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‘SWAYAM’
Study Webs of Active-learning for Young Aspiring Minds
The Indian e-Learning Platform
As per ‘Digital India’ Initiative, MHRD has initiated to develop & make available ‘Massive
Online Open Courses (MOOCs)’ to the learners through out the country. The Ministry of
HRD, has accordingly embarked on a major and new initiative called ‘Study Webs of Active
Learning for Young Aspiring Minds’ (SWAYAM), which will provide one integrated platform
and portal for online courses, using information and communication technology (ICT) and
covering all higher education subjects and skill sector courses to ensure that the every student
in our country has access to the best quality higher education at the affordable cost.
SWAYAM is initiated by Government of India, to take best teaching learning resources to all,
including the most disadvantaged.
The three cardinal principles of Education Policy viz., access, equity and quality shall be
achieved by providing high quality e-content to all learners in the country through SWAYAM.
Courses delivered through SWAYAM are available free of cost to the learners, are delivered by
best of the teaching fraternity.
MHRD has constituted, National MOOCs Coordinators (NMCs), numbering 8 that have
been entrusted as under with the responsibilities to ensure MOOCs are developed & deliv-
ered in various disciplines and ultimately subjects are covered fully.
The NMCs are University Grants Commission (UGC), contributing to ‘Non Engineering
Post Graduation Degree Programme; IIT Madras and other groups of NPTEL, contributing
to Technical / Engineering UG & PG degree programme; Consortium for Education Com-
munication (CEC), contributing to Non Technology Under Graduation degree programme;
Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU), contributing to Diploma and Certificates
Programme; NCERT, contributing to School Education from 9th to 12th; National Institute
of Open Schooling (NIOS); Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Bangalore, contributing to
Management Programme, & other IIMs and National Institute of Technical Teachers Training
& Research (NITTTR), contributing to Teacher Training Programme.
The Subject Matter Experts (chosen by the NMCs) have been hosting courses, taught in class-
rooms from 9th class till post-graduation in a number of disciplines that can be accessed by
anyone, anywhere at any time. In this process academicians from hundreds of institutions
through out the country are involved in developing & delivering MOOCs through SWAYAM
in almost all disciplines from senior schooling to Post Graduation wherein it is intended to
develop world class content.
The MHRD has developed a detailed “MOOCs Guidelines, 2017” (Page 71-86) and funding
for development & delivery of MOOCs is being provided by MHRD through institutions.
The courses hosted on SWAYAM are developed in 4 quadrants – (i) e-Tutorial: video lecture

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(using audio-video, multi-media, animation and state of the art pedagogy / technology), (ii)
e-Text: specially prepared reading material that can be downloaded /
printed (iii) Discussion forum: for raising doubts and clarifying them on a near real time
basis by Course Coordinator or his team and (iv) Assignments: which shall contain; Prob-
lems and Solutions that could be in the form of Multiple Choice Questions, Fill in the blanks,
Matching Questions, Short Questions, Long Questions, Quizzes, Assignments and solutions,
FAQs and providing Clarifications on general misconceptions. Assignments are checked &
assessment/ feedback made available to registered students.
Development of SWAYAM Platform has been entrusted to ‘All India Institute of Technical
Education (AICTE)’ in March 2016, for in-house development, accordingly, the High qual-
ity IT Platform has been developed by the Microsoft. With additional features, the Phase-II,
SWAYAM is operational w.e.f 27th June 2017. The Pllatform is intended to host about 2000
courses and 80000 hours of learning material, within 2-3 years, on SWAYAM: covering
school, under-graduate, post-graduate, engineering, law and other professional courses. The
AICTE is also hosting the entire content on ‘SWAYAM Cloud’, which is expected to grow and
support about 3 Crore users with 10 lakh concurrent connections, in a few years.
UGC and AICTE have issued ‘Credit Framework for online learning courses through
SWAYAM, Regulation 2016’ (Page 87-99 (http://www.ugc.ac.in/pdfnews/0272836_moocs.
pdf); allowing upto 20% Online courses taken through SWAYAM, to be counted for credit.
Grades earned by successful students studying in conventional Institutes shall be transferred
to the academic record of such Students. The MHRD, with effect from 16th November
2016, has on Trial basis, made public the SWAYAM portal “https://swayam.gov.in”. A screen
short of the Platform is shown as under. At present about 434 Online courses are listed on
SWAYAM and about 260 MOOCs have already been delivered, attended by above 74,000
Learners thought India.

The Online Courses are planned in such a way, so that few hours of student engagement takes

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place, each week, which is followed by assignment or case studies given by the Expert to the
registered students. The Teaching Assistance (TA), associated with the Experts delivering the
MOOCs, shall check assignments and assess them and feedback on this shall be provided to
students on regular basis. In order to earn credits, registered students shall be asked to ap-
pear end-examination, which shall be proctored. On successful completion of each course,
the institution offering the course would issue the certificate and the student shall get credits
transferred into their marks certificate, issued by parent institution.
Discussion forum and interaction with peer group & Mentor shall be carried out on ‘Discus-
sion Forum’ on the SWAYAM. Discussion forum shall be made very active and the students
shall be encouraged to ask numerous questions to experts & post queries on SWAYAM plat-
form on a daily basis. Frequently Asked Questions (based on the SMEs’ past experience) shall
be posted along.
The Video’s from Online Courses, available on SWAYAM platform, shall also be used for
transmission in ‘SWAYAM Prabha’ (the 24X7, 32 educational DTH channels already launched
by the MHRD on 15th August 2016, using G-SAT-15 Satellite). Attempt shall be made to
synchronise course scheduling on SWAYAM Prabha channels with the courses delivered on
SWAYAM platform.
SWAYAM courses are now open to foreign students also, however credits transfer, if any, to
such students shall take place through Local partner(s) only.
The Online Courses delivered on SWAYAM, are going to reduce the digital divide. It shall,
turn out to be a disruptive technology and change the present business model of higher ed-
ucation. Since the MOOCs on SWAYAM is integrated with conventional education, it shall
bring-in tremendous learning opportunity in coming days and shall prove a game changer in
the Indian education sector.

Chairman
Swayam Board

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CONTENT

1. List of UG Courses (Non Engineering) 06-18


by CEC [ 62 Courses ]

2. List of PG Courses (Non Engineering) 19-30


by UGC [ 63 Courses ]

3. List of PG & UG Courses (Engineering) 31-55


by NPTEL [ 155 Courses ]

4. List of PG & UG Courses (Management) 56-58


by IIM Bangalore [ 10 Courses ]

5. List of Certificate & Diploma Courses 59-62


by IGNOU [ 11 Courses ]

6. List of Courses for School (9th - 12th) 63-66


by NCERT [ 08 Courses ]

7. List of Courses for School (9th - 12th) 67-70


by Open School - NIOS [ 14 Courses ]

8. Guidelines 71-86

9. UGC Regulations 87-92

10.
AICTE Regulations 93-99

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List of Under Graduate
Courses
(Non Engineering)
By : CEC

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1. Institute: IIT Roorkee


Course Name: Making of Modern In-dia Next Run Start Date: 24th Oct 2017
Next Run End Date: 19th Oct 2017
Instructor: Prof. BhaskarChakraborty, Cente-
Course Objectives: This course ‘Organic Chemistry-I’
nary Professor of History and IR will cater to 1st semester of CBCS based curricula of
Institute: St. Xavier’s College, B.Sc. Chemistry and B.Sc. Physical Science (Physics,
(Autono-mous), Kol-kata. Chemistry and Mathematics) under ‘Section-B’ of
Next Run Start Date: 7thAug 2017 the paper ‘Chemistry-DSC 2A: Atomic Structure,
End Date: 31st Oct 2017 Bonding, General Organic Chemistry & Aliphat-
ic Hydrocarbons’. It will also cater to Section-B of
Course Objectives: The course will ensure
Generic Elective paper namely ‘Atomic Structure,
a thorough grounding to the emergence of Bonding, General Organic Chemistry & Aliphatic
modern Indian politics and society. Students Hydrocarbons’ of B.Sc. Honours with Chemistry
com-pleting the course will be able to appre- CBCS syllabus.
ciate the nuances of the histori-cal process
through which modern Indian politics and 4.
Course Name: Atomic structure and chemical bond-
society has emerged.The course seeks to
ing-an introductory course
equip the students with the analytical skill to Instructor: Dr. Sanjiv Kumar
relate contemporary developments to their Institute: IGNOU, New Delhi
historical anteced-ents.The course will en- Next Run Start Date: 5th Sept 2017
courage the students to develop skills in his- Next Run End Date: 14th oct 2017
Course Objectives: The course is designed to address

Under Graduate
tori-cal thinking and analysis, with particular
the needs of the learners of first semester of B.Sc.
reference to modern India. The skill to think
Chemistry and B.Sc. Physical Science under CBCS
like a historian will enable the students to use of UGC. In this course, a conceptual development
it with profit in their chosen professions and approach is followed as against the typical descriptive
careers. approach.

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Course Name: Penning for Frames Course Name: Indian Culture and Art
Instructor: Subha Das Mollick, Media Teacher and Instructor: Dr. SarojChaman, Prof (retd.)
Filmmaker Institute: Punjabi University, Patiala
Institute: St. Xavier’s College, Next Run Start Date: 3rd Oct 2017
(Autonomous), Kolkata. Next Run End Date: 5th Dec 2017
Next Run Start Date: 24thJuly 2017 Course Objectives: This course talks about the rich
Next Run End Date: 20th Nov 2017 heritage of Indian culture and art. There are 20 lec-
Course Objectives: The Penning for Frames course tures in this course which throw light on the differ-
will orient the students to the aesthetic and technical ent aspects of ‘Indian Culture and Art’ i.e. history,
requirements of effective audio visual communica- contribution of different rulers, religious and sufi
tion. After completing this course, students will have movements and different art forms etc.
the ability to conceptualize fiction and non-fiction
films, develop their structures, write the treatments 6.
and develop screenplays for fiction films and audio Course Name: Data Structure And File Processing
visual scripts for non-fiction films. They will also get Instructor: Dr. Gurpreet Singh Lehal,Professor
a foundation on scripting for various genres of televi- Institute: Punjabi University, Patiala
sion programmes, including news and current affairs. Next Run Start Date: 3rd Oct 2017
The course will equip the students to meet the indus- Next Run End Date: 5th Dec 2017
try demands for script writers. Course Objectives: This course will introduce the ba-
sic concepts in Data structures and file management
3. to the students/viewers/participants of the course.
Course Name: Organic Chemistry-1 After completing this course, the student will be in
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apply the concepts to refine his/her programming geomorphology
skills. After completing the course, the student will Instructor: Prof. Krishna Murthy
able to understand the intricacies of the basic and Institute: University of Mysore
fundamental data structures used in the computer Next Run Start Date: 7th Aug 2017
programming. Next Run End Date: 2nd oct 2017
Course Objectives: The main purpose of Physical Ge-
7. ography is to understand the spatial characteristics
Course Name: Environmental Studies -I of the various natural phenomena associated with
Instructor: Dr. Tushar Banerjee, Assistant Professor the Earth’s hydrosphere, biosphere, atmosphere, and
Institute: DAVV, Indore lithosphere.
Next Run Start Date: 24th July 2017 The lecture will provide the students with knowledge
Next Run End Date: 10th oct 2017 and skills to describe and explain the different land-
Course Objectives: To provide knowledge about mul- forms found in different parts of the world. It is also
tidisciplinary nature of environment, various sources help the students to understand various geomorphic
of natural energy, ecosystem etc. Students will be agents and how they shape the earth surface.
evaluated upon achievement in terms of academic To have better understanding about an over view of
excellence. Students will also be able to understand physical Geography and elements of Geomorpholo-
about the various environmental issues and problem. gy.

