The Centre for Teaching & Learning (CTL), Vishwakarma University has been established in the year 2022. The Centre for Teaching & Learning (CTL) will create an umbrella under which a holistic development of skill-sets & innovative mindsets will flourish. We would provide all the necessary support to Vishwakarma University in achieving benchmarks in Teaching-Learning & Research-Innovation. A significant change is required in the teaching-learning methodology, which is also an integral part of the National Education Policy (NEP2020) now. The Centre for Teaching and Learning will form the link between the emerging demands of students and teaching-learning strategies. CTL aims to enrich and modernise Vishwakarma University’s collective teaching and learning community, to build existing skills & develop innovative teaching methodologies.
To promote teaching and learning strategies supported by transformative research, innovative pedagogies and interdisciplinary educational culture.
Effective implementation of New Education Policy
The new education policy is made keeping in mind access, affordability, equity, quality and accountability of education. It focuses on giving students the freedom to choose from a basket of courses offered at the university level, thus not restricting them to one specific specialisation. The Centre for Teaching & Learning would help revamp the curriculum, pedagogy and assessment methodology.
Overlook overall teaching and learning processes at the university level
With the advent of short-term and long-term courses on online platforms, universities need to upgrade themselves to remain relevant. The Centre for Teaching & Learning observes, assesses and makes recommendations for teaching and learning processes at Vishwakarma University.
Find tools, devices and activities that can catalyse and augment the learning process
Teaching is no longer limited to textbooks and classrooms and indeed it should not be. With the changing time, education has become practical and hands-on and has gone beyond classrooms. For this very reason, the Centre for Teaching & Learning strives to keep education at pace with changing times as well as encourage education in order to impart knowledge.
Facilitating Multidisciplinary Research
Having very diverse departments under one umbrella is an advantage for the university as it provides a multi-disciplinary approach to problem-solving. We encourage various departments to conduct collaborative research that brings a variety of expertise.
Bridging the gap between Academia & Industry
Employers in the industry sector keep iterating that one of the major challenges for employability of graduate students is their academic structure is not coincident with the set of skills required at the industry level. This gap has to be bridged in order to make students more suitable for the industry.
The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) at Vishwakarma University celebrated International Womens Day with a heartwarming event that brought together the talented women staff of the university. The event, held on March 8, 2023, at the Main Building Auditorium on the 2nd floor, was a celebration of empowerment, unity, and self-care.
The event also served as a platform for women staff to come together, celebrate their achievements, and appreciate the talents that they bring to the university community. By uniting women from various departments and roles, the celebration highlighted the importance of mutual support and encouragement.
The Centre for Teaching Learning (CTL), Vishwakarma University organized a workshop on NEP Implementation Guidelines for Faculty: Need of the Hour on Monday, 9th January 2023. Prof. (Dr.) Wasudeo Gade, The Vice President, Vishwakarma University shared his words of wisdom on steps towards implementation of NEP 2020. The major focus of NEP 2020, related challenges and opportunities were discussed in an interactive way. The workshop was actively attended by faculty members across all the faculties/departments of Vishwakarma University. More than 120 faculty members got benefited by this workshop.
The Center for Teaching & Learning, Vishwakarma University Pune, in collaboration with the Rotary Club of Pune Lokmanyanagar RID 3131, organized a remarkable event to commemorate World Peace Day on September 21, 2022. The event aimed to promote peace, unity, and awareness among the university community and beyond. The celebration took place at Building No. 2 on the Ground Floor of the S&T Building. Participants enthusiastically embraced the 'peace bands' activity, sharing smiles and heartfelt moments as they tied the bands and exchanged thoughts on the significance of World Peace Day. To amplify the impact, attendees were encouraged to capture these moments and post their photos on social media, thereby extending the message of peace beyond the confines of the event itself.
The Centre for Teaching & Learning, Vishwakarma University Pune, conducted a Faculty Induction Program for newly joined faculty members. The events main objective was to make the newly joined faculty members well versed in institutional Centres of Excellence, Research and the overall Academic functioning of the Vishwakarma University.
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