Faculty Development Program1 @ Stanley

We are glad to inform you that we are organizing  a two day FDP on Innovative Teaching Methodologies in Management at SCETW Campus Hyderabad during February 16–17, 2018.
The major focus of the FDP is upgrading the teaching, training and research skills of management teachers- especially those teachers who have not had an opportunity to acquaint themselves with recent developments in teaching and research methods. The program enables participants to develop competency in general management education as well as in management research and pedagogy.
Areas Covered
• Innovative Teaching Methods in Management Education
• Case Teaching in Management
• Formulation and Testing of Hypothesis
• Innovative Teaching Methods in Finance
• Innovative Teaching Methods in Marketing
• Innovative Teaching Methods in HR
The program is basically intended to motivate the current and prospective faculty members and researchers of management Institutes, universities, colleges and other working professionals.
For registration, you may fill the form:
We organize Faculty Development Program for improving the knowledge and skills of the faculty, so that they can share this knowledge with the students, and improve the teaching experience. We organize these programs by inviting the top heads in the respective fields to enlighten our faculty, and it is an exhilarating experience for the lecturers for sure.

Programs Conducted 

Mr. Venkateswara Rao Mudunuru, PhD candidate at USF, Tampa, FL, USA – delivered a Research talk on “Estimating Breast Tumor Sizes using Artificial Neural Networks and Decision Trees” as part of the Faculty Development Program Series organized by the Research and Development wing here at Stanley College of Engineering for Women, on 7th March 2015. It was undoubtedly a stimulating speech and had received positive comments from our faculty about the quality of his presentation. Mr. Venkat quoted that “Counter Cancer with Courage” and his slides were very precise explaining the present world breast cancer problems. Venkat elucidated the opportunities ahead for the Statisticians and Engineers in shaping today’s world, highlighting the importance of collaborative research work for solving many real world challenging problems.

Mr Venkat can be reached at vmudunur@mail.usf.edu.

S.NoDateTraining onConducted by
119 th to 24 th Dec 2015Probability Theory and Stochastic ProcessesECE
330th Nov, 2015Renewable energy Sources and Solar SystemEEE
43rd Jan, 2015“Alternate Energy Sources”EEE
23 rd & 4 th Dec, 2014Innovative Research MethodologiesCSE & IT
51st & 2nd Dec 2014MATLAB - Engineering Applications with Hands-on SessionsEEE & ECE