Guwahati/ 17th June’2017: The Dibrugarh Hanumanbax Surajmall Kanoi
College (DHSKC) took its first breath in 15th June, 1945 in Dibrugarh today organised Dr L P Dutta memorial national seminar on ‘new outlook to the challenges of higher education’ in its 72nd foundation day.
Eminent resource person Dr H S Sharma,Pro Vice-Chancellor of Mewar University of Rajasthan was the specialacademician in this seminar. Dr H S Sharma says, “Students need to develop their creativity and skills apart from their normal academic schedule and
appealed to the teaching community to identify the skills in the students and
try and nurture the same.” “The students must enjoy the activities which they
do,” he added.
Dr Sharma further said, “To be a successful teacher one has to enjoy their own profession and think critically for the overall development of the students.” University Grand Commissions must try to focus about the needs and their present environment of the student’s environment through different perspective from corners of the country.
Dr Rupam Saikia, Director of College Development Council at Dibrugarh University addressed the key note in the seminar. He underlined about critical thinking is a need of the hour and is one of the challenges of higher education in India at present.
The other resource persons present in the seminar were Dr Binod Borah, Deputy Registrar at Dibrugarh University, Dr Manashi Gogoi, Associate Professor, Department of Education, Dibrugarh University and Professor Jiten Hazarika, Department of Statistics at Dibrugarh University. They discussed issues pertaining to challenges in higher education including introduction of Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) in the undergraduate courses.