OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - The Government College University Quality Enhancement Cell is holding a four-day special training programme for the universitys young lecturers to edify their skills in modern teaching methodologies, time management, communication skills and personality development. GCU Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Muhammad Khaleeq-ur-Rahman on Monday chaired the opening ceremony of the four-day training programme titled In-Service Teachers Training Programme for the Young Lecturers, while the deans and the head of various departments were also present. Young lecturers from various departments of the university are taking part in the training spread over eight technical sessions. Addressing the participants, Prof Khaleeq said that the biggest challenge faced by the universities was the quality human resource. However, he said, imparting appropriate skills, knowledge and good attitudes to the talented faculty members undoubtedly would play a vital role in meeting the challenge. The VC urged the teachers to actively participate in training programmes to equip themselves with the modern, practical knowledge. GCU QEC Director Iram Sohail said that the importance of teachers training could not be ignored since it prepared teachers to cope with the challenges faced in the classroom. She hoped that the four-day intensive training would equip teachers with modern techniques of interacting with different students simultaneously regardless of their learning and comprehension levels.