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In NPTEL Phase II around 600 undergraduate and post graduate courses have been proposed and they are under development. The concept of multimedia based courses with high potential of interactivity has become a popular and a viable option for both the developed and the developing nations, though for different reasons. Offering multimedia courses in technology-assisted modes has not only become invaluable for the student, but also an attractive and creative option for faculty.
Such courses have the potential to enhance the on-and off-campus learning experience for students and in a distance learning mode. Technology opens up several interesting avenues for innovation in design and delivery of courses as also for sharing expertise among faculty in different parts of the world.
In India, where a large number of private institutions have entered the field of engineering education with inadequate faculty support and training, the project is aimed at providing a standard for academic content for both the teacher and the student. Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player.