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Faculty Development Centre –Malaviya Mission Training Centre
Faculty Development Centre –Malaviya Mission Training Centre
MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY
Rohtak-124001, Haryana (INDIA)


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Maharshi Dayanand University is emerging as a leading institute of the nation with around 400 faculty members. Many young, enthusiastic, talented faculties have joined the institute recently due to expansion of departments. Apart from the development of various aspects of its own faculty members the institute will serve the faculty members all over the India and will provide a common interactive forum of scholarship for the academia.

The University aspires to be a ‘Leading Transformative Learning Community’ recognized worldwide for its excellence in teaching, research and service and as a catalyst for intellectual, social, cultural and economic development. Therefore, the university is committed to serve the society through pursuit of excellence in teaching, innovation, lifelong learning, cultural enrichment, outreach services and to transform lives of all stakeholders.

The faculty is an important stakeholder and contributes significantly towards the accomplishment of the university vision and mission. They have an important role in promoting academic excellence and research activities and other functions of the institution. So to address the needs of faculty in this ever changing world, the University established Faculty Development Centre in the year Sep. 2018 under the prestigious Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya National Mission on Teachers and Teaching (PMMMNMTT) scheme of, then, MHRD and further renamed as Faculty Development Centre –Malaviya Mission Training Centre in view of the directions of UGC, Ministry of Education (Govt. of India) in/on Oct. 2023.

The centre incubates and nurtures the research and professional competencies for catapulting professional growth of the teachers. The Centre at is involved in a comprehensive range of activities from Personal Development to Professional Excellency of the participant teachers with updated knowledge and different types of skills.


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MDU Branches

Prof. Sandeep Malik

Director,FDC 
(Dept. of IHTM)
Phone : 9416350585
Email: [email protected]

MDU Branches

Dr. Madhuri Hooda

(Project-Cordinator, MHRD)
Deputy Director, FDC 
(Department of Education)
Phone : 9518009986, 8295081122
Email: [email protected], [email protected]




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Area of Work

The types of programmes to be conducted by the MMC under the scheme are enumerated as follows:

 

S. NO

 

Type of Programmes

No of programmes / yr/centre

 

Mode

No. of Beneficiaries/ prog

No of Beneficiaries / year/centre(C*E)

A

B

C

D

E

F(C*E)

1.

NEP Orientation & Sensitization programme

 

24

 

Online

 

200

 

4800

2.

Faculty Induction Programme(24 Days)

1

Offline

50

50

3.

Faculty Induction Programme (24 Days)

1

Online

100

100

4.

Short term Programme(6 days)

2

Offline

50

100

5.

Short term Programme(6 days)

3

Online

100

300

6.

Refresher programme(12 days) Core Subject & Interdisciplinary

 

2

 

Offline

 

50

 

100

7.

Refresher programme(12 days ) Core Subject &Interdisciplinary

3

Online

100

300

 

Total

36

 

 

5750

 

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Objectives

Objectives

The centre organizes different types of programmes such as Faculty Development Programme, Capacity Building, Refresher Course, Orientation Course, Research Methodology Courses, Seminars, Conferences, Workshops etc  focusing on the Personal, Professional, Instructional and Organizational development of teachers of higher education institutions.

The main objectives of the centre are as follows:

  1. To motivate faculty members to engage themselves in innovative, high-impact and leading-edge research within and across the disciplines
  2. To orient the faculty for nurturing graduates of distinction committed to academic/ professional excellence and lifelong learning
  3. To catalyze the process of generation, dissemination and application of knowledge
  4. To act as an interactive and dynamic forum of scholarship for the academia
  5. To prepare faculty members for IPR generation and undertaking consultancy projects with industry and society
  6. To inculcate highest level ethical values, integrity and professionalism
  7. To engage faculty members in scholarly activities in the pursuit of innovation, creativity and excellence
  8. To inspire faculty members to explore and experiment with various instructional and pedagogical strategies keeping in view of the student diversity

