The Self Learning Initiative

In order to fulfil the overall objectives of education and lifelong skills upgrading, the Institution has prioritized a number of specific goals and initiatives within the overall education and continuing training.


  • A coherent self-learning system to provide the opportunity for everyone to acquire additional skills, explore new domains and a solid foundation for lifelong learning. There must be equal opportunities and room for all.
  • The education must match the needs of the industry and the society.

Self Learning Initiatives Undertaken:

MOOC'S : MOOC stands for Massive Open Online Course. They are distance-learning courses run online by many universities worldwide. Usually, they are open to anyone who registers. One single course may admit even thousands of students. It is possible to study almost any subject through this method, and dozens of famous universities worldwide are now offering MOOCs. They can be treated as a standalone study for individuals interested in a particular subject matter, or consolidation study for a course you are already following. Most popular one being the Swayam-NPTEL courses run by the IIT’s.

Spoken Tutorial Courses : The spoken Tutorial Project aims to make spoken tutorials on FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) available in several Indian languages, for the learner to be able to learn in the language he/she is comfortable in. Project goal is to enable the use of spoken tutorials to teach in any Indian language, and to be taught to learners of all levels of expertise- Beginner, Intermediate or Advanced.

DrishTi : A Texas Instruments India University Program, DrishTI provides a competitive advantage to students by enabling them to learn, analyze and apply the theoretical concepts acquired in a classroom environment by making it more exciting, relevant, and valuable to the student. The objective of the contest is to increase the knowledge-base of future engineers so that they interact with industry-standard technology before they graduate and develop the skills needed to tackle tomorrow’s most challenging problems.

Mini/Micro Projects :Mini projects for engineering students gives an edge over the race of recruitment to work hard to ensure a good career. By doing mini projects, students can gain additional practical knowledge.

Seminars/Competitions :Students are encouraged to give a technical seminar in the area of their interest.

Participation Details Under Self-Learning Initiatives :
Batch Event Participated Certified Participated Certified Participated Certified Participated Certified Participated Certified
2012-2016 Batch NPTEL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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