BY | June 4, 2013

ALIGARH: The Subject Refresher Course in Environmental Studies and Special Summer School in Computer Applications were successfully completed at the UGC Academic Staff College, Aligarh Muslim University.

More than 100 University/ College lecturers had enrolled for these three weeks courses. Participants from states had come to Aligarh to pursue these courses. During their stay, they attended the regular sessions on the subjects. They also took part in Home Visits to AMU Faculty Members, state cultural evenings and Sham-e-Ghazal.

Speaking at the Valedictory Function Professor Fasih Ahmad Siddiqui, Ex. Chairman Dept. of Chemistry, AMU said that Aligarh Muslim University is proud of reaching out to the teachers from all over India. He said that the Academic Staff College is doing commendable work in taking the University to higher standards. Professor A R Kidwai, Director, UGC Academic Staff College, AMU congratulated the participants on succeeding in learning new techniques of pedagogy and brushing up their knowledge of subject. He said that these courses are not only good for classroom learning but provide an excellent opportunity for interaction with each other.

Course coordinator of the SRC Environmental Studies Dr. Arshad Hussain, Associate Professor, Dept. of Civil Engineering, and Co-coordinator of Special Summer School in Computer Applications Dr. Reshma Jamal, ASC faculty facilitated the certificate distribution to all participants. The Computer Applications Course was coordinated by Dr. Suhel Mustajab, Chairman, Dept. of Computer Science, AMU. Feedback opinion was taken from Mr. Abhishek Chris, and Mr. Anshul Gupta, Mumbai and Dr. Sajid Ali Qadri, Shivpuri who found the course delivery very effective and recounted their experiences. The programme was conducted by ASC Faculty Dr. Faiza Abbasi.

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