Puttur: St Philomena College celebrates National Technology Day

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Puttur, May 21: Staff development and appraisal cell, department of computer science and innovation council of St Philomena College, Puttur jointly organized a faculty development programme to celebrate the National Technology Day in view of training the faculty of St Philomena College on online tools to simplify teaching - learning process at computer science laboratory on May 13.

The principal of the college Dr Antony Prakash Monteiro, participated as chief guest on the occasion said that,” Technology has greater role to play in the lives of humans while performing day today activities. It is because of technology, life is easier. To commemorate the contributions of technology to the modern sophisticated world, National Technology Day is observed. When teaching and learning is incorporated with technology, the former will be effective beyond imagination”.

Vinaya Chandra, dean of department of computer science presented a demonstration on “Search Chatbot and Paraphrasing”. Rajeshwari K, Geetha Poornima and Varija K, assistant professors of department of computer science presented demonstrations on teaching related Google developed technology, proper usage of Google forms and use of google classrooms for various activities respectively.

Staff development and appraisal cell convener Fr Stany Pinto welcomed. Vice principal Dr AP Radhakrishna proposed vote of thanks. Sowmya, department of computer science compered the programme. Certificates were issued to all the beneficiaries.



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