Framework For Performance Management, ICT-Based Digitalization in A Higher Education Institution

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Dr Praveen Kumar, Bhumika. G, Satyanarayana Bora
Mary Joseph, Bharat Sonnis, Aditya Singh Yadav


By improving teaching and learning, research, and governance, digital technology has altered the educational landscape in academic institutions. Adequate infrastructure, improved internet access, modern digital tools, a secure platform, and professionals with digital competency are all critically needed. Higher education institutions in India are clearly visible from the growing usage of ICT, cloud computing, AI, robotics, and virtual reality in daily operations, which improves competencies and aids in skill alignment with industry-based knowledge. Teaching in a regular classroom is becoming obsolete. The way that education is delivered has changed dramatically since the advent of technology. It provides the freedom for students to access learning at any time or location they want. The lines that were once drawn by understudies and educators being available in a similar spot simultaneously have likewise become more foggy because of education turning out to be more computerized. In the past ten years, internet and remote learning have grown in popularity in India. With the majority of the country now having access to digital technology, online learning courses are becoming more and more popular. Besides, understudy evaluation through digitalization technology is currently a chance on the grounds that to the improvement of learning management systems (LMS). Outside of the classroom, students can socialize with their peers. The pupils' soft skills have also been guided by the peer-centered learning component. LMS would enhance student evaluation and the teaching process.

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