Academic professionalism increase in university teachers

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08 Jun, 19 08:49
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Academic professionalism increase in university teachers

 Two days workshop on Educational Professionals among the teachers of the University under Maharana Pratap Agriculture and Technology University, Udaipur; Under the Higher Agricultural Education Project, a step towards new professionalism, organized in the College of Technology and Engineering.. In this workshop, two technical sessions on the first day and a technical session e held on the second day.

The chief guest of the workshop, Dr. N. s. Rathore, Deputy Director General (Agriculture Education), Indian Agricultural Research Center, New Delhi, explained the importance and importance of coordinating its quality, research priorities, technical transfer and coordination with various institutions in the promotion of professionalism in agricultural education. He told the importance of digital information and communication technology in the 21st century. He said that for professionalism, there should be a skill in a teacher, skill of teaching, examination, ability to work on time, transparency, functional skills, full knowledge and giving that knowledge to the students. Every person should know his purpose.

Dr. S.S. Chahal, former Vice-Chancellor, Maharana Pratap Agriculture and Technology University, Udaipur, in his remarks, saw the adoption of a new approach to achieve agricultural professionalism through education, research and dissemination and in view of the emerging demand of today, education, research in agriculture and Highlight the need for spread.

Dr. S. L. Mehta, former Vice Chancellor, Maharana Pratap Agriculture and Technology University, Udaipur highlighted the qualities and skills of teachers for higher international opportunities and good professionalism. He said that 90 percent of any University's advancement depends on faculty members and their own exhibition. The teacher should always motivate his students. Encourage the habit of reading them and admire the work achievements and efforts. This will inspire them to move forward.

Dr. N. C. Patel, Vice Chancellor, Anand Agricultural University, Anand (Gujarat) emphasized the need for professionalism of agricultural universities in the changing dimension of local need. He said that from time to time the authorities should make such decisions which are in the interest of the institution. Agricultural universities should take the initiative to prepare the skill and innovation capacities for entrepreneurship, which is a high-quality agricultural graduate. This will also solve the problem of unemployment in the country.

Dr. J. P. Sharma, Vice Chancellor, Maharana Pratap Agriculture and Technology University, Udaipur said in his autobiography that professionalism is very old practice. It's just your attitude. It has two views - universal and approximate. Commitment and competence for professionalism is very important and teachers should stay away from egoism. Integrated and dedicated efforts will be required for the beneficial educational professionalism in agriculture.

Welcoming the guests, Dr. Ajay Kumar Sharma, Professor, Engineering and Technology College and Coordinator, Institutional Development Plan, said that this workshop will give a new direction to the teachers of the university, because here today, two former Vice Chancellors and two current Vice Chancellors And distinguished personalities like Deputy Director of Indian Agriculture Research Center, New Delhi are present. Yes

Two training manuals were also released on this occasion. Dr. Shanti Kumar Sharma, Regional Research Director, conducted the program and at the end of the program Dr. Lokesh Gupta, in-charge of training and Nodal Officer, Indian Agricultural Research Center, New Delhi, thanked all the guests.

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