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MOOCs

Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are free online courses available for anyone to enroll. MOOCs provide an affordable and flexible way to learn new skills, advance your career and deliver quality educational experiences at scale.The Sources by which we provide the study tutorial to the Students.

MOOCs

There detail of various MOOCs Courses are as follows:

Sr. No Course Name Name of Instructor Department Name
1. Safety in Construction Prof. J. Uma Maheswari Civil Engineering
2. Scheduling Techniques in Projects Prof. J. Uma Maheswari Civil Engineering
3. Concrete Technology Prof. B. Bhattacharjee Civil Engineering
4. Energy Efficiency, Acoustics and Daylighting in Building Prof. B. Bhattacharjee Civil Engineering
5. An Introduction to Artificial Intelligence Prof. Mausam Computer Science Engineering
6. Introduction to Embedded System Design Prof. Dhananjay V.Gadre & Prof. Badri N Subudhi Computer Science Engineering
7. Advanced Computer Architecture Prof. Smruti R.Sarangi Computer Science Engineering
8. Introduction to parallel programming with OpenMP and MP Prof. Yogish Sabharwal Computer Science Engineering
9. Electric Vehicles - Part 1 Prof. Amit Jain Electrical and Electronics Engineering
10. Principles of Digital Communications Prof. Abhishek Dixit Electrical and Electronics Engineering
11. High Power Multilevel Converters- Analysis, design and operational issues Prof. Anandarup Das Electrical and Electronics Engineering
12. Nonlinear and Adaptive Control Prof. Shubhendu Bhasin Electrical and Electronics Engineering
13. Power Quality Prof. Bhim Singh Electrical and Electronics Engineering
14. Energy Resources, Economics and Environment Prof. Rangan Banerjee Humanities and Social Sciences
15. Statistical Inference Prof. Niladri Chatterjee Mathematics
16. Advanced Probability Theory Prof. Niladri Chatterjee Mathematics
17. Scientific Computing using Matlab Prof. Mani Mehra & Prof. Vivek K. Aggarwal Mathematics
18. Ideal fluid flows using complex analysis Prof. Amit Gupta Mechanical Engineering
19. Thermodynamics Prof. S.R. Kale Mechanical Engineering
20. Introduction To Uncertainty Analysis And Experimentation Prof. S.R. Kale Mechanical Engineering
21. Crystals, Symmetry and Tensors Prof. Rajesh Prasad Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
22. Evaluation of Textiles Materials Prof. Apurba Das Textile Engineering
23. Testing of Functional and Technical Textiles Prof. Apurba Das Textile Engineering
24. Theory of Yarn Structure Prof. Dipayan Das Textile Engineering
25. Advanced Textile Printing Technology Prof. Kushal Sen Textile Engineering
26. Textured Yarn Technology Prof. Kushal Sen Textile Engineering
27. Textile Product Design and Development Prof. R Chattopadhyay Textile Engineering
28. New Spinning Technologies Prof. R Chattopadhyay Textile Engineering

Eklavya

Eklavya Technology Channel is a distant learning joint initiative between the IIT and IGNOU. It was inaugurated by Prof. Murli Manohar Joshi, Honourable Minister, HRD, S&T and Ocean Development on 26 January 2003.

The objective of this initiative is to bring to the audience the actual IIT classrooms virtually at their door steps. It is a channel dedicated to technical education and shall run programs generated at different IITs. The channel is designed to carry video courses in different disciplines generated at various IITs on weekdays and special interest programs on Sundays. Currently, eight complete courses are being run in parallel, contributed by IIT Delhi, IIT Kharagpur and IIT Madras and are repeated in the same sequence without a break.

Swanyam Prabha

The SWAYAM PRABHA is a group of 32 DTH channels devoted to telecasting of high-quality educational programmes on 24X7 basis using the GSAT-15 satellite. Every day, there will be new content for at least (4) hours which would be repeated 5 more times in a day, allowing the students to choose the time of their convenience. The channels are uplinked from BISAG, Gandhinagar. The contents are provided by NPTEL, IITs, UGC, CEC, IGNOU, NCERT and NIOS. The INFLIBNET Centre maintains the web portal.

