Globus Infocom is offering 62 intelligent classrooms and four virtual classroom solutions under the Goa Higher Education Directorate to public schools.
Goa’s chief minister, Pramod Sawant, introduced these intelligent classrooms and virtual classroom set-ups in the four public schools in Sanquelim, Khandola, Quepem and Borda.
Speaking on the occasion, Globus Infocom CEO Kiran Dham said, “We are pleased to be part of the technology-integrated education project undertaken by Goa’s Higher Education Department and are overwhelmed to be chosen by Goa Government to provide our sophisticated technology-driven intelligent classroom & virtual classroom solution for learners.”
“As a responsible citizen, we are dedicated to contributing our best to achieving the goal of government. We are confident that it will surely be a help for learners to live by sitting at their own college to attend lectures from various institutes,” she added.
The 62 intelligent classrooms and four virtual classrooms will also nearly connect the four institutes for resource sharing in addition to offering the finest teaching material. It will assist learners from the four universities interact, discuss, watch videos, presentations, share files, as well as allow live streaming via LMS software.
This initiative will significantly enhance the quality of teaching and learning in schools and will develop a contemporary pedagogy for the holistic instructional experience.
“For over two centuries, we have been the pioneers in the education-technology industry and a brand of Make in India. To name a few, our solutions have been effectively implemented in significant Indian cities such as Delhi, Lucknow, Mysore, Bikaner, Dehradun, Varanasi, Haryana. Our goal is to provide these intelligent alternatives to any academic institution in India in order to make India more advanced and pro-active, “Dham added.