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KCCI calls on Div Com, raises fuel shortage concerns

Post by on Friday, June 17, 2022

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Srinagar, June 16: Kashmir Chamber of Commerce and Industries (KCC&I) President, Sheikh Ashiq and General Secretary Farooq Amin Thursday called on Divisional Commissioner, PK Pole and raised concern of fuel shortage in Kashmir.
According to the statement, Div Com listened to concerns of the delegation patiently and said that there is no need to panic as people can go to retail outlets of Indian oil corporation limited and Bharat Petroleum Corporation limited and can refill fuel.
“He also said that by evening today, Hindustan Oil Corporation limited will also have sufficient stock of petrol and diesel and in future there will not be price rise in fuel,” the KCCI spokesperson said.
St. Luke’s Convent School partners with EMBIBE to empower teachers with AI
Srinagar, June 16: Anantnag based St. Luke’s Convent School is partnering with EMBIBE, a leading education technology platform to empower teachers with Artificial Intelligence enabled personalised teaching solutions.
Teachers will be able to impart quality education and provide personalised attention to every student and deliver learning outcomes as defined by the New Education Policy.
Speaking on the importance of personalised learning that helps teachers fix learning gaps in students, Mr. Masood Ahmad, ChairmanSt. lukes Convent School, said, "This initiative will give students more access to high quality education content and deeper insights on their own performance and learning behavior. This will of course be highly beneficial for teachers who can now at a simple click of a button understand the strengths and weaknesses of every student and take necessary action.”
"The aim is to create an adaptive learning environment around the teachers and the students, catalysing high quality digital education with 3D content aligned to our syllabus, while fueling the imagination of young minds.
"Teachers can now create impactful lessons using innovative technology. The teacher can teach with just a click of a button through both online and offline mode. Assigning homework that is personalised to students and conducting tests using the platform is also now very simple and efficient. Moreover, he said, it also helps keep track of a student's grade, syllabus coverage, score progress, ascertain behavioural change and class engagements, among other things. All this has been made possible due to partnership with EMBIBE
"We are working to ensure that both teachers and students, regardless of the medium of learning would benefit with this technology enabled alliance, specially when the pandemic cast a heavy shadow over school education," said Mr. Rakesh Dahiya of EMBIBE.

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