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Department of Education organizes seminar on UMT-School collaboration
December 8, 2012
 
Department of Education at UMT organized a seminar on “UMT-School Collaboration”. The focus of the seminar was to bridge gaps between university and schools and to find out areas where both may collaborate.

Prof Dr Zahid Mahmood, Chairperson, Department of Clinical Psychology, and Dr Sadia highlighted the importance of school psychology and identified areas where collaboration is the need of the time.

Dr Iftikhar Ahmad, Head, Department of Psychology, shared his observations regarding educational assessment. He sorted out prevalent problems and proposed their potential solutions before the attending school principals.

Sajid Masood, Chairperson, Department of Education, discussed the current state of collaboration between schools and HEIs. He recounted several ways of possible collaboration and highlighted the expected benefits for schools and the University.

Prof Dr Abdul Hameed, Dean, School of Social Sciences and Humanities, divulged upon the need to share and extend facilitation to the desirous and needy schools.

A large number of school principals attended the seminar and appreciated the initiative taken by UMT.
 
 
 
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