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VU: seminar on ‘Role of modern tools in improving quality of teaching-learning process’

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A one-day seminar on “Role of modern tools in improving quality of teaching-learning process” held at Virtual University of Pakistan. The seminar was organized by Directorate of Quality enhancement at M. A. Jinnah Campus Lahore. The main objective of seminar was to discuss innovative techniques for improving teaching – learning process and key factors that improve the quality of teaching. The participants were also counseled about the role of information technology in supporting teaching learning process. The seminar was chaired by Dr. Naveed A. Malik, rector Virtual University of Pakistan. He stressed the significance of professional development, effective education transformation that can help to increase student abilities and support economic development.

Eminent educationist, Dr. Munawar Sultana Mirza, former vice Chancellor, University of Education Lahore briefed the participants about conventional and modern teaching learning tools. Prof. Dr. Masroor Ellahi Babar, Dean Faculty of Science & Technology delivered a comprehensive lecture on science teaching with modern tools. Mr. Muhammad Javed Younis, General Manager it, VU shared university’s efforts in integrating ICTs along with modern pedagogical approaches to the teaching methodology. The workshop was an important step in establishing synergy among the researchers, teachers, academic institutes and other relevant stakeholders for rapid advancements for improving quality of teaching and learning process. A big number of faculty members from VU and other academic institutions attended the seminar. At the end of the session certificates were distributed among the participants.

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