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Lawrence Kabinga
Full Time Lecturer
Supply Chain management, purchasing and supplies, procurement, materials management, inventory management, logistics, transport management, fleet scheduling and routing, TQM and quality management.
Embu,Eastern,Kenya
2
Madhumala RB
Teaching
Cloud computing, network security, data mining
Bangalore,Karnataka,India
3
vivek rawat
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
WEB MINING, DATA MINING, IMAGE PROCESSING, CRYPTOGRAPHY
BHOPAL,Madhya Pradesh,India
4
Sarika Chaturvedi
academician
enzymology, environmental biology, agricultural science, bioprocess technology
Gurgaon,Haryana,India
5
Dr.R.Seenivasan
Asst. Professor
The teaching P.G. students to apply knowledge and skills to benefit others or serve the public good is one exceptionally high impact method to foster these capabilities across the disciplines Service learning, as it is typically called, is pedagogy that weds learning goals and community needs in scholarly service projects that, when done well, enhance both student learning and community development. Or, according to Janet Eyler, it is “a form of experiential education where learning occurs through a cycle of action and reflection as students. Seek to achieve real objectives for the community and deeper understanding and skills for themselves” . The benefits of community engagement are well documented in the scholarship on teaching and learning for P.G. students, faculty, and community partners. P.G. Students achieve greater intellectual development in the form of deeper knowledge of the discipline, problem - solving capacities, critical thinking, and abilities to understand complexity and ambiguity, but also greater personal and social growth through enhanced personal efficacy, moral reasoning, interpersonal skills, intercultural competencies, commitments to social service, and even career development. In this Faculty also find greater satisfaction with P.G. student learning, new research opportunities and collaborations, not to mention stronger ties to their community. Of course, when done well community engagement also benefits community partners with improved capacities to research and resolve social problems, and more supportive campus - community relations. Together, these outcomes support a more dynamic public scholarship and civic engagement for higher education; one that, not only supports student development, but also the more collaborative civic learning and problem solving necessary to improve our collective capacities for democracy and wel l- being. Despite the exceptional learning opportunity that service learning presents, adhering to these principles can be challenging, especially when faculty may be new to a community and fear the time commitment or work required. To best address these challenges, it is important to consider several resources. First, use existing resources at your institution, particularly Centers for Teaching and Learning, Public Service Centers, and peers who are engaged in community work. They can help you get to know the community, its needs, reliable partners, and help design projects and course elements that will ease the transition into service learning. It may be helpful to see example service-learning syllabi and visit a peer’s class to glean best practices relevant to your discipline, institution, and community. It also is helpful to embrace these techniques slowly by experimenting with small student projects and limited partnerships at first, and building on them as your knowledge of the community, trust with partners, and project ideas grow over time. Setting modest project goals and managing the expectations of both partners and students can also ensure that stresses and disappointments are kept at bay. Lastly, it is important to embrace some uncertainty and difficulty as you work collaboratively with partners and students, since the potential to support your students’ learning, discover new research opportunities, and enhance community development offer rewards that are well worth the effort.
