MANUU’s CS and IT Students shine in Bihar STET
Hyderabad: Twenty seven students pass outs from the Department of Computer Science and Information Technology, School of Technology, Maulana Azad National Urdu University have qualified Secondary Teacher Eligibility Test (STET 2019) in Computer Science subject conducted by Bihar School Examination Board, Patna held in September 2020.
According to Dr. Syed Imtiyaz Hassan, Head Department, the names of the students who qualified STET are Abdul Basit, Naiyar Iqbal, Zohra Khatoon, Mahenoor Soni, Md. Ashif Raja, Zainab Fatema, Mustafiz Sharique, Md. Mahfooz, Alam, Akram Reza Hashmi, Md. Imtiyaz Alam, Md. Sufyan Siddique, Md. Faiyaz, Md. Sohail, Alam, Md. Khalid Kamal, Md. Ahsan, Md. Nurain Alam, Md. Wasim Reza, Shams Tabrez Khan, Md. Ahteshamul Haque, Md. Modabbir Raza, Md. Jhan Nisar Akhtar, Md. Ejaz Hussain, Mohammad Minsar, Jasim Alam Mansuri, Md. Nasir Iqbal, Md. Habib Alam, Md. Salim Zafar. it is a great achievement for the Department, he said.
Prof. Abdul Wahid, Dean School of Technology, Dr. Pradeep Kumar, Associate Professor and entire fraternity of CS&IT extended best wishes to the selected students.
Prof. S M Rahmatullah, Vice-Chancellor I/c and Prof. Siddiqui Mohd. Mahmood, Registrar I/c also congratulated the qualified students and appreciated the hard work of students as well as the efforts by the Department of CS&IT.
Workshop on reflective practices inaugurated
Hyderabad: A three day online workshop on Reflective Practices for Teachers being organized by Centre for Professional Development of Urdu Medium Teachers (CPDUMT) of Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) was inaugurated yesterday.
Prof. S M Rahmatullah, Vice-Chancellor I/c while inaugurating said overall development of the society depends on quality education. Efficient teachers plays an important role in raising awareness among the students and it is the responsibility of teachers to ensure quality education.
The guest of honour, Prof. Siddiqui Mohd. Mahmood, Registrar I/c said that teachers can increase their self confidence by improving teaching practices and also can bring maturity in learning capability of the students while using their abilities.
Prof. Mohammed Abdul Sami Siddiqui, Director, Centre, delivered welcome address and Dr. Mohd Akbar, Assistant Professor convened the programme. In the first technical session, Prof. Sajid Jamal, Aligarh Muslim University gave introduction of reflective practices and answered the questions of the participants.