Hyderabad: The Director of the National Institute of Technology (NIT) in Warangal, Prof. NV Ramana Rao, inaugurated a five-day Faculty Development Program (FDP) in the Internet of Things ( IoT) and Machine Learning ( ML) on Monday.
Interacting with participants online, Prof. NV Ramana Rao said that education had moved completely to digital mode.
“The present pandemic situation is difficult to provide offline schooling. Digital mode offers face-to – face experiences with the best faculty in the world. Learning needs to be continuous and technology-based teaching needs to be implemented and revised by teachers.
Technology is evolving rapidly in digital mode and will continue to do so. Today students are digital natives, multi-tasking and real time learners. Participatory teaching methods need to be introduced from time to time,” he added.
Continuing Education (CCE) in charge and coordinator Dr Raju Bhukya said the applications in IoT & ML are precision agriculture, green house farming, industrial IoT, health care, traffic, water supply Manufacturing, smart cities, etc., CSE Hod Prof Radha Krishna was present at the programme. (INN)