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Workshop on Swayam & MOOC Courses at St Agnes College (Autonomous)

Published On : 04 Feb 2020   |  Reported By : media release


St Agnes College (Autonomous) invited the staff and students of its mentee colleges under the UGC Paramarsh Scheme and offered them hands on training in Swayam & MOOC Courses in a Workshop on 1 February 2020 at St Agnes College.

Sr Dr Maria Roopa AC, Joint Secretary of St Agnes College and Ambassador of the Paramarsh Scheme of the college, presided over the Inaugural Programme.

Dr Malini Achar was the convenor of the Workshop. Dr Vishala B K and Dr Nancy Vaz were the Resource Persons.

Paramarsh Staff Coordinators of St Agnes College - Dr Ita D'Souza, Marina Pinto, Shubharekha, Emima David, Sheryl Preethika and Dr Neethu Suraj coordinated the programme. Staff and students from Government First Grade College, Mudipu; Government First Grade College, Kavoor and Padua First Grade College, Mangalore were the beneficiaries.

All teachers and students of mentee colleges who attended the programme were trained to register for Swayam Courses of their choice.







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