AICTE’s Faculty Development Programme launched today by Union Education Minister Dr. RP Nishank

Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank has today launched the ATAL faculty development programme. The AICTE Training and Learning Academy (Atal Academy) is an initiative that inspires and trains faculty members from AICTE approved institutions. It offers a unique faculty development program under which training is imparted in various core areas.

As part of the launch, the Education Minister inaugurated 15 FDPs developed by the AICTE Training and Learning (ATAL) academy. The ATAL Academy has already conducted 185 offline FDPs in 2019-20 and 948 online FDPs in 2020-21 and trained more than 1 lakh faculty members throughout the country from researchers and CBSE teachers to post graduate students and industry people. For 2021-22, the academy has planned to conduct 971 programmes online, in view of COVID-19.

The event was also attended by AICTE Chairman Professor Anil Sahasrabudhe, Vice Chairman Professor M P Poonia, Member Secretary Professor Rajiv Kumar and Director, ATAL Academies, Dr RK Soni.

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