(NPTEL) Swayam Registration: Explore All Online Free Learning Courses

(NPTEL) Swayam Registration: Explore All Online Free Learning Courses

India is fighting with the COVID-19 pandemic, and we are sure that India will win the war against the CORONA. The government is providing good medical facilities to the citizens of India. The government of India has launched a mission named Aatman Nirbhar Bharat Abhiyan.

However, the number of cases is increasing in India every day. But the good thing is the recovery rate of India is the highest in the world. Every day, a new number of cases and the number of recovery cases is equal in India.

The COVID-19 pandemic is also affecting the education of children. Till this date, the schools of Inda is closed due to COVID-19. The government has announced a lockdown situation in march 2020.

In September 2020, school of all over India is closed. To resume the education process, the government has launched a portal named Swayam Portal.

About Swayam Portal:

Today, we will do a discussion about all the aspects of the portal and give you the information about hoe this portal can be used. The government has launched this portal to provide online education all over the country. The students will get the education through online classes of their standard.

The government will give the courses of std.9th to the post-graduation level. The education is given to the portal in an audiovisual way. India’s best teacher will educate on this portal. The central theme of the portal is to establish the best teaching and earning process in India.

In place of the classroom, the teachers will teach the student on the internet on this portal. The launching of this portal is based mainly on three points that are access, equity, and quality.

The accessibility is possible in India due to high-speed internet. The student should access the class in their home. All the students of India can participate in the lecture on the portal. However, we all know that the best teacher in all over India will take a lesson on the portal.

The objective of the portal

The main objective to launched this portal is to create the availability of the content of courses from class 9th to post-graduate level. With the use of this portal, the government wants to make one platform for all in an online mode. On one platform, you can run and host several courses.

Yet, the government will conduct an online examination on this portal. Each course that is teaching on the portal the examination of those courses will also be conducted. After examination, the government will also provide the certificate to each candidate who has participated in the courses.

However, the government will also remove the technical problems that will occur during the online classes. Many state government is giving free laptops and internet to the student of the colleges and schools which will help them to learn online. The government will also consider the requirement of college and school students.

Requirements for the portal:

There are no eligibility criteria for the portal. However, the government has launched this portal for all the students of India, and anyone can take part in the online lecture. Yet, there is some requirement of technical things that is a must for online education.

We will give you the list of the technical requirement that every student have to carry with them before applying for the online lecture.

  • high-speed internet connection
  • A laptop or PC with windows and flash player installed
  • Port 1935 RTMP or Port 80 must be available
  • chrome, firefox, opera, safari – any one browser should be open.

The registration process of the portal

Before taking part in an online lecture, you have to register yourself on the portal. The process for registration s as below:

  • You must visit the portal website of the portal
  • On the home page, click on the registration.
  • After clicking on the registration link, the students have to register themselves on the portal. After registration, you can take part in online education.


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