Mangaluru: National webinar held at Milagres College


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Mangaluru, Aug 8: The Internal Quality Assurance Cell IQAC in association with Mangalore University Commerce Teachers Association MUCTA on August 7 organized a national webinar on the topic 'How to Create Your Own Effective E-Content Using Open Source Software’s'.

The resource person for the webinar was Royal Praveen D'Souza assistant professor St Aloysius College (Autonomous).

The principal Fr Michael Santhumayor welcomed and introduced the speakers.
The webinar aimed at introducing practical approaches to the usage of Open Source Software’s like OBS Software, Open Shot Software, Handbrake Software, Gmail ID, YouTube Account Verification, YouTube Live Feature Activation.

The webinar was hosted on Google Meet attended by around 300 participants.

It captivated the teaching fraternity of the various institutions from all over India who benefitted from the webinar.

The webinar was compered by the NAAC coordinator Eva Manorama, senior faculty of the department of commerce.

  

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  • Vishal, Puttur

    Sat, Aug 8 2020

    Congratulations to Milagres College Mangalore. Prof. Royal Praveen is an upcoming software expert in Mangalore. All the best to Prof Royal and Milagres College.

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