Teachers Training Workshop TEQIP-III-RTU (ATU) Attended by the Faculty Members

Teachers Training Workshop TEQIP-III-RTU (ATU) Attended by the Faculty Members

The faculty members of the Regional College for Education & Research Technology (RCERT) recently attended a one-day Teachers Training Workshop sponsored by TEQIP-III RTU (ATU) on 8th February 2020. The Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme (TEQIP) aims at enhancing the impact of ongoing efforts of the Government of India initiatives for improving the existing level of technical education so that the institutions delivering technical education can be more dynamic, forward-looking, efficient, demand-driven and quality conscious. Moreover, the program also aims at making the educational programs responsive to the rapidly occurring technological as well as economic changes at the domestic and global level. 


 

The Workshop was addressed by many dignitaries who made the event all the more engaging. The warm welcome speech given by Sh. S.P. Goyal initiated the workshop. Thereafter, detailed discussions were made on RTU (ATU) TEQIP-III, Project & Workshop by Prof. Dhirendra Mathur. The Guest of Honour for the Workshop Prof M. Raisinghani and Sh. Anil Agarwal also shared their views on the scenario of technical education in low-income states. Keynote speaker Sh. Rajul Agarwal also expressed his thoughts on the topic and the faculty members benefitted from all such discussions, presentations, and Group Activity.

 

Two faculty members from each faculty along with Dr. Pramod Sharma (Principal, RCERT) participated in the workshop as follows:

 

  • Computer Science & Engineering/ Information Technology: Poornima Kasana and Arju Bano
  • Electronics & Communication Engineering: Yogender Katiyar and Vandana Pareek
  • Electrical Engineering: Jai Kumar Saini and Aman Poonia
  • Mechanical Engineering: Kushalveer Singh and Sonu Singhal
  • Civil Engineering: Manvender Singh and Karishma Shukla 
  • 1st Year: Dinesh Sharma and Manisha Kumari​
 

At the end of the workshop, all the faculty members were awarded the Certificate of Participation. At Regional College, we believe that such training workshops and seminars should be conducted regularly so that the knowledge of faculty members can be updated according to the latest trends and technology as the students are benefited from such improved knowledge. In addition to this, the training programs also boost and enhance the skills that are necessary for imparting quality technical education to the students. 

 

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