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Jaipur to host two-day seminar on 'Effective Educational Leadership'
A two-day seminar on 'Effective Educational Leadership' is being organized on December 29 and 30 at the Jaipuria Institute of Management in Jaipur for faculty members working in higher education institutions.

According to the concept note of the seminar, "Faculty members are not only meant to be an educators, but they are also expected to play the role of a visionary, an efficient administrator, a role model for students, a mentor for teaching and non-teaching staff and a brand ambassador for parents. A faculty is expected to foster a positive climate for institutional development. As an effective leader, faculty needs to adopt stakeholder perspective wherein student-centricity assumes paramount significance."

"The focus of the program is to build leadership and a culture of excellence in educational institutions. The program will focus on bringing alignment between vision and values, helping participants look inside themselves so as to improve their personal," state the organizers of the event.

Besides the inaugural address by Dr Lalit Kishore, a Jaipur-based educator honoured by Commonwealth Award, there will be technical sessions on the topics such as Educational Landscape and it's Challenges and Stakeholder Expectations; Building Student-Centric Learning Culture; Elements of Effective Teaching; Elements of Effective Teaching; Elements of Effective Educational Leadership; Effective Student Engagement; Leveraging Technology for Effective Teaching-Learning; Research and Publication as a Tool of Effective Teaching.

The technical sessions will be facilitated by Dr David Wyant of University in Nashville Tennessee; William Stroube of School of Public Health at the University of Evansville, USA. Prof Ashish Chandra of Healthcare Administration, College of Business University in Houston, USA; and Dr Prabhat Pankaj, Director of Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur.

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