TheÂ Campus has been practicing Problem Base Learning (PBL)that includes identification of problems by students and seekingÂ support from teachers and the texts to solve them. This approach is, however, still limited toÂ the prescribed syllabus and text books. There is therefore ample scope for developingÂ curriculum strategy to bring consistently in teaching and learning in line with learningÂ objectives. Academic flexibility needs to be strengthened by introducing various programs which areÂ relevant to local and regional needs. Provisos need to be made to inculcate practical skills andÂ core competences among the students to improve their overall personalities to compete in theÂ job market. There is also scope for making flexible class room schedule to accommodate theÂ needs of the students in jobs. Feedback on the curriculum may be collected more effectively from different stakeholdersÂ namely academic peers/students, industrialists and business people to enhance the qualityÂ and relevance of curriculum to suit the local contexts. The concept and the ideas of some good practices like interrelating the teaching learning withÂ the community work like the health science program could be extended to other study areasÂ as well.