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05 Nov 2019
Coordinator, 125th Orientation course,  UGC-HRDC, University of Allahabad
In pursuance of quality training and proving as a distinguished centre for motivating teachers towards the academic frontiers in higher education, UGC-Human Resource Development Centre, University of Allahabad on the eve of ‘Valedictory Session’, successfully concluded its 125th Orientation Course on 4th November, 2019. The occasion was graced by the valuable presence of Chief Guest of the event Prof. Peeush Ranjan Agarwal, Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, Awadesh Pratap Singh University, Rewa, M.P. Prof. A.R.Siddiqui, Officiating Director, Human Resource Development Centre, UoA, Prof. Ashish Saxena, Academic Coordinator of the 125th Orientation Course, Human Resource Development Centre, UoA. Prof. R.K.SinghHon’ble Director, UGC-HRDC, UoA could not attend the session owing to sad demise in the family.   
In all, around 40 participants across the disciplines covering various Universities/Colleges of the country actively attended the valedictory session. At the outset, Prof. Ashish Saxena, Coordinator and Head, Dept. of Sociology conducted the programme and welcomed the dignitaries with the floral bouquet and followed by the broader outline of the said course. He shared the experiences in running the academic event and the diversity of resource persons with rigorous interdisciplinary framework. Prof. A.R.Siddiqui, Officiating Director and faculty Department of Geography gave the formal welcome to the chief guest and introduced his credentials to the participants. He congratulated the participants and inspired the participants to carry forward the learning to their respective places. At this juncture, chief guest of the event, Prof. Peeush Ranjan Agarwal, Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, APS University, Rewa, spoke on the relevance of Value and Ethics associated with teachers in higher education. He discussed the sensibility of transferring the wisdom and experiences to the next generation and also indicated the privatization of education as a challenge to the future academicians.  Prof. Agarwal also indicated the remedy towards Public institutions through effective delivery of Teaching, Research and Corporate responsibility. At the end, he emphasized upon the adaptability and sharpening of Knowledge, Skills and Attitude as a significant attribute towards higher learning. He expressed the knowledge as a bank passbook which yields good interest and to him teachers are the brand equity to attract the stakeholders to the institution. The representative participants, namely Dr. Mudita Tewari and Dr. Anand Pandey also shared their experiences of the participants as learner’s and appreciated the academic diversity of the said course. They also appreciated the homely comfort and sincerity of the team of the Academic Staff College, University of Allahabad. The event was followed by the certificate of participation as well as token memento to the meritorious participants by Prof. Peeush Ranjan Agarwal. The valedictory session ended with formal vote of thanks by Dr. Ankita Chaturvedi and lovely memories of the participants. The event was duly supported by the efficient staff of UGC-Human Resource Development Centre, University of Allahabad.

 
25 Sept 2019
Director - Human Resource Development Centre, UoA
UGC-Human Resource Development Centre, University of Allahabad on the eve of ‘Valedictory session’, successfully concluded its 124th Orientation Course on 19th September, 2019. The occasion was graced by the valuable presence of chief guest of the event Prof. Sangeeta Srivastava , Hon'ble Vice Chancellor, Prof. Rajendra Singh (Rajju bhaiya) State university, Prayagraj; dynamic Prof. R.K.Singh, Hon’ble Director - Human Resource Development Centre, UoA, Prof. Ashish Saxena, Head, Department of Sociology, UoA. 
The 124th Orientation program was coordinated by Prof. A R.Siddiqui, department of Geography. In all around 40 participants across the disciplines covering various Universities/Colleges of actively attended the valedictory session. Prof. Ashish Saxena, conducted the program and welcomed the dignitaries with the floral bouquet. Prof. R.K.Singh gave the formal welcome speech, he briefed about the overall outline of the academic event. He emphasized the relevance of orientation and the congratulated the participants for successful completion of the said course. He he also outlined the continuation of orientation with other e-platforms offered by Ministry of Human Resource Development and UGC. At this juncture, chief guest of the event, Prof. Sangeeta Srivastava, Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, narrated the motivated stories the relevance of teachers to the society, especially in terms of nation building. She emphasized the the incorporation of simplicity and a meaningful way of life. She motivated the participants for holistic learning towards attainment of academic goals. At the end she emphasized upon the relevance of gender sensitization in the higher education. She commented on the the domination of sexuality in the minds of the people and suggested to avoid the same.The event was followed by the certificate of participation to the participants by the chief guest. The participants also shared their experiences as learner’s and appreciated the diversity of academic activities. The valedictory session ended with formal vote of thanks by one of the participants namely, Dr. Savya Sachi. The event was duly supported by the efficient staff of UGC-Human Resource Development Centre, University of Allahabad.

 
05 August 2019
Coordinator, 120th Orientation course,  UGC-HRDC, University of Allahabad
Vice-Chancellor’s Addresses Teacher Participants in Academic Staff College
Prof. Rattan Lal Hangloo, Honb’le Vice-Chancellor, University of Allahabad interacted with the teacher participants of 120th Orientation Programme, coordinated by Prof. Ashish Saxena, Head of Department of Sociology, he welcomed him with the bouquet and welcome address was delivered by Director Prof. R K Singh,Human Resource Development Centre, University of Allahabad. Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor highlighted  various aspects of the Orientation Programme and appealed to all for adopting appropriate pedagogy to make education student centric and more in sync with the requirement of the  21st century. He also discussed the relevance of course work in the doctoral programme and presented a model frame work for effective implementation of the coursework. The sole objective was to raise the standard of our doctoral research in general and take appropriate measures to make our education more relevant and also to take it to the highest level of excellence. Further, he emphasized the importance of planning & communication in research work.. Finally, Dr. Dhananjay Chopra, Coordinator, Centre of Media Studies delivered a vote of thanks for such an enriched and interactive session at Human Resource Development Centre, University of Allahabad.
 
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