The Faculty Development Program organizes and conducts offerings aimed at engaging management faculty in focused conversations in areas of expertise such as innovative teaching methods, case study method, basic research tools and contemporary research topic exploration. The MFDP office provides consultations to various organisations, colleges and committees. This program offers opportunities for professional development in teaching and plays a key role in strengthening new teaching and learning initiatives that impact student success.
|1.||Innovative Teaching Methods||Prof. Mahesh Soni||November 2 2012|
|2.||Case Teaching Methods||Dr (Prof.) Hersh Sharma||December 8 2012|
|3.||Basic Research Tools||Dr (Prof.) Vaibhav Lowalekar||January 12 2013|
|4.||Contemporary Research Topic Exploration||Dr (Prof.) Amarjeet Singh Khalsa||February 16 2013|
What faculty’s say :
“The Faculty Development Program is invaluable and its is highly desired that a faculty also goes through frequent sessions to improve their teaching skills. College’s reputation benefits when faculty have an opportunity to learn skills and techniques that improve their scholarly work. Faculty also benefits from having the opportunity to engage with colleagues from other departments.”
Innovative Teaching Methods : November 2 2012
Prof Mahesh Soni, Chairman -Corporate Communication IPER, conducted the workshop on Innovative teaching methods. The workshop activities were about the concept and importance and the effectiveness of problem-based learning. Prof. Soni highlighted the need for innovative teaching methods and its incorporation in the present day scenario, and using it as a handy tool for increasing the employability skills among students.
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