With time, distant learning has become a part of life. It benefited students in much better ways. By looking up all this, UGC has permitted regular universities for online teaching even after covid-19.
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UGC START 123 FREE NEW ONLINE COURSES
Along with the new adaptation of online learning by the University Grants Commission (UGC), it will begin with 123 distinct online courses. Besides, it launched 40 programmes for postgraduate and 83 for undergraduate students. Free online courses include non-technical courses of UG and PG courses. Courses such as animations, cyber security, financial accounting, etc are a part of the programme. T
HOW TO APPLY
These online learning courses are available on the Study Webs of Active Learning for Young Aspiring Minds Regulations (SWAYAM) platform. UGC said that universities have to inform the students about SWAYAM courses.
Additionally, Swayam Prabha and National Academic Depository (NAD) also offer these online courses, says D.P. Singh.
Interested students can enroll by visiting the official website of UGC. The last date to enroll for next semester’s online courses is 31st August.
EXAMS IN THE FIRST WEEK OF SEPTEMBER SAYS UGC
UGC has notified the central and other universities regarding the SWAYAM exams. At the end of August, the examinations are expected for the January to April semester. Further, NTA will supervise this examination at various examination centers.
TECHNICAL COURSES IN REGIONAL LANGUAGES
In addition to all the good steps by the administration, it also promotes regional languages. This will allow the students to learn things in their languages. Technical courses will also be available in many regional languages.
INSTRUCTIONS TO START AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
The new semester classes should start as soon as possible, instructs UGC. These instructions are not for a particular mode of learning. Whether it is online or offline the announcement is the same for all.