Admissions

2018

Admissions

2018

EKALAVYA-eOUTREACH

SAINTGITS takes pride on being selected by IIT Mumbai,as its 'e-OUTREACH Programme Remote Centre'. By this IIT Mumbai aims to enhance the teaching skills of faculty in engineering and science,of its member colleges through what is termed "Empowerment of students and teachers through Synchronous and Asychronous Instruction". Project ekalavya was initiated in 2004 to generate an interactive platform for the creation, absorption, dissemination and usage of knowledge. It is an Open Source Knowledge Initiative launched by the Affordable Solutions Laboratory (ASL), Department Of Computer Science & Engineering, IIT Bombay. Ekalavya is manifested in several programmes such as the eGURU, the eOUTREACH and the eCONTENT.  The OSCAR (Open Source Courseware Animations Repository) scheme under the eOUTREACH programme creates a large repository of interactive animations for teaching various concepts and technologies. This can be used through affordable dissemination for classroom teaching as well as for enabling independent learning and distance education.

The "Teach 1000 Teachers" programme was initiated by IIT Bombay in 2009 under the project, "Empowerment of Students/Teachers," sponsored by National Mission on Education Through ICT (NMEICT), funded by MHRD. The main aim of this programme is to work with Engineering Colleges in the country to enhance the teaching skills of faculty colleagues in core Engineering and Science subjects. Under the programme, IIT Bombay conducts ISTE workshops during the vacation period in summer and winter through various Remote Centers. Lectures are delivered by faculty from IIT Bombay, while tutorials and lab sessions are conducted in the same RC. The lecture transmission and live interaction takes place through distance mode using the AVIEW technology on the internet.

Under the scheme, IIT Mumbai conducts two-week ISTE workshops through distance mode, using EDUSAT network of ISRO and the AVIEW software using internet for live transmission at various remote centres across the country during summer and winter vacation.The programme is part of the 'National Mission on Education through Information and Communication Technology' (ICT), supported by the Ministry of Human Resource and Development. 

Remote Centre Coordinator (RC ID 1042)
Dr. M. C. Philipose, Principal, SAINTGITS College of Engineering.

  • Two weeks ISTE Short Term Training Programme (STTP) on Environmental Studies (June 2-12, 2015)

  • Two Week ISTE STTP on Introduction to Design of Algorithms (May 25-30, 2015)

  • Two weeks ISTE Short Term Training Programme (STTP) on pedagogy for Effective use of ICT in Engineering Education (January 5-31, 2015)

  • Two weeks Main Workshop on Control Systems (September 15-19, 2014)

  • Two weeks ISTE workshop on Cyber Security ( July 10 -20, 2014)

  • Two weeks ISTE workshop on Computer Networking ( June 30 - July 5, 2014)

  • Two weeks ISTE workshop on Computer Programming (June 16-21, 2014

  • Two weeks ISTE workshop on Fluid Mechanics (May 20-30, 2014)

  • Two weeks ISTE workshop on Signals and Systems (January 2-12, 2014)

  • Two weeks ISTE workshop on Engineering Mechanics (November 26 - December 6, 2013)

  • Two weeks ISTE workshop on Analog Electronics (June 4-14,2013)

  • Two weeks ISTE workshop on Database Management Systems (May 21-31,2013)

  • Aakash Android Application Programming Workshop for Students (23rd &24th February and 2nd and 3rd March 2013)

  • Two weeks ISTE workshop on Research Methods in Educational Technology (February 2 - 9, 2013)

  • Two weeks ISTE workshop on Thermodynamics (December 11-21, 2012)

  • Two day ISTE workshop on Aakash for Education (Nov 10-11,2012)

  • Two weeks ISTE workshop on Introduction to Research Methodologies(June 25 - July 4, 2012)

Effective use of Information and Communication Technologies helps in significantly addressing the issues of scarcity of trained teachers and difficulty in accessing the best educational contents. Aakash Tablet, launched by Government of India, is emerging as a key ICT tool for this purpose. When used in conjunction with the high speed network of NKN, Aakash has a great potential to become a ubiquitous and effective ICT tool for students and teachers. Aakash project at IIT Bombay is dedicated to the development of useful applications and contents for use with Aakash. It attempts to empower teachers by using a unique blend of technology, e-contents, and an innovative pedagogy. While the main focus of this project is on engineering education, it is proposed to use the creative talent of these professional students and teachers, to develop applications and contents for all levels of education. 
Saintgits college of Engineering (RC ID 1042) is also identified as one of the Aakash Project Centre of IIT Bombay.  IIT Bombay is providing Aakash tablets to the Aakash Project Centres with the goal of completing useful development of engineering colleges, and to build a large community of thousands of these talented professional students and teachers, to carry out large scale development of applications and content for use in all schools and colleges. Content in Indian languages will receive special attention. The long term vision is to create and sustain collaborative research efforts to work continuously on Aakash related R&D.

Aakash Coordinator

 

Rajesh. K. S  
Asst. Professor
Dept. of Computer Applications
Email: ktmksrajesh@gmail.com
Ph: 9946588839

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