The Indian government’s Ministry of Education launched the ‘SWAYAM’ platform to provide online training and certification programmes. The platform’s goal is to give professionals and students access to high-quality education that they can use wherever, whenever, and for a very low price.
On February 6, 2023, the University Grants Commission introduce four Swayam MOOCs, according to UGC Chairperson Prof. M. Jagadesh Kumar.
The Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) will focus on the history of Indian Buddhism, Buddhist philosophy, Abhidhamma (Pali), and Community Engagement & Social Responsibility.
According to a tweet shared by UGC India, these courses will commence on February 6 and end on May 23, 2023. The course will be hosted by the University for Buddhist Courses, Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies.
The Indian government’s Ministry of Education launched the ‘SWAYAM’ platform to provide online training and certification programmes. The platform’s goal is to give professionals and students access to high-quality education that they can use anytime, anywhere, and for a very low price.
Swayam is open to students, teachers, professionals, and anyone who wants to learn There are numerous courses available on the platform in a variety of subjects, including engineering, management, the humanities, science, and more. The courses are interactive, interesting, and current and are taught by knowledgeable professors from some of India’s leading educational institutions.
Students can engage in online forums, contact mentors and peers, and obtain certificates of accomplishment after completing their courses thanks to the platform.
Anyone looking to advance their education, pick up new talents, or simply learn something new will find ‘SWAYAM’ to be a fantastic resource. The platform, which was created to make education available, inexpensive, and of the highest quality, would undoubtedly help a lot of people in India and beyond.
The Government of India launched the SWAYAM initiative with the goal of achieving the three guiding principles of education policy: access, equity, and quality. The goal of this initiative is to provide everyone, including the most disadvantaged, with the best teaching and learning tools. ‘SWAYAM’ aims to close the digital divide for students who, up until now, have not experienced the digital revolution and are unable to participate in the knowledge economy.
(Source: Times of India)