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cur·ric·u·lum

 (kə-rĭk′yə-ləm)
n. pl. cur·ric·u·la (-lə) or cur·ric·u·lums
1. All the courses of study offered by an educational institution.
2. A group of related courses, often in a special field of study: the engineering curriculum.

[Latin, course, from currere, to run; see current.]

cur·ric′u·lar (-lər) adj.

curricular

Included in a particular curriculum.
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Adj.1.curricular - of or relating to an academic course of study
Translations

curricular

adj activitieslehrplanmäßig
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While appreciating the Parents that they are encouraging their children's to participate in summer festival and has set a good habit and trend to facilitate them for their further capacity building and skills at all level with the curricular activities.
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Speaking, on the occasion, the Director Students Affairs said that the co-curricular activities were integral part of the curricular programme and these activities play role in polishing the skills of university students.
Director Comsats Dr Arshad Pervez briefed the DIG about curricular and extra-curricular activities of the university.
The meeting discussed class timetables, in-time submission of earlier semester results by faculty, provision ofthe course outlines to students by teachers, strict adherence to at least 75 per cent classroom attendance by students, availability of all infrastructural amenities and other curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities calendar.
Although, the school environment is primarily shaped by the academic activities, however, co- curricular activities are also conceptualized as an important aspect of school life (Davalos, Chavez, and Guardiola, 1999).
Mirpur IIUI gala was held with the reiteration of the resolve for the dispensation of quality education to the offspring under the spirit to produce quality future architects of the nation through the requisite curricular and co-curricular activities.
He noted that a multi-disciplinary and multi-perspective approach to learning was used that draws content from various subjects from the social sciences and humanities curricular to sensitise learners on civics.
Sobel test of mediation showed that attendance partially mediated the association of involvement in co- curricular or non-classroom activities with exam performance.
On the occasion Pro-Vice Chancellor Professor Dr Mirza Jan termed the co-curricular activities part of the curricular activities and claimed that co-curricular activities create the sense of competition among the students.
The potential impediments to curricular change were fear of the unknown, fixed mindset, faculty resistance due to age and competing agendas.
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