    Malaviya Mission – Teacher Training Programme

    The National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 recognised the contribution made by PMMMNMTT Centres towards training faculty of Higher Education Institutions to provide more effective teaching. However, it further added that continuous professional development of faculty in all disciplines is much required in light of the dynamic nature of teaching learning pedagogy. Thus, proposed restructuring of the existing scheme of the capacity building/training of teachers in Department of Higher Education. The Mission envisages capacity-building training for the faculty and staff across higher educational institutions, in the light of NEP 2020, within three years through multiple training centers. The outcome of the capacity-building training will be the metamorphosis of higher education in terms of Indian values, teaching, research, publication, patents, and institutional development.

    With this background, the Ministry of Education (MoE) has sought strengthening of the synergy and integration between HRDCs and PMMMNMTT centres in order to meet the objective of NEP 2020, keeping in view the optimal utilization of infrastructure, human and financial resources and renaming and popularizing the entire capacity building effort as Malaviya Mission (MM). As a part of the Malaviya Mission, 111 institutions have been identified. These centres will be called as Malaviya Mission Teacher Training Centres (MMTTC). Furthermore, the scheme is being designed to implement some of the recommendations and aims of the policy, which suggests some key changes to the current higher education system to revamp and reenergize it and thereby deliver high-quality higher education, with equity and inclusion.

    This new phase of the scheme also aims to implement the recommendations of NEP viz. to improve the quality of teaching at all levels and in all domains; to focus on equity and inclusion in higher education and promote online and digital education; ensure equitable use of technology; promote Indian language and culture; develop basic infrastructure facilities; create awareness about gender sensitization; include vocational education in the curriculum; develop leadership and management skills; create pool of mentors and pedagogic experts; promote research and multidisciplinary education. The implementation of new approaches to curricular transactions, teaching-learning, pedagogical strategies and assessment methods recommended in the NEP 2020 would be possible through Malaviya Mission and can be most appropriately taken forward through MMTT Centers.

    Vision: To build competencies in the faculty for better teaching, learning and research by exposing them to Indian values, updating knowledge and skills, and aligning teaching, learning and research with the needs of society and NEP 2020.

    Objectives of the Scheme:

    • The salient objectives of the scheme in alignment with NEP 2020 are:
    • Improving the quality of Education at all levels by infusing quality and excellence in our teachers and teaching.
    • To develop innovative teaching method and high-level institutional facilities in all the constituent areas of higher education.
    • To impart pedagogy-related training and improve faculties’ soft and practical skills.
    • To ensure holistic development of the teachers and learners with inculcation of ethics and human values as enshrined in Indian culture.
    • To develop multidisciplinary and critical thinking ability.
    • To familiarize the faculty with the Indian Knowledge Systems.
    • To build respect for the eco-balance and biodiversity existing in the nature.
    • To undertake quality research in line with the local, national, and global needs.
    • To make it known that higher education is for social upliftment and inclusiveness.
    • To develop the know-how to prepare transformative pedagogy with ICT intervention.
    • To build life skills and global citizenship values.
    • To ensure the role of faculty as active participants in institution building.
    • Improve the quality of teaching and empower Faculty members through training, induction, refresher and short term programs and ensure their continuous professional development.

    Proposed Outcome of the Scheme

    • Faculty members will get trained to impart holistic education, imbibing the ideals of India centric ethics and human values.
    • Teachers and Learners will acquire the concept of the Indian Knowledge System and apply it in real life for the advancement and creation of knowledge.
    • The learners would be able to generate new ideas/materials with a multidisciplinary and cross disciplinary thinking approach.
    • The learners will develop critical thinking and problem solving skills in a socio- cultural milieu.
    • The learners will develop respect for the preservation of biodiversity.
    • The learners will get inclined towards conducting quality research to solve local, national, and global problems through innovation and entrepreneurial skills.
    • The learners would become reflective practitioners.
    • The learners will develop the capacity to integrate ICT tools into the learning process.

    The faculty will realize its role in institution building.



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