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  • Information and Communication Technology has added a lot of meaningfulness and dynamism in teaching-learning strategies. According to National Education Mission Through Information and communication Technology (NEMICT, India) teaching and evaluation has had a vital and positive impact on student accomplishments, particularly in terms of "Knowledge grasping” and "Practical &Presentation skills" especially in subject areas like Arithmetic, Science and Social Studies.

  • The goal of our new education is to create entrepreneurs, innovators, artists, scientists, thinkers and writers who can establish the foundation of knowledge-based economy. And this is impossible if education stays restricted to the confines of a conventional classroom. The major advantage of e-learning over offline mode is to access information anywhere and anytime. It is one of the most convenient ways to gather the knowledge and information in an interactive way. The institution has made an attempt to build up an e-learning environment which is the need of the hour. Through our endeavors we have been quite successful in achieving our goal of anytime-anywhere format of e-Learning. Through these efforts, we can give benefit to students and achieve the goals of e-learning. With this apparition our ffaculty members has developed e-content in their concerned subjects. Institution developed an in-house Web portal on HMV e-Learning. The e-Modules were made accessible to the students through this web portal in college network only.

  • ICT has the capacity to achieve the prospect for interactions between the participants by online tools to provide a richer learning environment than traditional tools would allow. With this vision ‘Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)’ was designed by Government of India to accomplish the three fundamental principles of Education i.e. access, equity and quality across the population. The objective of this effort is to bring the best teaching-learning resources to one and all. With the idea of providing access to the best quality learning resources across the country, the project ‘Study Webs of Active Learning for Young Aspiring Minds’ (SWAYAM) was started by MHRD , India. SWAYAM seeks to bridge the digital divide for students who have up till now remained untouched by the digital revolution and have not been able to join the mainstream of the knowledge economy. SWAYAM provides an integrated platform and portal for online courses, using information and communication technology (ICT) covering High School till all higher education subjects and skill sector courses to ensure that every student benefits from learning material through ICT. SWAYAM involves development of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) compliant e-content (video and text) and building a robust IT platform.

  • Each department of the college identified MOOC’s courses from SWAYAM/NPTEL Portals in their concerned subjects and Encouraged students to enroll in these courses.

  • As of now 389 students are enrolled in various MOOC’s courses.

HMVe-Learning Media Centre

The inclusion of e-Content in learning is now requisite, and the UGC initiative is designed to meet the new challenges, and to help India take the lead in this newly emerging field.

The HMVe-Learning media centre aims at developing high quality e-Content, as well as expertise for generating such content over the long term. The e-Content development and the associated web based learning is supplement to traditional teaching and learning. The e-Content, once developed, will be maintained at web portal HMVe-Learning. The content will be accessible to all teachers and students of the institution in college network. The goal of media center is to encourage the teachers in the college to develop educational content in electronic format, suitable for use in various teaching and learning programmes.