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The School of Education prescribes the use of Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment (MOODLE), available in the E-Learning platform of the School ( Faculties must be using Moodle for sharing lesson schedules or plans, learning resources (reading and audio-visual materials) to students, assigning works to them, conducting e-forums and workshops, receiving their works, and providing feedback to them, assessing their learning, conducting tests, and giving them grades. Students should also be utilizing this resource in their learning process like making e-discussion with their faculties and classmates, accessing and sharing learning resources, submitting their works to their faculties and getting their feedback, participating in tests, etc. Emphasis on Moodle does not mean that other means of communication and interaction like email, telephone, Skype, Viber, G-Meet, Zoom, MS Teams, Facebook Live, YouTube Live, etc. could not be used. These could be used but together with Moodle. Moodle is basically for asynchronous learning (learning at one’s own time), though it could also be used for synchronous learning (learning by coming virtually together).

If some faculties and students feel a problem in managing these online learning resources, School will provide them the virtual technical support. For this, they could contact their respective HODs. Or, please contact Mr. Bibek Bhandari ( email –, our IT person, during normal hours. They could also write to