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(CSE Faculty in KCE Department)

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(CSE Faculty in KCE Department)

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(English Faculty in KCE Department)

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(Pro Vice–Chancellor IGNOU, New Delhi & Ex–Director NCERT,New Delhi)

Prof. (Dr.) Pravin Sinclair has discussed on the topic “Curricular Issues in Higher Education”. Mam started her lecture by asking difference between Curriculum and syllabus. She told that both the things are designed by university but still curriculum is vast term and syllabus is one part of curriculum. Then she asked the audience that what evaluation & Assessment method they applied after teaching their students. After that she discussed about some Performance Indicators, Learning indicators, Learning Outcomes.

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(Former Pro Vice – Chancellor IGNOU, New Delhi)

Prof. (Dr.) M. M. Pant has discussed on the topic “Transforming the traditional ‘lecture’ to a technology empowered ‘learning experience”. Sir has started his presentation with the inspirational thought given by Swami Vivekanand Ji. Give me 100 energetic young men and I shall transform India”.This led to the founding of the Ramakrishna Order of monks, young men committed to bring about common good. Then he told about “The 21st Century Educator”. He says, “Give me a Smartphone and a broadband connection and I will teach the world”.After that Sir continues his lecture to explain these terms Technologies impacting Education, Innovative Pedagogies, Learning for Success, to a ‘learning event’. Sir also enlightens his audience that what is role of the teacher now days. Sir told that in this 21st century students has many media to grasp knowledge from their. He told that a faculty is a facilitator who can provide facility to his students so initially a faculty must be trained in his/her area before going to classroom. He/she would be able to do justice with his/her teaching methodology.

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(Asst. Professor, KIIT College of Engineering)

Ms. Nidhi Rana gave his presentation on the topic, “Waste of Materials: A concept of Coating”. The presentation was focused on use and importance of coating to protect our daily life components, various components of power generation and also in the bio-implants which are used in human body.The presentation provides an overview of the corrosion process including some interesting examples corrosion in statue of liberty. The various instruments which are used to analyze the corrosion process were discussed.

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(Asst. Professor, KIIT College of IT & Management)

Mr. Anand Sehgal gave his presentation on the topic, “Flipped Classrooms”. He started his topic with a shlok of Geeta. In his topic he majorly focuses on how flipped classrooms can be implemented in KIIT. Students that we are teaching belong to Generation Z (born early 1990’s to present). This generation grew up with internet, cell phones, smart phones, tablets, I-Pod, I-Pads. They get information fast and expect it quickly. Sir has told that to deal with them we need to change from traditional classrooms to flipped classrooms. Flipped Classrooms are basically based on learning by your own then learn together.

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Presentation on the topic “The 80/20 Rule: Corporate Support for Innovation by Employees” was given by Ms. Priyanka Sharma, Ph.D, Assistant Professor of Economicsin Stuart School of Business in Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago (USA). The motivationfor this work came from the observation that many of start-ups are formed by exemployees of the firms which have in place generous policies for supporting exploration of new ideas (e.g., Amazon, Google, and Microsoft). In this presentation, she presented an integrated model incorporating both the firm’s problem of incentivizing innovation by its employees as well as an employee’s choice of pursuing an innovation internally or externally.

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D. Shanta Devi enlightens us on the topic “Action Research in Higher Education”. She introduce the audience with the terms Action Research, Outcome based teaching & Traditional approach that we are following. Initially she started her talk with ancient period of teaching. In that method of teaching we use Sarvan, Manan, Nididhyaana, and experience, question and answers, discourse, lecture discussion and debate methods. Then she started comparison between Educations during pre independence, Higher Education after Independence & Challenges to 21st Century Engineers. Later on she discussed Action Research, Goal & Purpose of Action Research, Benefits, Planning, Action, Observation, Reflection, Methods & Strategies and Impact of Action Research

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Dr. Anshu Radha Aggarwal enlightens us on the topic “Outcome-Based Education Model & Continuous Improvement”. She gives a brief introduction on Outcome based Education.She told us that this method will help our students to inculcate Practical Skills, Social Skills & Responsibilities, Values, Attitudes, Professionalism, Communication, leadership, Team Skills, Problem Solving, Scientific Skills, Managerial & Entrepreneurial Skills , Information Management & Lifelong Learning Skills, Knowledge of Discipline Areas etc. It is teaching the students in the way they easily learn.

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The Presenter gives her Presentation on the topic “Speech Processing”. In this topic she defines speech as “when we as humans speak, air pass from our lungs through our mouth and nasal cavity, and this air stream is restricted and changed with our tongue and lips. This produces contractions and expansions of the air, an acoustic wave, a sound. The sounds we form, the vowels and consonants, are usually called phones. The phones are combined together into words. Speech signal refers to the analog electrical representation of the contractions and expansions of air.

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The Presenter gives her Presentation on the topic Cooperative Learning was given by Ms.Kanchan Khatreja. In this topic she told that It is a learning process or strategy in which students are provided opportunities to learn by themselves in a group in a cooperative way. She include that by using this method student’s engage themselves in a variety of useful learning activities in a cooperative and non-competitive environment by forming a number of teams, each consisting of a small number of students of different ability for their understanding of a subject

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Presenter told that Life skills are the abilities for adaptive and positive behavior that enables individuals to deal effectively with demand and challenges of everyday life. They are abilities that facilitate the physical, mental and emotional well being of individuals.

She has also explained why life skills are needed?
It supports our ability to see the world in a positive way.
It deals with challenges and setbacks with optimism.
Help in being considerate and empathetic in our relationships communities and to the environment.

Components of Life Skills are:

a) Thinking Skills            b) Social Skills            c) Emotional Skills

Thinking Skills

Social Skills

Emotional Skills

  • Self Awareness
  • Effective communication
  • Dealing with Stress
  • Decision Making
  • Interpersonal Relationships
  • Managing Feelings/ Emotions
  • Problem solving
  • Negotiation/ Refusal Skills
  • Critical Thinking
  • Self Assertiveness

 

The lecture cum video based upon the self-actualization phenomenon known as The Secret pivots on the time-honored new age notion of the Laws of Attraction: That is, think positively, and positive things will come to you Fragments of a Great Secret have been found in the oral traditions, in literature, in religions and philosophies throughout the centuries. For the first time, all the pieces of The Secret come together in an incredible revelation that will be life-transforming for all who experience it.

The Secret posits that the law of attraction is a natural law which determines the complete order of the universe and of our personal lives through the process of “like attracts like”. it claims that as we think and feel, a corresponding frequency is sent out into the universe that attracts back to us events and circumstances on that same frequency. For example, if you think angry thoughts and feel angry, it is claimed that you will attract back events and circumstances that cause you to feel more anger. Conversely, if you think and feel positively, you will attract back positive events and circumstances. Proponents of the law claim that desirable outcomes such as health, wealth, and happiness can be attracted simply by changing one’s thoughts and feelings.


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