PANAJI: To support the implementation of an internal quality assessment system aimed at improving the government and government-aided colleges’ NIRF ranking and NAAC grade, the State has provided financial support to the institutions for the holding of faculty development programs, workshops, seminars, training sessions, and short-term quality improvement courses.
The program, which was created to encourage the advancement of high-quality teaching, learning, and research at the tertiary level, will be in effect until March 31, 2026.
According to Avelina D’Sa E Pereira, Under Secretary for Higher Education, the program aims to extend facilities to teachers and researchers by offering a forum for exchanging their research, knowledge, and experiences, thereby promoting high standards in Government and its aided colleges.
He said the program will help to develop the core of innovative ideas, processes of teaching, learning, and evaluation among faculty and students.
The program aims to bring academicians and experts from different parts of the country and abroad to exchange knowledge and ideas, provide an in-depth analysis of subjects, and update the knowledge of the teachers and s