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Inaugural day of FDP

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Inaugural day of FDP

Various session of AICTE FDP was conducted on the inaugural day started at 10 AM on 12th July 2010, various activities were conducted for next 10 days as a part of AICTE sponsored Faculty Development Program [FDP]. The program was attended by individual from all across the country.

On 12th July, 2010 Monday, the Inaugural of the FDP started at 10-11:30 am.
This was also Session I of the FDP that was graced by Dr. P. K. Mishra, Vice Chancellor, DAVV as the Chief Guest and Dr. P. K., Gupta Director, IMS as
the Guest of Honor. The dignitaries appreciated Pioneer Institute by stating that this FDP will prove to be an excellent endeavor made by the institute. They highlighted on the Significance, Necessity, Rewards and Returns of Research for faculty and students. Session II was scheduled between

11:45-1:15 pm that concerted on Need for Research, esp. for Academicians. This Session was taken by Dr. V. D. Nagar, Advisory IPS Academy, who focused on the Hypothesis, Types of Hypothesis, Significance Level, identifying a Research problem, steps in the Research Process, Types of Research, Importance, Scope and implications of a Research study.

Session III was scheduled between 2:00- 3:30 pm, and was based on Research Scenario in India. The Key Note Speaker was Dr. V. K. Jain, Director, Pioneer Institute of professional Studies, Indore, who demonstrated a lecture on Research Scenario in India, Research Methodology, Types of Research, Historical Research, Descriptive Research, Phases of Research Process and Techniques drawn to define a Research Problem.

Session IV was scheduled between 3:45-5:15 pm, and was based on Challenges and Opportunities/Areas of Research. The expert was Dr. V. K. Jain, Director, Pioneer Institute of Professional Studies, Indore. He enlightened the scholars on Challenges and Opportunities in Research, Motivations in Research, and Problems in Research, Few Initiatives for Research Promotion and Suggestions for qualitative improvements.

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