He was addressing an online meeting of the Vice-Chancellors at the Kerala Raj Bhavan. The governor suggested a reliable system based on privacy, objectivity and sanctity, which required the creation of an online question bank, conducting online examinations and reorganizing faculties into online assessments.
“Most universities have already developed exam software that is capable of tabulation, hall ticket preparation, result preparation and mark-list issuance. I think online exam features can easily top this facility with internal technicalities. Skills and technical expertise in other universities”, He said.
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The Governor asked the universities to work for the development of online learning management system and software for centralized admission process.
Emphasizing the need to bridge the digital and resource gap, he suggested faculty up-skills, including “online learning strategies”, to make online classes more interactive and engaging in line with the Outcome-Based Learning (OBE) approach.
He reminded the vice-chancellors that the powers vested in the law should be exercised to ensure that the fairness of students ’grievances is never delayed in the maze of the process.
Dr. Raj Rajan Gurukkal, Vice Chairman, KSHEC, with an emphasis on “e-Journal Consortia” and “Kerala Academic Library Network”, described the initiatives taken to achieve results and move forward in implementing the provisions of the National Education Policy 2020. “(Calnet).
Dr. Dave Devendra Kumar Dhodawat, Principal Secretary to the Governor, presented the points for discussion.
The Vice Chancellor of Kerala, Mahatma Gandhi, Calicut Kannur, Sri Shankar University, Kerala Agricultural University and Kusat have made presentations on the implementation of NEP 2020 in their universities.
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