NU capacity-building workshop on ICT concludes
DIMAPUR — A two-day comprehensive capacity-building workshop on information and communications technology (ICT) for academic and non-academic staff and officers of Nagaland University (NU) at Lumami in Zunheboto district concluded on Wednesday.
An update from the university stated that the workshop was aimed at enhancing the knowledge and skills of participants in the rapidly evolving field of technology in education.
The workshop, organised by NU in collaboration with the National Institute of Educational Planning and Administration (NIEPA), New Delhi, featured distinguished experts namely Professor K Srinivas, head of the ICT project management unit and chairperson of eLearning cell at NIEPA, as the lead facilitator.
During the valedictory session, NU vice chancellor, Professor JK Patnaik, emphasised the vital role of capacity building in the education sector. He highlighted the importance of staying abreast of technological advancements to ensure a high standard of education delivery.
The valedictory session witnessed the presence of key dignitaries including registrar Dr. Abemo, dean Professor VK Vidyarthi, dean Prof. L Daiho, finance officer N Albert Khizho, COE Yanrenthung Ezung and various faculty members and non-teaching staff.
The nodal officer, Kahoshe Sumi, informed that the workshop covered a wide range of topics including project management, eLearning strategies and the application of cutting-edge technologies in the educational domain. He added that participants gained valuable insights and practical knowledge that will contribute to the overall improvement of the academic and administrative processes at Nagaland University.
Meanwhile, NU has expressed gratitude to Professor K Srinivas and all the participants for making the workshop a resounding success. It added that the university would remain committed to fostering a culture of continuous learning and innovation in the ever-changing technological landscape.