Speakers at NTC-2019
Prof. Miguel Sarrion
Professor Human Resources Management area
Prof. Sarrion has been a faculty in the Human Resource Management area of Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIMA) since 2016. He has a PhD from Strathclyde Business School, Glasgow, UK, an MBA from IE Business School, Madrid, Spain and graduated in Philosophy at Universidad Complutense, Madrid.
To build a pool of inspired and committed teaching fraternity who will not just impart knowledge but also use the power of education for producing and nurturing the citizens who can remain faithful to the values and ideals of a modern India and the world and sensitive to the physical and moral welfare of society and humanity.
To bring dynamism, creativity and visionary outlook in the teachers by facilitating the exchange and dissemination of ideas and best practices through interaction with peers and thought leaders of all walks of life.
We are living in knowledge era where
technology is changing fast and so is life.
— Anil Kakodkar,
Padma Vibhushan &
Eminent Scientist (Atomic Energy)
We as teachers are responsible for a better tomorrow
— Rahul Karad
Founder & Chief Convener -
National Teachers' Congress
Theme for NTC-2019
Opportunity to establish connectivity between National and International faculty of diverse backgrounds.
Start the process of peer learning that will benefit the faculty to understand diverse perspectives and think more creatively about their teaching.
To impact the future policy-making process and educational reforms of the government.
Opportunity to enrich perspective and awareness on trends that are influencing the teaching methodology.
Upgrade your skills in our workshop on current trends in teaching and learning
Opportunity for participants to network and conduct Faculty Exchange Programmes with National & International Universities.
Call for Papers
There are 8 Sub-Themes of Parallel Paper Presentation Sessions Chaired by Noted Multi-disciplinary Academicians. Participants can submit papers by 29th November. Standard Guidelines and Instructions have been provided.
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Parallel Sessions : Paper Presentation Sub-Themes
Day 1, 4th Jan- 4.00 PM to 5.00 PM
I - Leapfrogging to Future Ready Higher Education: Challenges & Opportunities
II - Future Ready Teachers & Learners: How & What?
Day 2, 5th Jan – 2.30 PM to 4.30 PM
I- Universal Value Based Higher Education
II - Water, Energy, Environment & Sustainability (WEES) : Role of Higher Education
III - STEM to STEAM : STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) to STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Mathematics)
Day 2, 5th Jan – 4.30 PM to 5.30 PM
I- Transforming Higher Education Finding Pathways and Facing Challenges
II- Mandatory PhD only for Universities. What about Colleges?
III - Future Ready: Job Seekers or Job Creators