Project work is an integral part of internal evaluation having weightage in the final evaluation of student achievement. During their course, students are given projects and assignments with credits to complement each subject evaluated.
Students learn working independently, and apply their knowledge practically by connecting theory to the real-world. They learn how to process information: collection, collation, classification, analysis, and dissemination. Such work also fosters self-learning and creativity, reducing the need for spoon feeding and rote memory.