February 27, 2021

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2-7 days refresher course in social sciences begins at KU

 

A two-week refresher system in social sciences started out at the College of Kashmir on Saturday.

Vice-Chancellor Prof Talat Ahmad inaugurated the on line class, organised by the varsity’s UGC-HRDC, for higher education and college lecturers from inside of and exterior the J&K UT.

In his presidential address, Prof Talat claimed that social researchers were being greater communicators to disseminate the criticality of training and research in the modern society.

He claimed the flagship Nationwide Training Policy-2020 lays emphasis on interdisciplinary schooling and analysis and this calls on teachers to “know a little something about everything” to be capable to reply thoughts posed by today’s know-how-driven college students in the school rooms about their have topics and about other subjects as well.

Prof Talat explained it was time for amalgamation of sciences and social sciences for superior methods and result on societal and environmental difficulties.

“In view of Covid-19 pandemic, social experts have a far better function to play to motivate people to know each and every other better and socialise far more given the isolation, quarantining, trauma and strain they experienced to go through,” he stated, congratulating the UGC-HRDC for organising the refresher class and deciding on prime-notch specialists from distinct components of the country as direct speakers.

Prof Talat also urged lecturers to be form to college students and stimulate critical contemplating in classrooms.

“Being rude to students will scare them absent from schooling and inquisitiveness,” he reported.

KU Registrar Dr Nisar Ahmad Mir, who was a guest of honour, claimed that instructors have not been interacting significantly or accessing libraries ever considering the fact that the Covid-19 began and this has necessitated keeping these on the web refresher programs.

He mentioned the college is fully commited to augmenting amenities at the UGC-HRDC further more in accordance with the NEP-2020 targets and difficulties posed by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Prof Bashir A Khan, Dean of Social Sciences at KU, who was a visitor of honour, claimed it has been the university’s constant endeavour to see that our instructors really don’t lag at the rear of in their pursuit for expertise and analysis.

Director UGC-HRDC Prof Shabir Ahmad Bhat stated all parts related to social sciences were being important because these aid generate better institutions and programs that issue people’s each day lives.

He said the NEP-2020 aims to supply good quality instruction and the obligation of social sciences school is pretty big in accomplishing the goals of this national flagship programme.

“The NEP 2020 is an chance for modern day universities to see how they can act as co-producers of expertise and produce partnerships with other institutions of learning,” he claimed, asserting that UGC-HRDC will continue to perform with greater zeal to aid teachers remain updated with newer traits and troubles in their fields of examine and investigation.

Prof Pamela Singla from Delhi University’s Division of Social Perform, who was a guest of honour and direct useful resource person for Saturday’s session, said the refresher system was an prospect for the contributors to master new points which will benefit the learners inevitably.

She congratulated the UGC-HRDC for scheduling the refresher study course meticulously.

“This refresher system has been built to satisfy the prerequisites of NEP-2020 which phone calls for an interdisciplinary technique to education and investigate,” she claimed.

Coordinator UGC-HRD Dr Geer Mohammad Ishaq mentioned the refresher class has been designed in see of the emerging worth of social sciences and the fact that Covid-19 pandemic has experienced a huge influence on the social life of persons.

Dr Sumeer Gul, Training course Coordinator, elaborated on the panel of professionals for the forthcoming periods of the refresher class.

Dr Geer Mohammad Ishaq later introduced a formal vote of thanks.