TEQIP-III Sponsored Pedagogy Workshop on Effective Teaching,
June 03 - 07, 2019.

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Final List of Candidates || Sessions and Resource Persons. || Daywise Program || [ IIT Guwahati Campus Map] || Program Venue: Conference Center, IITG.
All candidates are requested to report at Conference Center [Near Dr. Bhupen Hazarika Auditorium] at 9.15am on 03.06.2019 for registration.
Shortlisted candidates may plan their travel to Guwahati such that they could reach our campus latest by 02.06.2019, 6 PM. They can plan their return trip anytime after 07.06.2019, 7 PM. Guwahati experiences humid and rainy climate during June with day time temperature going upto 36 degrees. Having an umbrella is desirable while moving through the campus.
Free accommodation for participants from TEQIP mapped institutes is arranged at IITG Campus Guest House in twin sharing rooms.
Self payment basis accommodation for participants from non-TEQIP mapped institutes is arranged at IITG Campus Guest House and hostels as per requests.
For participants who wish to explore local tourist attractions during their visit to Guwahati, here are few guidelines.
Download from here Brochure || Application Form DOC, PDF || Endorsement Form DOC, PDF

Overview and Objective

The overall scenario of higher education in India does not match with the global quality standards. With the unprecedented growth of institutions in the past 2 decades across the nation, there is a significant shortage of qualified and motivated faculty. The most important resource that any higher education institution is its faculty. They share knowledge and teach necessary skills needed for the students to face future challenges. An institution having the best faculty who are skilled in latest technologies will top the charts in coming years. The most important and urgent reform needed in education is to transform it based on the needs and aspirations of the people and thereby making it the powerful instrument of social, economic and cultural transformation necessary for the realization of the national goals. Conventional forms of teaching and assessment techniques will not be sufficient to cop up with ever changing modern education. Faculty should be equipped with new challenges associated with modern teaching and learning.

Faculty training and pedagogy sessions provides a platform for improving teaching learning outcomes. Technology-based teaching and discussion forums are essential tools that can improve student-to-teacher interaction. This workshop consists of lecture sessions, case studies, panel discussions and group activity. It brings faculty teaching in various technical institutes in India under one umbrella and share the best practices in teaching and learning. The program is intended to faculty in computer science and engineering, electrical and electronics engineering, electronics and communication engineering and allied branches. However, faculty from other branches are also welcome.

Key Focus Topics

The workshop focuses on
  • enabling faculty to understand their strength and weakness and to work more specific on skill sets needed to become effective facilitators for learning.
  • providing the faculty with new inputs and best practices followed in IIT system for the design, delivery and assessment of courses.
  • helping the faculty to focus on increasing learning outcomes by making use of innovative practices and ICT tools.
  • enabling faculty to become more effective in classroom teaching, curriculum framing, and practicing innovative assessment techniques.
  • motivating faculty to understand the importance of coexistence of teaching as well as research for achieving academic excellence.
  • motivating faculty in taking nonĀ­ academic responsibilities that are not part of their assigned tasks but still gaining professional growth from such activities.
  • improving social skills necessary for collaboration, professional growth, personnel management, and leadership.
  • understanding the importance of getting outside institute exposure and transferring them to their students.

