At Dubai International Academic City, Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, India, has opened its international campus, BITS Pilani, Dubai Campus. As one of Dubai’s pioneering engineering and technology colleges, it has been providing quality education since 2000.
UAE, other GCC countries, Asia, Africa, and the Far East are among the countries that send students to this university. Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA), Government of Dubai has approved BITS Pilani, Dubai Campus and is licensed by the University Grants Commission.
A Grant Of “Institute Of Eminence” Has Been Granted,
To BITS Pilani by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India. Listed among the top 100 universities in the QS BRICS University Rankings 2019 and the top 200 universities in the QS Asia University Rankings 2020, BITS Pilani is the leading private university in engineering and technology in India.
BITS Pilani, Dubai Campus offers Bachelor of Engineering, Master of Engineering, Master of Business Administration, and Doctor of Philosophy programmes in various engineering and allied disciplines to more than 1500 students from more than 20 countries worldwide. Modern infrastructure and highly qualified faculty provide a well-rounded education in an international environment at this dynamic campus.
A Creative Lab Is Open 24/7,
So students can work on their innovative ideas and turn them into viable concepts in the campus’ smart classrooms, cutting edge lab facilities, and cutting edge equipment. A Creative Lab is open 24/7 so students can work on their innovative ideas and turn them into viable concepts in the campus’ smart classrooms, cutting edge lab facilities, and cutting edge equipment.
Over 400 Reputable Companies Across UAE & India Collaborate,
With the Institute to offer internships to their students through the practice school (internship). A new initiative organized by BITS Pilani Dubai Campus (BPDC) in collaboration with Science India Forum-UAE is inviting high school teachers to participate in the First Edition of STEM Teachers Awards.
The Announcement Of Awards To Recognize:
The efforts of STEM High School educators is in perfect alignment with UAE Government’s Vision and the Ministry of Education’s National Strategy for Higher Education 2030, which emphasize developing a skilled and productive workforce for the future through the development of an advanced and forward-looking education system.
UAE educators who strive to inspire the next generation of explorers and innovators in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, commonly known as STEM, will be recognized at the award ceremony on 29th April 2022.
The Nominee, School, Students, Colleagues, And Family,
Members of the Nominee may submit nominations for the award until the 15th of February 2023. Educators will be recognized in 8 categories: Excellence in Instructional Leadership, Academic Excellence, Innovation in Pedagogy, Outstanding Digital Transformation, Best Teacher Award for Promoting Diversity, Inclusion, and Wellbeing, for Community Engagement, for Outstanding Projects, and STEM Teacher of the Year.
According to Prof. Srinivasan Madapusi, Director of BPDC, the STEM education market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 13% worldwide due to the growing need for STEM professionals.
In Accordance With Their National Strategy For Higher Education 2030,
The UAE government recognizes this fact and is committed to building and achieving the highest scientific and professional education standards for the next generation of UAE citizens. Students in STEM schools can be inspired to develop a passion for STEM subjects and contribute to UAE’s vision of a knowledge-based economy by their teachers.
Having STEM-based students in the future is crucial for the UAE’s economic growth.” Prof. Srinivasan Madapusi added, “This award honors and recognizes the top STEM teachers in the UAE who have significantly contributed to the best learning and teaching practices.
Their Innovative Teaching Practices Have Enabled,
Them to achieve greatness and promote student learning throughout their communities. By winning the STEM Teachers Award, educators are able to inspire others by leading by example. By winning the STEM Teachers Award, educators are able to inspire others by leading by example.
A Teacher’s Future Growth Depends On How They Prosper:
As the world of work changes rapidly, it is having a profound impact on learning as well. As the world of work changes rapidly, it is having a profound impact on learning as well. Adaptability, agility, and flexibility are essential in today’s changing world of work.
It is better to deliver many interventions in the flow of work activity than in a classroom. Due to digital technology, learning is available anytime and anywhere, and many people prefer to learn at their own pace and from their own sources. It has become clear that learning design is becoming more about curation than it is about creation, with the proliferation of rich, readily accessible online content.
In This Research Study And Report,
We detail many of the challenges that are associated with this new learning landscape. Learning design and delivery must be centered on learners. Staff are accessing resources in their own ways rather than having activities ‘done to them’ by the development team.
Communities of practice and social media platforms can now provide Plastic products, and an environment for discussion about performance in real time and identification of learning needs. Understanding where and how learners learn is essential, as is understanding the potential of all the different forms, channels, and forms of learning, and when to curate and when to create.
To Be Successful In The New Learning Agenda,
Educators must be role models who align learning closely with business operations. With this drive for change and innovation, the CIPD is committed to offering L&D professionals leading-edge development opportunities through innovations such as Towards Maturity CIC Ltd.
The learning development hub, digital resources, programmes, and qualifications, as well as our regional learning communities are all part of our ‘Leaders in Learning’ program. As part of a strategic partnership, the CIPD Assignment and Towards Maturity are diagnosing and framing workplace learning challenges as well as driving the needed changes to improve performance.