The National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL) has launched new courses on electric vehicles and renewable energy. NPTEL offers over 500 online courses for free to learners across the country. Enrollment for the first set closes on August 2.
- The National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL) is a joint digital learning initiative of IITs and IISc.
- The enrolment into NPTEL courses for July – December 2021 semester has already been started.
- Candidates can apply online at swayam.gov.in/N PTEL.
- The last date to enroll for the first set of N PTEL courses is August 2.
- The courses include electric vehicles and renewable energy, design for IoT, business and sustainable development.
New courses on electric vehicles and renewable energy, design for IoT, business, and sustainable development have been launched through the Swayam platform by the National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL), a joint digital learning initiative of the Indian Institutes of Technology and Indian Institute of Science.
The process of enrolling in NPTEL courses for the July – December 2021 semester has already begun. Interested candidates should be aware that the deadline to enroll in the first round of NPTEL courses is August 2. Candidates can submit their applications online at swayam.gov.in/NPTEL.
NPTEL provides more than 500 courses absolutely free of charge to learners all around the country through its online learning platform. “SWAYAM-NPTEL is actively collaborating with more than 4,000 educational institutions in engineering, arts, science, commerce, and management across the country,” stated NPTEL Coordinator Prof Vignesh Muthuvijayan.
NPTEL offers certification courses in the form of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). Learning is done online through video lectures, with assignments due weekly or monthly, and a proctored final exam available for those who wish to take it.
The National Physical Laboratory (NPTEL) was founded in 2003 by seven Indian Institutes of Technology (Bombay, Delhi, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Madras, Guwahati, and Roorkee) and the Indian Institute of Science (Bangalore) as a collaborative effort.