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Workshop on Testing and Evaluation for Hindi and Tamil at CIIL

Mysuru, March 27:- Prof D G Rao Director, Central Institute of Indian Languages (CIIL) inaugurated the five day Training-cum-workshop on Testing and Evaluation and question Item Writing Monday in the city held for the Assistant Professors and Research Scholars of Hindi and Tamil working in Universities and Colleges in South India.

The workshop is organised by the National Testing Service-India (NTS-I) at Central Institute of Indian Languages (CIIL), Mysuru from 26th to 30th March, 2018.

In his presidential remarks, Prof  D G  Rao, Director,  CIIL  said  that  there  is  need  to thoroughly  revamp  our  current  educational  setups  if we  aim  to  provide  quality  education to learners in all areas and providing quality education is subject to regular academic auditing and state-of-the-art testing & evaluation techniques.

Prof P Perumalsamy, Professor-cum-Deputy Director, CIIL briefed the participants about the activities of the CIIL and its various schemes.

Pankaj Dwivedi, Officer In-charge of NTS-I briefed about the objectives  of  the  workshop.  He  further  added  that  in  order  to  achieve  the quality  education,  NTS-I  is  striving  hard  in  the  areas  of  material  production,  manpower  and methods development.

Prof P R Dharmesh Fernandez, Professor-cum-Deputy  Director, CIIL and Head, Centre for Testing and Evaluation proposed vote of thanks in the workshop.

He also requested to the participants to make use of this opportunity and to pass the learning on to their students.

Dr Biresh  Kumar,  Resource  Person,  NTS-I,  CIIL  welcomed  the  guests  and participants and also compeered the inaugural session of the workshop. Dr Biresh Kumar, Dr Sanjay Prasad Srivastava, Dr V.Ilangovan , Dr. R. Shakunthala and other academic, administrative and technical staff of CIIL, etc. were also present on the occasion.Sixty six Assistant Professors and Research Scholars from various Universities and Government First Grade Colleges of Southern states of India who are engaged in teaching and research of Hindi and Tamil are participating in this training workshop.

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