Online faculty induction programme ends at GNDU, Amritsar

Online faculty induction programme ends at GNDU, Amritsar

Prof Manoj Kumar, Controller of Examinations, Guru Nanak Dev University (GNDU), on Tuesday advised the young faculty participating in an induction workshop to continue learning process and encourage creativity. - File photo

Amritsar, August 31

Prof Manoj Kumar, Controller of Examinations, Guru Nanak Dev University (GNDU), on Tuesday advised the young faculty participating in an induction workshop to continue learning process and encourage creativity.

Addressing the culmination ceremony of the month-long faculty induction programme of GNDU, Prof Kumar said, “Teaching is a very noble profession and teachers must be very careful in their conduct since they are nurturing young impressionable minds who eventually shape up a country’s future.”

The programme concluded at the UGC-Human Resource Development Centre of Guru Nanak Dev University. As many as 36 teachers participated in the programme, apprising themselves of the latest advancements in teaching.

The Director, HRDC, Professor Sudha, said HRDC-GNDU was working hard to conduct various training programmes for teachers and research scholars. The course had several eminent speakers, including Prof Ved Prakash, former Chairman UGC, Padma Shri Prof GD Yadav, former vice-chancellor, ICT, Mumbai, Prof SK Mehta, vice-chancellor, University of Ladakh, Prof Umesh Kulshrestha, Dean, School of Environment Sciences, JNU, Prof Brijesh Dubey, IIT-Kharagpur, Prof RK Pradhan, IIT-Kharagpur, and many others, besides GNDU faculty.

Applications are invited for various faculty induction programme 06, refresher course in Liberal Arts, Basic & Applied Sciences and short-term courses as approved by the UGC. — TNS

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