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The Higher Education Commission has been set up to facilitate the development of the universities of Pakistan to be the centers of education, research and development at internal level. Higher education plays a pivotal role in the development of both human resource and modern societies as it enhances social, cultural and economic development, active citizenship and ethical values. By promoting learning and the advancement of knowledge, the HEC aims to assist in the building of a modern, progressive and tolerant society that values the dignity of labour, craftsmanship, the spirit of enquiry, critical and independent thought, and public duty. Its goal is to mobilise financial, facilitating institutions. The HEC intends to play its part in spearheading the building of a knowledge based economy in Pakistan. Key issues are the quality of education imparted to the graduate and its relevance to the economy. A well-educated graduate is the building block of a knowledge based economy, and it is for technical, the human and social initiated resources within for enhancing the quality of educational institutions, and for reform process these


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the communication gaps appeared in their daily instructions. discussion. questioning/ answering. generally lacking in the new faculty members. • Competency in assessment and evaluation of student work. seminars. tutorials. Objectives The training programme envisages enabling newly inducted university teachers to become more effective mediator of the curriculum and facilitator of student learning through effective organisation and application of the competencies necessary for university level teaching such as: • Competency in communication skills. assignments. -5- . course work Programme and process. As a result. In order to fulfil the demands. Higher Education Commission has initiated Faculty Professional Development Programs focusing both on contents as well as teaching methodology. but not in the area of Pedagogy. demonstration. • Competency in their motives for further studies in their specific subject areas leading to PhDs. The Communication / Teaching Skills are pre-requisite for effective learning and teaching process. lecturing. workshop and project works. which is.10th FPDP Report Faculty Professional Development Program The entry qualification for a university teacher is Master’s Degree or its equivalence in their subject area. which ultimately affect the classroom learning.

29 participants from institution of higher learning all over the country attended the program (List of participants attached as Annexure—I). (Adviser Quality Assurance and Learning Innovation). Riaz Hussain Qureshi. educational psychology. Dr. The Higher Education Commission has organized nine programs and the 10th Faculty Professional Development Program was launched on June 2. Nine such Programs so far have been organized by Department of Learning Innovation in which faculty members of different Public Universities / Colleges were trained to conduct the short courses/ workshops and seminars in their institutions. social demands and overall socialisation. • Competency in the effective use of audio-visual aids and instructional media including computers and other educational technologies. -6- .10th FPDP Report • Competency in academic profession. philosophies of education with emphasis on the Islamic Philosophy of education. 2008. the inaugural of the Program was conducted by Prof. staff student relations and students affairs. This is a milestone for the Learning Innovation Department for successfully organizing consecutive Professional Development Programs to cater the needs of HE Faculty.

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will resume duty. Resource Persons were identified all around  Pakistan and arrangements for travel.  The nominees represented both the genders from all provinces /areas of Pakistan and each nominated faculty members was treated on duty during the duration of the program and on his / her return. These principles were formulated to enhance the effectiveness of the course and to achieve all the set objectives. the nominations for appropriate  ii) Mechanism Followed In view of recommendations given by the participants of ninth batch10th FPDP was refined by adopting the following mechanism of discipline and conduct. boarding & lodging were made. Once nominations were received.10th FPDP Report Methodology and Mechanism of the Program i) Nominations For calling nominations for 10th FPDP following steps were followed:  Suitable nominations of faculty members were called from different public sector universities. -8- . a committee scrutinized grouping.

duly verified by the Head of the Institution. -9- .10th FPDP Report • Any participant exceeding more than 4 day Leave will stand ineligible for program completion certificate. • Sessions will start at 08:40 am sharp daily • Participants are required to observe punctuality during the sessions and no late entrant will be entertained • Attendance sheet will be taken back at 0855 hours. • Stipend of Rs 9000/.will be given in two stages to the participants to manage the meal requirements and room security. unavoidable emergency when put up formally through proper channel. The occupants will not be allowed to exchange the allotted rooms. • Leave request will only be entertained in case of a dire. • Free and fully furnished accommodation will be provided on sharing basis. • The occupants of the room will share all the facilities and will also be liable to pay for the damages to the HEC.

