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What is the duty of lab asst in computer lab?
is he a teaching staff?pls explain.

Asked by dinesh sahoo, 08 Jul '09 10:29 am
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Not teaching but helping with lab/practical class. if student isn't able to compile/run a program you may have to help them. next is to solve any issues with computers. installing necessary softwares/programs, fix any issues etc
Answered by Kalyani, 08 Jul '09 03:46 pm

 
  
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Lab Assistant is neither Teaching nor Non-teaching post.Programmer is Technical Supporting staff.
In engineering education, practical training and developing expertise in application of the theoretical knowledge has a great importance. Engineering is an art of applied sciences, more precisely, an applied knowledge through practical, where the Technical Supporting Staff plays crucial job in the Computer Centers /Laboratories/ Workshops etc. As industries need engineers with sound practical back ground, Technical Supporting Staff plays a key role in capacity building of the engineering graduates. Practical Training and Demonstration is a base of an Engineering Education, where Technical Staff, also plays significant role in teaching process parallel with the teachers.
The purpose of the Technical Supporting Staff in the Engineering College is to support the process of transformation of technical skills among the students (Teachers role) and also to provide support to the faculty, s ...more
Answered by Sharad Raut, 31 Dec '09 02:12 pm

 
  
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If anyone learns through lab assistance. Undoubtfully! he is their teacher.
Answered by Great Idea, 08 Jul '09 03:27 pm

 
  
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Not teaching staff in particular.
Answered by Indra Datta, 08 Jul '09 10:31 am

 
  
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