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NDUB holds second workshop on OBE curriculum

Workshop of faculty members on Outcome Based Education (OBE) curriculum carried out at Notre Dame University Bangladesh (NDUB) on Friday (24 June 2022).

As part of NDUB’s commitment to create a beautiful as well as ideal educational environment in line with the curriculum of OBE, the second workshop was organized after four months.

Speakers in the program at NDUB open space titled “Day-long workshop on OBE Curriculum” discussed modernization of curriculum. They also emphasized on customization of syllabus as per the demand of present situation. 

While presiding over the session, Professor Dr Father Patrick Daniel Gaffney, CSC, Vice-Chancellor (VC) of the university said, “Our teachers are encouraging the students in the classroom regarding their career as well as achieving an outcome of their learning.”

“NDUB students are not only learning in line with the outcome of their academic knowledge but also they are preparing themselves for the challenging world having proper foundation of ethics, humanity. They will do their work for mankind,” he added.

He furthered, “During post-Covid-19 time, we come to realize that the OBE curriculum is essential for our students. So we initiated the workshop for our faculty members.”

In the previous workshop NDUB VC said the university was working to modernize the learning curriculum and it would be adjusted by January 2023.

Prof Dr M Ashraful Alam, head of Chemistry department in Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST) attended the program as resource person who conducted the workshop of teachers.

While delivering his speech to the teachers, he said, “Teachers can teach beyond the traditional education system. But always keep in mind that you need to formulate the plan as well as have to determine the outcome of your strategy.”

“You will be successful once you will coordinate with the OBE curriculum,” he suggested.

NDUB teachers among faculty dean Prof Dr Aloke Kumar Chakraborty, respective department heads along with the teachers took part in the question-answer session.

Among others Professor Fr Charles B Gordon, CSC, Treasurer of NDUB Fr Subas Adam Pereira, CSC, Student Counselor and Maintenance Director Fr Edmond Cruze, CSC, Fr Robert R Nokrek, CSC, Assistant to the Registrar, General Assistant Human Resources And Registrar Fr Nitto Ekka, CSC were present. Fr Ashim Theotonius Gonsalves, CSC, Deputy Registrar of NDUB voted thanks to all.