Teachers training essential for development

September 9, 2014 Off By Web Desk

KARACHI: Dr Mohammad Ali Shaikh, Vice Chancellor of Sindh Madressatul Islam University (SMIU), has said that teachers trainings are essential for enhancement of their capabilities, skills and efficiency; hence, these must be given priority in universities, and other educational institutions.

He said this while addressing the certificate distribution ceremony on completion of five days HEC Indigenous On – Campus Training. Prominent academics participated in the training as resource persons including Abuzar Wajidi, Abbas Hussain, Dr M. Altaf Mukati, Ms. Nimrah Waseem, Dr Shahid Qureshi, Dr Manzoor Ali Isran, Fawad Soomro, Dr Kamran Siddiqui, Faraz Bandukda and others.

Dr Mohammad Ali Shaikh said it was the first time when SMI University had issued certificates to anybody after becoming a university. He said these kinds of workshops and trainings would continue, as we wanted to impart quality education and that objective can be achieved through highly qualified and trained faculty.

“Now it is a responsibility of faculty members who participated in the training to transfer their latest knowledge and skills, learnt from the training to students of SMIU,” Vice Chancellor said and added that it was a good effort on the part of Higher Education Commission to sponsor training for faculty of SMI University.

The post Teachers training essential for development appeared first on Pakistan Press International.