Lahore, July 09, 2021 (PPI-OT):A 3-Days Teacher’s Training under the Faculty Development Program on “Countering Violent Extremism, Leadership and Critical Thinking for Selected Faculty Members” was held by the Institute of Applied Psychology, University of the Punjab in collaboration with Media Training and Research Center (MTRC) and Inter University Consortium for promotion of Social Sciences (IUCPSS). The focal person of the training program, Prof. Dr. Altaf Ullah Khan, Dean Faculty of Humanities, FC College and Director Institute of Applied Psychology, Prof. Dr. Rafia Rafique introduced the session with sharing the objectives of the project. More than 20 faculty members attended the 3-Days Training Program.
The content focused around improvisation of teaching skills in the classroom settings by inculcating creativity, critical thinking, tolerance and leadership among students. Moreover, promoting peace and ways to resolve conflicts on campus and in the classroom is crucial for the future and mental health for both the teachers and the students. Following online events, it was an on-campus program after a long break ensuring SOPs that resulted in an interactive 3 days session. The 3- days training program was concluded by the Certificate Distribution Ceremony by Prof. Dr. Umbreen Javaid Dean faculty of social sciences followed by closing keynote speech by Prof. Dr. Rafia Rafique.
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University of the Punjab
Quaid-e-Azam Campus, Lahore, Pakistan