Shadan Group of Educational Institutions Adopts Radix Learning’s Actionable! Assessment Solution
Large numbers of students from engineering colleges aspire to start their career as entry-level software developers. Companies continue to complain that only 15-20% of all students from engineering colleges in India are employable.
Shadan Group of Educational Institutions, Hyderabad which runs more than 10 engineering colleges in Hyderabad and other locations in AP has adopted Radix Learning’s Next Generation Actionable! Learning, Practice and Self-Assessment solution to each and every student and faculty in all its engineering colleges.
Commenting on this decision, Dr. Visarath Rasool Khan, Chairman of the Shadan Group of Institutions said, “We are keen to have all our students in all our engineering colleges to develop strong competencies in the areas of Computer Science and IT so that they would have a distinctive edge to be sought after by companies rather than being just employable. We have chosen Radix Learning’s Actionable! Learning, Practice & Self-Assessment solution because of its flexible and personalized learning. We are proud to make available this next generation, technology-enabled learning and practice solution that is used by students of top institutions like BITS, Pilani and IIIT, Bangalore”.
The core of the solution rests on its powerful, computer-based, automatically evaluated, task-centric assessments. Both students and faculty can benefit immensely by adopting the solution. The solution currently covers several courses of Computer Science / Information Technology relevant at the undergraduate level in most universities and engineering colleges that many companies have indicated as significant for entry-level software developer positions.
Learners have an ability to use the Practice Center to practice solving task-based problems that are designed to develop one’s competencies in specific courses. The learner’s solution is automatically evaluated and deep feedback is provided to enable a strong “learn by doing” environment. The learner can practice working with literally hundreds of task-based problems, categorized by topics and levels of difficulty. In addition, a Self-Assessment Center enables learners to evaluate themselves and benchmark their competencies with a peer group. Detailed reports provide actionable intelligence to the learner in developing relevant competencies.
Dr. Raja Subramanian KRV, CEO of Radix Learning said “Developing programming and other competencies require practice. Students can practice solving numerous task-based problems, while the automated evaluation system provides them with detailed feedback. I look forward to the 12,000 students of the Shadan Group of Educational Institutions to enjoy using the solution, and delight in their transformation”!
About Shandan Group of Educational Institutions, Hyderabad
The Shadan Group of Educational Institutions is run by the Shadan Education Society, Hyderabad. Shadan Educational Society was registered as an Educational body in the year 1985, under A.P. registration Act of 1350 Fasli. This Society is a Minority Body with the main objective to promote and popularize Quality and Modern Education among the general masses, and more particularly the minorities. The Shadan Group of Educational Institutions consists of several engineering colleges, a medical college and many other colleges offering a wide variety of degree programs from arts, commerce, computer applications, pharmacy and management.
About Radix Learning
Radix Learning specializes in providing next-generation, technology-enabled assessment and learning solutions to educational institutions and companies. Its solutions enable educational institutions to train students effectively and conduct task-based assessments efficiently, and companies to recruit and manage talent better. The company is incubated by the prestigious IIIT, Bangalore, is led by Dr. Raja Subramanian KRV, an eminent educationist, and managed by alumni from BITS, Pilani and IIMs.