Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, May 21
An initiative taken in sync with the Central Government policy for promoting online classes in the wake of Covid-19 pandemic, the Society for Promotion of IT in Chandigarh (SPIC) under the aegis of the Department of Information Technology, UT, is launching its virtual classroom to fill the gap created by suspended conventional classroom learning due to ongoing nationwide lockdown.
A statement issued by the department stated that SPIC would conduct high-end IT and bootcamp courses through virtual classroom for engineering students as well as IT professionals, who want to upgrade themselves.
The virtual classroom will be like a real-time classroom experience where instructor can teach online more naturally using high definition video for face to face interaction. Students can enjoy clear audio, video, data sharing and use breakout sessions for collaborative and individualised learning experience.
To promote this virtual classroom, SPIC is organising free sessions for students on emerging IT courses to give an insight to its curriculum and virtual classroom experience. IT students and professionals can visit SPIC website www.spicindia.com to get all detailed information. SPIC has sourced WebEx meet from CISCO under corporate social responsibility (CSR) for free till the lockdown period lasts.
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