Vice-Chancellor of University of Kashmir Prof Talat Ahmad mentioned on Friday that younger instructors have to align by themselves to the switching paradigms of education to continue to be appropriate over and above school rooms.
Addressing as main guest the valedictory purpose of a two-7 days interdisciplinary refresher system in Details Technology, organised by the UGC-HRDC, Prof Talat mentioned the National Education Policy-2020 provides an prospect to instructors to attune by themselves to the new interdisciplinary technique to instructing and investigation.
“These college development courses are no doubt demanded for promotion of academics but these are really practical in enabling them to improve their expertise and understand something far more than what they have by now acquired about their regions of specialisation,” he reported, urging teachers to continue performing analysis along with updating their expertise and instructing-understanding skills.
“This pandemic, while it has induced a lot of disruptions, has opened up new avenues to see how very best instruction can be presented and how high-quality investigation can be executed in a blended (on the internet-offline) method,” the VC said.
“While having advantage of all technological enhancements, academics have to constantly go on making use of their personal intellect mainly because the super-computer, the tremendous-head finally is our individual intellect and absolutely nothing can switch it. Technological innovation can only make matters easier for us,” he explained.
Dean of Tutorial Affairs Prof Shabir A Bhat, who was a guest of honour, explained younger academics these days have to be well prepared to share their understanding, their knowledge and their understanding with their counterparts across the planet.
“A key problem for lecturers right now is how they can teach the potential generation and see how enriched they come to be in their assumed approach, how they realize the interdisciplinary approach to education and learning and how they link their feelings and concepts to other spots so that the teaching-understanding turns into extra applicable,” he claimed.
Prof Musthaq Darzi, Director UGC-HRDC claimed the Centre is fully commited to improve information and techniques of faculty and university teachers from all in excess of the nation, along with providing them an outstanding environment to talk about challenges of modern relevance in academia.
Coordinator UGC-HRDC Dr Geer Mohammad Ishaq explained the Covid-19 pandemic has forced lecturers to investigate different modes of high-quality schooling.
“The NEP 2020 consequently recognises leveraging benefits of technologies when understanding its possible risks to assure optimization of electronic platforms and ICT-centered teaching-finding out equipment,” he mentioned.
Study course Coordinator Dr Javed Iqbal mentioned 80 academics from schools and universities from within and exterior J&K UT participated in the refresher program and the topics lined provided, among the other individuals, Bitcoins and Blockchain Technological innovation, World wide web of Issues, Cloud Computing, Synthetic Intelligence, Facts Mining and its Programs, Innovation Incubation and Entrepreneurship in gentle of NISP 2019.
In their comments about the refresher program, several members like Dr Riyaz A Qureshi from College of Kashmir, Dr Ginny Anthony from Central University of Kerala, Dr Shah Lateef from Government Diploma College Pampore and Dr Viqar Nissa appreciated the subjects and specialists picked for the refresher study course.