Lucknow University Vice Chancellor Prof Alok Kumar Rai and Dean, Student Welfare Prof Poonam Tandon had launched two such programs amid Covid 2020
For the second phase of implementation of the student-centered programs “TREE (Teaching, Reaching, Emboldening, Evolving)” and “OPD (Our Pupils’ Day)” of the University of Lucknow (LU), all departments of the university were asked to send the latest updated list of “TREE” by March 28 and that of “OPD” by March 25 to the Dean, Office of Student Welfare (DSW) and upload the same to the departmental web page of the university’s website, according to a press release issued by the university on Monday.
The Vice Chancellor of Lucknow University, Prof. Alok Kumar Rai and the Dean, Student Welfare, Prof. Poonam Tandon had initiated these programs in the time of Covid in 2020. A mentorship program centered on the student, the purpose of the “TREE” is to guide the postgraduate students through their knowledge and experiences, instilling confidence in them, their academic and mental development. Each teacher (mentor) will play an important role in the overall development of authorized students (mentees) by providing educational and social guidance within the TREE program.
Similarly, under the OPD, department faculty members dedicate one hour per week specifically to increase communication between teachers and students and to enhance students’ inherent abilities and make them better citizens and professionals. . Professor Poonam Tandon said that these student-centered programs will help students at the university face all challenges in life with courage.
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