Artificial Intelligence will revolutionize the world of education

Morigaon: Supported by Adhividya Parishad, Morigaon B.Ed. College Morigaon organized a workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Robotics curriculum for principals of high and higher secondary schools in the B.Ed auditorium on Thursday. College. Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotics have been included as optional subjects for class nine students from this academic year. Inaugurating the program, District Commissioner Devashish Sharma said that Artificial Intelligence and robotics have already taken the medical sector to the pinnacle of development. He said that medical science is now progressing in the field of complex diseases like cancer and serious brain diseases. He said that artificial intelligence and robotics will make our daily lives much easier in the future. He said that artificial intelligence and robotics have also brought radical changes in administration.

He said that artificial intelligence will revolutionize the world of education in the near future. He said, it will become an integral part of our lives. He expressed satisfaction over the initiative to include Artificial Intelligence and Robotics as an additional subject in the Class IX curriculum. He said that science and technology have become widespread but its use should be appropriate. He said, “We should be aware that excessive dependence on artificial intelligence does not harm our emotions, human values etc.”

Speaking at the function, Morigaon Additional District Commissioner Pallavi Kachari urged the students to focus on mastering their mother tongue as well as English to adapt to the changes brought about by artificial intelligence in the coming days. Morigaon School Inspector Apurba Thakuria participated in this program. He said that ever since he took over as school inspector in the district, many steps have been taken to improve education with the cooperation of the district administration. He said that he would try to establish the district as one of the best educational districts of Assam and sought everyone’s cooperation. Assam Secondary Education Council (ASEC) has announced the launch of a curriculum on artificial intelligence and robotics at the school level.

Speaking at the function, prominent educationist Paresh Vaish said that school heads should be creative thinkers. The progress of the school is not possible without the hopeful efforts of the school heads. He told how artificial intelligence will affect our social life in the present time. In her speech, College Principal Dr. Dolly Buragohain expressed hope that the workshop will popularize the subject of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics especially in government medium schools.

Dr. Nazrina Rehman participated as a resource person and discussed various aspects of Artificial Intelligence. Another resource person, Prasenjit Sharma, Zonal Resource Person, Barpeta District, participated in the workshop and spoke about several educational apps that can benefit teachers and students through artificial intelligence. He stressed that schools should introduce artificial intelligence and robotics with interest.

Chief physician Dr. Jaya Prabha Boro in her speech emphasized on the mental aspect of the students. The meeting was attended by retired headmaster Manmohan Rajbanshi, who presented a survey on the results of the High School Leaving Certificate examination in Morigaon district. Secretary of Morigaon District Academic Council Rekhamani Buragohain was also present in the meeting.

The workshop also discussed topics like artificial intelligence and robotics curriculum, review of high school leaving examination results, results 2024, compilation of school history, health of students and precautions to be taken during floods. In addition, a book titled “Chandra Samai” published by Assam Foundation of North America on menstrual precautions and hygiene was distributed to school principals.

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