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Course Name: Genetics Course Name: Archeological Anthropology
Instructor: Dr. M. A. Shah, Associate Professor Instructor: Dr P. Binodini Devi, Associate Professor
Institute: University of Kashmir Institute: Manipur University Imphal
Under Graduate

Next Run Start Date: 15th July 2017 Next Run Start Date: 10th July 2017
Next Run End Date: 8th oct 2017 Next Run End Date: 7th oct 2017
Course Objectives: The objectives of this course are Course Objectives: After studying this course, the
to give the target students/audience an understand- students/learners are able to:
ing of:Fundamentals of the genetic basis of life and · Outline the nature and scope of archaeological
importance of DNA as the ideal genetic material· anthropology.
Genetic inheritance and gene interactions in Men- · Explain its relationship with other sub-disci-
delian and post-Mendelian perspective·Organization plines of Anthropology and other allied disciplines.
and functioning of the extra-nuclear genome and · Enumerate the different methods of studying
extrachromosomal inheritance Linkage, crossing archaeological anthropology.
over and chromosome mapping Variations in chro- · Describe the different tool types, their manufac-
mosome number and structure Structure and expres- turing techniques and classification to understand
sion of genes Gene mutations and repair mechanisms the Stone Age Cultures.
Population and evolutionary genetics · Realize the earliest evidence of culture in the
world.
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Course Name: Physical Geography-ii (climatology & 12.
oceanography) Course Name: Glimpses Of Indian Social Legislation
Instructor: Prof. Krishna Murthy And Social Welfare-
Institute: University of Mysore Instructor: Dr. B. Geetha, Assistant Professor,
Next Run Start Date: 10th July 2017 Institute: Madurai Kamaraj University
Next Run End Date: 25th sept 2017 Next Run Start Date: 2nd August 2017
Course Objectives: To have better understanding Next Run End Date: 6th oct 2017
about an over view of Climatology and Oceanogra- Course Objectives: . To create awareness on the Con-
phy. It is closely related to meteorology and geogra- stitution of India and its social legislation
phy due to the fact that all global atmospheric pro- · To have better understanding about the society
cesses are spatially distributed. in the backdrop of Indian Constitution and social
legislation and thus help the individual to be a good
10. citizen to the society.
Course Name: Physical Geography-i (elements of · This course will provide the opportunity to

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know New Approaches in social legislation in the the geology students within and outside India.
context of environment, education, human rights
etc are dealt which are current issues in the societal 15.
scenario. Course Name: Modern British Literature
· The course also throws open the social welfare Instructor: Prof. Sumita Roy, Head
schemes available for the vulnerable sector of the Institute: EFLU, Hydrabad
society. Next Run Start Date: 2nd august 2017
Next Run End Date: 6th oct 2017
13. Course Objectives: The course is useful for students
Course Name: Population Studies in Undergraduate and Postgraduate Colleges of
Instructor: Dr. B. Geetha, Assistant Professor, India. It covers the canonical writers whose works
Institute: Madurai Kamaraj University are frequently prescribed on the syllabuses of these
Next Run Start Date: 2nd August 2017 classes. The lessons are designed to form an indepen-
Next Run End Date: 6th oct 2017 dent unit by themselves in a manner that is easy and
Course Objectives: Basic idea on the population is accessible.
provided to understand the society and the relation- The lessons aim to introduce some major writers to
ship between population growth and the develop- the learners with the ultimate goal of stimulating in-
ment of the country. terest so as to reach a critical mass that will lead them
Population studies, one of the specializations of so- to an independent appreciation of literature. The
ciology, being a multidisciplinary course attracts the lessons provide material to pass the examinations
interest of all the social sciences and sometimes bio- but are also designed to make the learners go further
logical sciences too and thus overview knowledge on beyond the mere syllabus.
it helps the student in furthering their specialization.

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To offer the basis of population studies and covers 16.
the issues like sources of population data, compo- Course Name: Retail management
sition of population data, theories on population, Instructor: Dr. Ravi Ahuja, Assistant Professor
determinants of population, population policy and Institute: S P Pune University
need for population education. Next Run Start Date: 20th Oct 2017
Next Run End Date: 19th dec 2017
14. Course Objectives:
Course Name: Petrology 1. To acquaint concept of Retail.
Instructor: Dr. Harel Thomas, Associate Professor 2. To acquaint various functions in Retail sector.
Institute: Dr. Harisingh Gaur Vishwavidyala , Sagar 3. To introduce to new technologies in Retail sector.
Next Run Start Date: 24th july 2017 4. To introduce scope of Retail sector.
Next Run End Date: 25th nov 2017
Course Objectives: This course is a basic to advance 17.
introduction for the undergraduate students in pe- Course Name: Health Psychology
trology. This course deals with the naturally occur- Instructor: Dr. P. Swathi, Assistant Professor
ring rocks in field as well as laboratory analysis data Institute: EFLU Hydrabad
that provide sufficient information how they occur Next Run Start Date: 10th august 2017
in the nature. It gives idea of modern petrological Next Run End Date: 10th Nov 2017
theories which are widely accepted for their origin. Course Objectives: This course is designed to give
The course emphasis the petrology which cover the students a broad overview of the field of health psy-
Geology & its Perspective, Carrier in geology, Rock chology, including concepts, theory, and research.
Cycle, Structure and classification of the silicate min- Develops an understanding and appreciation of the
erals, Internal structure & chemical composition of complex interplay between one’s physical a variety of
various layers of the Earth, interior of earth. Forma- biological, psychological, and social factors.
tion of crust and mantle, Formation of core, Helps students to learn how psychological research
The course definitly provides better understanding methods, theories, and principles can be applied to
to students for the processes and principles involved enhance biomedical approaches for promoting health
during the origin and evolution of the rocks. The and treating illness.
course contains video, text, assignment, quize, case Helps students learn the nature of the stress response
studies, references etc and I hope it will be useful for and its impact in the etiology and course of many

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health problems.
Develop skills for designing programs to improve 21.
one’s own and others’ personal health habits and Course Name: Developmental Biology
lifestyles. Instructor: Dr. N.K.Jain Professor Head, Dept. of
Determine how psychological and medical methods Life Science
for relieving pain differ and are often combined to Institute: Gujarat University, Ahmedabad
enhance treatment effectiveness. Next Run Start Date: 17th July 2017
Become aware of the impact that disabling or Next Run End Date: 2nd sept 2017
life-threatening illnesses have on patients and their Course Objectives: The structure of the present core
families. course on developmental biology has been designed
with the perspective of achieving following major
18. objectives :
Course Name: Foundation of Mathematical Statistics • To provide a glimpse of scope and historical back-
Instructor: Dr.AneeshKumar.K, (Asso. Prof.) ground of developmental biology to the students.
Institute: University of Calicut • To impart knowledge regarding basic concepts of
Next Run Start Date: 25th july 2017 differentiation and growth, differential gene ex-
Next Run End Date: 21st oct 2017 pression as well as cytoplasmic determinants to the
Course Objectives: The contents of this course are students.
inevitable for any students who wish to study Statis- • To develop detailed understanding of essential
tical concepts. The students of Statistics, Mathemat- events of developmental biology through proper
ics, Economics, Commerce, Bioinformatics, etc., are explanation of gametogenesis, fertilization, blastula
equally benefited with this course as a stepping stone formation, gastrulation as well as embryological in-
to the broad area of Statistical science. The course duction as part of early embryonic development.
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aims to provide foundations in descriptive statistics • To provide adequate explanation to the students
and probability. regarding concepts of late embryonic developmental
events including fate map, germ layers development,
19. extra-embryonic membranes, embryo implantation
Course Name: Cell Biology and significance of placental formation.
Instructor: Dr. R.J. Verma Prof. & Head, • To give adequate information to the students
Institute: Gujarat University, Ahmedabad regarding post embryonic development especially,
Next Run Start Date: 17th July 2017 metamorphosis, regeneration and ageing processes.
Next Run End Date: 7th Oct 2017 • To make the students aware about modern impli-
Course Objectives: The students will gain overall cations of developmental biology by impartment of
knowledge of: knowledge regarding teratogenesis, in-vitro fertiliza-
(A) Structure and function of Cell; tion, stem cells and amniocentesis techniques.
(B) Coordination between different cell- cell, cell
matrix interactions; 22.
(C) Understanding of Pathology of various disease Course Name: Digital Electronics and Micro Proces-
conditions and sor
Understanding the effectiveness of the treatment Instructor: Dr. V. JEYALAKSHMI, Professor,
modalities Institute: Anna University, Chennai
Next Run Start Date: 3rd Oct 2017
20. Next Run End Date: 5th Dec 2017
Course Name: Environmental Studies -2 Course Objectives: This course provides the basic
Instructor: Dr. Tushar Banerjee, Assistant Professor fundamentals of number system, number conversion,
Institute: DAVV, Indore History of Microprocessor and its operation with
Next Run Start Date: 3rd Oct 2017 interfacing. It provides the study of 8085 architecture,
Next Run End Date: 5th Dec 2017 functional diagram details, instruction types with
Course Objectives: The objective of this course is to simple programming, addressing modes, interfacing
provide knowledge about the social issues and the with memories and the timing diagram. Interfacing
environment. Students will also be able to under- with peripheral devices like 8155 and 8255.
stand about the various problems associated with the
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23. Next Run End Date: 26th dec 2017
Course Name: Operating System Course Objectives: This lecture series provides a
Instructor: Dr.A.Kannan Professor at Anna Universi- different database management systems and their
ty usages in real world scenarios.
Institute: Anna University, Chennai
Next Run Start Date: 3rd Oct 2017 27.
Next Run End Date: 5th Dec 2017 Course Name: Hindi Bhasha Sanrachna
Course Objectives: Operating system is basically an Instructor: Dr. ShobhaChaturvedi,Assistant Profes-
intermediary between the user of a computer and sor
the computer hardware. It is software which is used Institute: DAVV, Indore
to control the hardware. Here we concentrate on file Next Run Start Date: 24th July 2017
management and memory management in hardware Next Run End Date: 4th oct 2017
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Next Run End Date: 26th dec 2017
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Course Name: Software Engineering Course Name: Prachin Hindi Kavya
Instructor: Dr.A.Kannan Professor at Anna Universi- Instructor: Dr. SurendraYadav, Retired Professor
ty Institute: DAVV, Indore
Institute: Anna University, Chennai Next Run Start Date: 24th July 2017
Next Run Start Date: Next Run End Date: 11th oct 2017
3rd Oct 2017 Next Run End Date: Course Objectives: bl ikBî fo”k; ds ek/;e ls fo|kFkhZ
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deals about software development models and pro- tk;lh] ehjkckbZ] fcgkjh] ?kukuan] fo|kifr] nso vkfndfo;ksa ds
cesses and their component parts, software devel- thou ifjp; dks tku ldsxk ,oe mudh çeq[k jpukvksa dh
opment practices. It also concentrates on various O¸[;kRed ,oevkykspukRed leh{kk dj ldsxk-
process in software engineering like Requirements 29.
engineering, System analysis, High-level design/ Course Name: Basics Of Photography
architecture, Low-level design, Coding, Integration, Instructor: Lalit Ingle, Lecturer EMRC, DAVV,
Design and code reviews, Testing, Maintenance, Institute: DAVV, Indore
Project management and Configuration manage- Next Run Start Date: 24th July 2017
ment. Finally. lectures are deals with what are the Next Run End Date: 10th oct 2017
challenges in software development and how we can Course Objectives: These modules cover each and
overcome that by providing the risk management every aspect of photography from history to various
techniques and usage software quality standards. areas of photography. Technical aspects of photo-
graphic camera with camera controls, lenses and
26. lighting equipment are also covered in this course.
Course Name: Course Objectives - The objective of this course is
Database Management System to pursue basic knowledge of photographic process,
Instructor: including the use and roles of professional services.
Institute: Anna University, Chennai The recognition of strong image composition, tech-
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for completion of a final image portfolio will also Instructor: Dr. P P Prajapati
serve as primary objectives, along with the ability to Institute: University of Gujrat
convey critical knowledge of the photographic pro- Next Run Start Date: 24th july 2017
cesses. Students will be evaluated upon achievement Next Run End Date: 23th October 2017
of technical and aesthetic excellence. Individual cre- Course Objectives: The students will gain overall
ativity, visual problem solving and precise craftsman- knowledge of:
ship will be emphasized. Students will also be able to • Aggregate demand and supply
demonstrate an awareness of contemporary aesthetic • Economic growth
and ethical considerations in digital photography. • Inflation and Unemployment.
• Exchange rates and trade balance
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Course Name: Trends and Development in Modern 33.
Educational Practices Course Name: Principles of Ecology
Instructor: Dr. A. Hameed Instructor: Miss. Flora Shah
Institute: University of Calicut Institute: University of Gujrat
Next Run Start Date: 17th July 2017 Next Run Start Date: 25th july 2017
Next Run End Date: 5th nov 2017 Next Run End Date: 23th October 2017
Course Objectives: The course is designed to orient Course Objectives: The structure of the present core
teacher students about the recent trends and devel- course on Principles of Ecology has been specially
opments in modern educational practice. The course designed with the perspective of achieving following
can help the students to master all the chapters key objectives:
included in the course. The course components detail • To provide a brief outline of Historical background,
various aspects of instruction starting from Curric- Scope, Precipitation Patterns, Types of Soil, Vegeta-
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ular principles and its implementation to evaluation. tion as the essential aspects of Principles of Ecology
It has also included the modules on environmental to the students.
Education and education for sustainable develop- • To provide comprehensive understanding of key
ment, value education and latest trends in knowledge concepts of Population Ecology comprising of Popu-
management. Once the students complete the course, lation Characteristics, Growth and Regulation along
he or she can surely master in recent trends and de- with detailed explanation of Biotic Interactions.
velopments in modern educational practices. • To impart knowledge regarding Community Ecolo-
gy through proper explanation of Biotic Community
31. Characteristics, Ecological Succession, Biomes and
Course Name: Mulberry and silkworm crop protec- Climax Community Theories to the students.
tion • To develop understanding in the students regard-
Instructor: Dr. R.S. Umakanth, Assistant Professor ing concepts of Ecosystem Organization, Ecologi-
Institute: University of Mysore cal Pyramids, Productivity, Ecological Efficiencies,
Next Run Start Date: 1st Aug 2017 Food Chains, Food Web, Energy Flow in Ecosystem,
Next Run End Date: 23rd oct 2017 Biogeochemical Cycles, Aquatic Ecosystems, Terres-
Course Objectives: · To create awareness on the pro- trial Ecosystem and Human Modified Ecosystem as
tection of mulberry and silkworm crops. essential components of the Ecosystem Ecology.
· To have better understanding about the status,
classification, season of occurrence and life cycle of 34.
pests infesting mulberry and silkworm. Course Name: Microeconomic Theory
· This course will provide an opportunity to the Instructor: Dr. P P Prajapati
students to gain knowledge on the status, classifica- Institute: University of Gujrat
tion, season of occurrence and disease cycle of causal Next Run Start Date: 26th july 2017
organism infecting both mulberry and silkworm. Next Run End Date: 23th October 2017
· The course also throws light on the manage- Course Objectives: The students will gain overall
ment of pests and diseases of mulberry and silkworm knowledge of:
with special reference to integrated approaches. • How demand and supply analysis determine the
prices and quantities of goods and services.
32. • How consumers make consumption decisions.
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raw materials operate. 38.
• How markets generate efficient outcomes and why Course Name: Art and science of teaching english
they fail and thus require government intervention. language
Instructor: Dr. Mridula.K
35. Institute: University of Calicut
Course Name: Cyber Security/Information Security - Next Run Start Date: 3rd October 2017
Cyber Law Next Run End Date: 5th Dec 2017
Instructor: Dr Vishal Goyal Course Objectives: The major objectives of the
Institute: Punjabi University, Patiala course are to prepare better English teachers by inte-
Next Run Start Date: 7th August 2017 grating content and technology so as to equipe them
Next Run End Date: 3rd October 2017 to face the challenges of present day classrooms.
Course Objectives: This course will help the viewer The course will enable the student teacher to
in understanding the basics of Data structure. 1. Understand the nature of language as a dynamic
The topics dealt upon in this course would be stacks, entity
queues, Sorting algorithms, Searching, Linked Lists 2. Understand why English language learning is im-
and trees. portant in school education
3. Develop an insight into the language learners and
36. the learning process
Course Name: Cyber Security/Information Security - 4. Familiarize themselves with the relevant approach-
Information Security es and methods in English language teaching
Instructor: Dr Vishal Goyal 5. Perceive learning as a generative process
Institute: Punjabi University, Patiala 6. Experiment with various learning strategies con-
Next Run Start Date: 7th August 2017 sidering the demands of the context and the needs of