10th FPDP Report • Since all participants will be residing in the premises therefore no late entrant requests will be entertained. • Photocopying/Printouts are not allowed without the permission of FPDP Coordinator. and academic performance report will be sent to the Parent Institution. conduct. Pedagogical Skills 2. Research Skills 4. • No amendments in the attendance sheet will be allowed after its submission.10 - . • All participants will be required to wear their ID cards all the time within HEC premises for security and authentication purposes.Special Affiliated Modules 021 031 001 PDGY002-Teacher’s Role RM022- Research SAM032-Adv QA & LI .  Weekly attendance. • Each nominee will have to submit assignments/course work as required during the activities. iii) Academic Contents of the Program The contents were divided in to three pillars of learning which were further categorized to individually focus every aspect: 1.

10th FPDP Report as a Communicator.Personal & Professional Grooming Micro RM024Research Skills.CLUE PDGY011-Educational Psychology. RM022a/b. SAM036GRE/GMAT/NTS. PDGY008. PDGY012-Case (Capsim) Study IMPLEMENTATION . PDGY010.Professional & Academic Ethics.11 - . Lecture SAM032Digital Library SAM033.Research Methodology RM023. Academic SAM034. PDGY003-Designing Learning Interventions PDGY004Communication/Presentation Skills PDGY005a/b/c/dTeaching Methodology.Teaching & Assessment PDGY009-Curriculum Planning & Instructional Resource Development Skills.Mock Formal Writing Session PDGY006Innovative/Creative Teaching Techniques PDGY007Skills Computing SAM035Student’s Counseling & Mentoring Skills.

Two groups of participant faculty were made in the category of Natural Sciences and Social Sciences. theory with practical aspects. Research Skills As per new policy of Higher Education Commission Research inquiry has become very important area for the universities and faculty memebers.10th FPDP Report In accordance with the objectives of FPDP different modules were implemented with the help of well known national professors and experts in different disciplines / areas.12 - . In order to cater this demand Learning Innovation Division has included Research Skills as a separate module in which 21 sessions were specially designed in the program The Research Module was specially designed to cater the need of faculty coming from different disciplines of Natural and Social Sciences. 4 eminent Resource Persons were called . Different activities were arranged for individuals and groups. The main areas for faculty development program were as follows: Modules: 1 2 3 Research Skills Pedagogical Skills Special Affiliated Modules 1.e. The modules were taught on international aspects of learning i.

Azam University and Prof. Javed Aziz Awan from University of Agriculture. These six by sessions of introduction on Research were extended Prof. Soahila Javed from National University of Modern Languages in which participants joined as a whole group. and Review.13 - .10th FPDP Report in advance to formulate a complete package that broadly covers the area of Research Skills. The sessions on Academic writing skills were conducted by Dr. Dr. Mussaret Anwar Sheikh from Fatima Jinnah Women University. 2) Pedagogical Skills The Module of Pedagogical Skills was consisted of following sub-modules. Methodology. The description of these segments is given below: • Communication and Presentation Skills . Shahid Siddiqui. It was specially focused by the Resource Persons to specially add the needful contents of research according to the category of their Participant group. conducted special session on Research and Academic Ethics which is significant aspect of any research course. Literature Collection of data and data analysis. Faisalabad. Dr. Dr. Formulating References Bibliography were the major contents of the sessions conducted parallel after one major session on research and its need by Prof. Tariq Rahman from Quid-e. Dr.

The Resource Person. Learn learners’ name and use them 4. 13. 14. 11. 12. He conducted activities of listening and speaking skills to introduce ideas of better teaching through effective communication. Hamid Rafique Khattak. Establish credibility Anticipate potential problems Check in advance the resources and facilities Prepare an outline and follow that 8. Dr. Know the material 2. Using own words 10. Don’t intimidate other Providing overview of topic Introducing yourself to the group Giving special emphasis to the first five minutes Creating an informal settings • Educational Psychology 6 sessions were designed on Educational Psychology which were conducted by Dr. Managing appearance (Personality) 9. covered the basic introduction and modes of effective communication in his session. 7. Practicing presentation 3. 5. 6.10th FPDP Report 6 sessions were conducted on Communication and Presentation Skills required by any HE faculty.14 - . Mumtaz Fatima Jaffery from . The outline of his module is given below: 1. He made the sessions interactive and followed a discussional approach with the participants.

