Students can take almost 40% of the total courses in a semester in a program through the study website Active Learning for Young Emerging Minds, also known as SWAYAM, according to a new version of the Commission on College Scholarships. The announcement posted on the official website indicates that the credit line for e-learning through active learning study websites for budding young minds in 2021 will allow an institution to acquire almost 40% of all courses per semester through online learning to offer the SWAYAM Internet platform.
In a letter to the Vice Chancellor for Universities and School Directors, UGC Secretary Rajnish Jain said that the University Scholarship Commission regulations for 2021 will allow an institution to authorize up to 40% of the total course, which is offered in a specific program in one semester through the online course offered through the SWAYAM platforms.
The University Scholarship Commission has developed 145 MOOCs, while 208 MOOCs are offered on the SWAYAM platform. Each institution of higher education has been asked to make the necessary changes in its statutes, ordinances, rules and regulations to incorporate and incorporate the provisions of the regulations for seamless integration through SWAYAM-based online courses. The Commission also added that none of the universities will deny student credit mobility for courses purchased through the SWAYAM platform.