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Next Run End Date: 3rd October 2017 each individual learner
Course Objectives: 7. Blend technology, pedagogy and content to realise
a) Acquaint the learner with the concept of Informa- the learning objectives
tion and Cyber security. 8. Develop awareness on modern assessment strat-
b) Provide the learner with the understanding of egies and design assessment techniques relevent to
current trends in Information Security. language learning
c) Give in-depth knowledge to the learners about the 9. Identify and practice micro skills in teaching lan-
vulnerabilities, threats and risks and their manage- guage
ment. 10. Effectively introduce different genres of literature
d) Enable him to develop core competencies in the and to develop the sense of aesthetic appreciation in
field of network and computer security. learners
11. Explore avenues available for own professional
37. development
Course Name: Cyber Security/Information Security
– Cryptography 39.
Instructor: Dr Rakesh K. Bawa Course Name: Curriculum & pedagogy of teaching
Institute: Punjabi University, Patiala physical science
Next Run Start Date: 7th August 2017 Instructor: Dr. V. P. JOSHITH
Next Run End Date: 31st October 2017 Institute: University of Calicut
Course Objectives: Next Run Start Date: 7th August 2017
a) Provide the basic understanding of Cryptography Next Run End Date: 3rd October 2017
and its historical development. Course Objectives: The major objective of the course
b) Give in-depth understanding of types of cryptog- is to prepare better science teachers by integrating
raphy. content and technology so as to equip them to face
c) Familiarise the learner with the protection of the challenges of present day classrooms.
sensitive information by using different encryption Learning Outcomes
methods. The course will enable the student teachers to
d) Enable the learner in understanding the applica- 1. Acquaint with the meaning and nature of physical
tion of cryptography in network and information science
security applications. 2. Comprehend why science is important in school

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education principles of Problem Solving using computers
3. Familiarize the various methods and strategies of • To learn the concept of programming
teaching science • To study C Programming language
4. Develop science process skills for lifelong profes- • To equip the students to write programs for solving
sional competency simple computing problems using C language as a
5. Perceive child as a creative learner and device tool.
learning goals individually for our children
6. Design specific instructional strategies for learners 42.
accounting their individuality Course Name: Avertising and Public Relations
7. Explore different ways of creating learning situa- Instructor: Dr.K. Kusuma
tions considering needs of the learner and the con- Institute: JMI, New Delhi
text Next Run Start Date: 4th August 2017
8. Integrate the knowledge in science to devise ap- Next Run End Date: 15th Dec 2017
propriate assessment techniques Course Objectives:
9. Understand the importance of learning as a gener- • Students will be introduced to the concepts of
ative process Advertising and Public Relations
10. Integrate technology, pedagogy and content for • Students will be taught creating an adverting
the realization of objectives campaign and other relevant creative tools
11. Examine the different pedagogical issues in the • Students will be given exposure to the various
context of learner and society and to suggest ways for issues of advertising related to society
resolving it • Students will be introduced to the tools and strat-
12. Facilitate development of scientific attitudes egies of Public Relations
among learners • Students will be given exposure to the role of PR
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in various organisations
40.
Course Name: Probability and statistics 43.
Instructor: Dr.Aneesh Kumar.K Course Name: Mass Communication- Introduction
Institute: University of Calicut to Audio- Visual Media
Next Run Start Date: 30th July 2017 Instructor: Dr.K. Kusuma
Next Run End Date: 7th October 2017 Institute: JMI, New Delhi
Course Objectives: Next Run Start Date: 4th August 2017
1. Familiarize with the various approaches to proba- Next Run End Date: 15th Dec 2017
bility Course Objectives:
2. Learn the concept of random variable • The Introduction to Audio-Visual Media course
3. Understanding mathematical expectation, mo- will orient the students to the aesthetic require-
ments, mgf etc ments of effective audio visual communication.
4. Study to deal with two dimensional random vari-
ables • After completing this course, students will have
5. Understanding conditional distributions, condi- the ability to understand visual media from criti-
tional mean etc cal point of view.
6. Study various discrete probability distributions
7. Study various continuous probability distributions • Students will be introduced to the basic equip-
8. Learn to solve problems using the probability dis- ment as well as terminology of various stages of
tributions studied. audio-visual production.
• The course will equip the students to meet know
41. the audio-visual production techniques
Course Name: Art of c programming
Instructor: Dr. Lajish V L 44.
Institute: University of Calicut Course Name: Communication and Business Corre-
Next Run Start Date: 7th August 2017 spondence
Next Run End Date: 31st October 2017 Instructor: Dr.Ravi.S.Ahuja
Course Objectives: Institute: Savitribai Phule Pune University
• To develop a strong foundation for the fundamental Next Run Start Date: 8th August 2017

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Next Run End Date: 18th December 2017 Institute: University of Kolkata
Course Objectives: This course is designed to devel- Next Run Start Date: 17th July 2017
op communication skills. Communication is vital Next Run End Date:16th October 2017
for the success and growth of any individual and Course Objectives:
business organization, as it is the process of transfer- • This course will orient the students with the ba-
ring meanings. Effective communication is essential sics of Biochemistry associated with their allied
to move ahead in modern business world which subjects.
consists of tremendous use of IT, computer business • On successful completion of this course, the
structures, human relations management, public student will be able to understand basic biochem-
relations etc. istry related to microbiology, specially the bioen-
ergetics, kinetics, thermodynamics and structure,
45. functions, metabolic reactions associated with
Course Name: Information Technology biomolecules.
Instructor: Dr.Ravi.S.Ahuja • This course will enable the students to apply the
Institute: Savitribai Phule Pune University acquired knowledge of “Biochemistry” in the
Next Run Start Date: 8th August 2017 fields of other biological science and research
Next Run End Date: 18th December 2017 purposes. When a research scholar starts their
Course Objectives: concerned project they must have the knowledge
1) To understand the basics of Computer. of simple biochemistry as pH, Buffer of the solu-
2) To make students know the Networking basics, tions in which they are supposed to perform their
its protocols and its benefits. Thus, helping them to experiments.
understand Internet and its uses. • It will enable the concerned students to write a
3) To understand the back-end Database and front- review on allied field associated with applied bio-

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end applications like MS-Word, Ms-PowerPoint. chemistry on microbes and that may be suitable
4) To make the students know the working of a for publication.
‘System’ and make them ready to deliver high quality 48.
systems. Course Name: Growth, Metabolism and Reproduc-
5) To keep students updated about the new technolo- tion in Bacteria
gy like Cloud Computing. Instructor: Dr. Madhumita Maitra
Institute: University of Kolkata
46. Next Run Start Date: 17th July 2017
Course Name: INTRODUCTION TO MICROBIOL- Next Run End Date: 16th October 2017
OGY AND MICROBIAL DIVERSITY Course Objectives:
Instructor: Dr. Arup Kr. Mitra • the structural organization of Bacterial cell and
Institute: University of Kolkata its components.
Next Run Start Date: 17th July 2017 • the development of bacterial phylogeny and sys-
Next Run End Date: 16th October 2017 tematics.
Course Objectives: • the various Bacteriological techniques
• This course will orient the students with the ba- • Bacterial growth kinetics and nutrition along
sics of microbiology and its associated subjects. with the types of reproduction in bacteria.
• On successful completion of the course, the • the microscopic techniques and principles along
student will be able to understand the diversity of with the practical demonstration of various stain-
microbes and their application. ing techniques
• This course will enable them to apply the ac- • the concept of viruses, their classification and
quired knowledge in the fields of other biological morphology,
science. • the bacteriophage and the assay methods to de-
• It will enable them to write a review on allied tect the viruses.
field and that may be suitable for publication. • The different types of viral diseases and the appli-
cation of virology.
47. • This course will enable them to apply the ac-
Course Name: Origin, Biodiversity of life forms and quired knowledge in the fields of other biological
Biomolecules science.
Instructor: Dr. Sudeshna Shyamchowdhury • It will enable them to write a review on allied

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field and that may be suitable for publication. • Genetic approach to biology: Mendelian genetics
and its extension
49. • Genome structure, chromatin and the nucleosome
Course Name: Sanskrit Composition & Communica- • Cell division, cell cycle and control of cell number
tion • Cellular Adaptations, cell injury, cell death and cell
Instructor: Dr. Harish Chandra Tiwari renewal
Institute: Uttarakhand Sanskrit University, Haridwar • Linkage, crossing over and chromosomal mapping
Next Run Start Date: 4th August 2017 • Chromosomal Mutations
Next Run End Date: 15th Dec 2017 • Sex Determination
Course Objectives: ikBîØeL; lQylekIrsjuUrja Nk=k%
y?kqfl)kUrdkSeq|k|uqlkja okD;kfnlajpuka rRlEc)kU;fo”k;ka’p 52.
lE;x~ Kkrqa ç;ksäqa p leFkkZ% Hkfo”;fUr A Course Name: Criminal Law and Criminology
v;a ikBîØe% Lukrd{kk;ka iBrka Nk=k.kka —rs rq orZr ,o] Instructor: Prof. S. M Afzal Qadri,
Lukrdd{kka leqÙkh.kkZuke~ vU;çfr;ksfxijh{kk;k% lUu)rka dqokZ.kkuka Institute: EMMRC, Srinagar University of Kashmir
ftKklwuka Nk=k.kka p —rs·fi mi;ksxh Hkfo”;fr A Next Run Start Date: 24th July 2017
Next Run End Date: 16th October 2017
50. Course Objectives: The objectives of this course are
Course Name: Molecular Biology and Human Ge- to give the target students/audience an understand-
netics ing of:
Instructor: Prof. Bashir A. Ganai • Application of Indian Penal Code as a substantive
Institute: EMMRC, Srinagar University of Kashmir Criminal law
Next Run Start Date: 24th July 2017 • Extent, application and fundamental principle of
Next Run End Date: 16th October 2017 law of crimes.
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Course Objectives: The objectives of this course are • To understand the offences against person, prop-
to give the target students/audience an understand- erty, reputation, religion and state
ing of: • Crimes against women are on increase, there-
• Nucleic Acids convey Genetic Information fore a special emphasis is given to explain these
• The Structures of DNA and RNA / Genetic Ma- offences
terial • To understand subject of criminology including
• Genome Structure, Chromatin and the Nucleo- the Schools of criminology
some
• The Replication of DNA (Prokaryotes and Eu- 53.
karyotes) Course Name: Advertising
• The Mutability and Repair of DNA Instructor: Dr. Lalit Engle
• Mechanism of Transcription Institute: DAVV, Indore
• RNA Modifications Next Run Start Date: 24th July 2017
• Translation (Prokaryotes and Eukaryote) Next Run End Date: 19th October 2017
• Transcription Regulation in Prokaryotes Course Objectives: The objective of this course is to
develop basic understanding about Advertising by
51. the means of topics like Fundamentals of Advertis-
Course Name: Cytogenetics ing, Advertising Campaign Planning, Organizing for
Instructor: Dr. Md. Niamat Ali Advertising, Creative Strategy and Advertisement
Institute: EMMRC, Srinagar University of Kashmir development for different media. The course intend
Next Run Start Date: 24th July 2017 to inculcate a basic practice of important advertising
Next Run End Date: 16th October 2017 functions in the highly competitive cotemporary
Course Objectives: The objectives of this course are market amongst the learner.
to give the target students/audience an understand-
ing of: 54.
• Introduction to cytogenetics: Chromosomes and Course Name: Financial Accounting
heredity Instructor: Dr. Manish Sitlani
• An overview of cells Institute: DAVV, Indore
• Cell wall, the extracellular matrix and cell interac- Next Run Start Date: 25th July 2017
tions Next Run End Date: 20th October 2017