Madurai,Tamil Nadu,India
6
BOMNAMAHSIVAYA
Teaching
Finance and accounting
Anakapalli,Andhra Pradesh,India
7
RONAKKUMAR KANTILAL PANCHAL
Assistant Professor
Semantic web, ontology, Artificial Intelligent, Machine Learning, Data Science,
SURAT,Gujarat,India
8
Priyanka Saxena
Teaching
cloud security,IOT based systems,social networking data analysis
BHOPAL,Madhya Pradesh,India
9
abhigyan tiwary
Teaching
Big data ,data mining,web mining,information retrieval
bhopal,Madhya Pradesh,India
10
P.Selvaraj
Professor
Power Electronics,Renewable Energy,Electrical Drives
Tirupati,Andhra Pradesh,India
11
Dr.R.Seenivasan
Asst. Professor
• Dr. R. SEENIVASAN., AN ANALYSIS OF ADDICTION FOR VIOLENT ONLINE GAME IN ADOLESCENT: VIRTUAL ETHNOGRAPHY, The Expression: An International Multidisciplinary e-Journal, (A Peer Reviewed and Indexed Journal with Impact Factor 3.9) , Vol. 5 Issue 2 (April 2019), ISSN: 2395-4132. • Dr. R. SEENIVASAN., An Economic Study on Fashion Design and Fashion Culture, Journal of Public Administration, Volume 1, Issue 2, 2019, PP 50-57 ISSN 2642-8318. May 2019. • Dr. R. SEENIVASAN., CHANGING PATTERN OF SOCIO ECONOMIC CONDITION IN CONSTRUCTION WORKERS IN TIRUNELVELI DISTRICT OF TAMILNADU – A STUDY, Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (JETIR), www.jetir.org (ISSN-2349-5162), Volume 6, Issue 5, May 2019. • Dr. R. SEENIVASAN., An Analysis of Marketing Strategies of Mobile Game Application Entrepreneurs, International Journal of Research in Business Studies and Management ,Volume 6, Issue 8, 2019, PP 1-8 ISSN 2394-5923 (Print) & ISSN 2394-5931 (Online) Sept 2019. • Dr. R. SEENIVASAN., A Study on New Supply-Side Economics: Eliminations & Establishments, Scholars Journal of Economics, Business and Management, Published by SAS Publishers, India , ISSN 2348-8875 (Print) | ISSN 2348-5302 (Online), Oct 2019. • Dr. R. SEENIVASAN., An Economic Analysis of Trend of Non-Performing Assets (NPAS) of Indian Commercial Banks, Scholars Journal of Economics, Business and Management, Published by SAS Publishers, India, ISSN 2347-9493 (Print) | ISSN 2347-5374 (Online), Oct 2019. • Dr. R. SEENIVASAN., Application of Object-Oriented Mathematical Modeling and Computer Algebra in Mathematical Economic Analysis, Scholars Bulletin, ISSN 2412-897X (Online) & ISSN 2412-9771., Scholars Middle East Publishers, Dubai, United Arab Emirates Journal homepage: http://scholarsbulletin.com/Volume-6, Issue-1, January, 2020.
Madurai,Tamil Nadu,India
12
Bajwa
Professor
Health Informatics, Medical Informatics, Clinical Informatics, Population Health Informatics, Public Health Informatics, Telemedicine, Nanomedicine, Health Information Management, Healthcare Administration
Adelphi,Maryland,United States
13
Dr. NERELLA SRIMANNARAYANA
TEACHING
Special functions, Numerical Techniques, Algebra and Fluid Dynamics
Vaddeswaram, Guntur(Dt.,),Andhra Pradesh,India
14
mallikarjuna reddy
teaching
internet of things,machine learning
hyderabad,Andhra Pradesh,India
15
Giuseppe Verde
Indipendent Researcher
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Giuseppe_Verde3
Casoria (NA),Napoli,Italy
16
G. Vedanthadesikan
academician
Rural Development, Environmental Economics, Sustainable Agriculture, Energy resources, Infrastructural Development, Research methodology, Natural Resources Management, Project Evaluation
Annamalai Nagar,Tamil Nadu,India
17
MANJU J R
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Electronics and Communication Engineering, VLSI, C, C++, Data Structures, Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Computing, Smart Grid, HVDC, Power Electronics, Microprocessor, Microcontroller
Bengaluru Urban,Karnataka,India
18
Anjaiah
Library Science-Teaching and research and maintaining Library
DIGITAL LIBRARIES-ICT-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES-INFORMATION LITERACY PROGRAMEES-- ODL EDUCATION
kuppam,Andhra Pradesh,India
19
Dr.R.Seenivasan
Asst. Professor
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Madurai,Andhra Pradesh,India
20
DESAI PAMIL SHAMJIBHAI
PHARMA
i am working in Alembic Pharmaceutical LTD in as an Executive in Quality Control Department
SURAT,Gujarat,India