Mangaluru, Jan 14: Orientation Workshop on 'Accreditation Process-NBA' held at SIT


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Mangaluru, Jan 14: The inaugural function of a two-day orientation workshop on 'Accreditation Process-NBA' was held on January 13 at Srinivas Institute of Technology (SIT), here.

The workshop was jointly organized by RVCE, Bengaluru and Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), Srinivas Institute of Technology, here under Share and Mentor Institutions (Margadarshan) scheme of AICTE.

The chief guest of the function, Dr Ramakanth Kumar P, professor and HOD, dept of C S & E, RVCE, Bengaluru in his inaugural address said that the process of continuous quality improvement that is encouraged by the NBA's approach promotes excellence in technical education. He also stressed on the importance and significance of ICT tools in classroom teaching.

Dr Shrinivasa Mayya D, principal of the college, in his presidential address motivated the faculty members to actively involve themselves in this workshop and receive enrichment of this process.

The workshop was welcomed by Dr Shivakumar G S, HOD CS & E and director IQAC and Dr Jose Alex Mathew, professor, department of EEE delivered the vote of thanks. The programme was compered by Vivek Vijay Kumar, assistant professor, department of Marine Engineering.

  

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