15 April 2017
The week-long National Faculty Development Programme (FDP) at MCM DAV College for Women, aimed at enhancing the skills of faculty in higher education, entered its third day today. The programme received enthusiastic response from the participants as it is tailored specifically to augment the competency of faculty through extensive coverage of wide-ranging topics.
The third day was dedicated to honing the skills of faculty in using statistical software-SPSS. All the three highly informative sessions of the day were conducted by Dr. Amit Lal, Assistant Professor, Department of Humanities and Management, Dr. B. R. Ambedkar National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar. Dwelling into the fundamentals of research, basics of SPSS, role of SPSS in research, Dr. Lal also held practical sessions on the usage of the software with adequate examples to enable the participants grasp the nuances of SPSS. The participants found the sessions extremely beneficial.
Principal Dr. Nisha Bhargava said that programmes like this are of essence in giving an impetus to quality in higher education and the way the content of this programme has been planned, the diversity of the topics will widen the horizons of the participants and stimulate competency in dissemination of knowledge.