She discussed the main characteristics of adolescence that include the development of identity and self concept. These sessions on the Curriculum Planning & Development helped the participants in realizing the need to made objective oriented activities. She emphasized the importance of Counseling in the age of adolescent and the role of teacher. He discussed Curriculum Design and Syllabus of different Institutions with the participants. • Curriculum Planning & Development Dr. The Resource Person explained the significance of a teacher’s role in developing the personality of a student and significance of the fact that a teacher must know basic counseling techniques to guide a student and facilitate the process of learning. experimentations and emotionality etc. The sessions covered the need of a teacher to cope with psychology of students with respect to their age and cultural needs. Islamabad. RA Farooq conducted 6 sessions on Curriculum Planning & Development. His sessions focused on the need of defining Educational Objectives. confusions. She also conducted mock sessions of counseling to give a general idea to the participant in which she also suggested few techniques of stress relieving.10th FPDP Report COMSAT. • Innovative/Creative Teaching Techniques .15 - .

Result Compilation. 3. Following aspects of Testing were also discussed and practiced in the sessions: 1. 4. Pervaiz Mughal from University of Engineering and Technology. AD Maken. These sessions emphasized the integration of technology and other resources in teaching activities. Lahore conducted 8 sessions on Testing and Assessment criteria set by Higher Education Commission. 2. . The objectives of these sessions were to give orientation to the ideas of creative aspects of teaching which can enhance the learning of students. Khurrum Shahzad from National University of Science and Technology conduced 8 sessions on computing skills that can facilitate teachers in following areas: 1. The new Grading Policy was discussed in detail in which he explained the need to match system of Evaluation with international standards of learning.10th FPDP Report 6 sessions were conducted on Innovative/ Creative Teaching Techniques by Prof. Dr. • Testing & Assessment Prof. Managerial tasks of teaching 3. Research Process and Data Analysis by using MS Excel & SPSS 2. • Feasibility Objectivity Reliability Validity Computing Skills Mr.16 - .

17 - . Evaluation proformas were also developed on which teaching quality of every participant . Advanced Power Point Applications for formal presentations etc. Phase II In phase II topic were selected by the participants from their disciplines and mock session of teaching were conducted. This time Microteaching was divided in three Phases of learning and practice. Recording of the session were taken and after every presentation analysis was conducted by watching the recorded data. The participants were exposed to actual classroom instructions through micro-teaching concepts of learning. Zahid Majeed from Allama Iqbal Open University conducted 8 sessions on basic introduction and theoretical aspect of teaching and explained the idea of microteaching as a reflective approach towards analysis of teaching methodologies and evaluation. activities presentations. Attendance Record 5. • Microteaching / Teaching Practice The Focus of program was on learning which was planned and practiced group through individual and reflecting guided The practice. Phase I In phase I Mr. important aspect of this program was teaching practice.10th FPDP Report 4.

Iqbal Shah 2) Mr.10th FPDP Report was evaluated. (Microteaching Evaluation Proforma Annexure II) Phase III After a gap of two weeks the participants were required to arrange new presentation in the light of evaluation and discussions that were made in previous sessions. Fida Hussain The difference in the obtained scores of Pre and Post Microteaching Evaluation were calculated and a complete report of the performance was sent to the participant and respective Head of the Intuitions (Result attached in Annexure III.18 - . Zahid Majeed 3) Mr. Iqbal Shah from Allama Iqbal Open University was called for a third party evaluation of the final presentations. The objectives of including these sessions was to expose vide horizons of knowledge to the participants through which they can explore better reasons of learning and also have insight . Dr. The evaluation of the Microteaching was conducted by the following experts: 1) Dr. and a sample Result Card attached as Annexure IIIB) • Special Lectures The program had exclusive series of lectures by eminent resource persons from different disciplines of academia.

GMAT & NTS Preparation and . Ms Sana for Digital Library and Searching Research Based Knowledge 4. Dr. Hammad Ashraf for GRE. The Resource Persons invited for these lectures were: 1. 3. 2.19 - . Prof. Zill-e-Abbas for Personal & Professional Grooming Nigar Nazar for Cartoons as medium of Communication Orientation 5. Mr. Mukhtar Ahmad for Learning from Nature Mr.10th FPDP Report about the ongoing affairs of the present world.

On 4th July.10th FPDP Report VISIT / TOURS 1. Concluding Session The Closing Ceremony of this Program was held on July 16. Fatima Jinnah Women University. KHANASPUR VISIT On30 June. in lieu of Educational trip. Rawalpindi. A comprehensive Management participants. This trip was organized to give orientation to the system and upcoming developmental projects of the University. The participants were given luxurious accommodation and meals at HEC Rest House and enjoyed tracking from Khanaspur to Ayubia and Nathiya Gali and then came back to Islamabad via Abbotabad. 2008 second trip was arranged for recreation of the participant to Khanspur.20 - . 2008 the participants visited Fatima Jinnah Women University. 2008 in the Conference Room of C&T Building. The Chief . presentation which was was given by by all the the appreciated 2. Rawalpindi.

