Monitoring cell set up to check SU academic activitiesSeptember 17, 2014
HYDERABAD: A monitoring cell has been set up at Sindh University Vice-Chancellor Secretariat to keep an active eye on academic activities on the campus and online attendance of students and presence of faculty members in the class rooms.
The monitoring cell will work whole the day long and present the report to the vice chancellor on daily basis. This was unearthed by the vice chancellor Prof Dr Imdad Ali Ismaili while talking to the students in various class rooms.
Vice Chancellor visited chemistry, environmental sciences, fresh water biology, zoology and physiology departments on the campus to review the ongoing educational activities. He asked related questions from the students in their class rooms and taught them integration and various formulas of mathematics and IT.
Speaking on the occasion, Prof Dr Imdad Ali Ismaili advised the students to get access to digital library so as to study those 40 thousand books and 25 research journals which are available online.
He said these books could also be read through smart mobile phones by using 3G internet but the nexus with the library must not be finished.
Defining quality education, Dr Ismaili said that quality education was that which should be acceptable to both nationally and globally adding that SU was providing the students with such schooling.
He further said: “SU is being shifted to ISO certification for which the significant decisions have been made including introducing online students attendance system.”
He added that 75 % of attendance had been made compulsory for appearing in the semester examinations. Therefore he advised the students to remind their teachers about posting their attendance online so that they may not feel any problem in terms of attendance.
Vice chancellor visited the seminar libraries of the above mentioned departments and ordered the librarians to attach tags showing classification & catalogue on the books kept in the libraries.
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