Workshop Contents & Resource Persons

Title of the Session Resource Person
To Teach or Not To Teach is No More a Question Prof. Arun Chattopadhyay, Professor-Chemistry.
Undergraduate Class Room Teaching Prof. A. Srinivasan, Professor-Physics.
Pedagogy in Engineering Education Prof. Ratnajit Bhattacharjee, Professor-EEE.
Learning from Nature Prof. S.B. Nair, Professor-CSE.
Creative Thinking & Curriculum Innovations in Pedagogy: A Case Study Prof. Pradeep Yammiyavar, Professor-Design.
Outcome Based Learning Prof. J. K. Deka, Professor-CSE.
Psychological Aspects of Teaching Prof. Nachiketa Tripathi, Professor-HSS.
Essentials and Desirables to Excel as a Good Teacher Prof. P.K. Das, Professor-CSE.
Sensitivity, Sustainability & Selfless Evolution: Traditional Plus Modern Approach in Pedagogy Prof. Sunil Khijwania, Professor-Physics.
AICTE Exam Reforms Prof. Hemangee K. Kapoor, Professor-CSE.
Use of ICT Systems and Technologies for Effective Teaching Dr. Samit Bhattacharya, Associate Professor-CSE.
Need for Problem Solving Approach to Face Competetive Exams Dr. T. Venkatesh, Associate Professor-CSE.
Class Room Presentation Technique Dr. Sougata Karmakar, Associate Professor-Design.
Teaching as a Profession: Challenges and Opportunities Dr. John Jose, Assistant Professor-CSE.
Problem Based Learning: Ideas for a Self-Reflective and Planned Teacher Dr. Moumita Patra, Assistant Professor-CSE.
How the Teacher in You Can Make the Country Proud? Dr. John Jose, Assistant Professor-CSE.
Challenges in Implementing Problem Based Learning and Outcome Based Learning. Dr. Moumita Patra, Assistant Professor-CSE.
How can we create role model teachers and inspire more people to consider teaching as a career option? Dr. John Jose, Assistant Professor-CSE.

Eligibility, Registration & Selection

The workshop is open to faculty members of TEQIP mapped institutions preferably from CSE/IT/ECE/EEE branches. However, faculty from other branches are also welcome. Please refer Institution List link of NPIU website for the list of TEQIP mapped institutions. Faculty from non-TEQIP institutions may be accommodated subjected to availability of seats. Registration fee for participants from TEQIP institutions is 2000 INR and for participants from non-TEQIP institutions is 2950 INR (2500 INR + 18% GST). The registration fee will be refunded to the participants from TEQIP mapped institutions, subjected to complete participation in the course. The registration fee paid will not be refunded to the participants who fail to attend the workshop. There will be total 30 seats for the workshop which will be filled based on first come first serve basis.

How To Apply?

1. Take a Demand Draft of above mentioned amount drawn in favour of Registrar, IIT Guwahati, payable at Guwahati towards registration fee.
2. Download the course Application Form and fill-up (typesetting is preferred over handwritten) all the entries including DD details.
3. Generate a pdf document of the filled up application form and take a printout of the same.
4. Affix your recent passport size color photograph and put your signature in the respective cells.
5. Download the course Endorsement Form and get it duly approved and signed by the head of your institution. Seal of the institute is mandatory.
6. Send the documents and DD via speedpost to the workshop cordinator (postal address given below) so as to reach IIT Guwahati before the due date.
7. Send a soft copy (preferrably pdf) of the duly filled application form to teqip.workshop.iitg@gmail.com.
8. Fill this Intimation Form after you have sent the application form and the DD via post.

Final list of selected candidates will be displayed on this website by 10.05.2019. No separate emails will be sent to the shortlisted candidates.

Registration Fee DD will be returned back (via speed post), if the candidate is not shortlisted.

Boarding & Lodging

For participants from TEQIP mapped institutions, accommodation can be arranged free of cost (in twin sharing mode) in the IITG guest house. Accommodation is from 02.06.19 to 08.06.19. Registration fee will cover workshop materials and working lunch during the workshop days. Participants can have breakfast and dinner from hostels or guest house on payment basis. Participants from non-TEQIP institutes should make their own arrangements for boarding and lodging. However, based on requests, accommodation can be arranged in student hostels on a self payment basis subject to availability of seats. No DA/TA will be paid to the participants from IIT Guwahati.

Workshop Coordinator

Dr. JOHN JOSE, [HomePage]
Assistant Professor,
Department of Computer Science & Engineering,
IIT Guwahati, Guwahati, Assam 781039.
Email: johnjose@iitg.ac.in, johnjose004@gmail.com
Mobile: 9048665842, 9476950747

Accommodation and registration support team

Mrs. Manju R. (9961330220),
Email: manjurajanv@gmail.com
Mr. Amit Puri (9814752741),
Email: future.puri@gmail.com
Ph.D scholars, MARS Research Lab,
Department of Computer Science & Engineering,
IIT Guwahati, Guwahati, Assam 781039.