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SNU to give online class guide to other institutions free

SNU to give online class guide to other institutions free

IBNS | @indiablooms | 05 May 2020, 12:13 pm

Kolkata/IBNS: Sister Nivedita University (SNU) has come up with a brand new onlune education mathod called Learning Management System (LMS) which they will share with any University, college or school that needs a guidance to adopt online classes absolutely frebof cost.

SNU wishes to help all schools and colleges who are interested to  make their own Learning Management System (LMS) which can be used readily in this lockdown period and even after that, where schools and colleges can share lesson plans, lessons, learning resources, video lectures, assignments, online tests etc. and can also take online classes.

There are many more attractive and very easy to use features in the LMS, which will help teachers and students to connect with each other and do the teaching and learning, anywhere and anytime. The LMS would also record activity report of all the users including teachers, students and administrative staff members that can viewed by the authorities of the Institute every day.

"We would be really happy to share our experience and knowledge of our Learning Management System with all schools  and colleges who would like to run not only online classes but much beyond that and give our next generation a happy teaching-learning experience," said Satyam Roychowdhury, Chancellor, SNU.

As a part of the social responsibility, where education comes first, SNU is committed to share the LMS, absolutely free, he added.

In order to enquire one has just to email at help-lms@snuniv.ac.in.