JAMMU, Jan 28: Two day workshop on “Internship and Project Work for Teacher Educators” was organized by PG Department of Education, University of Jammu, under Special Assistance Programme (SAP) at the level of DRS -II.
The workshop had been designed to impart knowledge of internship and project work along with hands on training to the teacher educators of different Colleges of Education affiliated to University of Jammu. The major objectives of the workshop were to enable the teacher educators to expand their knowledge and understanding of internship and project work.
The workshop was inaugurated by Prof Manoj Dhar, Vice Chancellor, University of Jammu. In his inaugural address, the VC said that understanding of Internship and Project Work in the present scenario is the need of hour. He appreciated the different component of internships and projects work like ‘Each one teach one’ and ‘Plantation drive’ and also stressed on protection of environment and control of pollution. He also encouraged the participants of the workshop to give in writing the achievement of the objectives of the two- day workshop on internship and project work.
Earlier, Prof Rajeev Rattan Sharma, Head of Department, discussed theme of the workshop highlighting its relevance for teacher educators in the present scenario.
Prof Mubarak Singh spoke about the concept of internship and project work and discussed the different components of internship and project work. He gave due importance to internship programme, its planning and organization.
Four technical sessions were taken by Prof Renu Nanda, who stressed on different components of school internship and cycle of internship. Prof Darshana Sharma explained the need of school internship in all the four semesters of B.Ed programme. Dr Madhu Singh framed objectives of internship through different activities by the participants.
Dr Sheetal Sharma and Dr Ana Bali participated in group activities along with participants respectively. Dr Kajal Manhas presented the formal vote of thanks.
The workshop was attended by over 46 participants from different Colleges of Education. 27 B Ed Colleges of Education representing almost all the districts of Jammu, four Government Degree Colleges and Bhaderwah campus of JU participated in the workshop.