HEC and the Government of Sindh, Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology conducted online education training for teachers on campus.
Learning Management System (LMS) has been implemented to give and protect students from academic loss.
In this regard, a two-day training was organized to prepare the faculty for online lectures and virtual classes in which heads of all departments participated. Later, in the light of this training workshop, trained heads of relevant departments Speaking on the topic of online education in the context of Code 19 and higher education regulations, Dr. Syed Waliuddin, Vice Chancellor, Sir Syed University, said that it was time for us to help our students recover from this epidemic crisis. Practically prepare for post-exit global conditions.
For this, it is necessary that teachers be properly trained to teach students online. Expressing his views in a video link talk show of a TV channel, he said that online education is the traditional style of education prevalent in Pakistan. Is completely different from The requirements and techniques of online education are completely different. Our teachers are accustomed to the old style of education and attracting them to modern online education and preparing them for it is a big challenge.
Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Waliuddin pledged to take part in national efforts to enhance the quality of online classes in collaboration with higher education, attract students towards e-learning and address the crisis facing the country.
This news was originally published at urdupoint.com