ICT Enabled Teaching Learning

ICT Enabled Teaching Learning

The campus is WiFi enabled. Audio-Visual Facilities are available in 25% of the classrooms. Three computer labs cater to the needs of departments having ICT/ software/practical component in their curriculum. Efforts are being made to upgrade ICT infrastructure- one Smart Classroom was added in May 2021.

Teaching-learning shifted to online mode since March 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. To help the faculty acquire necessary ICT skills to deliver online classes proficiently, training programs/FDPs were organized by the college.

Google Meet and Google Classroom are the official platforms for the conduct of online classes, sharing study material with students, for assignments/ projects etc.

ICT tools are used to facilitate interactive learning. Formative as well as summative assessment take place over online modes. The faculty use ICT tools such as digital online whiteboards, powerpoint presentations, videos, web sources, virtual visits to organizations, online quizzes, film screening etc to enrich the students’ learning experience.

Remedial classes are also conducted in online mode.

The college runs several online Add-on courses as a valued addition to skills, knowledge and expertise of students.

ICT enabled platforms such as Google Meet and Zoom are also used to hold co-curricular and extra- curricular activities like webinars, workshops etc that aim to provide a holistic learning experience to students.

LIST OF ICT ENABLED TOOLS USED FOR EFFECTIVE TEACHING_LEARNING

Google Meet and Google Classroom

Google Jam Board/Microsoft OneNote etc to illustrate concepts to students

Google Forms, Kahoot, EpicPen, Quizzes for taking tests

Learning resources like web articles, online journals/resources such as JStor, E-Pathshala, DOAJ, EconBiz etc are shared with the students

Use of softwares- GRETL, E-views, Mathematica, LaTeX, R, STATA, Slido, ERP 9-Tally etc.