IMS Ghaziabad Organized the Premier AICTE UKIERI ‘Further Education Leadership & Management Training Workshop-III’


Ghaziabad: IMS Ghaziabad hosted the prestigious AICTE- UKIERI “Further Education Leadership and Management Training Workshop-III” for academic leaders across India under the Technical Education Leadership Development Programme (TELDP) consecutively for the third time. The 3-Day Workshop was organized by the institute from March 21-23, 2022 in Collaboration with All India Council of Technical Education, Dudley College (United Kingdom) and British Council. 

The Inaugural Session was graced by renowned Master Trainers selected by AICTE, Dr. Urvashi Makkar, Director, IMS Ghaziabad; Dr. Neelam Srivastava, Professor & Head, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Institute of Engineering &Technology, Lucknow; Dr. Vandana Arora, Director & Professor, Lloyd Institute of Management & Technology; Dr. Pooja Tripathi, Professor & Head, IT, Indraprastha Engineering College and Dr. Monica Verma, Professor, IMS Engineering College. The previous two workshops were hosted by the institute from January 18-21, 2022 and November 23-26, 2021.

As part of the Change Management Project assigned to the delegates, in depth presentations were made by them on the current changes implemented in their respective institutions. Enriched by deliberations from the expert Master Trainers, the workshop was instrumental in enhancing the cognitive faculty, critical thinking and problem solving skills of the delegates.

The rigorous initiative is witnessing participation of over 150 academic leaders in a series of 8 different workshops being conducted all across the country by 40 Master Trainers from across India, selected by AICTE with the vision to spread the Leadership Trainings throughout the country.  It is providing delegates with an overview of the key leadership and management challenges facing educational practitioners today, with a focus on the application of effective leadership and management techniques and their beneficial impact on departmental and institutional performance.

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