‘₹150 crore allotted for improving learning experience’

The Hindu Bureau
 ‘₹150 crore allotted for improving learning experience’

K. Ponmudy

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Saturday, 1st April 2023
Page No. 10
Chennai Print Edition

The government has allocated ₹150 crore to improve students’ learning experience and bring transparency in administration.

It is proposed to implement a learning management system, integrated with an enterprise resource planning software, in all higher educational institutions, Higher Education Minister K. Ponmudy said on Friday in his reply to demands during the discussion on Budget in the Assembly.

The department is investing in various programmes to improve polytechnic colleges. It has proposed to introduce a curriculum structure under the Naan Mudhalvan scheme and launch five sandwich diploma programmes in five colleges.

The department has proposed to provide internet facility in 31 institutions, set up a skill training centre for differently abled students at the Central Polytechnic College in Chennai, establish electric vehicle mobility centres in two colleges. An amount of ₹180 crore has been allotted to improve infrastructure in government colleges, Mr. Ponmudy said.

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