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AICTE Sponsored Professional Development Program for Non- teaching staff begins at MRSPTU

Punjab Tribune Bureau | June 10, 2022 10:52 PM

Practical knowledge most important : AICTE


 Bathinda: Twelve day long All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) sponsored Professional Development Program (PDP) for Non- teaching staff started at the Auditorium of Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU), Bathinda. 

The Program was inaugurated by Bathinda (Urban), MLA, Sardar Jagroop Singh Gill. 

While speaking on the occasion, Sardar Jagroop Singh Gill stressed upon the importance of Professional Development Program for Non-Teaching staff. He pointed out that PDP will facilitate the identification of the training needs of different categories of non-teaching employees and suggest specific areas for training and duration of the training program preferred by the employees.

 

Resource Persons from various prestigious institutions like All India Institute of Medical Sciences, (AIIMS) Bathinda, Central University of Punjab, Bathinda are delivering lectures on important topics in this PDP. Hundreds of employees of MRSPTU will attend and benefit from the Twelve day -long event.

Prof. (Dr.) B.P. Garg, Controller of Examinations and Registrar of Central University of Punjab, Bathinda, was guest of honour during the inaugural ceremony.

Prof. Garg pointed out that Practical knowledge is most important for Non-Teaching staff of technical institutes. “More hours spent in practical training will bridge the skill gap,” he said while adding that lack of practical knowledge will definitely affect their work.

While delivering inaugural speech, MRSPTU, Registrar, Dr. Gurinder Pal Singh Brar said that the PDP is aimed to enable the Non -Teaching Staff in furtherance of their duties towards the institute / University, to imbibe latest / futuristic means and methods as pertaining to their profession / department, besides effectively participation and conducting activities with perfection without supervision to become role models for others to follow. He said, "the employees would have to develop “a culture of learning to know good; learn to do good; and learn to be good”. Only then will good things emerge,” .

Dean, Research and Development, Prof. Ashish Baldi stressed upon the need of Non-Teaching Staff training to up-to-date their respective skills and to be able to effectively participate in day to day activities pertaining to their profession / department.

Earlier, Director, College Development Council, Prof. (Dr.) Balwinder Singh, Sidhu gave introduction of the training program. He welcomed the Chief Guest, the resource persons and the participants of PDP. He also thanked AICTE, Faculty Development Cell, Director, Dr. Srivastva for financial assistance to conduct such valuable programs.

Campus Director, Dr. Sanjiv Aggarwal, Dean Academics, Dr. Kawaljit Sandhu, Director, Public Relations, Sh. Harjinder Singh Sidhu and Deputy Registrar, Mr. Agyapal Singh also spoke about various aspects of the event.

The program coordinator, Er. Yadwinder Sharma led a team working very hard to make the program a grand success. Programme Anchor Prof. Sunita Kotwal conducted the program very well. The programme Coordinators Er. Haramritpal Singh, Er. Sukhjinder Singh and Sh. Charanjit Singh also playing key role in organizing the event and unique activities.

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