Brahmavar: “For teachers learning is a never ending process and every teacher must update himself or herself with the latest developments” said Prof.K.Narayanan, Retired Principal of SMS college, Brahmavar.
He was speaking after inaugurating the FIP organized by the IQAC of Crossland College. Dr.Ronald Pinto, Director,Institute of Individual Development, Mangalore was the resource person of the programme.
Through an interactive session, he made participants realize how they have to treat the students, their responsibility to the management and so on.Prof.Johnson Jacob and Dr.Robert Clive coordinated the programme. Principals special prizes were given to Prof.Reebu Samuel., Mr.Biju Jacob, Mr.Sheshagiri Bhat, Mr.Pradeep, Mrs.Lachu for availing least number of leaves during the academic year Ms.Supriya bagged the Best Library User award..Mrs. Jyothi was felicitated for securing Best Paper award at a conference held at Trichy.
Mr.Sheshagiri Bhat was felicitated for completing 15 years of service in the college.
Brahmavar: Dr.Anil Kukkunje, Psychiartist,Yenopoya Medical college, Mangalore was the resource person for the one day UGC Sponsored FIP held at Crossland College,Brahmavar.
Apart from the faculty of the host institution, faculty members from MGM College,Udupi, ECR Institute of Management, Koteshwara, MPMC, Manipal, Govt. Womens Colege, Ajjarkad, KVSM College, Katpadiand Poornaprajna Evening college,Udupi participated in the workshop.
Dr.Anil threw light on the various issues students face like excessive internet, mobile use ,selfie culture and online gaming.Inaddition to that there are relationship problems, academic problems and mental health issues.
He encouraged the teachers not to humiliate and punish students in the presence of others, instead involve them in more group activities, involve the family of students and help them to improve their inter personal relationships.
Mrs.Jyothi,Coordinated the workshop and Prof.Elizabeth Roy proposed the vote of thanks.
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