Hyderabad: Faculty development workshop concludes at MANUU
The Department of Management and Commerce of MANNU organised a panel discussion on the theme ‘spirituality at workplace’ in collaboration with...
Gachibowli: A highly informative faculty development programme on 'Cyber Security and Forensic' was organised by the Department of Computer Science & Information Technology, was concluded at Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU), here on Tuesday. The programme was supported by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), Government of India. Professor SM Rahmatullah, registrar was the chief guest and MG Gunasekharan, finance officer was the guest of honour.
Both the guests while addressing the audience illustrated the need of cyber security and forensics. They highlighted the importance of conducting faculty development workshop related with cyber security and cyber forensics for better guidance of students.
'Spirituality at workplace'
Gachibowli: The Department of Management and Commerce of MANNU organised a panel discussion on the theme 'spirituality at workplace' in collaboration with Indialogue foundation on Wednesday.
Three foreign delegates Dr Daniel Skubik, retired professor of law, ethics and humanities at California Baptist University, USA, Dr Zaman Stanizai, Professor of Political Science at California State University, and Rabbi Haim Dov Beliak, writer and spiritual counselor, Skirball Hospice, participated in the program. The discussion was moderated by Dr M A Sikandar, Associate Professor, department of management studies.
Dr Daniel Skubik explained the process of how spirituality at workplace enhances the employee satisfaction through the feeling of oneness and self-actualisation and the trend of spirituality in the western workplaces. Dr Zaman Stanizai elaborated the spirituality from Islamic sufism point of view and described the misconception of extremism and spirituality at workplaces.
Rabbi Haim Dov Beliak enlightened the diverse view of spirituality in various religions in the business and management. Saidalavi proposed vote of thanks. The faculty members, research scholars and students participated in the program.