Daffodil International University is going to launch the ‘Teaching Apprentice Fellowship’ programme with the aim of creating skilled and trained teachers for the 21st century.
Through this fellowship programme, the fresh graduates will get the opportunity to develop themselves as a teacher or researchers. This fellowship programme will run for one year, said a press release.
The information was presented on Thursday by Professor Mostafa Kamal, dean of academic affairs of DIU and convener of the TAF programme through an online press conference.
The press conference was also addressed by Professor SM Mahbub Ul Haque Majumder, acting vice-chancellor of DIU, Professor engineer AKM FazlulHaque, registrar, Professor Masum Iqbal, dean of faculty of business and entrepreneurship Syed Mizanur Rahman, director of students affairs and Ejaj-ur-Rahaman, deputy director of HRDI.
The meet the press also informed that Teaching Apprentice Fellowship is a full time in job leadership development programme. The TAF fellowship is an intensive and cohesive, one-year program that supports early-career, university teachers in their efforts to develop teaching expertise and lead from the classroom.
The main objectives of this programme is to create a sustainable, valid and reliable source of loyal teachers, to maximise and ease the opportunity for the graduates to be a teacher and to train candidates to be a leader with 21st century leadership skills and qualities.
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