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Being a professor by profession I am happy to write about our typical day to day life which make us sharp and attentive.1. A professor is given his or her time table for the lectures in advance and accordingly they start to prepare the lecture.2. A lecture takes 50-60 minutes which is sufficient time to cover a topic if topic is too big then split it into multiple lectures but must inform the students in advance.3. Lecturers start the day with hot coffy or tea to imbibe the lecture it is my style and then access the library near by or electronic media digital library avalialble with us to prepare a meaningful lecture.4. Attendence of student by the name looks better. Each topic is very important for a teacher and has to be tought with full understanding, if you are not prepared then better to drop the idea of today teaching module and discuss the taught complex module which seem to be tough and convert the class room as a tutorial class which helps the student by soloving the puzzles and time will not be wasted.5. media of teaching is always english as per the recommendation from UGC if require then speak in hindiWhite board and marker must be there to draw the graph, table, derivations, equations etc. At the same time we prepare lecture in electronin media also like animation, video clips, Powerpoint Presentation -PPT projected through the didgital projecter.
Dear Aspirant, I am going to write something about my daily routine in the Institite. Since I am in the same profession, therefore I am very happy to answer your question. The day of a professor starts with planning of lectures, meatings, guiding masters or docatoral degree students and obviously some official or admisnistrative works.A professor goes through the notes, it could be paper materials or powerpoint, an efficiant professor always uses many teaching techniques to make his or her students undserstand the topic. Normally a lecture is of one hour, but initial five minutes is just revision or discussion of previous lecture and last five minutes again for revision of what he or she taught. The 45 to 50 minutes in the lecture, the professor regularly teach and interact with the students, the quesris of the students also sovled at the same time.After the class, the professor revitalizes himself with a cup of hot coffee or tea. This time he or she may spends with colleagues and many times some students do drop to discuss some topics and may be their career or technical training related queries.Normally a professor takes two classes per day, but the work load depends upon the size of the department and classes.Besides taking regular classes the professor also involved in research activities. It includes regular monitoring of resrch work done by masters degree of doctoral degree student or by research scholars working in research project.
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