Human Development and Empowerment Advisor and International Trainer, Prof Hayatuallah “Ateed” has conducted a Seminar about the Teaching of the Curriculum to the Lecturers of the Directorate of Religious Universities and Specialties

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Wed, Jun 29 2022 11:05 AM
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Human Development and Empowerment Advisor and International Trainer, Prof Hayatuallah “Ateed” has conducted a Seminar about the Teaching of the Curriculum to the Lecturers of the Directorate of Religious Universities and Specialties

In that seminar, the president of the curriculum, Mufti. Abdul Rawoof “prahi”, the president of Specialties, Sheikh Abdul Malik “Niazai” and the lecturers of Specialties were present while the International Trainer was online then.
The seminar was named (Active Teacher), so Prof. Hayatuallah “Ateed” has given a lecture about Teaching Methodology, Implementation of the Curriculum, Characteristics of the Teacher, Undergraduate Identity, Conveying of Message, and he also answered all the questions which were asked by the participants.
The Trainer has also urged on the lecturers for having strong ethics with undergraduates,
And also the president of the specialties, sheikh Abdul Malik “Niazai’ thanked from the respected Trainer and considered the seminar productive for the lecturers and asked for more support.
It should not be left untold that it was the 2nd day of the Seminar which was conducted by the Directorate of Religious Universities and Specialties for the aim of capacity building of the lecturers.

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