Wednesday, February 23, 2011

IIT Delhi to organise workshop for teachers

The Indian Institute of Technology- Delhi is organizing three day long workshop on Effective Teaching through Case Study Methodology from March 14-16, 2011. The workshop is aimed at sharpening the skills in the case method of teaching. There are three clear requirements of effective teaching using the case method identifying the most effective cases for the topics covered in the course, preparing to lead the class discussion and leading the class discussion in a manner such that student s discover the theory rather than be informed about it. The workshop aims to train participants about the case methodology for effective teaching skills.

IIT Delhi is inviting Professors/Lecturers and Owner Managers of the Business Schools desirous of sharpening their teaching skills and competencies. Research Scholars and Students who are looking towards teaching as a career option can also participate. 

The workshop will have lectures, case discussions, experience sharing, simulations and role-play which will form a part of the methodology. The participants would develop an action-plan for implementation at the end of the workshop. IIT Delhi will award certifcate of participation.

Dr Harish Chaudhry: Department of Management Studies, IIT Delhi, Dr Rajendra Nargundkar :IMT Nagpur , Dr Mohammad Akbar: Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow are the resource people. Besides them, a number of senior professors from llTs and llMs will  contribute to the program. Senior consultants and executives from industry shall come in for special topics.

The participation fee of the workshop is Rs. 10,000/- (non residential) per participant. The fee would include certification cost, faculty fees, course materials, stationery and working lunch/tea/coffee during the breaks. The guest house charges for accommodation shall be borne directly by the participants. 

Participants are to be nominated by their organizations or can sponsor themselves as well. The last date of receiving the duly filled registration form along with Cheque/Demand Drafts drawn in favor of “llT Delhi” payable at New Delhi is 10th March, 2O11. The dully filled nomination form along with the Cheque/Demand Drafts may be sent to 

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

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