The DTH Channels shall cover the following:

  • Higher Education: Curriculum-based course contents at post-graduate and under-graduate level covering diverse disciplines such as arts, science, commerce, performing arts, social sciences and humanities, engineering, technology, law, medicine, agriculture, etc. All courses would be certification-ready in their detailed offering through SWAYAM, the platform being developed for offering MOOCs courses.
  • School education (9-12 levels): modules for teacher's training as well as teaching and learning aids for children of India to help them understand the subjects better and also help them in preparing for competitive examinations for admissions to professional degree programmes.
  • Curriculum-based courses that can meet the needs of life-long learners of Indian citizens in India and abroad.
  • Assist students (class 11th & 12th) prepare for competitive exams.
  • Help Manual:- How to install and configure DD Free Dish to receive transmission on SWAYAMPRABHA channels:- Download As PDF

    Two-step process for configuring and installing DD Free Dish and Settop box, generally available with all TV dealers for less than Rs. 2,000/-, is as follows:

    Step 1 : Install DD Fresh Dish as per the directions given at: http://ddindia.gov.in/Technical/Pages/DD-Free-Dish-(DTH).aspx

    Step 2 : Set following parameters in the Set-top box for SWAYAM PRABHA Channels:

    a) Parameters for SWAYAM PRABHA channel No.1 to 16: Downlink Frequency: - 11590 MHz Polarization: - Vertical LNB Frequency: - 9750 Symbol Rate: - 29500 Ksps FEC: 3/4

    (b) Parameters for SWAYAM PRABHA channel No. 17 to 32: Downlink Frequency: - 11670 MHz Polarization: - Vertical LNB Frequency: - 9750 Symbol Rate: - 29500 Ksps FEC: 3/4

    IIT Pal

    IIT-Professor Assisted Learning or IIT-PAL was recently launched under the SwayamPrabha channels of HRD ministry. All an aspirant needs is internet connectivity or a DTH setup for TV. From the comfort of their homes, aspirants in the cities as well as remote villages could watch lectures on physics, chemistry and mathematics. There are also lectures in biology as it’s an essential ingredient of the IIT foundation courses. IIT-Delhi in charge of the project that also has as partners IITs from Mumbai, Kanpur, Chennai, Kharagpur and Guwahati. Some KendriyaVidyalaya teachers have also contributed to the lecture bank. So far, IIT-D has recorded over 600 hours of video content that’s available via satellite TV and YouTube.

    Each subject has its own free-to-air DTH channel that transmits fresh content as per a fixed course schedule for four hours daily (two each for classes XI and XII). This is repeated six times a day so that a student could watch it as per his/her convenience. So far, the instruction only consists of recorded lectures. But soon, downloadable e-learning material apart from ‘doubt clearing’ sessions would go live too.

    The main objective of the initiative is to assist the students of Class XI and XII who are IIT aspirants. The lectures that are delivered by experts in the specific subjects will help the students understand basic concepts in a very simple way. It will also help the socially and the economically backward students prepare for the IIT exam.

    The SWAYAM PRABHA is conceived as a group of 32 DTH channels devoted to telecasting of high-quality educational programmes on 24X7 basis using the GSAT-15 satellite.

    There are 4 channels under IIT-Pal for Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The videos under these channels are recorded mainly by IIT Delhi Professors.

    You can watch some of the videos in “Archive” section of below links

  • Channel 19: IIT PAL: Biology Schedule
  • Channel 20: IIT PAL: Chemistry Schedule
  • Channel 21: IIT PAL: Mathematics Schedule
  • Channel 22: IIT PAL: Physics Schedule
  • Take a Look at http://www.swayamprabha.gov.in