Faculty Development Program On “Enhancing Moral, Ethical and Emotional Competencies in Pharmacy Students: The Need for Paradigm Shift in Pedagogy at COP, Bela, Punjab

Faculty Development Program On “Enhancing Moral, Ethical and Emotional Competencies in Pharmacy Students: The Need for Paradigm Shift in Pedagogy at COP, Bela, Punjab

Date of seminar  :   October 5, 2019 to October 19, 2019

Venue :  COP, Bela

Organizer :  Amar Shaheed Baba Ajit Singh Jujhar Singh Memorial College of Pharmacy, Bela Ropar (Punjab)

Organizing secretary :  Prof Shailesh Sharma

Email Id of conference :   director@copbela.org

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Pharmacy institutions have a major role to play in preparing the younger generation for a propitious future. Apart from communicating quality education, there is an instant need to instill high ethical values and practices amongst the student’s fraternity. The role of moral, ethical and emotional competency in pharmacy students is imperative because the integrity of the profession depends on it. Research in India and abroad infer that, only moral and ethical practices can actualize the true essence of pharmacy teaching and learning in pharmaceutical institutes have strong social and emotional components. A key challenge in 21st century pharmacy and technical faculties involves in developing these competencies is usually understand by the students, even though it is of prime importance. Thus the need for such pedagogy arises. FDP will benefit the pharmacy and technical teachers and the academicians who emphasizing the importance of moral, ethical and emotional competencies.

Elements of good teaching
How to develop moral, ethical and emotional competencies in students?
How to prepare graduates for field related challenges?
Highlights of new syllabus of UG and PG?
Recent development on pharmaceutical technology
Innovations in pharmaceutical research
How to maintain equilibrium while practicing professional assignments?
Stress management in the current scenario
New teaching and learning strategies
Skill enhancement strategies
40 participants from different AICTE approved institutions (Diploma /Degree) and university departments of this region (Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Chandigarh and Rajasthan and others) can participate in this FDP. The target audience includes junior Faculty Members, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor and Preceptors, working as regular, permanent, contract or guest faculty members engaged in teaching pharmacy subjects in different institutions.

Selection will be on the basis of qualification and experience as well as AICTE guidelines. No registration fee shall be charged. For further details and updates visit www.copbela.org

Outstation participants from AICTE approved institutes will be given TA as per AICTE norms. Boarding and Lodging of selected participants will be provided in college hostels on prior request.

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