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Date: 2024-02-22

Embracing Innovation: A Hands-on Training Session on IonCUDOS at Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology

In the rapidly evolving landscape of engineering education, the integration of advanced software tools into curriculum assessment has become crucial for maintaining global standards. Recognizing this imperative, the Mechanical and Production Engineering (MPE) Department at Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology hosted an insightful hands-on training session on the IonCUDOS software on February 11, 2024 (Sunday). This event marked a significant step forward in harnessing technology to streamline and enhance the assessment processes within the department. The training, held in the prestigious VC seminar room from 10 am to 3:30 pm, drew the participation of all faculty members of the MPE Department, highlighting the community's eagerness to adopt innovative solutions for educational challenges. Prof. Dr. Mazharul Islam, professor of MPE department, led the session, bringing his expertise and enthusiasm to the forefront of this educational initiative.

The session commenced with an opening speech by the head of the department, Prof. Dr. A. N. Mustafizul Karim, who eloquently underscored the importance of IonCUDOS for the department's assessment strategies. His insights set a tone of anticipation and commitment among the attendees, emphasizing the software's potential to revolutionize their approach to curriculum development and evaluation. Prof. Dr. Mazharul Islam then took the stage to deliver a comprehensive live demonstration of IonCUDOS, guiding the faculty through its functionalities with meticulous attention to detail. His demonstration covered every aspect of the software, from basic operations to more complex features, ensuring that the faculty could leverage its full potential. The live demonstration was not only informative but also interactive, allowing faculty members to engage directly with the software under expert guidance. The morning session concluded with a vibrant question-and-answer segment, where faculty members had the opportunity to clarify their doubts and discuss practical applications of IonCUDOS.

Following a prayer and lunch break, the afternoon session was spearheaded by Mr. Mohiuddin Sarker, a dedicated member of the OBE committee and Lecturer Grade II. Mr. Sarker's session reiterated the functionalities of IonCUDOS with another live training, reinforcing the morning's lessons and ensuring that all faculty members were comfortable with the software's operation. The training culminated in a hands-on session where faculty members, guided by the day's learnings, explored IonCUDOS independently. This practical exercise was critical in solidifying their understanding and confidence in using the software, marking a successful end to a day filled with learning and discovery.

As the MPE Department embarks on this journey of technological integration, the success of the IonCUDOS training session illuminates the path forward, promising a future where technology and education converge to create unparalleled learning experiences.