PBL workshop held at Nepal Engineering College
Kathmandu, 16 June (2019) – To enhance quality of education, Nepal Engineering College (nec) conducted a one-day workshop on “Problem Based Learning (PBL) in South Asian Universities” Thursday.
Resource persons in the workshop were Prof. Dr. Hari Krishna Shrestha, Principal of nec, Prof. Lena Sthapit of AITM, Asso. Prof. Durga Prasad Bhandari and Asst. Prof. Rupesh D. Shrestha of nec.
Various faculty members from different academic departments of nec participated in the workshop.
The workshop session included practical activities which helped the faculty members to learn and understand the dynamics and think differently about the importance of the PBL in higher technical education.
Asso. Prof. Durga Prasad Bhandari, Project Manager, discussed the project objectives and the PBL-related activities at Nepal Engineering College.
The workshop is one in the series of workshops conducted by the PBL-nec Project Unit.
Ten different universities located in Finland, India, Bhutan, the Netherlands and Lithuania are promoting PBL in university level curriculum delivery as a part of three-year project under the funding of the European Commission’s Erasmus+ Capacity Building in Higher Education.
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