Crucial induction Programme held at UGC Human Resource Development Centre
ALIGARH: The fourth Induction Programme for fresh recruited Assistant Professors of the Aligarh Muslim University concluded at the UGC Human Resource Development Centre.
Lt. Gen. Zameer Uddin Shah, Vice Chancellor told the participants that they were part of the AMU team on the basis of their merit. He urged them to play a key role in the development of the institution to new heights.
Brig. Syed Ahmad Ali, Pro-Vice Chancellor conducted a session on â€˜Team Building and Leadershipâ€™ and made a meticulously prepared presentation. He showed them how a leader could inspire his team to work for achieving the goals in an efficient manner.
Registrar Dr. Asfar Ali Khan conducted a session on â€˜Smart Classroomsâ€™ with hands-on training imparted by Prof. Abid Ali Khan, Mechanical Engineering. Prof. Javed Akhtar, Controller of Examinations made a presentation on the Examination System and Finance Officer Prof. S. M. Jawed Akhtar had an interaction on â€˜Project / Grant Fundingâ€™.
Prof. A. R. Kidwai, Director, UGC HRDC welcomed the guests and participants. He said that such induction programmes reflect the commitment of the University administration towards raising quality academics.
Prof. Tariq Mansoor, Principal, JNMC; Emeritus Professor Farhatullah Khan, Department of English; Prof. M U Rabbani, Department of Medicine; Prof. Afzal Anees, Department of Surgery; Prof. Shahid Siddiqui, Department of Radiotherapy; Prof. Tamkin Khan, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology; Prof. Parvaiz Talib, Department of MBA; Prof. Asmer Beg, Department of Political Science; Prof. Sajid Jamal, Department of Education, AMU; and Mr. Nihaluddin Siddiqui, formerly OSD, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi were resource persons.
Prof. Fasih Ahmad Siddiqui and Prof. Tamkin Khan gave away certificates to the participants. Speaking on behalf of the participants, Dr. Jameel Ahmad, Department of Community Medicine and Dr. Naseema P, AMU Malappuram Centre said that the course content was very relevant and delivery of resource persons was effective.
Dr. Faiza Abbasi, Assistant Professor, UGC HRDC said that 50 participants from the Faculties of Medicine and Unani Medicine; and the AMU Centre, Malappuram attended the induction programme.