CUK’s IT Deptt Holds Webinar

Srinagar- The Department of Information Technology, Central University of Kashmir (CUK) Wednesday organized a webinar “From Dissention to Elation at  Work.”

Dr. Tasaduq Hussain Mir, presently working as faculty in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas Texas USA, delivered a lecture during the webinar, which was inaugurated by Registrar, Prof. M Afzal Zargar and hosted by Er. Afaq Alam Khan, Department Coordinator. Students and faculty members from IT and other Departments of the varsity participated in the event.

Dr. Tasaduq Hussain Mir, in his speech discussed, the problems and conflicts arising especially in academic institutions with matters related to teaching learning activities, faculty interactions and participation and those related to administration and its officials. He emphasized that despite differences of opinions, problems can be smoothly addressed and sorted out by adopting an attitude of showing respect, appreciation, understanding views and  feelings of others and arriving at solutions which appear possible, logical and within the overall constraints of the situation.  “Many a times, this approach would lead to the resolution of the conflict accepted as a win-win solution.”

Earlier, Prof. A. M Wani in his address pointed out that this was a third such webinar organized by the Department. The previous one, also by the same speaker was  on “Education and a Higher Purpose” wherein the speaker discussed the burnout problem affecting individuals while the present webinar  concerns  the society.

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