Dimapur, May 04 (NE): The first Virtual Parents-Teachers-Students Conference organised by Tetso College with 1450 participants on May 01, 2020 shows that institutes in Nagaland, students and teachers are second to none.
Amid global pandemic Coronavirus situation, educational institutions were forced to shut down across the nation, till further orders. It has been almost two months since classes were suspended.
During this uncertainty, using latest technology for virtual classes has been the new norms for getting along with the educational activities.
A press release from Testo College said, in an effort to use the virtual platform as a means of connecting people at a time where social distancing has become a requirement, it appears that webinars and online meetings are fast becoming a norm.
The first Virtual Parent Teacher Conference was organised by Tetso College to reconnect and address questions from stakeholders. A total of 1450 attendees participated in the Conference which was held on May 01, 2020.
Issues discussed during the virtual conference were related to attendance, how best to prepare for the End Semester Exams and what measures can be taken to stay safe during the pandemic, it added.
The first Virtual Parents-Teachers-Students Conference was successfully conducted with1450 participants. Institutes in Nagaland, students and teachers are second to none. #nagalandcan@Neiphiu_Rio#pts #tetsofamily #tetsocollege #striveforexcellence #webinar pic.twitter.com/22f4c79Eec
— Tetso College (@TetsoCollege) May 1, 2020
The College also informed about its recent partnership with Coursera, a world class online learning platform to provide free online courses to its students and staff.
As a measure to contain the spread of the Coronavirus outbreak all educational institutions in the state has been ordered to shut down since March 17, 2020.