Certificates were given to the successful participants after this. Dr. delivered vote of thanks. Dr. Noor Amna Malik. The Ceremony started at 3:00pm with recitation of Holy Quran by Hafiz abdul Aziz followed by Mr.10th FPDP Report Guest is Member Operation and Planning. Prof. Mukhtar Ahmad. gave comments on the vision of Higher Education Commission and emphasized that improved quality of teaching is a dire need of our Nation to cope with present circumstances of turmoil and pressures. were lit by each participant. Chief Guest of the Ceremony. in end. Nafees gave comments on the success of the course in which they showed deep gratitude to the HEC for bringing people from different regions all together and making the idea of national harmony a practical dream. Dr. These programs provide forum of fruitful discussions and increase the opportunities of learning and sharing. A representative participant from the group. Riaz Hussain Qureshi reiterated in his address the need to be united and through education and research competing in the Modern world. Mukhtar Ahmad. Mr.21 - . Abdul Ghani Abro and Ms. In order to carry on the spirit of the participants 29 candles . Director General LID. Prof. Ms. Fida Hussain Director LI’s speech in which he stated the objectives of the program and achievements of introducing 298 Master Trainers in the universities of Pakistan. Prof.

Program Evaluation 1. The contents of the Pretest were developed by the Resource Persons and a pool of items were generated before the execution of the Program Random selection of items were done and a pretest was constituted based on pedagogy and basic research knowledge. All resource persons / facilitator were also evaluated by the participants at the end of their respective sessions (Detail attached as Annexure –IV). . The statistical details are given (attached as Annexure –IV). The entire Course was evaluated at the end on a set proforma. Post Test The post test was conducted in the last session to evaluate the impact of Program on the knowledge and skills of the participants.22 - .10th FPDP Report EVALUATION Pretest A Pretest was designed to evaluate the previous knowledge of the Participants before attending this Program. Resource Person Evaluation 2. The evaluation was anonymous.

The research module was highly appreciated 4. 8. Microteaching Practice helps to apply the knowledge in actual classroom instruction. Participants appreciated devoted efforts of the whole team 5.10th FPDP Report 3. A general discussion on the previous sessions always has an impact of warm-up activity. Report of each day proceedings were also prepared and presented the next day before the start of session. Electricity failure was a major trouble in the progression of sessions. FINDINGS 1. . 2. 6.23 - . Digital Library Session was very informative and it provided useful effective searching techniques for research. The contents of some Resource Persons were repeating ideas presented before. Daily report presented by all participants was a good exercise by participants because it helped them in delivering writing and observation skills. Microteaching also provides an opportunity to the participants to observe their performance and evaluate their methodology. 7. The sessions usually started 20 minutes late due to load shedding hours in the morning. The arrangement and management of tour programs was very good 3.

The duration of the training may be reduced to three sessions. Saturday should be off but lecture hall and internet access should be made available during off days. 6. Each faculty member of all Public Sector University should be given the same orientation towards teaching before joining the profession of teaching at higher education level. 2. Proper arrangements should be done to cope with the time loss during load shedding. Medical facility must be available to the participants during the stay. . 5.24 - . The number of sessions on Computer Skills and Digital Library should be increased. 4. 3.10th FPDP Report RECOMMENDATIONS 1.

