In its endeavor to make its contribution towards the promotion of excellenceand quality teaching, Indian Institute of Management Raipur is organizing six days Faculty Development Program for Faculty members under Technical Education Quality Improvement Program (TEQIP) II at VW Canyon during March 23-28, 2015.
This is the sixth program institute is organizing during 2014-2015. This is being conducted under the aegis of Ministry of Human Resources and Development (MHRD), Government of India, which has initiated the second phase of TEQIP for faculty members of higher educational institutes. IIM Raipur has been entrusted by the MHRD with the objectives of highlighting the importance of world class technical education, identifying the gaps and lacunae in the present system, processes and infrastructure and evolving the benchmarks for the delivery of education and resources management.
The series of six programs is an outcome of learning of two-day conclave organized by Indian Institute of Management Raipur in May 2014.
This 6th Faculty Development Program from March 23-28, 2015 will be attended by 29 participants comprising of Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor from engineering colleges across the states of Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra, Gujrat, Haryana, Punjab, Arunanchal Pradesh, and Tamil Nadu. Prof. Parikshit Charan and Prof. Anagha Shukre are the Programme Director(s) for the 6th FDP and Prof. Sanjeev Prashar is the the TEQIP-II Coordinator.
This Faculty Development Program is centeredon various themes, namely Achieving Academic Excellence, Adapting to fast changing needs, ‘Vision, Mission and Strategic Reconcillation of the Academic Institutes’, Participant Centered Learning, Chainging Roles of Professors in Higher Education, Assesing Self Strength and weakness,Teaching Learning Process, Publishing in top class journals,Learning,Understanding Institutional Needs & Communication, Preparing for accreditation and Washington accord, Managing People and other Resources,Industry Networking and Career Options for Students.
More programs for faculty members, heads of institutions and administrative officials of the engineering colleges are upcoming under this initiative.