The Centre for Teaching Learning Practices facilitates
academic professional development with emphasis
on the quality of the student learning experience and
support for those experiences both in and outside the
classroom. The Centre is dedicated to enhance the
culture of teaching and in turn to increase the quality
of technical education. CTLP brings faculty of
different institutions together for reflecting their
own teaching as well as to gain insights from each
other. CTLP explores innovative teaching methods to
develop technology for teaching and learning.
CTLP engages in activities deliberately designed to
address the diverse challenges associated with
teaching and learning process and work to create
both formal and informal arenas within which faculty
can exchange teaching and learning related ideas
FDP - Teaching Mathematics to Engineering Students on 31st January 2017
The lecture on "Teaching Mathematics to Engineering Students" was delivered by Dr. S. Aramuthakannan, (AP/Sl.G.)
on 31st Janaury 2017. Faculty members from the department of mathematics attended the programme.
The lecture focused on vibration in forced single degree of freedom system with viscous damping.
The applications of ordinary differential equation in Mechanical engineering field have been emphasized.
FDP on "Effective Teaching - Learning Process" on 30th January 2017
One day Faculty Development Programme on "Effective Teaching - Learning Process" was
conducted on 30th January 2017. In the forenoon session, Dr. P.V. Mohanram, Principal, delivered
a talk on 'Microteaching' and emphasized that 'Teaching must be reaching'. In the afternoon session,
Dr. G. Chandramohan, Vice-Principal, delivered a talk on 'Creating Interest in Learning'.
FDP on Train the Trainers - A Pedagogical Approach
A Two-day Residential Faculty Development Program on Train the Trainers - A Pedagogical
Approach for Senior Faculty members was conducted during 28th and 29th June 2016. This FDP
mainly focused on the shift of paradigm from covering the syllabus to emphasising on understanding of
the subject matter.