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CUTM Takes Up FDP


CUTM Vice Chancellor Supriya Pattanayak opined that the educators in colleges and universities should also undergo training on teaching methods just like those at the school level.

 
She inaugurated a two-day Faculty Development Program (FDP) on the topic “Enhancing Teaching Skills Using Micro Teaching Method” was held at the Bhubaneswar Campus of the Centurion University of Technology & Management (CUTM) recently.
 
The FDP, which had been designed keeping in mind the relevant guidelines of University Grants Commission, had discussion and experience sharing sessions on the challenges today’s educators and learners face, skills required to face these challenges, and use of technology in the teaching-learning process.
 
During the program, the educators had hands-on practice of modern teaching skills in small sessions, called Micro Teaching sessions. The educators also learnt how to develop and use simulations and other modern pedagogy tools to make the learning experience for the students more engaging and effective.
 
Corporate Executive and 73 Educators from 25 Educational Institutions of Odisha, West Bengal and Jharkhand participated in the two-day program.
 
The Coordinator and main resource person of the program Bijay Bhujabal of School of Management explained how the Centurion University has pioneered a number of innovations in teaching learning process including skill integration.
 


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