| TLC Ramanujan College
University of Delhi
Kalkaji ,New Delhi-110019
TEACHING LEARNING CENTRE
RAMANUJAN COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF DELHI
The Ministry of Education (erstwhile, Ministry of Human Resource Development) launched the Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya National Mission on Teachers and Teaching (PMMMNMTT) in 2017. One of the main objectives of this mission is to facilitate teacher training by constituting Teaching Learning Centers in various institutions of higher education in our country. The Teaching Learning Centers (TLCs) are mandated to promote on a continuous basis the learning of new pedagogical practices, methodology of forming discipline-specific curricula and creating new learning materials (including e-content) for use by the teachers in colleges and postgraduate departments. It is envisioned that the TLCs will accelerate the teaching-learning process by encouraging independent critical and creative thinking and facilitating research for subject specific growth. They are also encouraged to reach out to teachers teaching in regionally disadvantaged locations. The Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya National Mission emphasizes the need to change the role and workings of a teacher from a mere disseminator of information and knowledge to the one who helps students to develop critical, analytical skills, capabilities to generate information, the ability to reason and to empower themselves through open sources and globally oriented digitalized self-learning processes. The focus is not only on 'what is taught' but also importantly, to 'the way it is taught,’ in an effort to develop and enhance individual education, that will eventually go on to define the manner in which the future generations will work and live. The Teaching Learning Center, Ramanujan College offers Faculty Induction Programs (FIPs) for newly recruited faculty and Faculty Development Programs (FDPs) for teachers with experience who wish to update their field of knowledge, expertise and skill with the latest available research, resources and technology. In the FDPs, special emphasis is given to inter and cross-disciplinary methodologies of study.
The Teaching Learning Centre, Ramanujan College is equipped with a modern state of the art auditorium, conference rooms, and ICT facilities with an emphasis to create a self - learning space for teachers and students alike. Besides building a large base of academicians and practitioners, we also aim to develop appropriate attitudinal orientation for an inclusive learning experience and personality enrichment. We believe in augmenting professional capabilities of teachers through co - creation and mutual contribution between participants and facilitators. This not only facilitates cultivating skills for the dynamic contemporary environment but also builds a forum for discussion and access to global resources.
|1958||Established as Deshbandhu College (Evening) for Boys, under Ministry of Rehabilitation, Government of India|
|1972||100% funded by University Grants Commission (UGC) & maintained by University of Delhi|
|1994||Became a Co-Educational College|
|2010||Renamed as Ramanujan College|
|2012||Recognition of Ramanujan College by the UGC as a full-fledged Day College|