यू.जी.सी - मानव संसाधन विकास केंद्र

UGC - Human Resource Development Centre

Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya

(A Central University)


Now onwards UGC - Academic Staff College will be known as UGC - Human Resource Development Centre.



The HRDC envisages to propagate the values of quality education and train the teachers and research scholars to become intellectually enlightened, morally upright, emotionally balanced, socially committed, patriotic, eco-friendly, accomplished, sensitive to the demands and the needs of the students in their journey towards achieving the goals and objectives of higher education.


To serve the public good and play a unique leadership role in higher education by giving training to teachers of Colleges and Universities and thus supporting the Higher Education Institutions.

To strengthen the teaching-learning process at all levels of Higher Education, particular emphasis will be on activities that make undergraduate education the strongest foundation in the life-building process.To enhance the latest techniques of faculty & research among college & university teachers.


The objectives of the Human Resource Development Centre (HRDC) in the light of above shall be focused towards enabling all the faculty members of HEIs including newly appointed Assistant Professors to:

 (i)  Understand the significance of education in general, and higher education in particular, in the global and Indian contexts;

 (ii)  Understand the linkages between education and economic and socio-economic and cultural development, with particular         reference to the Indian polity where democracy, secularism and social equity are the basic tenets of society

 (iii)  acquire and improve basic skills of teaching at the college/university level to achieve goals of higher education;

 (iv)  keep abreast of the latest developments in their specific subjects;

 (v)   understand the organization and management of a college/university and to perceive the role of teachers in the total                 system;

 (vi)  utilize opportunities for development of personality, initiative and creativity;

 (vii)  provide a comprehensive and structured look at the challenges and opportunities brought by the use of ICT and open                   content (OER and MOOC) in higher education and to overview the visions and expectations of key higher education                       stakeholders towards the future of learning at universities and higher education institutions.