IIM Shillong organises a five-day sponsored residential programme for faculty members of higher education institutions in North East from May 8 to 12.
Magdhi Diksha | May 8, 2023 | 08:12 PM IST
NEW DELHI: Indian Institute of Management Shillong (IIMS) will be holding a five-day sponsored residential Faculty Development Programme (FDP) on general management and research methodology from today at Umsawli campus. The Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Centre for Policy and Research of IIMS has organised the FDP for faculty members of higher education institutions in the North Eastern Region (NER). The programme will be held from May 8 to May 12.
According to the official statement, the FDP will aim to train the trainers by providing them with the skills required to teach and disseminate knowledge which will contribute to the growth of the North East region and the country.
While speaking about the event, IIM SHillong director DP Goyal said: “As a faculty member, one must have two responsibilities: to be a good teacher and to be a good researcher. The responsibility of a teacher (is) to cater to the learning needs of all students, including slow learners, and the importance of evaluating oneself to create a fair and transparent evaluation process for students.”
As per the official notification, individuals participating in FDP will learn how to design a curriculum and make a pedagogy of teaching.
Overall 30 faculties from numerous institutions like IIMC, Aizawl, Tripura Institute of Paramedical Science, Manipur University of Culture, Cotton University, Guwahati, Centre for Community Medicine, AIIMS Delhi, NEHU, Assam University will participate in the FDP.
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