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    Telangana State Council of Higher Education 

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    Telangana State Council of Higher Education 

    Hyderabad: The Telangana State Council of Higher Education (TSCHE) has organized a two-day Workshop on the ‘Curriculum Development Project’ in the State on February 22 and 23, in collaboration with British Council (South India), Bangor University and Aberystwyth University, United Kingdom at the Centre for Economic and Social Studies (CESS), Begumpet, Hyderabad.

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    TSCHE Chairman Prof R Limbadri said that the focus of the brief intensive course is on the condition superior to an earlier one of degree or grade of excellence mechanisms followed by the two participating universities from Britain and course of study development and embedding employability skills in the disciplines of Commerce, Economics, History, and Political Science at Osmania and Kakatiya Universities.

    Prof Limbadri said on the following the first and closing solar day, the brief intensive course started with a recap of activities of solar day one and the order of business group of things of the same kind that belong together for solar day two.

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    Beverley Herring made a detailed making publicly available or known on “Embedded Employability.” In the procedure, she conveyed what skills are, the natural physical world including plants and animals of the skills, and employability skills. She went into the details of Embedded Employability to furnish opportunities to come into existence the result of perception, skills, experiences, behaviours, attributes, achievements, and attitudes that enable graduates to gain transitions benefiting them, the thriftiness and their communities. She conveyed the changing scenery in the areas of Economy, Technology, Education, and timing to align with requirements. She explained the framework on Embedded Employability followed at Aberystwyth University. Issues about faculty Employability series of events that form a plot design, Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), authentic judgment, and peer judgment were also discussed at extent of something from beginning to end. Unique practices followed in the Welsh universities to gain students communicate or express by writing “My Five Year Plan” and its implications to be familiar or acquainted with a person or an object and work them were discussed.

    The UK representatives interacted with the students of AV, Nizams, Bhavans-Vivekananda, and Government City Colleges to acquire impressions from the students about the knowledge acquired by learning system and skills in Telangana.

    The Chairman of the TSCHE Prof. R. Limbadri, requested the representatives of Osmania University and Kakatiya University to having every necessary part the procedure of developing the course of study and enable him to implement the same from the year 2023-24.

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