UPES student’s research paper published

Currently pursuing her B. Tech in Computer Science, Anukruti Mathur was recently in the news for her research paper titled ‘Implementation of Technology-Enabled Education in Teaching and Learning: A Study’

Anukruti Mathur, a student of Cloud Computing and Virtualization Technology (CCVT) from School of Computer Science, UPES, has published her research paper in the Journal of Xidian University, a public research university in Xi’an, China. The paper titled ‘Implementation of Technology-Enabled Education in Teaching and Learning: A Study’ has been published in the fifth edition of 2020 of the Journal of Xidian University.

Anukruti did her research for this paper under the guidance of Dr. Naveen Tiwari and Dr. Gopal Dutt. Says Anukruti, “For the purpose of this study, survey was conducted amongst educators of different schools and colleges. Respondents gave details of the implementation and success of the use of computers and internet in schools in all districts of Uttarakhand.”

An elated Anukruti informs that she has been an avid researcher in college. “I am the Department Editor,” she adds, “for XRDS magazine printed and published from New York. Research has always interested me and I wish to pursue it in future as well.”

Sharing insights from her experience, Anukruti says, “My journey till now at UPES has been nothing short of amazing. The exposure and opportunities each one of us here get, paves our way towards holistic development. Labs embedded with latest equipments and technologies, various activities held throughout the course and the newly-added Coursera and HitbullsEye tie-ups give us a clear understanding of what lies ahead, thus making us industry ready.” She further adds, “I would sincerely express my deep sense of gratitude towards the management and teachers at UPES for integrating content vertically and horizontally, thus bringing out the best in me.”

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