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Course Objectives: The basic objective behind this iii. To increase the comprehension of learners about
course is to provide a conceptual understanding of cell structure.
double-entry system accounting process to the target iv. To enhance the knowledge of learners about cell
learners. This course will facilitate understanding of organelles and cell division.
key concept associated with finance and accounting v. To enable learners to distinguish between the var-
and will also help the learners to understand the ious instruments and technologies used in studying
double-entry accunting process. Simultaneously the cell.
the course will also offer a hands on to the learners
through structured numerical problems, there by 58.
meeting the basic objective of a clear understanding Course Name: Environmental Biology, Genetics and
of financing and double-entry accounting. Evolution
Instructor: Ms. Shivani Bhagwat
55. Institute: DAVV, Indore
Course Name: Computer Fundamentals Next Run Start Date: 29th July 2017
Instructor: Dr. Sanjay Tanwani Next Run End Date: 24th October 2017
Institute: DAVV, Indore Course Objectives: The objectives of this course are:
Next Run Start Date: 26th July 2017 i. To improve the learner’s understanding about the
Next Run End Date: 21st October 2017 ecosystem
Course Objectives: This course deals with fundamen- ii. To increase the comprehension of learners about
tals of computer. Which includes generations of com- air and water pollutants
puter, evolution and developmentof microprocessor, iii. To help learners in discerning about genetics
input and output devices, primary and secondary iv. To enable learners to distinguish between various
storage devices, programming languages etc. It also chromosomal aberrations and mutations

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deals with the hardware and software aspects of the v. To enhance the knowledge of learners about evolu-
computer like operating system, application soft- tion
ware and system software. It provides an overview
of functions and working of central processing unit, 59.
motherboard and other peripherals. Course Name: Morphology, Developmental Biology
and Physiology of Angiosperms
56. Instructor: Dr. K.N. Guruprasad
Course Name: Computer Networks Institute: DAVV, Indore
Instructor: Mr. Anand More Next Run Start Date: 30th July 2017
Institute: DAVV, Indore Next Run End Date:
Next Run Start Date: 27th July 2017 25th October 2017
Next Run End Date: 22nd October 2017 Course Objectives: The objectives of this course are:
Course Objectives: At the end of the course, the i. To improve the learner’s understanding about the
students will be able to build an understanding of vegetative morphology of angiosperms
the fundamental concepts of computer &computer ii. To help learners in discerning the varied floral
networks, advanced networking concepts, network morphology of angiosperms
standards & protocols, mobile phone networks and iii. To increase the comprehension of learners about
network security etc. water metabolism and photosynthesis in angio-
sperms
57. iv. To enhance the knowledge of learners about respi-
Course Name: Biochemistry and Cell Biology ration and nitrogen metabolism in angiosperms
Instructor: Dr. Anjana Jajoo v. To enable learners to distinguish between the
Institute: DAVV, Indore effects of various growth hormones on the growth of
Next Run Start Date: 28th July 2017 angiosperms
Next Run End Date: 23rd October 2017
Course Objectives: The objectives of this course are: 60.
i. To improve the learner’s understanding about car- Course Name: Morphology, developmental biology
bohydrates, lipids & vitamins. and Physiology of Mammals
ii. To help learners in discerning the functioning of Instructor: Dr. Sultana Razia
proteins nucleic acids & enzymes. Institute: DAVV, Indore

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Next Run Start Date: 31st July 2017 v. To help learners in discerning about cloning in
Next Run End Date: 26th October 2017 plants.
Course Objectives: The objectives of this course are:
i. To improve the learner’s understanding about the
digestive and excretory systems of mammals
ii. To enhance the knowledge of learners about the
respiratory and circulatory systems in mammals
iii. To help learners in discerning the functioning of
the muscular and nervous systems of mammals
iv. To enable learners to distinguish between the
functioning of various parts of the endocrine system
of mammals
v. To increase the comprehension of learners about
embryology in mammals

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Course Name: Microbiology, Immunology and Ani-
mal cell culture
Instructor: Dr. Sheetal Bhasin
Institute: DAVV, Indore
Next Run Start Date: 31st July 2017
Next Run End Date: 27th October 2017
Course Objectives: This paper includes titles related
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to Microbiology, Immunology and Animal Cell Cul-


ture. The student will be able to understand the:-
i. Basics of microbial cell structure, classes and culti-
vation
ii. Bacterial genetics
iii. Application of microorganisms for production of
usefull products at industrial level
iv. Basics of Immunology
v. Vaccinology
vi. Clinical Immunology
vii. Basics of Animal Cell Culture
viii. Application of Animal Cell Culture for produc-
tion of health care products

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Course Name: Molecular Biology, Genetic Engineer-
ing and Plant Tissue Culture
Instructor: Dr. Monica Jain
Institute: DAVV, Indore
Next Run Start Date: 31st July 2017
Next Run End Date: 28th October 2017
Course Objectives: The objectives of this course are:
i. To improve the learner’s understanding about DNA
& RNA
ii. To increase the comprehension of learners about
genetic coding
iii. To enable learners to distinguish between DNA
isolation in bacteria, plants and animals
iv. To enhance the knowledge of learners about vari-
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1. Next Run End Date: 30.11.2017
Course Name: Ar-tificial Intelligence Course Objectives: To make students aware about
Instructor: Prof Bhushan Trivedi the concept of management, manage-ment theories
Institute: Gujarat University, Ah-medabad and application of management in libraries and in-
Next Run Start Date: 1.08.2017 formation centres; and also
Next Run End Date: 30.12. 2017 make them familiar about management tech-niques
Course Objectives: The objective of the course is to applied to libraries and information centres and
enable the students to build the basic idea about what knowledge centres; and to make you acquainted with
AI is, how complex problems can be solved by AI the newer areas and techniques of library and infor-
techniques, what are AI methods for searching and mation centres management.
solv-ing problems, what are the complexities in those
methods and how one can augment conventional 5.
solution with AI to solve real world problems. Course Name:Informatics and Scientomatrics
Instructor: Dr.I.K.Rao
2. Institute: INFLIBNET Cen-tre, Ahmedabad Next
Course Name:Digital Library Run Start Date : 1.08.2017
Instructor: Dr. Jagdish Arora Next Run End Date: 30.11.2017
Institute: INFLIBNET Cen-tre, Ahmedabad Next Course Objectives: The objective of the course is to
Run Start Date : 1.08.2017 impart in-depth knowledge on sci-entometrics; it
Next Run End Date: 30.11.2017 includes scope and definition, computational aspects
Course Objectives: The objective of the course is to certain parameters and indicators. Another objective
impart in-depth knowledge on digital libraries, their of the course is to instil skills in learners that would
characteristics, compo-nents, standards and proto- enable them to collect and analyse scientometric
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cols, IPR and legal issues, digital rights and access da-ta; finally, this course will help you to read and
management, planning and evaluation. The ultimate understand the scientific literature in the field of
aim of the course is to instil skills in learners that scientometrics.
would enable them to evaluate commercially avail-
able digital libraries before subscribing them for their 6.
institutions as well as to set-up their own institution- Course Name: Information and Communication
al digital library with all intermediate steps involved Technology for Li-braries
in it from plan-ning to offering digital library ser- Instructor: Dr.Usha Munshi
vices. Institute: INFLIBNET Cen-tre, Ahmedabad Next
Run Start Date : 1.08.2017
3. Next Run End Date : 30.11.2017
Course Name: Knowledge Society Course Objectives: The objective of the course is to
Instructor: K.S Raghavan impart in-depth knowledge on use of information
Institute: INFLIBNET Cen-tre, Ahmedabad Next and communication technology in libraries and to
Run Start Date : 1.08.2017 prepare students either to work in a fully automated
Next Run End Date: 30.11.2017 library that sub-scribes to resources in print as well
Course Objectives: The objective of the course is to as in elec-tronic format or to set-up a modern library
provide the students with an un-derstanding of the on their own..
characteristics of knowledge societies, the major fac-
tors affect-ing transition to a knowledge society and 7.
the issues in and implications of knowledge socie-ty Course Name: Information Stor-age and Retrieval
with focus on libraries and information cen-tres. Instructor: Prof. P.M Devika
Institute: INFLIBNET Cen-tre, Ahmedabad
4. Next Run Start Date: 1.08.2017
Course Name: Next Run End Date: 30.11.2017
Management of Libraries and In-formation Centre Course Objectives: The objective of the course is to
and Knowledge Centres explain in detail Information Stor-age and Retrieval
Instructor: Dr. Dinesh Gupta [ISAR]. Information stor-age is a very important
Institute: INFLIBNET Cen-tre, Ahmedabad topic and library and information professionals need
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that are efficient for storage and handling of in-for- Course Objectives: The objectives are to in-troduce
mation resources. the learners to the vast and extremely rich Russian
Prosaic Literature of the XIX Century, more suitably
8. known as the “GOLDEN PERIOD OF RUSSIAN
Course Name: In-formation Sources,Systems and LIT-ERATURE”, talked about and discussed in a
Services lucid manner! Objectives also include efforts to assist
Instructor: Dr. Renu Arora the learners to develop an analytical mind along with
Institute: IN-FLIBNET Centre, Ahmedabad enjoying the wonderful edu-cative and aesthetic con-
Next Run Start Date: 1.08.2017 tent of the works.
Next Run End Date: 30.11.2017 The course has been designed to have parity with
Course Objectives: To impart in-depth knowledge to syllabi to be at par with those at national and interna-
the learners on the concept and need for information tional levels.
and to identify infor-mation sources best suited for
specific infor-mation needs; 11.
To acquaint the learners with various refer-ence, Course Name: Theory of Litera-ture
information and computerised services as these keep Instructor: Prof. Debal Das-gupta
the information seekers up-to-date in their field of Institute: M.S.University of Baroda
interest or specialization by providing timely infor- Next Run Start Date: 1.08.2017
mation; and Next Run End Date: 30.12. 2017
To identify national and international level organi- Course Objectives: Understanding of major theoreti-
sations and systems including li-brary/information cal. concepts Ability to examine and analyse works of
organisations and to explain the programmes and liter-ature.
activities being undertak-en by such organizations The objectives are to introduce the learners to the ba-

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in promotion, coor-dination and development of sic theoretical concepts and understand-ing of works
library and in-formation activities. of literature, mainly of the XIX Century, described
The ultimate aim of the course is to instil skills in and discussed in a lucid manner! Objectives also
learners that would enable them to identify relevant include efforts to as-sist the learners to develop an
information sources, enable providing of information analytical mind along with enjoying the wonderful
services and gain in depth knowledge about various educative and aesthetic content of the works.
organisations operat-ing at national and internation-
al levels. This will help the learners to ensure that the 12.
users in their library/information organisation are Course Name: Portrait Study
able to get desired information. Instructor: Prof. Zargar Za-hoor
Institute: Dayalbagh Educa-tional Insti-tute,Agra
9. Next Run Start Date: 1.08.2017
Course Name: Performing Art-1 Next Run End Date: 30.11. 2017
Instructor: Dr. Parul Shah Course Objectives: The purpose of the course is to
Institute: M.S.University of Baroda make the viewers derive pleasure as also enable them
Next Run Start Date: 16.08.2017 to grasp various art aspects and create their own art
Next Run End Date: 15.12.2017 pieces in different media and technique.
Course Objectives: The course is conceived with the
view that the students get infor-mation and analytical 13.
approach to the study of Natyashastra which is one of Course Name: Landscape
the most im-portant and comprehensive text in the Instructor: Prof. Zargar Zahoor
study of Performing Arts written so far. Institute: Dayal-bagh Educational Institute,Agra
Next Run Start Date: 1.08.2017
10. Next Run End Date: 30.11. 2017
Course Name: Russian Literature of the XIX Century Course Objectives: The objective of the course is to
: Prose focus on the significance of Visual Arts and the var-
Instructor: Prof. Debal Das-gupta ious aspects related to them. Each mode of expres-
Institute: M.S.University of Baroda sion has its own lan-guage, which may have different
Next Run Start Date: 1.08.2017 specifica-tions. Artists do also have a language of
Next Run End Date: 30.12. 2017 their own which they use through visual arts. Visu-al

