The Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) has not too long ago collaborated with TechGig Assess Online – a leading edge evaluation platform – to facilitate its tutorial assessments. TechGig is India’s one of many largest expertise group and is part of India’s main digital media conglomerate – the Times Internet Ltd.
Both JNU and TechGig have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to corroborate this alliance. JNU hosted a workshop on 10th August 2020 for its school members to announce this partnership adopted by a hands-on demonstration of the platform by the TechGig’s workforce.
Online is changing into the popular medium to make sure studying and training continuity amid the COVID-19 scenario. In such a state of affairs, this new-age expertise evaluation has been developed by workforce TechGig indigenously, conserving the Indian training state of affairs in thoughts.
While inaugurating the digital platform, Prof. M. Jagadesh Kumar, Vice-Chancellor, JNU expressed his optimism that Assess Online will probably be an enormous boon for college kids residing within the far-flung areas of the county. “We had been involved about the way forward for the scholars – particularly the terminal college students. These college students want to finish their exams in order that they’ll proceed with their larger training or apply for jobs, thereafter. This is the place on-line evaluation platforms come very helpful. At JNU now we have a ‘steady analysis’ system and I hope that Assess Online will probably be a lot assist there”. Its noteworthy that JNU was the primary larger training institute to introduce distant ‘viva’ for its college students, which helped many to take exams from their respective places, with out worrying about visiting campus for only one examination day.
Talking in regards to the partnership with JNU, Sanjay Goyal, Business Head, TimesJobs and TechGig mentioned, “We are thrilled to associate with certainly one of India’s most respected academic institute. Assess Online is India’s very personal platform designed particularly to get rid of the struggles of Indian college/school academics and college students. It has superior plagiarism detectors and distant proctoring measures to make sure a good evaluation. I’m hopeful that JNU’s school and college students will discover it immensely useful.” He additionally knowledgeable that Assess Online is already being utilized in 25+ schools and 35+ faculties pan-India. About 57,000+ assessments have been created and facilitated on Assess Online.
Assess Online is an easy-to-use platform that lets the academics create the specified assessments utilizing a number of instruments. Its ‘auto-evaluation’ opinions college students’ efficiency mechanically, providing a variety of time for academics to deal with enriched studying.
JNU plans to coach its school members in addition to the scholars by way of a sequence of coaching packages to equip them nicely with state-of-the-art technological information to allow them to cope with the current pandemic scenario.