For the improvement of teaching skills in higher education, Faculty Development Programs plays a significant role. These programs help to continue to adapt to the growing responsibilities of faculty members and carry out more rigorous program evaluations. Faculties must support the learning of those students with diverse learning needs, and develop curricula and teaching strategies appropriate for a wide range of learning environments. For this, Arya College of engineering and IT is going to organize Three-Days Faculty Development Program in association with TEQIP-III (Rajasthan Technical University) Kota from 23rd to 25th March 2018 on Finite Element Analysis for Engineering Applications at Arya 1st Old Campus. The Chief Patron of the event will be Prof. N.P. Kaushik and Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, Kota. Interested Faculties are required to register themselves and fill the form. In the event, the total intake of the Faculty will be 50 and selection of the faculties in the program 3will be based on ‘first-come, first-serve’.
The aim of the program is to provide the participants fundamental understanding of Finite Element Analysis. From the academic point of view, they can get a clear understanding of the formulate steps involved in the finite element model development of problems. They can generate the ability to write a finite element computer module for a physical problem (e.g., the user-specified subroutine for a commercial program) along with the knowledge to teach the finite element analysis procedures to others.
Last Date of registration will be 20th March and selection notification will be sent until 21st March. The event will comprise of the special target audience that will be the faculty members from all the colleges affiliated with RTU. The arrangements for boarding and lodging will be arranged by the host institute for the participating faculties. The Institute coordinator will be Dr Manu Gupta and the RTU Faculty Coordinator will be Dr Rajesh Singhal. The program allowed the participants to develop better problem-solving skills, methods to approach to mathematically modelling situations and ability to conceive the non-obvious or general facets of moderately complex engineering situations. For more details, Contact on email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Home Page