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- DU will facilitate a workshop on stress management, leadership skills and motivation for university officials
- The workshop will take place on February 21, 2022
- DU is ready to reopen for offline courses for all UG and PG courses from February 17, 2022
The University of Delhi will organize a four-week workshop for university leaders. The workshop and training program will focus on managing stress, developing motivation and building leadership skills. The workshop will start from February 21 and assistant clerks and administrative officers will be able to participate.
Civil servants will also be trained in handling financial matters relating to budgets, audits, pensions and classification and administrative matters related to promotions and more. “We will be calling different speakers to brief the officers on various aspects. This four-week program is intended to enhance their skills and knowledge and is aimed at Group A officers,” a senior DU official said.
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The workshop speakers will also talk about stress management and managing it. “During these testing periods, we also want to educate agents on stress management. how to handle it,” the official added.
Registration for the workshop and training program closed on Saturday, February 12. The workshop is free for Group A officers while other participants will have to pay a registration fee of Rs 3000.
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Delhi University has started the process of reopening after 2 years of offline courses for affiliates. In accordance with an order issued on February 9, 2022, the university will resume offline classes and teaching from February 17, 2022 for all undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Admissions for UG courses in DU will be made through CUCET 2022 this semester against prior admissions based on merit.