Role of Curriculum

The curriculum is a tool used by teachers, administrators and various law authorities for the welfare of students in schools / colleges and universities. And they all have different important functions in the development and implementation of this device.
On Administrators
They administer the implementation of the program of study, select and recruit new teachers, allow students, purchase equipment and materials needed for effective learning.
·         In a curriculum, administrators can offer a dynamic education program for current and future students.
·         It ensures that the college curriculum committee invests its meetings and follows the institutional rules of the curriculum change.
·         They also plan the improvement of institutional facilities. They have the privilege of leading the institution, but at the same time leading it.
·         Make sure that the support within the university is obtained for proposals.
·         Schools, colleges and universities have acquired students with a variety of qualified curriculum, competitive and competent courses.
On teachers
The teacher forms the core of the curriculum and refers to the large size of the actual learning experiences that go to the classroom and the playground. A teacher can measure whether an activity fits in a certain time frame and attracts students. All teachers should have the opportunity to provide input during the production phase. Although input teachers ensure that they get product ownership and have more confidence that the curriculum is created with their concerns and the needs of their students in mind.
·         A curriculum offers teachers ideas and strategies for assessing the progress of students.
·         The student must meet some academic requirements to move to the next level.
·         A teacher is a curriculum producer. She wrote the curriculum daily through a lesson plan, a plan of unity or an annual plan.
·         The teacher focuses on students' goals, needs and interests by creating experiences where students can learn.
·         Lectures are designed, developed and encouraged in the curriculum of student characteristics.
·         Teachers are part of a textbook committee, teacher selection panels, school evaluation committees or textbooks themselves.
·         Teachers are architects of the school curriculum
·         Teachers shared their experiences with colleagues and asked for feedback on their performance.
·         Without the guidance of a curriculum, teachers cannot be sure they have delivered the required knowledge or opportunity for student success at the next level, if that level is related to high school, university or career.
On Students
Students are the clients with whom the curriculum has been developed; these are the most affected people by the curriculum. That is why it is necessary to actively involve them in the development and implementation.
·         A curriculum gives students a good understanding of what needs to be done to obtain a diploma.
·         Without this knowledge, students are lost in a confusion of academic courses that seem endless.
·         They will not have the certainty that they will take the right courses for a degree or degree.
·         A curriculum promotes a sense of structure and structure in the pursuit of academic success.
On Union Government
It has an advisory role. There are bodies such as National Bodies that help develop the necessary guidelines for curriculum development, teaching and evaluation materials, textbooks, etc.