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UGC-Academic Staff College

                             In the present situation, the teacher at higher education level has the greatest role in moulding the future of the country.  Of all professions, his is the noblest, the most difficult and the most important.  He should be an example to his pupils.  If a teacher has a vice, thousands are polluted.  If he is dedicated and pure, thousands of children will be improved and the nation will gain from educated men and women of character.  NPE (1986) made pointed reference that the quality of education depends on the quality of teacher but this calls for systematic training and development. 


Human Resource Development Centre’s in India
Programme of action of NPE 1986 categorically mentioned a comprehensive programme for professional development of teachers through Academics Staff Colleges now renamed Human Resource Development Centres since April 2015.  Consequently, in 1987 the UGC sanctioned the setting-up of 48 ASCs.   With certain addition, the number of ASCs (HRDCs) has risen to 66. The main objective of Academic Staff Development Scheme is to enable academic staff to become effective facilitators of student learning through becoming effective managers of the conditions that affect learning.   Besides Orientation and Refresher Courses, the Human Resource Development Centres organize Seminars for Principals/Heads of the University Departments, and short term programmes such as seminar, workshops, symposia, etc.


UGC-HRDC Shimla
UGC-HRDC, Shimla was established in June 1989 and conducted its First Orientation Programme in Sept. 1989.  It has pursued the objective of improving the professional competence of teachers in tertiary education with a difference.  By the end of March 2015, it has organized 403 Programmes (117 Orientation Programmes and 286 Refresher Courses) & about 15000 teachers have participated. In addition, HRDC, HPUShimla has organized Workshop for Directors, Seminars for Principals & Courses for Administrators.

Kindly see website: www.hrdcshimla.org for more details regarding schedule, application format, facilities, training methodology and performance of HRDC, Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla.

 
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