- PTU’s new compulsory course, which was launched in 2010, reviewed by committee
Kapurthala, July 18, 2013: A review committee reviewed the compulsory course of Human Values and Professional Ethics started by Punjab Technical University (PTU) in academic session 2010.
It was stated by the review committee that this course is capable of giving a new direction to the life.
The committee said that this course is not related to any specific religion but it is for the whole society. This meeting was attended by teachers of various PTU affiliated colleges, students and subject experts. The students and teachers were also asked about the problems faced by them in learning this subject. It was found during the meeting that this subject is helpful for the students in their individual growth.
In second round, the committee decided the achievements, limitations and future prospects of the course and teachers and students were asked to give their feedback for the same. The committee said that this course can be helpful in giving right direction to the society. The committee also recommended that this course should be taught in different languages. The university has already started this course in Punjabi language. On this occasion, Vice Chancellor Dr. Rajneesh Arora, Registrar Dr. H.S. Bains and Director Colleges Dr. Balkar Singh were also present.
In review committee, Chairman Board of Studies (concerned subject) Prof. S.B. Singh, member Dr. Harmohinder Singh Bedi, Prof. Gagandeep Sharma, Prof. Raminder Singh, Prof. Gagan Grewal, Dr. Nachattar Singh and Dr. R.P. Bhardwaj were there.