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NAAC Sponsored National Seminar on Teaching, Learning & Evaluation

National Seminar

(Multi-Disciplinary)

on

Teaching, Learning & Evaluation

Sponsored by

NAAC

March 18-19, 2016

 

Organised by

Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)

DAV College Jalandhar

(NAAC Re-accredited Grade A, CGPA 3.76)

Mahatma Hans Raj Road,

Jalandhar-Punjab – 144 008 (India)

Phone : 0181-2255641, 42, 43

Email : This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Website :www.davjalandhar.com

Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)

The College has established an Internal Quality Assurance Cell on December 19, 2003, which channelizes and systematises the efforts and measures of the college towards academic excellence. It works out strategies to remove deficiencies and ensures consistent improvement in the teaching learning process.With informal interactions with the students, the channelizes and systematises the efforts and measures of the college towards academic excellence. It works out strategies to remove deficiencies and ensures consistent improvement in the teaching learning process.With informal interactions with the students, the IQAC analyses the feedback received from the students and also proposes new academic programmes according to the changing trends in the job market. It also focuses on infrastructural requirements, requirements of staff and students in terms of teaching and equipment, strategies for further improvements in academics, extra-curricular and sports activities, building linkages, awareness programmes for students to instil values and a sense of responsibility, proposals for workshops, seminars and conferences and other welfare activities for the students and the staff and promoting the use of technology for enhanced teaching learning. The college has analyses the feedback received from the students and also proposes new academic programmes according to the changing trends in the job market. It also focuses on infrastructural requirements, requirements of staff and students in terms of teaching and equipment, strategies for further improvements in academics, extra-curricular and sports activities, building linkages, awareness programmes for students to instil values and a sense of responsibility, proposals for workshops, seminars and conferences and other welfare activities for the students and the staff and promoting the use of technology for enhanced teaching learning. The college has NAAC Re-accredited Grade A, with CGPA 3.76, making it one of the highest graded top colleges of India.

Theme of the Seminar

As the educational spectrum of the country has witnessed a transformation with respect to the change in focus contextualizing higher education, the relevance of exploring, revising, upgrading and redesigning our methods of teaching, learning and evaluation is of paramount importance. As educators, it has become necessary to have a dialogue- raising questions, seeking answers, interpreting evidence, implementing changes and examining their effects – without which teaching, learning and evaluation remains an empty and intellectually unfulfilling mechanical process.dialogue- raising questions, seeking answers, interpreting evidence, implementing changes and examining their effects – without which teaching, learning and evaluation remains an empty and intellectually unfulfilling mechanical process.

In this context, the National Seminar on Teaching, Learning and Evaluation aims to bring under one roof academic administrators, faculty members and policy makers to share views and ideas about new possibilities of delivering education and conducting evaluation and is intended as a guideline to those interested in serving students of different backgrounds and abilities, through effective teaching – learning experiences. The educators by sharing the most successful, innovative and practical ideas and strategies will be assisting each other in becoming more effective in their positions. The seminar is an effort to produce a distinctive way of thinking about how teaching and evaluation in higher education influence the quality of student learning. Today’s students need to know not only the basic reading and arithmetic skills, but also skills that will allow them to face a world that is continually changing. Educators need to take an active role in greater integration of technology and teaching, improved way of increasing pace and extent of learning as well as making decisions about the purpose of assessment and the content that is being assessed. Hence, this seminar hopes to play a pivotal role in enabling the evolvement of new ideas through peer discussions and scholarly engagements and to disseminate these among the stakeholders.

 

Objectives of the Seminar

*           Enhancing the ability of all delegates to grow by interaction.     

*           Exchanging views on influence of teaching and evaluation on student learning.

*           Energizing the teachers by providing an opportunity to learn effective pedagogical techniques.

*           Encouraging scholarly inquiry related to education.

*           Promoting integration of technology for teaching learning success.

*           To discuss the innovative ideas and Best practices being followed in Teaching-Learning and Evolution.

*           To Re-define the Role of the Teachers in nurturing Higher Education.

*           To discuss the Evolution Process and Reforms in Higher Education.

*           To deliberate upon the present scenario and challenges before Higher Education in India.

