` Presenters:Miss. Momina SaleemMr. Abdur RazaqMiss. Hina JavaidChallenges faced by Young UniversityLecturers
A challenge is a general term referring tothings that are filled with a sense of difficultyand victory.
•
• Proficient in modern pedagogicalmethodologies• Research based knowledge and education• More practical and competent• Hav...
Personalchallenges• Expertise andcommand oversubject• Knowledge• general• specific• Interest• Motivation• Communicationski...
What matters is system
Doessystem ownitsemployees?RightsEncouragementJobsatisfactionandsecurityFacilitiesReinforcementResults in
Self-accountability
Self-initiation
Honesty
Selfinspiration
• Involvement of employees in decision making• Understanding of human behavior• Individual willingness to improve• commitm...
• No discussion and consultation regarding subjectdistribution• Unwilling participation• Fear to be in hit-list of the aut...
Language barriers create communication gapWhyBecause Lecturers are judged according to theirEnglish language fluency and p...
• Pakistani educational system purely based onreading, writing, and listeningOur examination system ignores the 4th skill ...
Language problems result in• Stress and depression• Individual lingers always on job hunt or compromises onlow salary and ...
• Prejudice and discrimination against male Islamic dresscode and appearance in educational and professionalenvironments• ...
• Wearing religious and cultural symbols and dress is partof the right of freedom of expression. It is part of the rightto...
• Responsibilities of a university lecturer are not clearlymentioned in terms of time management, classschedules, discipli...
Next participant:Miss HinaJavaid
UnethicalworkloadsystemLanguagebarriersOther challenges
• contract of employment• collective bargaining agreement• labor legislation that preventsarbitrary termination• Layoffs a...
• There is always a sword of contract hanging on theemployees• Contracts issuance on the basis of 3 months or sixmonths an...
• If job is secure then
IF• Male teacher talking to female student• Female teacher talking to male students• Male teacher talking to female teache...
• Due to lack of indispensable facilities, the productivity ofyoung staff is reduced to lowest levels.
Why are these facilities important• Open access to knowledge• Contact with global society• Enhance intellectuality• Source...
• people remember 20% of what they see, 40% ofwhat they see and hear, but about 75% of whatthey see and hear and do simult...
• Lack of Research oriented environmentand facilities result in lack of culturalunderstanding• An institute must possess a...
Favoritism: a curse as it creates"a culture of harassment, inbreeding and corruption".• In appointments• With female staff...
• Vs.
• Unethical enquiries and check and balance on teachers
My presentation on challanges faced by a young Uni lecturer
My presentation on challanges faced by a young Uni lecturer
My presentation on challanges faced by a young Uni lecturer
My presentation on challanges faced by a young Uni lecturer
My presentation on challanges faced by a young Uni lecturer
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What problems, challenges a young Uni lecturer has to face and accomplish? it was a unique topic given to me and my colleagues and Thanks to ALMIGHTY ALLAH, 99% of the staff appreciated and encouraged us by extolling each and every word spoken by us. i avoided slide reading, appkied inductive and direct approach thats y pictures and animations were added to keep the audience alive and awake. the sound of applause at each slide still echoes in my mind and i can never forget the sparkling faces of senior and old faculty members and their appreciation. even one senior most professor commented that they should have spoken these points 20 years back so may the situation and scenario of their professional environment be different than the present one. again Thanks to ALLAH for giving me a chance to prove myself ....

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  • Lecturer is not just a term or a title, rather it’s a credit given to a personality who instill and implant new generation. The teacher or the lecturer is not the upshot of one or two days effort, not a piece of cake, not a distressed person who when got nothing else to do, started teching, rather it’s a product a package of indefatigable, unrelenting efforts who goes through a long process in order to attain his degree, society, religious, all incorporate to
  • Layoff: dismissel …. Lockout: exclusion
  • Retrenchment: economizing, recession: downtown, decline
  • Churn: toss upBenchmarking: the process of identifying "best practice" in relation to both products (including) and the processes by Dichotomy:a division into two especially mutually exclusive or contradictory
  • My presentation on challanges faced by a young Uni lecturer

