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‘Teachers should be role model for students & society’

Imphal, Feb 6: 33rd Orientation Programme was inaugurates yesterday at Manipur University with special focus on “Academic Administration/Educational Management” organised by UGC - Human Resource Development Centre (HRDC), Manipur University.  Professor Adya Prasad Pandey, Vice- Chancellor of Manipur University, graced the function as chief guest and Prof H. Ramananda Singh, Director, UGC - HRDC, MU presided over the function. The main objective of the programme is to facilitate quality and relevance of Higher Education through upgradation of knowledge  and skills of teachers working in the higher education system - teachers of colleges and University departments.           
Prof Adya Prasad Pandey, Vice-Chancellor of Manipur University, in his chief guest speech, stated that teachers should be the role model for students as well as for the society. Teachers should be trained according to the need of the hour and they should know the present trend of the world. This type of programme will enhance in knowledge sharing among the teachers and students. HRDC should deliberate on areas  which teachers are not aware of. Prof Pandey suggested that this a good opportunity in hand to write research papers. There is no limit of learning new knowledge. Flow of knowledge should be maintained to keep abreast with the development in the field of education system across the globe. He also added that research activities should be initiated in the colleges of the state.

Prof Ch. Ibohal Meitei, Director, MIMS, Manipur University and the programme coordinator of this orientation programme, accorded warm welcome to the Vice-Chancellor, MU. In his welcome statement, Prof Ibohal stated that Manipur University is flourishing under the able leadership of the incumbent Vice-Chancellor of the varsity. Professor extended his warm welcome to all the participants from different colleges of Manipur. He further stated that higher education scenario of the state should be developed with utmost priority. The present government is very much focused on the development of higher education in the state. The main motive of this orientation programme is to orient and enrich the young administrators and faculty members. It gives an added advantage of such a system in that it serves as a platform for interaction with eminent resource persons, scholars from their respective disciplines and other disciplines.
Prof H. Ramananda Singh, Director, UGC - HRDC, MU appreciated the Vice-Chancellor for his support and cooperation in organising the 33rd Orientation Programme. He added that all the administrative and management trainings will be covered in this orientation programme.  

William Gurumayum

William Gurumayum, Sub-Editor of Imphal Times is a resident of Sagolband Salam Leikai. He has been with Imphal Times since beginning. He also looks after the website and application of Imphal Times. An avid adventure lover, writes mostly travelogue.

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