruited to the program.Indicate methods used to retain excellent faculty members.Indicate how evaluation and promotion processes are in line with institution missionstatement.Indicate how frequently this process in evaluated and if the evaluation results are used toimprove the process. The process is as per HEC criteria.Standard 5.4: The process and procedures used to ensure that teaching and delivery of coursematerial to the students emphasizes active learning and that course learning outcomes are met.The process must be periodically evaluated to ensure that it is meeting its objectives: Describe the process and procedures used to ensure that teaching and delivery of coursematerial is effective and focus on students learning.Indicate how frequently this process is evaluated and if the evaluation results are used toimprove the process. Lectures are delivered according to prescribed credit hours of each course.Course material is also delivered through multimedia and e-learning. The coordinator for each academic year for BS program conducts the meetingper month with her relevant faculty member to ensure the improvement ofdelivery process. It is further evaluated by overall BS coordinator and head ofdepartment.Standard 5.5: The process that ensures that graduates have completed the requirements of theprogram must be based on standards, effective and clearly documented procedures. Thisprocess must be periodically evaluated to ensure that it is meeting its objectives. Describe the procedures used to ensure that graduated meet the program requirements.Describe when this procedure is evaluated and whether the results of this evaluation are usedto improve the process The completion of the program is documented through tests, assignments,quizzes, seminars and examinations, following the academic calendar.
14CRITERION 6: FACULTYStandard 6.1: There must be enough full time faculty who are committed to the program toprovide adequate coverage of the program areas/courses with continuity and stability. Theinterests and qualifications of all faculty members must be sufficient to teach all courses, plan,modify and update courses and curricula. All faculty members must
T A B L E O F C O N T E N T S Description Page No. Criterion 1: Program Mission, Objectives and Outcomes 4 Standard 1.1.1 4 Standard 1.1.2 (a&b) Standard 1.1.3 Standard 1.1.4 Standard 1.2 5 Standard 1.3 7 Standard 1.4 7 Criterion 2: Curriculum Design and Organization 10 Standard 2.1 11 Standard 2.2 11 Standard 2.3 12 Standard 2.4 12
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