We all are experiencing a growing demand in the quality of teaching – learning, and research activities related to Statistical Sciences in the university level courses in our country. During this process, we all are continuously facing different types of problems related to our academic activities, particularly teaching – learning and research. Sitting together and sharing the ideas and opinions among each other will definitely help us to develop the common working solution for those problems. For this, Nepal Statistical Society (NeSS) is glad to initiate an e-meeting (on 32 Jestha, Sunday, in Google Meet, 14:00-16:00) among respective faculty members and experts working in different universities and academic institutions on different capacities.
Interaction and discussion will be strictly based on the following thematic area:
“Problem and Challenges on Teaching-Learning Activities, and Practices with Reference to Statistical Sciences in Context of Nepalese Universities and Academic Institutions”.
Two teams will be formed for the discussion.
Team one consists of those interested faculty members, teaching in different universities and academic institutions inside Nepal , who wish to participate in the program , have to send their concerns with probable working solution in bullet points in email by Thursday, Jestha 29(midnight) to NeSS Secretory Mr. Yogesh Man Shrestha(firstname.lastname@example.org).
Second team consists of the panel experts who will study all those faculty concerns and probable solutions and provide their expert opinion and suggestions. Expert team consists of four professors, namely, Prof. Shrijanlal Shrestha, Prof. Shankar Khanal, Prof. Ram Khatiwada, and Prof. Vikash Raj Satyal.
There will be two aspects for the discussions:
- a)Major Problems and challenges of teaching-learning activities and practices (in theoretical/applied research) that you are facing during your academic career
- b)Based on your experiences, please mention your suggestions that if implemented by respective Universities administration, higher authorities of universities and other stake holders like teachers, and students would help to overcome those problems to improve the quality of teaching/learning and practices, so that competent human resources, and standard quality work can be produced in the coming days.
All faculties are requested to provide their concerns/views and solutions on the above two aspects in short, clear, non-descriptive bullet points before date on aforementioned email address
Modality of the discussion will be as followings:
In the first half of the program , expert opinion will be delivered by senior professors (orderly, Shankar Khanal, Vikash Satyal, Ram Katiwada, Srijanlal Shrestha), addressing all the issues raised by faculties On the Second half of the program, floor will be open for all other faculties for additional discussion on the issues. Finally, a concluding remarks by HoD Central Department & Dean will be made.
With best regards and wishes for the discussion forum.
Vikash Raj Satyal