The quality and standard of University education system largely depends on the quality, character, and commitment of the lecturers to their profession. Faculty Development Program (FDP) at Jain University prepares the lecturers with a sound and solid foundation of theoretical knowledge, skills, attitudes, and interests that will enhance their aptitude for teaching. It conducts various capacity building and refresher courses for the teaching faculty and aims to provide the background and skills necessary for faculty members to participate positively in the academic activities of the University. With a vision to make Jain University a more welcoming and diverse institution not only for our students but the society at large, we aim to attract the most able and creative community of scholars and nurture their development.
FDP conducted for UG teaching staff at School of Graduate Studies13 October 2015
A two-day Faculty Development Program for the entire undergraduate faculty was organized at School of Graduate Studies, Jain University, on 28 and 29 September 2015. School of Graduate Studies organizes faculty development programs every year, keeping in mind the vision of quality education with holistic development. Read More »
Faculty Development Program
03 September 2015
School of Commerce Studies, Jain University organises a Faculty Development Program for all commerce lecturers to get insights about what is largely changing from an academic delivery point of view and to enable one to continuously update oneself with the available web resources. Mrs. Asha M, Accounting Advisory Services Division- KPMG, Bangalore and Mr. Rahul Chowdhary, Associate Director with AAS, KPMG, Bangalore are the resource person for the workshop. Read More »
Research Methods using SPSS
08 and 09 June 2015
Department of Commerce, School of Commerce Studies, Jain University organizes a two day Faculty Development Program on “Research Methods using SPSS”. Dr. Vinod Kumar Murti, Academic Head, Financial Services, iNurture Education Solutions Pvt. Ltd was the resource person for the workshop. Dr. Murti explained the concept and suitability of univariate and multivariate tools for research and made the faculty apply them on given data set using SPSS. The faculty thus learned to work on SPSS and apply appropriate research tools considering research objectives and nature of available data.
Marketing is dead! Long live marketing21 January 2015
The School of Commerce and Management hosted a workshop for faculty members on the topic “Marketing is dead! Long live marketing!”. The traditional notions of marketing were challenged in this enthralling workshop by R Lakshminarayan, the CLO of iNurture Education Solutions Pvt Ltd. New modes of web-based communications and web-connected consumers redefine the role of marketing in an unprecedented manner. The workshop shed light on the complexities that marketers faced in the present era and offered meaningful solutions to it.
Faculty Development Program
17 & 19 December 2014
School of Graduate Studies, Jain University conducted a Faculty Development Program for UG lecturers. There were two sessions on all the days; a general session for all the faculty members followed by subject oriented sessions. Subject oriented sessions on each day were conducted separately for Physical Sciences; Life Sciences and Chemistry; Forensic Sciences; BCA, ISMS and Computer Science; Arts and Languages. These sessions were conducted by subject experts from academic organisations of high repute and enhanced the knowledge of faculty in the recent trends, techniques and happenings in their respective fields of study. Read More »
Teaching Accounting Way03 September 2014
The protagonist of the financial sagas of the business world, accounts is a subject that can be both confusing and captivating. School of Commerce and Management Studies, Jain University summed up the basics and the industrial elements of the balance sheets domain through a special faculty development program. The program brought forth the expert opinions of academic and industry experts. Almost 200 Faculty members and postgraduate students from well over 15-20 colleges including MES, Seshadripuram, Oxford, Al Ameen etc. participated in the program. Read More »