Ijaz Ahmad Lecturer Mr. 21. Lahore College of Engg. 20.Khan D/O Basic Sciences & Related Studies. Chakdara Dir Department of Elect. Lahore Department of Physiology Ziauddin University. 2.& Stat. 6. Bilal Saleem Lecturer Mr. Engg. 5. 13. University of thePunjab.& Tech University of the Punjab. Name Ms.I. of Poultry Sciences NWFP Agricultural Peshawar D/O Animal Breeding & Genetics NWFP Agricultural Peshawar Department of Biology Islamabad Model College for B. D. Professor Institution Department of Chemistry KUST. 17. Maria Younus Lecturer Mr. Salman Aziz Lecturer Mr. Naila Khalid Lecturer Ms. Ms. Nauman Rahim Khan.Khan Department of Economics Gomal University. 14. F—7/2. 19. University of Agriculture Faisalabad College of Statistical & Actual Sciences. Balochistan UET Khuzdar Deptt. Zulfiqar Ali Lecturer Mr.10th FPDP Report Annexure -I- Participants’ List S# 1. Asma Riaz Lecturer Mr. 16. Lecturer Ms. Jamsoro Department of Chemistry AJ&K University Muzaffarabad Department of Applied Psychology Baghdadul Jadeed Campus Islamia University. Lahore Institute of Chemical Engg. Nafees Ahmed Lecturer Mr. 12. 4/B Shara-e-Ghalib.25 - . Block 6. NED University of Engg. Muhammad Imran Khan. G—10/4 Islamabad Department of Physics FGCW. 22. Clifton Karachi Department of Economics University of Malakand. Irum Gul Lecturer Mr. Ambreen Anjum Lecturer Mr.I. Sanaullah Khan Lecturer Hafiz Abdul Aziz Lecturer Mr.& Tech: Karachi Yaqoob. Lecturer Mr. University of Malakand. 8. D. Engg. Abdul Hafeez Lecturer Mr. Univ. Kohat Department of Zoology KUST. Muhammad Lecturer Mr. 3. Islamabad Faculty of Pharmacy Gomal University. Chakdara Dir Department of Sociology. 4. 15.& Emerging Tech University of the Punjab. 10. Muhammad Ibrahim Lecturer Mr. Kashif Ali Asstt. Mehran UET. Bahawalpur Department of Math. of Agriculture Faisalabad Department of Plant Breeding & Genetics. Muhammad Asif Memon Assistant Professor Ms. Balochistan UET Khuzdar Department of Civil Engg. 9. Kohat Department of Elect. 7. Amir Shakeel Lecturer Ms. 18. 11. Lecturer Mr. Abdul Ghani Abro Lecturer . Muhammad Naeem Ahmed.

Department of Sociology B. Saima Khan Khosa Lecturer Mr. Multan Faiz. Syed Aqeel Haider Lecturer Ms.10th FPDP Report 23. 25. NED University of Engg.U. Multan .U.Z.& Tech: Karachi Department of Statistics B.Z. Farhan Ahmed Lecturer Department of Computer & Information System Engg.26 - . 24.

10th FPDP Report Annexure -II- Microteaching Evaluation Proforma Faculty Professional Development Program HEC Campus (Evaluation Performa for Micro-Teaching Presentation) Name of Presenter: ___________________________ M. E=Skill Totally to be Learned. Set Induction • Learning readiness or motivation • From unknown to known • From easy to difficult • Rapport • Localization 3. Where A=4. Presentation • Clear concepts • Sequential organization • Exemplification • Linkages • Student’s participation • Logical positivism 4. B. C. D=Needs Much Improvement.T Cycle No: __________ Topic: _____________________________________________________________ Day: ________________________ Time: _________________________ Kindly give your rating about each aspect in the form of A.Encouraging the students to questions • Inquiry approach B C D E . D.27 - . • Give time to think • Give options for answering (volunteer) • Correct the answer if wrong • Be polite 5. Planning • Around the single concept • It was sequential • Time budget verses content 2. Fields A 1. C=Needs Improvement. B=3. Questioning • Float the question over the head of all the participants. E.

28 - . communication • Pitch of the voice • Pauses • Speed • Non-verbal communication • Humor • Pronunciation 8. Exemplification 7.10th FPDP Report • Controversies • Brain storming • Probing • Appreciating the question 6. 2. Overall rating in your view Name of Evaluator: _____________________________________ Status: Participant Organizer Resource person Any other Signature: ________________ Annexure III . 3. General • Relevant methodology • Liveliness of the teacher • Appropriate summing up • Not camera conscious • Interaction with the students • Using appropriate IT • Answering the students questions Main Plus Points: 1. 3. Main Minus Points 1. 2.

