Venue : DJB Auditorium
Time : 9 AM to 12. 30 PM
CLDT in association with IQAC organised a Faculty Enrichment Programme 2022 on 24th Sep 2022, Saturday. The topic of the main session was “Curriculum Designing based on the National Educational Policy 2022, speaker was Professor K Ramachandran. He explained the NEP 2020 and its focus on building application-based skills in the youth of today. He explained the four major guidelines behind the National Educational Policy. The first guideline of NEP is to identify the unique capability of the student and bring about holistic development. This means that the human capacity needs to be developed in all domains: intellectual, aesthetic, physical, ethical, moral and social. To accomplish this, there needs to be multidisciplinary level of study that is done regularly in colleges. This is the second guideline – ensuring flexibility in the college curriculum. By breaking down the rigid barrios between sections of study and integrating the different fields of science, humanities and commerce, the holistic growth of the student is greater. Concepts of morality and value- based living should be included within the curriculum and it should also have community service programmes. If social responsibility is not taught at the educational level, then the students grow into adults who have no value for the world they live in.
Session for Commerce, Humanities and Management Studies
A session on Content Development for Effective Learning Engagement was held for Faculty Members from Commerce, Humanities and Management Studies on leading speaker for the session, Mr Pratapaditya Chakravarty, Global Director of Talent Development of HCL State Street Services in Bengaluru. He discussed about the different models of learning. One such was the ARCS model of motivation developed by John Keller which is based upon the idea that there are four key elements in the learning process which can encourage and sustain learners’ motivation. He also mentioned Robert Gagne’s model of instructional design, an information processing model of the mental events that occur when adults are presented with various stimuli. It focuses on learning outcomes and how to arrange specific instructional events to achieve those outcomes.
Session for Science
A session on “Out – come based education” was held for faculty members from Science by Dr. Regina L Suganthi, Dean of PG Science, Mount Carmel College, Autonomous. She discussed about the POs, PSOs, and COs and Blooms taxonomy. It was helpful to frame the PSOs for the departments. There will be a follow up session for the same.