KU’s HRDC organises special lecture,webinar for FIP participants

Srinagar: Kashmir University Registrar Dr Nisar A Mir delivered a special lecture at the varsity’s Human Resource Development Centre (HRDC).
The online lecture on National Education Policy-2020 was delivered to the participants of the ongoing Gurudaksta Faculty Induction Programme (FIP).
Asserting that the flagship NEP-2020 is a revolutionary initiative, Dr Mir said that young teachers in Jammu and Kashmir need to gear up for interdisciplinary research and education to keep pace with the changing academic scenario across the country.
“The NEP-2020 outlines how our education system has to evolve in the years to come. So both academic administrators and teachers will have to work in tandem to meet the requirements of this flagship policy,” he said.
He said the University of Kashmir is committed to provide best possible facilities to its teachers and scholars and further enhance the varsity’s footprints at the national and international level.
Meanwhile, the UGC-HRDC also held a webinar on ‘Aesthetic Exemplification of Melody and Rhythm in Traditional Music of South India’ for faculty of J&K’s higher educational institutions (HEIs).
Prof Deepti Bhalla, Dean, Faculty of Music and Fine Arts, University of Delhi was the guest speaker who articulated the aesthetic exemplification of melody and rhythm in the music of South India. Prof Deepti stressed on the importance of music and how it connects souls and brings the hidden cultural glories back to life.
Participants from premier institutions like Sri Venkateswara University, University of Delhi, University of Jammu, University of Kashmir, Gujarat University, Panjab University, and several other institutions attended the webinar.
Earlier, Director HRDC Prof Mushtaq A Darzi welcomed the guest speakers and stressed on the importance of NEP-2020.
“HRDC is committed to undertake highly professional programmes for capacity building of teachers to help them keep pace with the changing dynamics of education and research,” he said, thanking the University administration for its support and cooperation.
Dr Sumeer Gul, Coordinator HRDC moderated the event.

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