E-CLASSROOMS

The College is equipped with e-classrooms to enable students with world-class teaching experience via audio-visual teaching methodologies. Our College has introduced an active learning atmosphere through the state of art e-classroom facilities. The presence of technology in the classroom is a testimony to access to knowledge and communication tools online at the workplace. Faculty can also share their discipline-specific application of technology such as the use of online databases.

E-classrooms provide a unique opportunity to use technology to implement prompt feedback and thereby augment the current classroom experience. Coordinating various instructional streams with student assessment and feedback will provide the means for instructors to know when and if their intended message was communicated to their students, permitting instructors and students to react quickly when there is a gap between intent and understanding. Further, developing a flexible instructional infrastructure will create a bridge between course objectives and course assessment, classroom instruction and student feedback, and seat-time and study-time. By developing this framework within an e-classroom, information can be gathered to measure student, instructor, and organizational achievement and to assist in improvement.

Jyothishmathi Institute of Technology & Science is known for its Technology enabled teaching practices through Digital class rooms. The classrooms are well-designed rooms that incorporate everything needed for a pleasant learning atmosphere. The wide spacious classrooms contain a white board and also a projector that is used for teaching so a professor can switch to different modes of teaching as and when required so the teaching isn’t monotonous and the lectures are put across in the best way possible. This hi-tech equipment enables our faculty to conduct classes in a way that enable students to make use of every available resource from one point at the click of a button. These classrooms are also often used for seminars and events from time to time.

RAVINDAR MOGILI

Associate Professor

M.Tech (CSE), (Phd)

14 Years of Teaching experience

Area of interest: Data Mining, Machine learning, Image processing

ravindermogili@gmail.com

Mobile: 9493142141

 

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