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communication, like various linguistic enti-ties, Next Run End Date: 30.12. 2017
has undergone historical changes as influ-enced Course Objectives: vL;ikBîi=L; uke “lkfgR;’kkL=a
by various social forces from time to time. Visual lkSUn;Z’kkL=¥~p “ bfrAv= pRokfja’kr~ ikBk% lfUrA vfLeu~
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through painting (Creative Composition) Mural, jlw=o`fÙk%] dkO;kn’kZ%] /oU;kyksd%] dkO;çdk’k%] lkfgR;niZ.
Portrait, Life Study, and Print Making in different ke~ bfr ,H;% xzUFksH;%ikBk% ladfyrk% lfUrA r= ukVî’kkL=kr~
media and technique suggest a therapeutic value çFkek/;k;%] n’k:idL;çFkek/;k;%] dkO;ky³~dkjL; çFkeifjPNsn%]
also. It also offers an opportunity to an individual to dkO;ky³~dkjlw=o`Ùks%çFkekf/kdj.kE] dkO;kn’kZL; çFkek/;k;%] /
view, to reflect, to analyze and to appreciate critically, oU;kyksdL; çFkeekuuE] dkO;çdk’kL; çFkeksYykl%] lkfgR;niZ.
and finally, to enter the pleasant phase of vis-ual arts. kL; çFke% ifjPNsn% p bfri=s·fLeu~ fo”k;k% ladfyrk% lfUrA
This massive on-line programme of 16 Courses, each r=kfi ukVî’kkL=L; pRokj%] n’k:idL; pRokj%] dkO;ky³~dkjL;
embodying 35 videos, texts and questionnaires, cover pRokj%] dkO;ky³~dkjlw=o`Ùks% pRokj%] dkO;kn’kZL; v”VkS] /oU;kyks-
the theoretical (Art His-tory and Aesthetics) and dL; v”VkS] dkO;çdk’kL; pRokj%] lkfgR;niZ.kL; p pRokj% ikBk%
practical (materials and techniques) aspects of Visual ikBîØes·fLeu~ lfUufgrk% lfUrAdkO;ukVî;ks% lE;d~ ifjp;kFkaZ
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world-wide. The purpose of the course is to make the Nk=.kka çof/kZ”;rs A
viewers derive pleasure as also enable them to grasp
various art aspects and create their own art pieces in 16.
different media and technique. Course Name: Indian Philoso-phy:An Introduc-tion
Instructor: Dr. Jawahar Lal
14. Institute: Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit
Course Name: Vedic Language and Literature Vidyape-eth,New Delhi
Instructor: Dr. S.N. Jha Next Run Start Date: 1.08.2017
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Institute: Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit Next Run End Date: 30.12. 2017
Vidyape-eth,New Delhi Course Objectives: bfrewyfo”k;ef/k—R; i¥~pn’klIrkgs”kq
Next Run Start Date: 1.08.2017 pRokfja’kRikBkuke~ v/;;uO;oLFkk fufeZrkorZrs A r= n’kZufefr
Next Run End Date: 30.12. 2017 ‘kCn% uke –f’k Zçs{k.ks bfr /kkrks% Hkkos Y;qV~çR;;s lfr fu”iUu%
Course Objectives: oSfndHkk”kk&ok³~e;¥~pbfr ‘kh”kZdk- ;L;kFkZ% Hkofr vkRelk{kkRdkj% AvkRelk{kkRdkjlk/kuçfriknue~
fUors ikBîØes·fLeu~ HkoUr%_Xosn&;tqosZn&lkeosn&vFkoZos- ,rs”kka n’kZu’kkL=k.kka eq[;eqís’;aHkofrA
n&czkã.k&mifu”kn~&fu#ä&çkfr’kk[;knhfUo”k;ku~ ifB”;fUr | rPp n’kZua Hkkjrh;ijEijk;ka eq[;r% oSfndkoSfndHksnsu f}fo/kaHkof-
fonUR;so HkoUrks ;r~ fo’oL; leLrs”ofi ok³~e;s”kqoSfndok³~e;a rA oSfndn’kZua rkoRU;k;&oS’ksf”kd&lka[;&;ksx&iwoZehekalk&mÙk-
leqæonxk/ke~ vikja xEHkhj¥~pkfLr | v= leLrefiKkufoK- jehekalkHksnsu “kfM~o/ka HkofrAvoSfndn’kZu¥~p pkokZd&tSu&ckS)
kukReda lw=a Dofpr~ lw{esu DofpPp LFkwy:is.k of.kZrefLr] vr n’kZuHksnsu f=fo/ka r=kfi ckS)kuka pRokj%lEçnk;k% lkS=kfUrd&oSHkk-
,oksäa Hkxork euquk “loZKkue;ks fg l%” bfr | v=Js;%’kkL=a f”kd&ek/;fed&;ksxkpkjHksnsu lfUr A rsuvoSfndn’kZuefi “kfM~o/ka
çs;%’kkL=¥~pksHk;a leHkkosu lesf/krefLr vrks osnkuke/;;usu,sf- HkofrA vfLeu~ ikBîØes ,rs”kka }kn’kn’kZukuka fo”k;sHkoUr% ifB”;-
gdkuka ikjykSfddkuk¥~p fo”k;k.kka lE;xocks/kks tk;rs | “;= fUrA vL; n’kZu’kkL=L; mís’;a fde~ bfr fo”k;s v= ,rnsooäqa
fo’oaHkoR;sduhME” bR;qn~?kks”kks orZrs osnL; rLekr~ leLrefi ‘kD;rs ;r~ çFker% n’kZu’kkL=a yksd’kkL=a orZrs A yksds vLekfH-
fo’oesdhdrqaZosnkuke/;;uefuok;ZefLr | v=oS;fäd&ikfjokfj- k%;nfi vkpjrs rr~ loaZ n’kZuesoA vfgalk&lR;&vLrs;knhukekpj.
d&lkekftd&uSfrd&pkfjf=d&vkfFkZd&oSKkfud&HkkSfrd&nS- ka rkor~ n’kZuesoAvr% ,rs”kka n’kZu’kkL=k.kka çfrik|fo”k;k.kka lE;d~
fod&vk/;kfRedksUurs’plokZ.;fi vko’;dkfu lw=kf.k] fofo/kkfu p Kkua losZH;% ,oHkosr~ A ,rnFkZe~ v;a ikBîØe% Hkorka le{ka leqiL-
lk/kukfu lqof.kZrkfulfUr | fo’ocU/kqRoL; Hkkouk ;Fkk·= of.kZrk FkkI;rsA
u rFkk·U;= Dokfi yH;rs |
vr% Li”VesokfLr ;}snkuke/;;usu loZfo/ka dY;k.ka loZfo/k¥~p 17.
KkuaçkIra Hkofr | ;ks osna tkukfr l ,o lE;ä;k jktdk;kZfnde- Course Name: Grammatica Es-panola-Nivel Inicial
fi l¥~pkyf;rqaleFkksZ Hkofr | rnqäa euquk& lsukiR;¥~p jkT;¥~p Instructor: Nabiel Ansari
n.Musr`Roeso p | loZyksdkf/kiR;¥~p loaZ osnfongZfr || Institute: Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi Next
Run Start Date: 1.08.2017
15. Next Run End Date: 30.11.2017
Course Name: Poetics and Aes-thetics Course Objectives: This course will help you under-
Instructor: Prof. Bhagirathi Nand stand Spanish grammar from scratch. Even if you are
Institute: Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit an absolute beginner with no knowledge at all or you
Vidyape-eth,New Delhi are a beginner that understands and uses some fa-
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the Spanish language and its grammar from the very such as sms, chats, blogs, in-terviews etcetera and
beginning. This course will allow you to understand speak in varied language contexts.
commonly used phrases and ex-pressions related to
areas especially relevant to you (basic information 19.
about you and your family, immediate environment, Course Name: Introduction to Public Adminis-
occupations, medical consultations, shopping, places tra-tion
of in-terest, etc.). Instructor:Prof.Ajmer Singh Malik
In sum, you will be able to communicate in a ba- Institute: Kurukshetra Uni-versity
sic way when the other person speaks slow-ly and Next Run Start Date: 7.08.2017
clearly, and is ready to repeat or refor-mulate to help Next Run End Date: 28.10.2017
communication and you will be able to understand Course Objectives: Public Administration is a gate-
isolated phrases of high personal relevance and way to understand government structures and pro-
describe in simple terms aspects of your immediate cesses of its working. Therefore, the course Introduc-
background and surroundings. tion to Public Administration is prepared to acquaint
At the end of the course, the student is ex-pected to: the learners to know its evolution and its current
• Understand the basic level concepts of Spanish status.
Grammar. The course intends to provide an opportunity to the
• Understand and participate in simple con-versa- learners to know about continuous and multidi-
tions in the situations dealt with in the course; mensional debate, discussions and in-teractions on
• Read and comprehend simple texts/conversations the principles, objectives, ma-chinery, policy, pro-
in Spanish; grammes, means, methods and manners associated
• Have some familiarity with the socio-cultural diver- with the process and discipline of Public Administra-
sity of the Spanish-speaking world. tion.

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It will help in developing understanding of approach-
18. es to study the Public Administration and to articu-
Course Name: Espanol en uso-Nivel intermedio late contemporary changes in-cluding the impact of
Instructor: Nabiel Ansari globalization
Institute: Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi
Next Run Start Date: 1.08.2017 20.
Next Run End Date: 30.11.2017 Course Name: Educational Ad-ministra-tion,Manga-
Course Objectives: This course is intended for people ement and Leadership in School Education
who already have a basic knowledge of Spanish i.e Instructor: Dr.A.P . Behera
who have complet-ed or have knowledge of A1-A2 Institute: Central Institute of Educational Techo-
level or have completed Spanish Course Number I of nolgy,NCERT
MOOC. It aims at presenting the learner with topics Next Run Start Date: 1.08.2017
which are very useful for any Spanish learner.The Next Run End Date: 30.12.2017
course objectives are that the stu-dents learn Inter- Course Objectives: This course is intended to ap-
mediate level Spanish in an interesting way while prise the students about- The mean-ing/concept and
having knowledge of the differences in Spanish as is common features of Educa-tional Administration,
spoken all over the world. It has been based in differ- Management and Gov-ernance, and leadership.
ent Spanish speaking countries like Spain Argen-ti- - The History of educational administration, educa-
na, Chile and Mexico so that the student get a taste tional management and leadership.
of the variation in Spanish spoken in those countries - The functions and approaches of Education-al Ad-
as well as their socio cultural reality. At the end of the ministration, educational management and leader-
course, the student is expected to:: ship.
• Understand the intermediate level concepts of - The institutions related to Educational Ad-ministra-
Spanish Language tion Management and Governance.
• Comprehend texts such as newspaper arti-cles, cul- - Academic support structures like NUEPA, NCERT,
tural activities websites, travel blogs, food blogs and SCERT, SIEMAT, DIETs.
recipes and audio visual mate-rials such as movie - Role of research and evaluation in Educa-tional
review, songs, weblogs etcetera. Administration Management and Gov-ernance.
• Learn to write articles, formal and informal letters - Issues and trends in Educational Administra-tion
and e-mails, use language apt for dif-ferent registers Management and Governance.