    1. 1. ` Presenters:Miss. Momina SaleemMr. Abdur RazaqMiss. Hina JavaidChallenges faced by Young UniversityLecturers
    2. 2. A challenge is a general term referring tothings that are filled with a sense of difficultyand victory.
    3. 3.
    4. 4. • Proficient in modern pedagogicalmethodologies• Research based knowledge and education• More practical and competent• Have more penchant to imply rules andregulations• Can work without the pressure of success• Ensure success in terms of universityreputation• More prone to adopt culture of universityprofessionally• More efficient and active• Talented
    5. 5. Personalchallenges• Expertise andcommand oversubject• Knowledge• general• specific• Interest• Motivation• CommunicationskillsProfessionalchallenges• Authoritativeorganizationalbehavior• Accountability• Job security• Workload• Facilities providedby university• Lack of Researchenvironment• Student’s unethicalbehavior
    6. 6. What matters is system
    7. 7. Doessystem ownitsemployees?RightsEncouragementJobsatisfactionandsecurityFacilitiesReinforcementResults in
    8. 8. Self-accountability
    9. 9. Self-initiation
    10. 10. Honesty
    11. 11. Selfinspiration
    12. 12. • Involvement of employees in decision making• Understanding of human behavior• Individual willingness to improve• commitment to ethical behaviorThe most important• Changing definition and understanding of“jobs” and “career”
    13. 13. • No discussion and consultation regarding subjectdistribution• Unwilling participation• Fear to be in hit-list of the authorities• Fear to be victimized
    14. 14. Language barriers create communication gapWhyBecause Lecturers are judged according to theirEnglish language fluency and proficiencyNot bytheir knowledge and command over subject
    15. 15. • Pakistani educational system purely based onreading, writing, and listeningOur examination system ignores the 4th skill that isSpeakingThen how you can expect people from humanitiesand natural sciences to be proficient in EnglishLanguage.
    16. 16. Language problems result in• Stress and depression• Individual lingers always on job hunt or compromises onlow salary and low status
    17. 17. • Prejudice and discrimination against male Islamic dresscode and appearance in educational and professionalenvironments• Beards• Ankle high trousers• Islamic capsWhy Jobs refused?
    18. 18. • Wearing religious and cultural symbols and dress is partof the right of freedom of expression. It is part of the rightto freedom of religion or belief – and these rights must beenjoyed by all faiths equally and there should be nodisparity practiced at work place and especiallyeducational institutions because a teachers is aconstructor of a nation. If his/her own personality will besuppressed, the nation will suffer
    19. 19. • Responsibilities of a university lecturer are not clearlymentioned in terms of time management, classschedules, discipline maintenance, clerical duties ( gateduties, time table making, forceful authoritative behaviorof seniors in order to check their papers and substitutionsand many other)
    20. 20. Next participant:Miss HinaJavaid
    21. 21. UnethicalworkloadsystemLanguagebarriersOther challenges
    22. 22. • contract of employment• collective bargaining agreement• labor legislation that preventsarbitrary termination• Layoffs and lockouts• Contract based job= insecurity• Favoritism=insecurity• Lack of facilities=insecurityinsecurity =lack of motivation= lack of interest
    23. 23. • There is always a sword of contract hanging on theemployees• Contracts issuance on the basis of 3 months or sixmonths and the respective lecturer is appointed to teachannual system?Can happenanytime
    24. 24. • If job is secure then
    25. 25. IF• Male teacher talking to female student• Female teacher talking to male students• Male teacher talking to female teacherTHENMisinterpretation, Biased judgment and Misperception isdone by authority and colleagues
    26. 26. • Due to lack of indispensable facilities, the productivity ofyoung staff is reduced to lowest levels.
    27. 27. Why are these facilities important• Open access to knowledge• Contact with global society• Enhance intellectuality• Source to keep students busy in order tokeep them away from unethical behavior
    28. 28. • people remember 20% of what they see, 40% ofwhat they see and hear, but about 75% of whatthey see and hear and do simultaneously(Lindstrom, 1994).• multi-sensory, stimulating the many senses ofthe audience• Effective instructional medium• Tremendous impact on learning• Challenging and thrilling
    29. 29. • Lack of Research oriented environmentand facilities result in lack of culturalunderstanding• An institute must possess a researchcommunity to churn out best studentsotherwise a dichotomy will exist becauseof gap in research and benchmarkinglikings"However, in the academic world, respect does not comefrom how well you can teach undergraduate students, butfrom research.” (Alok Mittal, managingdirector)The seven Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs)
    30. 30. Favoritism: a curse as it creates"a culture of harassment, inbreeding and corruption".• In appointments• With female staff• For self satisfaction• Just for time pass• towards pleasant personalitiesMay result in• revolts• Lack of accountability• Disinterest• No job satisfation
    31. 31. • Vs.
    32. 32. • Unethical enquiries and check and balance on teachers

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