NEW DELHI, :- Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women (IGDTUW) today hosted an informative orientation session for all faculty members, focused on the Self-Directed Emotional Learning for Empathy and Kindness (SEEK) course. This program, created in collaboration with UNESCO MGIEP, aims to equip the university community with tools to promote empathy and kindness, in line with NEP 2020.
Honourable Vice Chancellor of the University, Dr. (Mrs.) Amita Dev, opened the session, emphasizing the importance of emotional intelligence and communication skills in today's world. With great enthusiasm, she shared her anticipation of the positive impact the SEEK program will have on both faculty and students.
Faculty members were introduced to SEEK's core concepts, centered on empowering individuals to understand and manage their emotions. The course enables the development of self-awareness, emotional resilience, and empathy for others. The interactive format of the orientation session encouraged in-depth understanding of empathy and kindness as drivers of personal growth and a stimulating educational environment.
The organized content and engaging presentation of the SEEK Orientation Session were highly appreciated by faculty members. Many expressed their excitement to integrate empathy and kindness principles into their teaching methods and daily interactions.
As one faculty member shared, "The SEEK orientation session was an eye-opener for me. It underscored the importance of emotional intelligence in building strong relationships with our students and fostering a positive learning environment."
IGDTUW sees this program as evidence of its commitment to holistic education and emotional well-being of its student and faculty members. As the program unfolds, the university hopes that this fresh focus on empathy and kindness will positively influence interpersonal relationships within and beyond the institution.
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