Faculty Development Programme

Faculty development programs (FDPs) are proven successful in improving teaching skills in higher education. FDP produces a positive effect on students' academic achievement as well as the different methods to assess FDP effectiveness. FDP presents its ideal structure and features that make FDP effective and outlined the barriers to its successful implementation as well as the future vision. FDPs produce promising outcomes in the learning and teaching practices and recommend that teachers in higher education should attend FDP training activities on regular basis and that the scope of plan FDPs should extend beyond the discipline of the profession, to include social skills necessary for collaboration, professional growth as well as management, and leadership abilities. The Continue employment and advancement of faculty members depends upon growth in teaching practices; thus, there is a need for faculty across all disciplines to understand best instructional practices and the strategies that develop effective teaching behaviors and skills.
The Program aims at enhancing the academic and intellectual environment in the Institutions by providing faculty members with enough opportunities to pursue research and also to participate in seminars/conferences/workshops. Participation in such programme would enable faculty members to update their research and pedagogical skills. The programs focus on enhancing functional area expertise improving one's classroom delivery both as a teacher and trainer enhancing abilities for conducting meaningful research. It is going to be a pioneering conference to bring together all renowned experts from the discipline of education. It is an initiative in the process of emerging needs of school education and services. This initiative shall be of great benefit for Schools Principals, Counselors, Senior Faculties & educationalists to participate and exchange valuable thoughts in the process of evolving effective strategies toward child development and meeting the global standards of school education.

Faculty Development Programme 2022