Discussion Themes

·     Role of Teaching, Learning and Evaluation in Higher Education

·     Teaching Techniques in Higher Education

·     Role of ICT in Teaching – Learning

·     Innovations in Teaching-Learning process

·     Challenges before Teaching-Learning process

·     Innovations and Best Practices in Higher Education

·     Role of Teachers in nurturing Higher Education

·     Evolution Process and Reforms in Higher Education

·     Student performances and Learning outcomes

·     Methods of Evolution and Conduct of Examinations

·     Courses of Study and Syllabi

·     Issues of Governance in Higher Education

·     Role of Leadership and Management in Higher Education

·     Issue of Autonomy and Accountability in Higher Education

·     Role of Ethics and Values in Higher Education

·     Role of Assessment and Accreditation towards improving the Quality of Education

 

Call for Papers

The original and unpublished research papers are invited on the theme and sub-themes of the seminar from the eminent scholars.The abstract should be limited to 200 words and full paper should not be more than 3500 words. The Abstract / full paper should include title of the paper, full name of the author/ authors and institutions and contact number.  The Abstract / full paper should be sent to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

Important Dates

Last date for Abstract Submission         March 10, 2016

Notification of acceptance                     March 12, 2016

Last date for full paper                          March 14, 2016

Registration Fee

Paper Presenters                             Rs. 1000/-

Delegates                                        Rs. 500/-

All payments should be made by DD/cheque in favour of Principal DAV College, Jalandhar payable at Jalandhar

 

Chief Patron                                   Patron                                                          Principal, IQAC Co-ordinator

Sh. Punam Suri                             Dr. Satish K. Sharma                                    Dr. B B Sharma

President, DAVCMC, New Delhi     Director (Colleges) DAVCMC, New Delhi         Director-Seminar

 

 

For detail please Contact:

Convener Seminar, Sharad Manocha, 0914814825

Organising Secretary, Sonika Dania, 9914140790

Associate Organising Secretary, Dr. Dinesh Arora, 9814861848

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National Seminar - Good Governance in India: Initiatives, Challenges & Prospects

National Seminar
on
Good Governance in India : Initiatives, Challenges & Prospects
 
Sponsored by
ICSSR North-Western Regional Centre, Chandigarh
on
February 20, 2016
 
Organised by
Post-Graduate Department of Political Science
DAV College, Jalandhar
 
 
Theme of Seminar
Good governance has become a perfect sound bite for the present age. It has become a buzzword in the vocabulary of political and administrative reforms. It is also used as synonymous to sound development management. It first emerged in the mid-1980s as governability with the emphasis on adherence to the rule of law. In 1989, the World Bank study “Sub-Saharan Africa-from Crisis to Sustainable Growth”, the term 'Governance' was first used to describe the need for institutional reforms and efficient public sector in Sub-Saharan countries. It defined governance as “the exercise of political power to manage a nation's affairs.” 
Historically, the idea of Good Governance is as old as Indian civilization. In ancient India, the rulers were bound by dharma, popularly called 'Raj Dharma', which precisely meant for ensuring good governance to the people. 
When during 1990s World Bank raised the issue of governance, this immediately became an issue of concern for India. The different five year plans give importance to this concept of Good Governance. A number of initiatives have already been taken for improving the quality of governance in India like RTI Act 2005, RTE and MGNREGA etc. However, despite achieving success on several counts, there are still many challenges for the governance system in our country.
Sub Themes
o Good Governance  in  Ancient Indian Society
o Minimum Government and Maximum Governance
o E-Governance  a key to Good Governance
o Right to Information Act and Good Governance in India
o Right to Education and Good Governance
o Social Security Schemes and Good Governance
o Role of Judiciary in Good Governance
o Politics on the issue of Good Governance
o Political Parties and issue of Good Governance
o Challenges of Good Governance in India
o Civil Society and Good Governance
o Role of Media and Good Governance
o Civil Services set up and Good Governance.
o Corporate Governance in India
o Prospects of Governance in India
 
Call for Papers
The original and unpublished research papers are invited on the theme and sub-themes of the seminar from the eminent scholars. The abstract should be limited to 200 words and full paper should not be more than 3500 words. Abstract / full paper should be sent at email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
 
Important Dates
Last date for Abstract Submission January 10, 2016
Notification of accepted papers January 15, 2016
Last date for full  paper Submission January 31, 2016
 
Registration Fee
Academics Rs. 300/-
Research Scholar Rs. 200/-
Student Rs. 100/-
All payments should be made by DD in favour of Principal, DAV College, Jalandhar payable at Jalandhar.
 
