Faculty Development Programme (FDP) on


25th Sep to 30th Sep, 2017


Technological development is transforming the ways of working, networking and communicating, and new global megatrends are increasingly shaping the future and the way we understand the world. These include increasing global interconnectedness, as well as rapid advances in technological development, digitalization, robotisation, virtualization and artificial intelligence. New business concepts built around the on-demand principle and the digital platforms connecting workers with specific tasks or services (also known as ‘Uberisation’) are further spreading to new areas. As a result the importance of management education has increased many folds.

Management education is increasingly operating in global environment. This forces education providers to find ways to utilize new areas of educational demand, to strengthen their position as credible actors and to prepare their students for the changing international environment.

Technological development will continue to challenge the teaching methods and modes of delivering management education. This requires the providers of education to be willing and capable to respond to this challenge by making online learning an integral part of their educational offerings. Especially web-based management simulations can be an effective way to develop analytical and critical thinking skills of current and future leaders.

Changes in the environment and skill demands challenge the management education providers to develop their programmes, pedagogic models and learning environments to educate management professionals who have the analytical skills to understand and critically evaluate the complexity of the environment as well as good leadership and interpersonal skills. Although the current and future student generations are ‘digital natives’ who are comfortable using the latest technology in all the spheres of everyday life, teachers and educators are still in the process of transforming their teaching to match the diversified learning styles. This FDP would be our little initiative in the direction of digitizing the trainers and business educators.


The major focus of the FDP is on upgrading the teaching, training, and research skills of management teachers and giving them an opportunity to acquaint themselves with recent developments in teaching and research methods. The programme enables participants to develop competence in general management education as well as in management research and pedagogy.

This Faculty Development Programme (FDP) is designed to;

  • Enhance teaching and digital skills
  • Make participants aware about modern teaching tools and methodologies
  • Acquaint them with knowledge about current technological developments in relevant fields.
  • Impart professional practices relevant to technical education
  • Imbibe competitive teaching and learning environment


Faculty resources / Trainers are experts in their respective domain areas with vast experience of teaching, research and training

  • Mr. Pavan Chaudhary, Management Guru, CEO- Vygon Industries
  • Mr. S. C. Kapoor, Professor (HR), JIMS, Rohini
  • Dr. A. S. Rao, SPSS Analyst
  • Dr. Namita Rajput, Principal, Aurobindo College (E), University of Delhi
  • Dr. S. K. Jain, Adjunct Professor & Former Head, Department of Management, IIT Delhi
  • Dr. S. R. Singhvi, Professor (Marketing), IMT Ghaziabad
  • Mr. Suneel Keswani, Soft Skills Trainer
  • Dr. R. K. Sharma, Professor (Finance), BVIMR, New Delhi
  • Dr. Preety Wadhwa, Professor (Marketing), JIMS, Rohini - Programme Incharge


Date Schedule Session Resource Person
Monday, 25th Sep ‘17
  • Registration
  • Inauguration
  • Icebreaking session
  • Group Presentations on specialization wise pedagogy
  • Team building session
  • Dr.J.K.Goyal, Director, JIMS
  • Mr. Pawan Chaudhary
  • Dr.Preety Wadhwa
Tuesday,  26th Sep ‘17
  • Yoga for Spiritual Wellbeing
  • Conflict management
  • Big Data Analytics
  • Prof. S.C.Kapoor
  • Dr. A.S.Rao
Wednesday,  27th Sep ‘17
  • Yoga for Spiritual Wellbeing
  • Etiquettes for conducting webinars
  • MOOCs (creating, designing and implementing)
  • Soft skills in teaching
  • Dr.Namita Rajput
  • Mr.Suneel Keswani
Thursday, 28th Sep ‘17
  • Yoga for Spiritual Wellbeing
  • IPR
  • Case Study Workshop
  • Dr.S.K.Jain
  • Dr.S.R.Singhvi

Friday, 29th Sep ‘17

  • Yoga for Spiritual Wellbeing
  • Financial econometrics – regression –(e-views)
  • Time series - SPSS
  • Dr.R.K.Sharma

Saturday, 30th Sep ‘17

  • Debriefing Session
  • Valedictory
  • Dr.J.K.Goyal
  • Dr.Preety Wadhwa


Monday to Friday

Morning session9:30 am to 11.00 am
Tea break11.00 am to 11:30 am
Pre-lunch session11:30 am to 1:00 pm
Lunch 1:00 pm to 1:45 pm
Post lunch session1:45 pm to 3:00 pm
Tea 3:00 pm to 3:15 pm
Evening session3.15 pm to 4.30 pm


Session / High Tea9:30 am to 11.30 am


Lecture / Demonstration / Presentation / Hands-on / Activity
Note: Participants are required to carry their laptops for the above sessions


The FDP has been designed for faculty and researchers working in management schools, universities, colleges and professional institutions. However entrepreneurs and business executives having inclination towards teaching and research, may also participate


Jagan Institute of Management Studies,
3, Institutional Area, Sector-5, Rohini, Delhi - 110085


Rs.6,000/- per participant. (This includes refreshment, lunch, stationery, etc.)

Certificate of Participation shall be provided to all the delegates and participants


For any query / nomination,
kindly visit;
For Registration Click Here
Or contact:
Dr.Sumesh Raizada,
[email protected]
(M) 9650758671, 011-45184023, 001, 002
Jagan Institute of Management Studies,
3, Institutional Area, Sector-5, Rohini, Delhi -85