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MHRD’s ‘Bharat Padhe Online’ ideas campaign will come to a close on April 16

The union HRD ministry had launched a week long ‘Bharat Padhe Online’ campaign for Crowd sourcing of Ideas for Improving Online Education ecosystem of India on 10th April  and will close on April 16. The campaign objective was to invite all the best brains in India to share suggestions/solutions directly with HRD Ministry to overcome constraints of online education while promoting …

IIT-D students, alumni initiative on e-learning

Under the SOLVE startup, established by the students & alumni of IIT Delhi to “solve” the problems plaguing the Indian Education System, the recent launch of e-learning portal www.intellify.in, wouldn’t have happened in a better time as the world fights COVID-19 with mass closures of schools and other institutions. This online platform for teachers and students has been developed and …

upGrad ties up with WeWork to expand its footprint in up skilling of latter’s members

In a strategic move, upGrad, online higher education company has partnered with WeWork, leading space-as-a-service platform, to expand its interactive programs nationally. Through this association, upGrad will leverage WeWork’s large members base to introduce industry-relevant programs and higher learning to the workplace, with an objective of enhancing member experiences and advancing their professional journeys. WeWork members across all locations in …

Leading global MOOCs platform announces complementary job-courses for on campus students, faculty

Coursera for Campus launch event in Delhi was attended by Jeff Maggioncalda, CEO (extrem left) along with a few university partners and Coursera India team members Coursera, the leading online learning platform, on Oct 3 announced Coursera for Campus — a new offering designed to help universities around the world respond to the unprecedented challenges posed by the Fourth Industrial …

New Trend: ‘Whatsapp’ Learning

India’s leading E–learning protagonist Prof MM Pant, who is also a disruptive education technology enthusiast, recently did a week-long course on MOOCs learning. The course taken by 145 educationists, educational professionals and scholars including from Sweden, UK, Bangladesh was perhaps first of its kind learning course using Whatsapp in India. The best outcome of this ‘disruptive’ and very useful course …

Alison.com’s India engagement goes physical from virtual

ALISON.com set up in 2007, is regarded as the pioneering MOOC platform of the world and has over 7 million registered learners, a million of them from India. Mike Feerick, Founder and CEO of ALISON.com was in Delhi recently to understand local needs and also enter into an alliance with Bhopal-based education & training network AISECT. Autar Nehru had a …

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