Union Human Resource Development (HRD) minister MM Pallam Raju launched the e-content for seven undergraduate subjects and asked the state board to improve quality of education and related infrastructure.
Expressing concern over poor quality of education, he said that there was an urgent need to improve the education system and upgradation of infrastructure to enhance education system in India.The courseware on subjects like Anthropology, English, Hindi, Mathematics, Photography, Environmental Studies and History has been prepared by Consortium for Educational Communication (CEC) which is an Inter-University Center of UGC on electronic media.Earlier, e-content on Botany had been launched. The modules are available on CEC and MHRD web portals. CEC had initiated the production of e-content under the National Mission on Education through ICT (NME-ICT), a plan project of HRD Ministry. It develops e content for various undergraduate subjects as per the UGC module curricula in collaboration with 22 media centres. Presently CEC is engaged in developing e-content courseware for nearly 90 undergraduate subjects.
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