Education with value is the cornerstone of today’s modern world as teachers are the architects of future. Moreover, there has been a paradigm shift in the role of a teacher who is today expected to play multifaceted roles from a teacher to a mentor and beyond. There has been a greater responsibility on the part of teaching fraternity because when you teach one child, you touch future generations forever. Therefore, persistence is the twin of excellence. One is a matter of quality, the other, a matter of time.
Understanding this, the Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) of the College with its annual theme for the academic year 2019-20 “Changing with Times”, organized one day Motivational Workshop on the theme “Strive for Excellence : Teacher Reinvent Yourself” for the teaching faculty members of the College on Tuesday, June 18, 2019 from 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM at College Seminar Hall. Prof. Gerard D’Souza, Retd. Professor and Soft Skill Expert, Dept. of Business Administration, MITE, Moodabidri., was the workshop facilitator.
Prof. Gerard D’Souza, during the session remarked that teaching is a noble of all the professions and so are teachers. There is hard need to strive for excellence in every little thing that we do as a part of teaching the young minds and thus keep reinventing ourselves. A Teacher must strive to become a sweet teacher and play a key role in creating the future generations. Adding to this, a teacher must maximize value to their students. He also highlighted upon several key tips and golden take away which can benefit and elevate every teacher to address the ever changing learning needs of generations together.
Prof. Gerard D’Souza, Workshop facilitator inaugurated the workshop by lighting the lamp. Mr. Hardik P. Chauhan welcomed the Resource Person. Dr. K. V. Malini, Principal and Chairman of the IQAC delivered the presidential address. Dr. Ganesh Shetty U., Secretary of Staff Welfare Association proposed the vote of thanks. Mrs. Prathima V. Baliga, Faculty, Dept. of Computer Science and Applications, compered the formal programme. Dr. Premalatha V. and Mr. Hardik P. Chauhan, IQAC Coordinators coordinated the Workshop. Altogether 52 faculty members participated in the workshop.
Dr. Premalatha V
Mr. Hardik P Chauhan