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At Prime College, the way a student learns, is different from any other school or college. Stronger emphasis is placed on conceptual learning and application oriented rather than content transfer. They fair very well in answering logical reasoning questions with their command over the language. Students are encouraged to read widely, (Library is kept open throughout the working hours and leisure time) to question and analyse what they have read, and to discuss openly their own ideas in seminars and tutorials. The main teaching and assessment methods in our campus are:

  • Lectures
  • Laboratory practicals
  • Seminars and tutorials
  • Problem based learning
  • Continuous assessment
  • Examinations
  • Internet based learning
  • Library service
  • Projects
  • Field trips


Introducing students to college life requires presenting as full a view as possible of all that college has to offer. During orientation, students are made aware of opportunities to be socially integrated into the college culture. If students do not become socially integrated within the first few weeks of their arrival, they are less likely to stay at that institution. The students are taken through an Orientation programme at the beginning of the academic year by the principal and the teachers where the students are briefed of the expectation of the teachers, the evaluation patterns, examination systems, the facilities available and all the academic requirements.


We believe that continuous assessment and evaluation of the students is essential for achieving the objective of quality education. Assessment of students for each subject is done by internal continuous assessment and end semester examinations. Internal assessment is conducted throughout the semester. It is based on internal examinations, assignments (such as home work, problem solving, group discussions, quiz, literature survey, seminar, term-project, software exercises, etc.) as decided by the faculty handling the course, and other measures like regularity in the class .


The College has dedicated Class Committees.The class committee consists of the Head of Department, Staff Advisor of the class, a senior faculty member of the department, a faculty member from another department, and three student representatives. The responsibilities of the class committee are:

  • to review periodically the progress and conduct of students in the class.
  • to discuss any problems concerning any subjects in the concerned semester.
  • to identify weaker students of the class and suggest remedial measures.
  • to review teaching effectiveness and coverage of syllabus.
  • to discuss any other issue related to the students of the class.


In order to look into the grievances of the students the college has setup a dedicated grievance cell consisting of four faculty members from each department. Our highly trained staff, many with specialist skills help with the enquiries and grievances of the students in a very friendly and efficient manner.


An anti-ragging committee has been constituted with the aim of taking effective steps as specified by the Honorable Supreme Court of India, AICTE, DTE, University of Calicut and Government of Kerala to prevent ragging. Ragging in all its form is banned as it is treated as a cognizable offence. Strict disciplinary action will be taken against those who found ragging the student mentally or physically.


Each class is allocated a class tutor, who will be an academic member of staff from within their department. Students can speak to their class tutors their problems, either personal or academic and tutors will offer advice and support. Class tutors who act as class advisors also monitor students attendance and work, so that they can address any problems quickly.