Contact 
Dr. B B Sharma (Convenor)
Head, Department of political Science
Mobile : 98148-62367
E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
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National Conference on Governance, Reforms and Development in India

Two-Day ICSSR Sponsored National Conference on Governance, Reforms and Development in India will be held on On March 11-12, 2016.

 

For details, visit conference website - http://www.davjalandhar.com/conferences/2015-16/grdi/index.php

Conference Schedule

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National Conference On Advances in Agricultural Science & Biotechnology

National Conference On Advances in Agricultural Science
&
Biotechnology
February 28, 2015 (National Science Day)
 
 
Organised by
DAV College, Jalandhar
(Re-accredited with 'A' grade by NAAC)
Download Registration Form here
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Workshop on Computer Awareness

College is organising Workshop on Computer and Internet Awareness (from June 20 to June 27, 2014).


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International Conference on Modeling, Simulation and Optimizing Techniques

International Conference on Modeling, Simulation and Optimizing Techniques (ICMSOT - 2015) scheduled to be held from 12-14 Feb, 2015.

Click here for details.

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Multi-Disciplinary 1 Day National Seminar

Multi-Disciplinary 1 Day National Seminar

Translation in Contemporary Scenario

28 April, 2014

 

Translation studies as an independent genre/discipline is gaining currency in the wake of spread of knowledge. The constantly increasing love and demand for translation the world over as brought about a sea change in the concept and character of translation. From linguistic to textual and moving on to present cultural theories on translation studies, the debate of translation is raising fresh questions on translation. Hence, words like translation, transliteration, transcreation, substitution or transference of content/ meaning from source language to target language need to be understood in the right perspective. To deliberate on such vital issues related to translation, the Dept. of English is organising 1-Day National Seminar on 28 April 2014 as per following details.  

We seek Participation of your teachers from the Faculty of Languages (Hindi, Punjabi, English, History, Political Science, Public Administration, Library Science, etc.) in the seminar as a delegate/paper presenter. Brief information about the seminar is as follows:

Theme and Sub Theme

Main Theme

             Translation in Contemporary Scenario

Sub Themes

 •            Translation and Creativity

•             Challenges of literary Translation

•             Translation in Indian Context

•             Role of Translator

•             Scientific Translation

•             Techniques of Translation

•             Translation: Art or Craft ?

•             Employment Avenues in Translation

•             Role of Govt. Agencies for Enrichment of Translation

•             Critical Study of a Translated Work

 

Call for Papers

Original Contributions relevant to the seminar are welcome as per the following specifications:

1.            Length of the paper upto 4000 words, single space, 12 point font size, Times new roman, MSWord.

2.            Abstract should be of 300 words including keywords, methodology, sample of population and findings.

3.            Follow API style of reference for references and cited work. For more details click http://www.apastyle.org

4.            Paper should mention Name/Names of author(s), addresses (postal and email) and mobile numbers.

5.            Paper should be based on original research.

6.            Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings with ISBN.

7.            Papers should be mailed to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

8.            Hard copy of the paper should be submitted on the day of seminar.

 

Important

•             Last date for Submission of Abstracts of Papers 15.4.2014

•             Last date for submission of full papers 23.4.2014

•             Registration Fee  Rs. 300/- (on the Spot)

•             Papers Presented during the seminar shall be published in form of a book with ISBN

 

For Queries/details contact Dr. Anoop Kumar at 098148-14822, Prof. Sharad Manocha 098148-14825

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2-Day National Conference by Commerce Department

2-Day National Conference on
"Corporate Regulatory Reforms - Perspective, Issues & Challenges Under New Company Law"
On March 8-9, 2014

Organised by
PG Department of Commerce
DAV College, Jalandhar 144 008 (Pb.)

Download Registration Form here

Visit conference webpage here