Mahatma Gandhi University submits 8cr proposal to government for digital software application and learning management system
The project proposal stated that the system would help conduct the online programs offered for the university’s degrees, certificates and diplomas.
Mahatma Gandhi University submitted to the government an eight crore proposal for the implementation of a comprehensive digital software applications and learning management system that would offer seamless delivery of various processes from admission to school. ‘assessment and distribution of diploma certificates online.
The proposal envisions an integrated application and learning management system enabling an end-to-end digital solution for all services provided by the university. “The software applications and learning management system will be of great help in bringing modules such as admission, academics, assessment, publication of results and distribution of diplomas online,” said said Sabu Thomas, vice-chancellor.
The project proposal stated that the system would help conduct the online programs offered for the university’s degrees, certificates and diplomas. The digital platform will also serve to provide the innovation benchmark for the Government’s Young Innovators Program initiated by the Kerala Development and Innovation Strategic Council (K-DISC).
Professor Thomas said the proposed software applications and learning management system would provide comprehensive data on colleges affiliated with the university with just one click. This would contribute to better planning and effective interaction between institutions and the university, he said.
The online platform will have mobile apps, facilities for digital fee payment and other services for students and teachers. It will be planned to implement a quality assessment program that includes the assessment of academic services offered to students and teacher feedback on various programs. The project implementation timeframe is expected to be six months to one year.
The project proposal pointed out that the system would help increase the gross enrollment rate in the state’s higher education sector by speeding up various processes such as admission, conducting exams, and assessing copies. of answers. Switching to online mode will help achieve that goal, he said.