Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University
Approved Under 12(b) & 2(f) of UGC Act 1956
Ranked 85th in Engineering Universities/Institutes and Top 100 Business Schools in National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF 2019) declared by MHRD, Govt. of India.

Faculty Development Centre (FDC) of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University (SMVDU), Katra.

The Ministry of Human Resource Development has recently upgraded Human Resource Development Centre (HRDC) at SMVDU to Faculty Development Centre (FDC), SMVDU under Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya National Mission on Teachers and Teaching (PMMMNMTT) Scheme.

The aim of Faculty Development Centre is to equip the individuals, belonging to different fields of work, with necessary skills to meet the ever mounting challenges and inculcate in them the pride of belonging to the particular profession to which they belong. The prime objective of the FDC is to cater to the needs of the teachers/ principals, research scholars, non-academic staff and to enhance their knowledge/skills through systematic course work and methodologies.

Vision

To inculcate among teachers the motivations to promote institutional effectives through the development of personal, instructional, organizational and professional growth of faculty.

Mission

  • To promote organizational strategies for faculty development so as to incentivize teachers to grow professionally and enable the institutions to grow.
  • Faculty development is expected to result in improved teaching performance and better learning outcomes for students and teachers.
  • Promotes new ways of thinking about the student-teacher relationship, and increased commitment to educational scholarship.
  • Developing all round skills are a prominent aspect for faculty development.

Scope

Faculty development is an essential element of Institutional effectiveness. The extent to which the institution supports faculty development will be strongly reflected in levels of the engagement in learning activities, conduct of research and ultimately fulfilling the objectives and goals of the university. Faculty who engage in professional development experiences benefit also in terms of increased vitality, better informed in terms of development taking in various spheres of education and allied fields, innovations and scholarly learning. Moreover, faculty professional development contributes to the effective use of emerging technologies and establishes a firm foundation for the overall development of high quality programs and curricular.
Faculty development programmes include the four possible types of development: personal (interpersonal skills, career development, and life planning issues); instructional (course design and development, instructional technology); organizational (ways to improve the institutional environment to better support teaching); and professional (ways to support faculty members so that they fulfil their multiple roles of teaching, research, and service). Faculty development has a critical role to play in promoting academic excellence and innovation.

Team Members of Faculty Development Centre at SMVDU

  • I)

Prof. (Dr.) D. Mukhopadhyay, Dean, FoM/FoHSS

 -      Coordinator

  • II)

Dr. Uday Pratap Singh, Associate Prof., SoM

 -      Co-Coordinator

  • III)

Dr. Balbir Singh, Associate Prof., SoME

 -      Co-Coordinator

  • IV)

Dr. Ratna Chandra, Assistant Professor, SoBT

 -      Co-Coordinator

  • V)

Dr. Madhu Mangal Chaturvedi, Assistant Professor, SoP&C

 -      Member

  • VI)

Dr. Vijay Kumar Sharma, Assistant Professor, SoECE

 -      Member

  • VII)

Dr. Manoj Kumar Verma, Assistant Prof., SoCSE

 -      Member

  • VIII)

  Mr. Anoop Kumar Sharma, AP, SoALD

 -      Member

  • IX)

  Mr. Samir Vohra, Assistant Registrar 

 -      Technical Officer

  • X)

  Ms. Kanchan Gupta

 -      Section Officer

Annexure:

The function of the cell is to look into the complaints lodged by any student, and judge its merit. The Grievance cell is also empowered to look into matters of harassment. Anyone with a genuine grievance may approach the department members in person, or in consultation with the officer in-charge Students’ Grievance Cell.

Objective:

The objective of the Grievance Cell is to develop a responsive and accountable attitude among all the stakeholders in order to maintain a harmonious educational atmosphere in the institute.
A Grievance Cell should be constituted for the redressal of the problems reported by the Students of the College with the following objectives:

    • Upholding the dignity of the School by ensuring strife free atmosphere in the School through promoting cordial Student-Student relationship and Student-Teacher relationship etc.
    • Encouraging the Students to express their grievances / problems freely and frankly, without any fear of being victimized.
    • Advising all staffs to be affectionate to the Students and not behave in a vindictive manner towards any of them for any reason.
    • Ragging in any form is strictly prohibited in and outside the institution. Any violation of ragging and disciplinary rules should be urgently brought to the notice of the Principal.

Students can submit their grievance on UGC portal also https://ugc.ac.in/grievance

Students can also submit their grievance using this link Candidate/Student Grievance

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Rules and Forms (IRDU):

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Notifications:

IRDU Notifications - [Archive]

Ph.D. Result
School of Languages and Literature
Faculty of Management
School of Business
School of Economics
Faculty of Engineering
School of Energy Management
School of Mechanical Engineering
School of Electronics & Communication Engineering
School of Computer Science & Engineering
School of Architecture & Landscape Design
School of Biotechnology
School of Electrical Engineering
School of Civil Engineering
Faculty of Science

The following are the contact number of the staff who will be available for the maintenance work of SMVDU (Residential / Academic and Hostel Area)

S.No. Name Designation Mobile No.
1. Sh. Ashok Sharma Dy. University Engineer 9419121929
2. Sh. M.K. Pandita JE - Electrical 9419114811
3. Sh. Deepak Sharma JE - Civil 9419103492
4. Sh. Tej Pal Supervisor 9622206008
5. Sh. Sanjay Kumar Helper Electrician 7780994127

NPIU, TEQIP-III Equity Action Plan:

 

TEQIP- III Notification

M.Sc. Economics Integrated
Lateral Entry Result
Ph.D. Result
Faculty of Management
School of Business
School of Economics
Faculty of Engineering
School of Computer Science & Engineering
School of Electronics & Communication Engineering
School of Mechanical Engineering
School of Biotechnology
School of Energy Management
School of Architecture & Landscape Design
Faculty of Science
School of Physics
School of Mathematics
Faculty of Humanities & Social Science
School of Languages & Literature




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