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Two short term courses conclude at UGC HRDC

Two short term courses conclude at UGC HRDC

Two short term courses conclude at UGC HRDC, AMU
Aligarh, August 18: ‘Training of trainers is important for quality in higher education’ said Professor NAK Durrani, Dean, Faculty of Social Science, Aligarh Muslim University. He was addressing the concluding ceremony of the Short term courses on stress management and Academic writing at the UGC Human Resource Development Centre, AMU as Chief guest.
Professor Durrani, while distributing the certificates pointed out that teachers, who are considered as the ultimate trainers, should acquire proper training as overall progress in an academic field depend upon their capacity and temperament.
Professor AR Kidwai, Director, UGC HRDC informed the participants that through such courses training is imparted by way of presenting resource persons as role models. He said that eminent resource persons from AMU, JMI and MD University, Rohtak had engaged sessions during these courses.
Dr Faiza Abbasi, Asst. Professor, UGC HRDC introduced the guests and conducted the programme. She said that the objective of the short term courses is to equip the academic community with requisite skills for better teaching and research at the University level.
Professor Akbar Hussain, Department of Psychology, AMU and coordinator of STC Stress Management Course as well as Professor Asim Siddiqui, Department of English, AMU and the coordinator of STC Academic Writing Course facilitated the certificate distribution.
Dr Irfanullah Khan, Asst. Professor, Department of Sociology and Ms. Shehnoor Shan, Research Scholar, Department of English, while presenting feedback opinion, said that the courses were delivered effectively and hoped for the further organization of such programs.
Around 100 Faculty members and research scholars from the various departments of AMU had enrolled for these one week long courses.

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