KU workshop on role of IT concludes
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, June 4: IT experts Friday underlined the need for introducing information and communication technology in all fields of knowledge and equipping students with new IT tools.
They were speaking at the technical sessions on the concluding day of a two-day workshop, “Innovative role of Information Technology in Modern Business Environment”.
The workshop was organized by the Directorate of Distance Education (DDE), Kashmir University at its Conference Hall.
Prof Nitin Mukadam, IT expert stressed the need for corporate and academic interaction.
Prof Shafiqa Parveen, Director DDE said that Distance Education was the most viable cost-effective mode of spreading knowledge.
Prof Shafeeqa said the information and communication technology had catalyzed the delivery system of distance education. “In terms of accessibility and enrolment, distance education has done a remarkable job,” she said, adding that with the help of collaboration and networking, distance education was promoting globalization of education.
Among others present in the technical sessions were Prof. S Mufeed, Dr. F A Khan, faculty, The Business School (TBS), Manzoor Chachoo, Department of Computer Sciences, Er. Mehraj uj Din, Director IT & SS, Maroof Qadri, Information Technologist - KU, Er. Kaisar Rasheed, Department of Business and Financial Studies (DBFS) and Prof. B L Zutshi.
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