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The Conference has few keynote sessions by the experts in a plenary session and parallel sessions. The participants are required to submit the abstract and theme based papers as per the tentative schedule as drawn below:
The School of Vocational Studies (SVS) at AUD was launched in 2017 as part of the university’s vision to reach out to youths of Delhi to pursue full-time or part-time tertiary education for getting prepared to participate effectively in the fast-growing economy through acquisition of skills and quality livelihood. The vision of the School of Vocational Studies is to become leader in vocational education sector by striving equity and social justice, with excellence by providing unique, updated and industry relevant learning experiences to its students.
SVS prioritizes in developing such academic programmes that may provide students with the required skill-set and strong academic grounding for meaningful employment and to become an enlightened citizen. The programmes are envisaged in such a manner that it focuses not only to fill the gaps as skilled professional for the relevant industries but also enable them to become self-employed, entrepreneurs, creators and generators of jobs for many more youths in their vicinity.
SVS follows the University Grants Commission’s (UGC) guidelines for implementing the academic programmes. Currently it offers three vocational programmes with multiple entry and exit options that lead to Certificate, Diploma, Advanced Diploma and Bachelor of Vocation (BVoc) degree in areas such as- (1) BVoc Early Childhood Centre Management and Entrepreneurship (ECCME), (2) BVoc Retail Management and (3) BVoc Tourism and Hospitality.
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National Conference on “21st Century Skills: Implications for Skill Development Programmes”
March 12-13, 2020 School of Vocational Studies, Ambedkar University Delhi
The Conference will have following theme and sub-theme:
1. CONCEPTUALISING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS
a. 4 ‘Cs’ (Critical thinking, Creativity, Collaboration, Communication)
b. 4’Cs’ in professional development
c. Contextualising 4 ‘Cs’ in higher education
2. PEDAGOGICAL FRAMEWORK OF THE 21ST CENTURY SKILLS
a. Institutionalising 21st Century Skills
b. Paradigm shift in classroom transaction
c. Teacher Empowerment Programmes
3. 21ST CENTURY SKILLS AND ITS LINKAGES WITH SKILL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES (VOCATIONAL EDUCATION)
a. Identification of linkages with skill development process
b. Contextualising with Vocational education
c. 4’Cs in vocational pedagogy
4. TOOLS & TECHNOLOGY TO SUPPORT DEVELOPING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS
a. Technological support to students for critical learning
b. Technology integration in the classrooms& OER practices
c. Researching 21st Century Skills
PROPOSED DATE OF THE CONFERENCE & VENUE:
March 12-13, 2020
India International Centre (IIC), Max Muller Marg, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi.
No Conference Fee is charged from the participants those are presenting the papers.
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE:
Academics from the universities and colleges, Professionals from industries and NGOs, policy makers, government officials involved in skill development programmes, students of vocational programmes, etc.
ACCOMMODATION AND TRAVEL
Participants need to make their own stay arrangements and travel. University will not bear any expenses towards travel or accommodation.
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