Public notoice regarding HRDC
UGC - Human Resource Development Centre
Education is the single most important instrument for social and economic transformation. As of now, we have more than 950 universities and 42,000 colleges, with total student enrolment of nearly 31 million. The Gross Enrollment Ratio (GER) has doubled during the last 10 years to reach the level of 25.2%, as projected GER of 30% for 2020 by the Govt. of India.
The traditional learning methodologies have failed to get the most out of what learners could do after undergoing the learning process whereas an Outcome Based Education (OBE) system in higher education is the best way for learner to achieve their goals. The traditional model of higher education is evolving due to some of the factors that threaten the status quo such as increasing international competition, a spurt in private funded institutions, changing demographics, an increasingly mobile population, new-tech savvy students that expect anytime, anywhere customized learning, and the emergence of new commercial providers.read more
Each HRDC organizes one or two workshops for Academic Administrators in a year to familiarize them with the philosophy and importance of orientation programmes and refresher courses, and persuade them to depute teachers. It enables them to understand their new roles as supervisors; and facilitate reforms in higher education through appropriate modification of management systems at various level.
The intent of a teacher induction program is to provide a systematic structure of support for beginning teachers. This professional development provides the beginning teacher...
A refresher course is a training course in which academia improve their knowledge or skills and learn about new developments that are related to the job that they do. Lecturers working...
HRDC organizes one-week short term programme on various themes like Academic Leadership, Climate Change, Entrepreneurship, Research Methodology and Gender Studies, etc...
The intent of a teacher induction program is to provide a systematic structure of support for beginning teachers. This professional development provides the beginning teacher with vital information on topics that are relevant to them during their first year in the classroom. Teacher induction is a professional development program that incorporates mentoring and is designed to offer support, guidance, and orientation for beginning teachers during the transition into their first teaching jobs.
HRDC programs and services are designed to enable Canadians to participate fully in the social and economic life of their community.
Human Resource Development Centres Directors.