Hyderabad(Hyd): Governor Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan on Sun. exhorted the academicians & edu institutions to approach to those unreached candidates so as to enable their own on-line learning.
“In case we fail to approach out to the underprivileged candidates, who don’t have accessibility to the gadgets & net connectivity to be part of the on-line learning, it’ll result within the digital divide in accessibility,” she added further.
The Governor has been attending as the chief guest in the inaugural of the 3-day Intl. virtual conference on “Innovations for the new regular,” organised by this Govt Graduation College, Parkal in Warangal dist..
Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan pointed out that the most of the candidates in remote rural & tribal regions weren’t having accessibility to net, smartphones & different gadgets to take (2) part within the on-line education.
Any infra-structure initiative in this direction should be aimed in offering them with equal accessibility to quality on-line education. There mustn’t be any discrimination & nobody must be left out of the education & on-line learning.
The Governor pointed out that candidates have been enthusiastic to be part of on-line education & added further that in numerous remote regions candidates have been climbing trees & rooftops to enter the net to be part of on-line education.
Citing the observations of PM Narendra Modi, who stated that innovation is an ongoing procedure & it’s a driving enforce for the creation of new India(In), the Governor requested to the citizens to innovate using out-of-the-box thinking to address various problems that plague India(In) strive to create New India(In).
Quoting to the Domestic Recruitment Agency (NRA), Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan stated that it has been a nice welcome step to streamline the recruitment & prevent the aspirants from passing through untold hardship taking numerous examinations in various places.
The Governor requested to all those engaged in higher education to work (5) to train the candidates with employability skills in order to face the global competition.
Collegiate Education Commissioner Navin Mittal, Conference Coordinator Dr. Tiruvengala Chary, IIM faculty member Dr. G. Srinivas, Keynote speaker Prof. Girija Shankar of Western Sydney University & about 200 paper presenters have been part of the inaugural