5 +8 -2 +5 +10.5 09 10 11.5 16.5 18.5 +14.5 +2 Basic Sciences and Related Studies Irum Gul Zoology Kashif Ali Biology Lubna Ahmed Soomro Psychology Maria Younas Physics Memuna Ghafoor Botany Misbah Manzoor Botany Muhammad Asif Physiology Memon Muhammad Ibrahim Sociology Muhammad Imran Math & Stat.5 +5 +7.5 21 18 10.5 20 22.5 17.5 21.5 +2 +4.5 +2.5 13.5 8.5 12.5 16.5 +12.5 +3.5 15.5 +4.5 +8 +6 +11.10th FPDP Report MICROTEACHING PRE & POST TEST 10th Faculty Professional Development Program (FPDP) HEC Campus S# Name Department/Subject Pre-Test & Post Test Marks out of 60 Marks Obtained in Pre Test out of 30 1 2 3 4 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Marks Obtained in Post Test out of 30 Difference +/- Abdul Ghani Abro Ambreen Anjum Ambreen Masood Amir Shakeel Asim Farhan Faiza Mohtashim Ghulam Mujtaba Shaikh Hafiz Abdul Aziz Electrical Engineering Applied Psychology Social Work Plant Breeding and Genetics Media Architect Information Technology 13 12.5 20 19 17.5 22.5 17 11.5 17 15 20.5 05 11 8.5 +1 +9 +7.5 13 7.5 15.5 17 15 19.5 +7 +3.5 +5. .5 20.5 11 10.5 16 14.5 +5 -5.5 00 +9.5 17 13 11.5 15 13.5 +6.29 Higher Education Commission.5 9. Khan Muhammad Yaqoob Electrical Engineer Nafees Ahmed Economics Naila Khalid Chemistry Nauman Rahim Khan Pharmacy Niaz Hussain Ghumro Business Administration Saima Khan Khosa Statistics Salman Aziz Engineering and Emerging Technology Sanaullah Khan Economics Sarfraz Khan Sociology Shumaila Yousaf Mathematics Syed Aqeel Haider Computer and Information System Engineering Zulifqar Ali Civil Engineering Annexure IIIB 10th Faculty Professional Development Program Learning Innovation Division .5 14 11.5 10 20 12.5 +4.5 19 19 18 18 17.

5 +4.5 DIRECTOR GENERAL COMMENTS SIGNATURES Annexure IV 10 th Faculty Professional Development Program .30 - . LAHORE FPDP Program Attended RESULTS PRETEST June 2-July 16. PARTICIPANT DETAILS First Name Surname Designation Discipline Institution ASIM FARHAN ASSISTANT PROFESSOR MEDIA NATIONAL COLLEGE OF ARTS. 2006 Attendance Record 95% TOTAL MARKS 30 OBTAINED MARKS 13 POSTTEST DIFFERENCE TOTAL MARKS 30 OBTAINED MARKS 17. The difference in the obtained marks of Pre and Post tests are indicating the improvement in performance.10th FPDP Report PERFORMANCE EVALUATION Note: This result of the Participant is based on evaluation of Microteaching Sessions.

2008 Resource Persons’ Evaluation/Feedback SCALE: 1 – 5 Poor 1 Average 3 5 Good S. 14.4 4. 6. 3.10th FPDP Report HEC Islamabad June 2 – July 16.31 - . 8. 11. Farooq Average 4. Fazal-e-Muqeem Dr.6 4.1 3.2 4. 4.3 4. Shahid Siddiqui Ms.2 Annexure V 10th Faculty Professional Program HEC Islamabad June 2 — July 16. D. 5. 7. Hamid Rafiq Khattak Dr. Tariq Rahman Dr. 2. 9.A. Zahid Majeed Mr. 15. Hammad Ashraf Dr.5 3. Maken Dr. Javed Aziz Awan Mr. A.8 4. 12. Name of Resource Person Mr. Zill-e-Abbas Dr.9 3. R. Noreen Mirza Dr.# 1.4 4.3 4. Sohaila Javed Mr.5 3. 13.2 4.3 4. Khurram Shahzad Mr.4 4. 2008 Development . Pervez Mughal Prof. 10. Mumtaz Fatima Jafari Dr.

7 Overall Average on a scale 1 – 5: 3. 3.6 3. 5.6 3.7 Summary 3.32 - . 2.10th FPDP Report Program Feedback/Evaluation SCALE: 1 – 5 Poor 1 Below Avg.7 4 3. Course Content Teaching Strategies & Learning Environment Learning Resources/AV aids Quality of Delivery Overall Organization Course Coordinator Scale 1–5 3. 6.5 3.7 Annexure VI Graphical Presentation of the Program Evaluation . 2 Average 3 Good 4 Excellent 5 Overall Program Feedback/Evaluation Parameters 1. 4.

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