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JAMMU: UGC Human Resource Development Center, University of Jammu started the 40th General Orientation Course for University/College Teachers.
The programme was organized in the Department of Home Science, University of Jammu which was inaugurated by the Dean Research Studies, Prof Jigar Mohammad and Registrar University of Jammu, Dr Minakshi Killam.
University and College Teachers from Shimla (Himachal Pardesh), Hooghly (West Bengal), Leh, Kulgam, Udhampur, Bhadarwah, Kishtwar, Thathri, Kathua, Jammu and many other places are participating in this four week orientation programme. While speaking on the occasion, Prof Jigar Mohammad appreciated the efforts of HRD Centre for organizing this programme which will help in making the teachers skill oriented and sharpen their skills. He said that Jammu University is an A+ University and has been striving to make research based studies as the focus of its forward strides.
Dr Minakshi Kilam interacted with the participants and invited them to make the best possible use of the opportunity for achieving excellence in their respective areas and to take the message forward amongst their students. She said that teachers need to have administrative qualities besides good teaching qualities to motivate their students for bringing change in the society.
Prof J.P Singh Joorel, Director, Human Resource Center, University of Jammu welcomed the participants and spoke about the guidelines of the programme and dwelt at length about the basic features of the programme and urged the participants to make best possible use of the opportunity offered by the University and the HRD Centre.
Prof Rajni Dhingra, former Dean, Sciences, University of Jammu spoke about the home science subject and shared her experiences about the qualities, a teacher should possess.
Prof Shashi Manhas, HoD Home Science and Course Coordinator, while welcoming the guests and the participants in the Department of Home Science, where the programme is being held, dwelt at length about the subject of home science and the activities of the department and said that the teachers need to have knowledge of linkage between society, environment, development and education to achieve larger context of education.
Dr Ranjeet Kalra, Assistant Director presented vote of thanks.
Others present in the programme included Dr Sarika Manhas, Course Co -Cordinator, Dr Smridhi Arora and Dr Nirojini Bhan from the Department of Home Science.
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