Aligarh: The Centre for Distance Education, Aligarh Muslim University organized a two-day short-term training programme for cross-cadre non-teaching staff members on “Job Performance Equilibrium”. Thirty-five participants from different departments and offices attended the course.
Addressing the valedictory programme, AMU Registrar, Group Captain (Retd.) Shahrukh Shamshad said that such training programmes are a regular feature in the army. It is also essential to hold such training sessions for the University staff. He congratulated the Centre for Distance Education for taking this initiative which will go a long way in enhancing the skills of the employees and promoting a better coordination and understanding of each other.
Earlier, welcoming the guests, Dr. Md. Nafees A. Ansari, Director, Centre for Distance Education said that the training programme was spread over on seven modules that covered various aspects of administrative and organizational management aiming at providing the participants with adequate training for enhancing their job performance.
He said that the course modules included personality development, noting and drafting, filing, computation and RTI redressal.
Dr. Ansari said that the course will help participants improve their performance. He said that it was inevitable for the new generation employees to continue improving their skills in view of the competitive and multi-tasking challenges faced by them every day.
Expressing his views on the relevance of the course, Mr. Saqib Asad Khan, a participant, said that the programme was very interesting and knowledgeable and the participants learnt a lot from the lectures and interactive sessions.
The progrclmme was inaugurated by the Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, Prof. Shabahat Husain. Course Coordinator, Mr. Husain Haider conducted the programme and Mr. Masroor Hasan proposed a vote of thanks.