The University of Karachi is implementing Online Learning Management Systems to conduct online classes, examination, and assessment during the next semester within the campus as well as in its affiliated colleges.
The Higher Education Commission of Pakistan would provide technical assistance in installing and configuring the Moodle-Online Learning Management on the campus. The HEC-Pakistan would also extend its support regarding administration, faculty, and students’ training.
The Deputy Director KU Quality Enhancement Cell Jawaid Akram Bukhari expressed this while sharing the information with the participants of the meeting on Wednesday.
The KU Vice Chancellor Khalid Mehmood Iraqi chaired the meeting which was held at the VC Secretariat, and attended by the HEC Consultant for LMS Dr Muhammad Asim Noor, HEC representatives Alishba Siddiqui and Mansoor Hussain through video link from Islamabad.
Meanwhile, Professor Dr Moazzam Ali Khan, Dr Nadeem Mahmood, Dr Sadiq Ali Khan, Dr Mustafa Haider, Mukesh Kumar, Jawaid Akram and Engineer Ishafaque Khanzada were also present in the meeting.
The KU has already established a committee to manage the procedural and operational activities, which would be in accordance with the directives of the HEC and Quality Assurance Agency. The committee would be supervised by Professor Dr Moazzam Ali Khan while two representatives from HEC are also part of the committee.
The KU VC Professor Dr Khalid Mehmood Iraqi has directed the committee to implement the Moodle-LMS at the University of Karachi as prescribed timelines from the HEC-Pakistan.
Otiginally publishrard at Business recorder