About Outcome Based Pedagogic Principles For Effective Teaching Engineering(Phase -1)

Education is a light that shows mankind the right direction. The traditional “chalk and talk” method of teaching is revolutionized with modern, innovative teaching methods. The programme will facilitate the attendees to get engaged and improve their teaching skills to meet the ever changing dynamics in the academic world. The programme intends to instill skills within the faculty members, which will foster independent thinking and creativity through experimental/pedagogical activities. The FDP also aims to build up the quality of course delivery of participants through pedagogical enhancements to create interest and motivation among students.

Today the profession of management teaching has become quite thought- provoking. Engineering teachers are anticipated to be both effective teachers and researchers. Being an educator is not just about sharing knowledge; it is about making sure that learners accurately assimilate this knowledge and develop learning out of it. Any training that does not result in effective learning is inadequate. Hence, to be an effective teacher, one needs to be able to deliver the field knowledge using the most suitable pedagogical tools. An effective teacher is also required to remain at the frontlines of knowledge in his/her areas of subject expertise and gain working knowledge of other domains of engineering as well. For this, every teacher needs to continuously upgrade himself/herself by engaging in research. This Faculty Development Programme (FDP) is aimed at sharpening the teaching and research skills of potential, new and seasoned management teachers, researchers and trainers.

Phase II :: From 17th March,2021 to 23rd March,2021
Phase III :: From 5th May,2021 to 12th May,2021

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