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- Challenges in Educational Administration Manage- Institute: Delhi University
ment and Governance. Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017
Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017
21. Course Objectives: This paper highlights the basic
Course Name: Physical Chemistry-I (Quantum concepts of metal-ligand bonding by explaining
Chem-istry ) crystal field theory followed by the ligand field the-
Instructor: Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bakhshi ory including molecular orbital theory. The course
Institute: Delhi University will also illustrate the origin of color in coordina-
Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017 tion complexes by detailed discussion on electronic
Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017 spectroscopy followed by the magnetic properties of
Course Objectives: This course deals with the appli- transi-tion metal complexes.
cations of Quantum Mechanics to the problems of
Chemistry. This course begins with the fundamentals 25.
of quantum mechanics including the origin of quan- Course Name: Organic Chemistry-III (Reaction
tum mechanics. Mechanisms-2)
Instructor: Dr. Vimal Rarh
22. Institute: Delhi University
Course Name: Environmental Chemistry Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017
Instructor: Dr. Suresh K Garg Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017
Institute: Delhi University Course Objectives: This course has been de-vel-
Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017 oped to provide in-depth understanding of the basic
Next Run End Date:19.11.2017 concepts of organic chemistry reac-tion mechanisms
Course Objectives: This course has been de-veloped with emphasis on addition reactions for C-C multi-
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for the students seeking in-depth un-derstanding in ple bonds as well as carbon-hetero atom, reduction
Environmental Chemistry. This course will give an reactions, elim-ination reactions, reactions involving
exposure on how to protect the environment and for free rad-icals and pericyclic reactions.
doing so knowledge of the causes of environmental
deterioration is essential. 26.
Course Name: Organic Spectros-copy
23. Instructor: Prof. Diwan S. Rawat
Course Name: Organic Chemistry-II (Reaction Institute: Delhi University
mech-anisms-1) Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017
Instructor: Dr. Vimal Rarh Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017
Institute: Delhi University Course Objectives: This course has been developed
Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017 for the stu-dents seeking in-depth understanding in
Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017 Or-ganic Spectroscopy. Spectroscopy is a branch of
Course Objectives: This course has been de-veloped science that studies the interactions be-tween light
for the students seeking in-depth un-derstanding and matter.
of the basic concepts of organic chemistry reaction
mechanisms. This course gives an overview of the 27.
different types of organic reactions and covers the Course Name: Ap-plications of Mo-lecular Symme-
reaction mechanisms of some very important organic try and Group theory
reactions with a focus on different types of substitu- Instructor: Prof. R.K. Sharma and Prof B S Garg
tion reactions namely, aliphatic nucle-ophilic substi- Institute: Delhi University
tution, aliphatic electrophilic sub-stitution, aromatic Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017
electrophilic substitution and aromatic nucleophilic Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017
substitution. Course Objectives: This course has been de-veloped
for the students seeking in-depth un-derstanding in
24. Applications of Molecular Symmetry and Group the-
Course Name: Inorganic Chemis-try-II (Metal-Li- ory. Symmetry is found everywhere in nature and is
gand Bonding , Electronic Spectra and Magnetic the preva-lent themes in art, architecture. This course
Properties of Tran-sition Metal Com-plexes) aims to provide simple and lucid way of learn-ing
Instructor: Prof. Rajeev Gupta and solving complex problems related to molecular

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symmetry and group theory. Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017
Course Objectives: This course gives an over-view of
28. the theory of systematic analysis of overall economic
Course Name: Bioorganic and Bi-ophysical Chemis- planning. It starts with a dis-cussion on the econom-
try ic development, its de-terminants, planning phases;
Instructor: Dr K Nirmala public finance.
Institute: Delhi University
Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017 32.
Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017 Course Name: Public Finance and Policy in India
Course Objectives: The course entitled Bio-organic Instructor: Dr. Jaswinder Singh
and Biophysical Chemistry highlights the principles Institute: Delhi University
drawn from chemistry in under-standing the struc- Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017
ture and biology of biomol-ecules found in all living Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017
organisms such as bacteria, plants and animals. The Course Objectives: This course is designed to ac-
course will highlight the important structures and quaint the students with the concept of the public fi-
features of various biomolecules with a special em- nance policy in India. It will include the meaning and
pha-sis on the work horses of a cell- enzymes which scope of fiscal policy, fiscal federalism, fiscal grants,
allow simple molecules to act in concert to drive cell Indian tax system, Budget Analysis etc.
organization and life processes.
33.
29. Course Name: Sectoral Growth in India
Course Name: Fundamentals of Microeconomic The- Instructor: Dr. Ashis Taru Deb
ory Institute: Delhi University

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Instructor: Dr. O. M. Agarwal Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017
Institute: Delhi University Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017
Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017 Course Objectives: The course is intended to provide
Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017 an analytical discussion of various sectoral issues
Course Objectives: This course has been de-veloped relating to Indian economy, well grounded in eco-
for the students seeking in-depth un-derstanding nomic theory.
in Fundamentals of Microeco-nomic Theory. This
course gives an overview of the theory of cardinal 34.
utility theory of de-mand, production, cost and the- Course Name: Money and Banking
ory of markets. It starts with a discussion on nature, Instructor:Ms. Manisha Vats
scope and concept of microeconomics. Institute: Delhi University ]
Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017
30. Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017
Course Name: Basic Macroeco-nomics Course Objectives: This course is designed to ac-
Instructor: Dr. Jaswinder Singh quaint the students about the concept of Money, and
Institute: Delhi University the theories of money supply and money demand
Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017 determination in an economy.
Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017
Course Objectives: This course is designed to ac- 35.
quaint the students with the concept of Macroeco- Course Name: International Eco-nomics
nomics, importance of studying it, identification of Instructor: Dr. Jaswinder Singh
the central issues and evalua-tion of various schools Institute: Delhi University
of thoughts. Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017
Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017
31. Course Objectives: This course is designed to ac-
Course Name: Economic Planning in India: Over- quaint the students with the concepts of Internation-
view and Challenges al economics. This begins with in-troducing the main
Instructor: Dr. Jatinder Bir Singh concepts, methods and changes in the international
Institute: Delhi University economics.
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36. for the students seeking in-depth un-derstanding of
Course Name: En-vironmental Eco-nomics the concepts related to forensic ballistics. The course
Instructor: Prof K V Bhanu Murthy will first provide an overview to this arena starting
Institute: Delhi University with the history of firearms and ammunitions and
Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017 slowly mov-ing on to the classification of firearm into
Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017 ri-fled and smooth bored weapons.
Course Objectives: Environmental Economics is
a course in applied economics. To begin with this 40.
course dwells upon the typical framework of the Course Name: Drugs of Abuse
central question in econom-ics, that is, Pareto Opti- Instructor: Dr. Vimal Rarh and Prof A.K Gupta
mality and Competitive equilibrium. Institute: Delhi University
Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017
37. Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017
Course Name: Fingerprints and Other Impressions Course Objectives: This course has been de-veloped
Instructor: Dr. G.S. Sodhi for the students seeking in-depth un-derstanding of
Institute: Delhi University the concepts related to drugs of abuse. The course
Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017 will provide an overview of drug abuse comprising
Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017 of introduction to drugs and their classification, drug
Course Objectives: This course has been de-veloped abuse and terminologies related to abuse of drugs.
for the students seeking in-depth un-derstanding
of the concepts related to finger-prints and other 41.
impressions. The main aim of this course is to pro- Course Name: Forensic Toxicolo-gy
vide an insight regarding what are fingerprints, how Instructor: Dr. Vimal Rarh and Prof A.K Gupta
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they are formed on the tip of the fingers, the reason Institute: Delhi University
they remain persistent over an individual’s lifetime Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017
and are individualistic in nature, about the minutiae Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017
characteristics, ridge patterns and the well-known Course Objectives: This course has been de-veloped
Henry’s ten digit classification system. for the students seeking in-depth un-derstanding of
the concepts related to forensic toxicology. The initia-
38. tion of the course will be done by giving an overview
Course Name: Forensic Chemistry and Explosives of the field of forensic toxicology and also a detailed
Instructor: Dr. Vimal Rarh study on classification of poisons.
Institute: Delhi University
Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017 42.
Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017 Course Name: Forensic Anthro-pology
Course Objectives: This course has been de-veloped Instructor: Dr. Adarsh Kumar
for the students seeking in-depth un-derstanding of Institute: Delhi University
the concepts related to forensic chemistry & explo- Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017
sives. The course will pro-vide an overview about Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017
how chemistry is be-ing applied in the field of foren- Course Objectives: This course has been de-veloped
sic investiga-tion, about theory of forensic analysis, for the students seeking in-depth un-derstanding
various types of evidences found at the scene of of the concepts related to forensic anthropology. So
crime such as drugs and soil, instrumental tech- with this view, this course shall be giving an overview
niques required for chemical analysis namely chro- to the field of fo-rensic anthropology and forensic os-
matographic and spectroscopic methods. teology wherein how much scope the field of forensic
anthropology has will also be taken up in ad-dition
39. to the introduction regarding forensic osteology and
Course Name: Fo-rensic Ballistics its principle.
Instructor: Dr. G.S. Sodhi
Institute: Delhi University 43.
Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017 Course Name: Forensic Biology and Serology
Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017 Instructor: Dr. Adarsh Kumar
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Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017 Instructor: Prof. N.K. Chadha
Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017 Institute: Delhi University
Course Objectives: This course has been de-veloped Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017
for the students seeking in-depth un-derstanding Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017
of the concepts related to forensic biology & serolo- Course Objectives: This course has been de-veloped
gy. This course will give an overview regarding the for the students seeking in-depth un-derstanding of
importance and appli-cation of field of biology and the basic concepts of meas-urement issues and tech-
serology in fo-rensic investigation and will also em- niques in psychologi-cal inquiry. This course gives an
phasize general definitions and concepts in addition overview about the core concept of Psychometrics,
with the nature and role of forensic biologist in crime psy-chological testing, its application of assess-ment
investigation. and measurement, additional concepts related to psy-
chometrics and factor analysis.
44.
Course Name: Fo-rensic Medicine 48.
Instructor: Dr. Adarsh Kumar Course Name: Cross-Cultural Psy-chology
Institute: Delhi University Instructor: Dr Mandeep Kaur
Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017 Institute: Delhi University
Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017 Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017
Course Objectives: This course has been de-veloped Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017
for the students seeking in-depth un-derstanding of Course Objectives: This course has been de-veloped
the concepts related to forensic medicine. The course for the students seeking in-depth un-derstanding
will provide an overview to the field of forensic med- of the basic concepts of cross cul-tural psychology.
icine and subse-quently with this, forensic odontolo- This course gives an over-view of cultural behaviour,

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gy will also be taken up in detail. methodology of cross cultural psychology, culture
and cogni-tion, culture and emotion, culture and
45. organi-zation, culture and health, culture and social
Course Name: Cognitive Science behaviours, culture change and adaptation and cross
Instructor: Dr. Pooja Wadha-wan cultural communication.
Institute: Delhi University
Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017 49.
Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017 Course Name: Social Psychology
Course Objectives: This course has been de-veloped Instructor: Dr Poonam Phogat
for the student seeking in-depth un-derstanding of Institute: Delhi University
the concepts of cognitive psy-chology. This course Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017
gives an overview about foundation cognitive psy- Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017
chology. Course Objectives: This course has been de-veloped
for the students seeking in-depth un-derstanding of
46. the basic concepts provide an understanding of how
Course Name: Quantitative Meth-ods people’s feel, think, and influence behavior and are
Instructor: Prof. N.K. Chadha in turn influenced by each other This course gives
Institute: Delhi University an overview of study and helps us to understand the
Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017 nature and causes of human behavior in social set-
Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017 tings.
Course Objectives: This course has been de-veloped
for the students seeking in-depth un-derstanding of 50.
the basic concepts to create a critical understand- Course Name: Counselling Psy-chology
ing of quantitative tech-niques. This course gives an Instructor: Dr Harpreet Bhatia
understanding of the nature of the data distribution Institute: Delhi University
and to learn the usefulness of different methods to Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017
analyse psychological data. Next Run End Date:19.11.2017
Course Objectives: This course has been de-veloped
47. for the student seeking in-depth un-derstanding of
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familiarizes the stu-dents with the nature and process quantify abstract con-cepts like, personality, emo-
of counsel-ling, its major theories and techniques tions, perception, attitude, learning, terminal values,
and will introduce the different fields of application instrumen-tal values, individual & group decision
of counselling. mak-ing, etc. Students would also equip them-selves
to understand the concepts of transac-tional analysis,
51. Johari Window, etc., manage change, conflict, stress,
Course Name: Neuropsychology organizational culture & climate, and conduct appre-
Instructor: Dr. Meenakshi Saxena ciative inquiry, OD interventions, etc.
Institute: Delhi University
Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017 54.
Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017 Course Name: Managerial Eco-nomics
Course Objectives: This course has been de-veloped Instructor: Prof K V Bhanu Murthy
for the student seeking in depth un-derstanding of Institute: Delhi University
the concepts of neuropsychol-ogy. The major objec- Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017
tive of this course is to cater to knowledge in the area Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017
of brain and behavior. The emphasis of this course is Course Objectives: This COURSE has an emphasis
on the study of neurological disorders, assessment, on managerial decision-making. Ob-viously while
diagnosis, intervention and rehabilitation. managers have to undertake many decisions like fi-
nancial and marketing decisions, ‘economic decision’
52. are paramount.
Course Name: Clinical Psychology
Instructor: Dr Sangeeta Tanwar 55.
Institute: Delhi University Course Name: Business Environ-ment
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Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017 Instructor: Dr. Romilla Ag-garwal


Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017 Institute: Delhi University
Course Objectives: This course has been de-veloped Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017
for the student seeking in-depth un-derstanding Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017
of the concepts of clinical psy-chology. This course Course Objectives: This course helps to un-derstand
will give an introduction about the nature, scope the theoretical framework of Busi-ness Environment
and ethics of clinical psychology and will also cover – its concept, significance and changing dimen-
various child-hood and developmental disorders sions. Business Environ-ment needs to be studied by
such as anxiety disorders, conduct disorders, eating analyzing the macro environmental factors in depth
disorders, elimination disorders, mental retar-dation, such as economic, political & legal, socio-cultural,
pervasive developmental disorders, learning disabil- technological and international environment.
ity and attention deficit /hyperactivity disorder in
detail. 56.
Course Name: Accounting for Managerial Deci-sions
53. Instructor: CA Dr. Abha Ma-thur
Course Name: Management Con-cept and Organi- Institute: Delhi University
za-tional Behavior Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017
Instructor: Dr. Ajay Kumar Singh Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017
Institute: Delhi University Course Objectives: course, contains a set of practices
Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017 and techniques aimed at providing potential manag-
Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017 ers with knowledge, to help them in learning how to
Course Objectives: It is a generic course which make decisions and maintain effective control over
provides insights about managing or-ganizations of corporate re-sources. The course teaches various
different types. This can be studied by all those who Manage-rial accounting procedures that are intended
have to take manage-rial decisions and to deal with primarily to supply knowledge to future deci-sion
people. It ena-bles the student to know about differ- maker of an organization. The students must under-
ent theo-ries of management, evolution of manage- stand that Managerial accountants are an important
ment thought, managerial functions and roles, plan- part of any profitable organi-zation.
ning, organizing, directing, staffing, & con-trolling.
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57. Course Objectives: This Course on Strategic Man-
Course Name: Financial Manage-ment agement gives an overview of Strategic Management.
Instructor: Dr. Vanita Tripathi The Strategic Management Pro-cess, Level at which
Institute: Delhi University strategy operates & Stra-tegic Business Unit (SBU)
Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017 are the introducto-ry topics.
Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017
Course Objectives: The course on ‘Financial Manage- 60.
ment’ aims at making students under-stand various Course Name: Security Analysis and Portfolio
issues involved in financial management of a firm Man-agement
and equip them with advanced analytical tools and Instructor: Dr. Anjala Kalsie
techniques that are used for making sound finan- Institute: Delhi University
cial decisions and policies. Finance being the core Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017
of any business organisation needs special attention Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017
and hence this course teaches students all rel-evant Course Objectives: This course is intended to pro-
aspects of finance in an organisation. The students vide a general overview of capital markets, financial
pursuing this course must under-stand that finance instruments, and investment process. The course
function is not a stand-alone function, rather finance emphasizes on the role of modern financial theory
manager has to work in close association with all in portfolio management. By the end of the course,
other func-tions in an organisation such as produc- the students are ex-pected to be acquainted with the
tion, marketing, HR etc. working of financial markets, to analyze securities,
and to make intelligent investment decisions based
58. on available evidence and analysis. The course will
Course Name: International Busi-ness also improve the ability of the reader to understand

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Instructor:Dr. Niti Bhasin financial articles and news with a critical approach.
Institute: Delhi University
Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017 61.
Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017 Course Name: Macroeconomics Analysis and Policy
Course Objectives: This course on ‘Interna-tional Instructor: Dr. Jaswinder Singh
Business’ aims to equip the students with the es- Institute: Delhi University
sential knowledge related to trade and investment Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017
activities across national bor-ders. This course would Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017
enable students to understand the dynamics and Course Objectives: This paper is designed to acquaint
complexity of operating business in an environment the students with the concept of Macroeconom-
outside the home country. It would elaborate on the ics, importance of studying it, identification of the
role and interplay of various economic, politi-cal, le- central issues and evalua-tion of various schools of
gal and cultural factors that are signifi-cant in deter- thoughts.
mining the success of internation-al business activity
of an enterprise. The course would also allow them to 62.
know the different modes of entry into international Course Name: International Fi-nancial Manage-ment
business along with the relevance and im-portance of Instructor: Prof K V Bhanu Murthy
each mode. The course aims to integrate the knowl- Institute: Delhi University
edge of various theories of trade and investment with Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017
the realities of trade and investment patterns. In ad- Next Run End Date: 19.11.2017
dition, it also intends to bring out the role of import- Course Objectives: This course is designed to ac-
ant international economic institutions in regulat-ing quaint the students with the concept of In-ternation-
and facilitating the process of international business. al Financial Management, importance of studying it,
identification of the central is-sues of International
59. finance.
Course Name: Strategic Manage-ment
Instructor: Prof K V Bhanu Murthy 63.
Institute: Delhi University Course Name : Communication Technologies in
Next Run Start Date: 07.08.2017 Education
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Institute : University of Mumbai
Next Run Start Date : 01.08.2017
Next Run End Date : 30.11.2017
Course Objectives : 1. To develop an understanding of the basics of communication.
2. To create an awareness of the requisites of effective communication
3. To critique the influence of technological advancements on educational communication.
4. To appreciate the contemporary enhancements in communication technology.
5. To analyze the role of National bodies in the development of Educational Technology.
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List of Post & Under
Graduate Courses
(Engineering)
By : NPTEL

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01. Institute: IITK
Discipline: Aerospace engineering Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
Course Name: Gas dynamics Course Objectives:
Instructor: Prof. Sameen. A This course will presents the entire process of aircraft
Institute: IITM conceptual design - from requirements definition to
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017 initial sizing, configuration layout, analysis, sizing,
Course Objectives: The course introduces compress- optimization, and trade studies.
ible flow and its constitutive equations. The physical
concepts behind isentropic flows, area-Mach number 05.
relation etc will be discussed with practical prob- Discipline: Aerospace engineering
lems in mind. Properties of shocks and expansions Course Name: Aircraft Stability and Control
are important parts of this course. All the numerical Instructor: Prof. A.K.Ghosh
examples will be in SI units. Institute: IITK
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
02. Course Objectives: This course is designed to un-
Discipline: Aerospace engineering derstand aspects of advance dynamic stability of
Course Name: Engineering Thermodynamics an airplane. This course will also help in creating a
Instructor: Prof. D. P. Mishra background to design an airplane from stability and
Institute: IITK control aspects.
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
Course Objectives: This course is designed for under- 06.
graduate engineering students, interested in learning Discipline: Agriculture & Food Engineering
the fundamental aspects of engineering thermody- Course Name: Momentum transfer in process engi-
namics. The main emphasis is placed on precise and neering
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logical presentation of the basic concepts and princi- Instructor: Prof. Tridib Kumar Goswami
ples, which are essential for the better understanding Institute: IITKGP
of engineering thermodynamics. The methodical Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
rather than rigid problems solving techniques are Course Objectives:
enumerated in details to encourage the students to This course will cover basics of momentum trans-
develop a feel for importance of thermodynamics. fer required in any processing industries. The basic
knowledge of momentum transfer is intermingled
03. with most of the unit operations at some or other
Discipline: Aerospace engineering stage of processing. Since, this basic aspect of transfer
Course Name: Combustion in air breathing aero process is not taught in most of the engineering in-
engines stitutions elaborately, a comprehension of this aspect
Instructor: Prof. Swetaprovo Chaudhuri of transfer process will enrich the knowledge base of
Institute: IISc the students in general.
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
Course Objectives: This course will provide detailed, 07.
state of the art understanding of chemical kinetics, Discipline: Biological sciences & Biotechnology
flames, turbulence and turbulent combustion, fol- Course Name: Biostatistics and design of experi-
lowed by discussions on modern aero engine com- ments
bustors and how they optimize the above processes. Instructor: Prof. Mukesh Doble
Therefore, after successful completion of the course, Institute: IITM
the student should be well versed with the under- Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017
standing of the complex, physico-chemical processes Course Objectives:
in modern air-breathing aero engines. This should The course encompasses topics such as distribution
allow him/her to model, design and improve com- of data, sample size, tests of significance, data reduc-
bustors towards more efficient engines. tion, regression analysis, comparison of performance
of drugs in clinical trials, design of experiments,
04. screening and second order designs.
Discipline: Aerospace engineering 08.
Course Name: Aircraft Design Discipline: Biological sciences & Biotechnology
Instructor: Course Name: Biomedical nanotechnology
Prof. A.K.Ghosh Instructor: Prof. P.Gopinath
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Institute: IITR research where cell culture is a very ‘potent tool’.
Next Run Start Date: JULY-AUG 2017
Course Objectives: Biomedical nanotechnology is a
rapidly developing field, which includes a diverse col- 12.
lection of disciplines. The applications of nanotech- Discipline:
nology are gaining overwhelming response in almost Biological sciences & Biotechnology
all the fields. Especially in healthcare sector, tremen- Course Name: Forest Biometry
dous developments have been achieved. Thus, the Instructor: Dr. Ankur Awadhiya & Prof. Mainak Das
main objective of this course is to impart knowledge Institute: IITK
on biomedical applications of nanotechnology. Next Run Start Date: AUG-OCT 2017
Course Objectives: This course aims to provide an
09. overview of the methods of measuring the tree re-
Discipline: Biological sciences sources present in the forest. The course will not only
Course Name: Introduction focus on the theories of measurement, but shall also
Instructor: Prof. Shamik provide an overview of the instrumentation basics of
Institute: IITB various equipments used for the purpose.
Next Run Start Date: AUG-OCT 2017
Course Objectives: 13.
Mechanobiology is an upcoming interdisciplinary Discipline: Biological sciences & Biotechnology
field of science where concepts of mechanics, biolo- Course Name: Industrial Bio-technology
gy and engineering are combined to understand the Instructor: Prof. Debabrata Das
basics of different cellular processes ranging from cell Institute: IITKGP
division to cell differentiation and death Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
Course Objectives: The course aims to provide fun-

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10. damental insights to exploit enzymes and microbes
Discipline: Biological sciences & Biotechnology for the manufactur-ing of products which have a
Course Name: Animal Physiology huge industrial signif-icance. It uniquely blends the
Instructor: Prof. Mainak Das science and engineer-ing with various biochemical
Institute: IITK processes to obtain products of diverse fields such as
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017 chemicals, food, bio energy etc. vaccines etc.
Course Objectives: The course will be an informal
journey to ‘know your own body’. It will provoke 14.
you to think the following: How our body functions? Discipline: Chemical engineering
What it is made up of and what are the organization- Course Name: Trace and ul-tra-trace anal-ysis of
al hierarchy of your body? How its regular function metals using atomic absorption spectrometry
is disrupted and how the body tries to restore its nor- Instructor: Prof. J. R. Mudakavi
mal functioning? How the body adjusts itself under Institute: IISc
extreme physiological situations and how it re-cali- Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017
brates its functions? Course Objectives: This course is useful for the de-
termination of metals as ions in µg, ng, pg levels in
11. aqueous and nonaque-ous solutions. It has applica-
Discipline: Biological sciences & Biotechnology bility to air pollution, water and solid waste matrices.
Course Name: Cell Culture Technologies A emphasis is laid on fundamentals of atomic struc-
Instructor: Prof. Mainak Das ture, spectroscopy, instrumentation, method devel-
Institute IITK: opment and industri-al applications. The course will
Next Run Start Date: AUG-OCT 2017 be useful for chem-ists, chemical engineers, metal-
Course Objectives: The course will be a short primer lurgists, biotechnolo-gists and NGOs.
to understand how ‘animal cell culture technologies’
have strengthened the bio-medical research from
basic research to the modern drug discovery. The
lectures will help the researcher to appreciate the
developments during last hundred years and will
help them to independently set up cell culture lab-
oratories. For non-biologist, it will be an informal
way to demystify the intriguing routes of biomedical
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Discipline: Chemical engineering Discipline: Chemical engineer-ing
Course Name: Introduction to evolutionary dynam- Course Name: Unit opera-tions of par-ticulate matter
ics Instructor: Prof. Shabina Khanam
Instructor: Prof. Supreet Saini Institute: IITR
Institute: IITB Next Run Start Date: JULY-AUG 2017
Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017 Course Objectives: The primary objectives of this
Course Objectives: In this course, we will introduce course is to
techniques to analyze dynamics of evolving microbial • identify the important physical mechanisms oc-
populations. The topics we will look to cover are as cur-ring in processes involving particles
follows. Introduction to Evolution and population • formulate and solve mathematical descriptions of
dynamics; Fitness Landscape and Sequence Spac- such processes
es; Evolutionary Game Theory (fitness dependent • apply this knowledge to the design of particulate
on frequency);Origin of Cooperation (genes to systems such as Sedimentation tank, Filtration unit,
genomes; single-cell to multicellular organisms);- Fluidization unit, Flotation cell, etc.
Deterministic and Stochastic Description of Finite
Populations; Evolutionary Graph Theory; Modeling 19
Infinite Populations; Examples: Analysis of evolution Discipline: Chemistry and bio-chemistry
of Virulence, Cancer, and HIV. Course Name: Basics of Flu-orescence Spectroscopy
Instructor: Prof. Pratik Sen
16. Institute: IITK
Discipline: Chemical engineer-ing Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017
Course Name: Phase equilib-rium thermo-dynamics Course Objectives: Although fluorescence spec-
Instructor: Prof. Gargi Das troscopy is used in many disciplines, this particular
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Institute: IITKGP course is intended for the individuals willing to


Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017 receive an in-depth introduction to the principles
Course Objectives: This is an introductory course in of fluorescence spec-troscopy and its applications to
Thermodynamics and is one of the basic subjects to chemistry and biol-ogy.
understand inter-facial mass transfer and separation
processes like distillation, solvent extraction, etc. 20
There is a well-balanced coverage of physical con- Discipline: Chemistry and bio-chemistry
cepts, mathemati-cal operations along with examples Course Name: Laser Funda-mentals and Applica-
and exercise problems of practical importance. After tions
completion of the course, the students will be able Instructor: Prof. Mana-bendra Chandra
to apply the basic principles of thermodynamics, Institute: IITK
the laws, and the pertinent equations to engineering Next Run Start Date: AUG-OCT 2017
design of mass transfer equipment. Course Objectives: This course is intended for stu-
dents who need to understand the basic principles
17 of how lasers work and their main properties. This
Discipline: Chemical engineer-ing course provides the students a thorough under-
Course Name: Transport phenomena standing of the funda-mentals of lasers: their unique
Instructor: Prof. Sunan-do Dasgupta properties, their oper-ations and their applications. It
Institute: IITKGP will equip the stu-dents with the knowledge of how a
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017 coherent light is generated and amplified, the tech-
Course Objectives: This is a fundamental subject niques behind dif-ferent lasers’ design, and applica-
for all Chemical Engi-neering students and is also tions of lasers in spectroscopy, chemistry, medicine,
important in disciplines as diverse as Mechanical biology, military and other areas.
Engineering, Biotechnolo-gy and Nanotechnology.
The students will be made aware of the core scientific 21
connections and will be encouraged to solve prob- Discipline: Chemistry and bio-chemistry
lems based on relevant analogies. Course Name: Chemical and biological thermody-
nam-ics: principles to applications
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Institute: IITB ecules and asymmetric synthesis and other stereo-
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017 chemical prin-ciples and attributes are essential. This
Course Objectives: The course is designed to benefit course will lay the foundation on to which further
students of chem-istry, chemical engineering, bio- advanced topics can be built up.
technology, and pharmaceutical sciences to learn
from basic con-cepts of chemical thermodynamics to 25.
applications in chemical and pharmaceutical indus- Discipline: Chemistry Course Name:
tries including protein folding and stability. Advanced Mathematical Methods for Chemistry
Instructor: Prof. Madhav Ranganathan
22. Institute: IITK
Discipline: Chemistry and bio-chemistry Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
Course Name: Analytical chemistry Course Objectives: This course will introduce the
Instructor: Prof. De-bashis Ray students to fairly ad-vanced mathematical methods
Institute: IITKGP for chemists. The style of teaching will be through
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017 applications and students will be expected to learn a
Course Objectives: lot of material by reading the books suggested.
It will give the opportunity to study and use spe-cial-
ized instruments and specific methods to sepa-rate, 26.
identify, and quantify the unknown substance. The Discipline: Civil engineering
course has applications that include forensic science, Course Name: Project plan-ning and con-trol
analysis of biological samples, clinical anal-ysis, envi- Instructor: Prof. Koshy Varghese
ronmental analysis, and materials analysis. Institute: IITM
Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017
Course Objectives: This course will cover the basic

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23. concepts in Project Planning and Control with a
Discipline: Chemistry and bio-chemistry focus on construction projects. The course is relevant
Course Name: to Civil Engineering senior level undergraduate as
Co-ordination chemistry (chemistry of transition well as post-graduate students in the area of con-
ele-ments) struction management. Practicing engineers who are
Instructor: part of the planning team on construction projects
Prof. De-bashis Ray will also benefit from the concepts covered in the
Institute: course.
IITKGP
Next Run Start Date: 27.
JULY-OCT 2017 Discipline: Civil engineering
Course Objectives: It will give an excellent oppor- Course Name: Geotechnical engineering laboratory
tunity to study and use the century old Nobel prize Instructor: Prof. J. N. Mandal
winning knowledge of coordination chemistry. The Institute: IITB
study will also lead to understand the difference be- Next Run Start Date: JULY-AUG 2017
tween a coordinated ligand and charge balancing ion
in a coordination compound. Course Objectives: This course will show how to con-
duct the various types of tests used for soil testing.
24. Each experiment of soil testing is presented with
Discipline: Chemistry and bio-chemistry Course brief introduction covering the important details
Name: Stereochemis-try of the experiment, the theory and the purpose for
Instructor: Prof. Amit Basak which it is to be per-formed, followed by the detailed
Institute: IITKGP explanation of apparatus required, procedure and
Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017 specimen calcula-tions. These should enable stu-
Course Objectives: Stereochemistry of molecules dic- dents to perform the experiment and compute the
tates isomerism, chemical and biochemical reactivity. results of experiments very easily.
Reactivity. These days, chiral drugs have become
an integral part of pharmaceutical industry. A basic 28.
concept on 3D structures and conformations of mol- Discipline: Civil engineering

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Course Name: Mechanics of Solids (C&D) Waste and Electronic Waste Management will
Instructor: Prof. Pri-yanka Ghosh be covered in this course.
Institute: IITK
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017 32.
Course Objectives: This course is to serve as an Discipline: Civil engineering
introduction to mechan-ics of deformable solid Course Name: Computation-al hydraulics
bodies. The primary course objective is to equip the Instructor: Prof. Anirban Dhar
students with the tools necessary to solve mechan- Institute: IITKGP
ics problems, which in-volves (a) static analysis of a Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
component to find the internal actions (forces and Course Objectives: This course is designed to intro-
moments), (b) determine stresses, strains and de- duce the computa-tional aspects of hydraulics in the
formation due to internal ac-tions, and (c) compare context of Civil Engineering problems, e.g., ground-
them with known acceptable values. water flow, open channel flow, flow in closed con-
duits. Going through the course one would develop
29. first-hand knowledge on numerical simulation. This
Discipline: Civil engineering course will also help in creating a background to
Course Name: Principles of Construction Manage- under-stand the difference between various discreti-
ment zation methods. The course will enable one to make
Instructor: Prof. Sudhir Misra ap-propriate choice among available standard soft-
Institute: IITK ware.
Next Run Start Date: AUG-OCT 2017
Course Objectives: Though the course primarily 33.
targets students of civil engineering in colleges, other Discipline: Civil engineering
engineering students may also find it interesting. The Course Name: Design of steel struc-tures
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course seeks to pre-sent a rounded view of the divers Instructor: Prof. Damo-dar Maiti
issues involved in the management of construction Institute: IITKGP
projects, and in-cludes aspects like construction Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
economics, quality and safety management, and con- Course Objectives: The course deals with design of
tract management, apart from time management and steel structures us-ing “Limit State Design Method”.
scheduling, esti-mation. The subject co-vers all the necessary components
such as material specifications, connections and
30. elementary design of structural members for design-
Discipline: Civil engineering ing industrial steel structures. The course provides
Course Name: Foundation Design material specifica-tions and design considerations.
Instructor: Prof. N.R. Patra It provides relevant material properties of different
Institute: IITK types of steel. It deals with two types of connections
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017 namely welded and bolted connections.
Course Objectives: The course prepares the student
to be able to make effective learning of design of 34.
foundation, soil ex-ploration and in-situ tests. Discipline: Civil engineering
Course Name: Strength of materials
31. Instructor: Prof. Sriman Kumar Bhattacharya
Discipline: Civil engineering Institute: IITKGP
Course Name: Integrated Waste Man-agement for a Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
Smart City
Instructor: Prof. Brajesh Kumar Dubey Course Objectives:
Institute: IITKGP The objective of the present course is to make the
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017 students acquainted with the concept of load re-sul-
Course Objectives: This course has emphasises on In- tant, consequences and how different kinds of load-
tegrated Solid Waste Management aspects within the ings can be withstood by different kinds of members
broad sub-ject area of Integrated Waste Management with some specific materials.
for a Smart City. The issues of Municipal Solid Waste
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35. ing datasets / images acquired by different earth
Discipline: Civil engineering Course Name: re-sources satellites. The above course will improve
Design of re-inforced con-crete struc-tures understanding about overall remote sensing data
Instructor: Prof. Nirjhar Dhang processing.
Institute: IITKGP
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017 39.
Course Objectives: Design of reinforced concrete Discipline: Civil engineering
structures is an intro-ductory design course in civil Course Name: Geo environ-mental Engi-neering
engineering. In this course, basic elements governed (Envi-ronmental Geo technolo-gy): Landfills, Slurry
by bending, shear, axial forces or combination of Ponds & Contami-nated Sites
them are identified and are considered as building Instructor: Prof. Manoj Datta
blocks of the whole structure. Institute: IITD
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
36. Course Objectives: The courses discusses the follow-
Discipline: Civil engineering ing in detail:
Course Name: Reinforced Concrete Road Bridges • Concepts and principles of Geoenvironmental
Instructor: Prof. Nirjhar Dhang En-gineering.
Institute: IITKGP • Geotechnical aspects of planning and design of
Next Run Start Date: JULY-AUG 2017 MSW and Hazardous waste Landfills
Course Objectives: In this course, reinforced con- • Geotechnical aspects of planning and design of
crete road bridges are taken up as these bridges are slurry ponds - ash ponds and tailing ponds.
mainly used in road transportation system. This • Geotechnical aspects of detection & monitoring
course will mainly focus on reinforced concrete slab of subsurface contamination and control & reme-
bridges spanning in the range of 8-12m. The course dia-tion of contaminated sites.

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will be introduced with general design consider- • Rehabilitation of waste dumps and geotechnical re-
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Discipline: Civil engineering Discipline: Computer science and engineering
Course Name: Structural analysis Course Name: Computer ar-chitecture and organiza-
Instructor: Prof. Amit Shaw tion
Institute: IITKGP Instructor: Prof.Indranil Sengupta & Prof.Kamalika
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017 Datta
Course Objectives: Institute: IITKGP
This is an elementary course on Structural Analysis. Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
Various methods and their underlying mechanics in Course Objectives: This course will discuss the basic
determining response of structures when subjected concepts of com-puter architecture and organization
to external agitation will be discussed in this course. that can help the participants to have a clear view as
This course is comprehensive at the basic level. Jour- to how a com-puter system works.
ney through this course will help students to build
the foundation for more advanced courses related to 41.
structural engineering. Discipline: Computer science and engineering
Course Name: An introduc-tion to algo-rithm and
38. analysis
Discipline: Earth science Instructor: Prof. Sourav Mukhopadh-yay
Course Name: Digital Image Processing of Remote Institute: IITKGP
Sens-ing Data Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
Instructor: Prof. Arun K. Saraf Course Objectives: This course provides an introduc-
Institute: IITR tion to mathemati-cal modeling of computational
Next Run Start Date: JULY-AUG 2017 problems. The course emphasizes the relationship be-
Course Objectives: tween algorithms and programming, and introduces
The proposed course provides basic understanding basic performance measures and analysis techniques
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42. the constructs, syntax and semantics of C++ (over
Discipline: Computer science and engineering C), we also focus on various idioms of C++ and
Course Name: Hardware modeling us-ing verilog attempt to go to depth with every C++ feature jus-
Instructor: Prof. Indranil Sengupta tifying and illustrating them with several examples
Institute: IITKGP and assignment prob-lems. On the way, we illustrate
Next Run Start Date: AUG-OCT 2017 various OOP con-cepts.
Course Objectives: The course will introduce the While this course can be understood independently
participants to the Verilog hardware description (after a course in C programming), it would help in
language. It will help them to learn various digital developing understanding in OOP. Hence this course
circuit modeling issues using Verilog, writing test is advised in conjunction with OOP.
benches, and some case studies.
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43. Discipline: Computer science and engineering
Discipline: Computer science and engineering Course Name: Object orient-ed analysis and design
Course Name: Introduction to internet of things Instructor: Prof. Partha Pratim Das
Instructor: Prof. Sudip Misra Institute: IITKGP
Institute: IITKGP Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017 Course Objectives: The present course introduces
Course Objectives: These domains include agricul- OOAD grounds up starting with breaking down the
ture, space, healthcare, manufacturing, construction, root cause of in-herent software complexity. After
water, and mining, which are presently transitioning an in-depth ex-posure to Object Models, Classes
their lega-cy infrastructure to support IoT. IoT-based and their interac-tions, the course takes a thorough
applica-tions such as innovative shopping system, tour of the dia-grams of UML 2.0. Several systems
infra-structure management in both urban and rural examples help students understand the concept and
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areas, remote health monitoring and emergency tutorials offer quick practice. The course ends with a
notifica-tion systems, and transportation systems, are brief dis-course on OOP in C++.
gradu-ally relying on IoT based systems. Therefore,
it is very important to learn the fundamentals of this 47.
emerging technology. Discipline: Computer science and engineering
Course Name: Introduction to Machine Learning
44. Instructor: Prof. Su-deshna Sarkar
Discipline: Computer science and engineering Institute: IITKGP
Course Name: Cloud compu-ting Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017
Instructor: Prof. Soumya Kanti Ghosh Course Objectives: This course provides a concise in-
Institute: IITKGP troduction to the fundamental concepts in machine
Next Run Start Date: AUG-OCT 2017 learning and pop-ular machine learning algorithms.
Course Objectives: This course will introduce various The course will be accompanied by hands-on prob-
aspects of cloud computing, including fundamentals, lem solving with programming in Python and some
management issues, security challenges and future tutorial sessions.
research trends. This will help students (both UG
and PG levels) and researchers to use and explore the 48.
cloud computing platforms. Discipline: Computer science and engineering
Course Name: Design and analysis of algorithms
45. Instructor: Prof. Madhavan Mukund
Discipline: Computer science and engineering Institute: CMI
Course Name: Programming in C++ Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017
Instructor: Prof. Partha Pratim Das Course Objectives: This course will cover basic
Institute: IITKGP concepts in the design and analysis of algorithms.
Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017 Asymptotic complexity, O() notation Sorting and
Course Objectives: The present course builds up on search Algorithms on graphs: exploration, connectiv-
the knowledge of C programming and basic data ity, shortest paths, directed acyclic graphs, spanning
structure (array, list, stack, queue etc.) to create a trees Design techniques: divide and conquer, greedy,
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of disjoint sets, search trees Instructor: Prof. Ponnu-rangam.K
Intractability Institute: IIITD
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
49. Course Objectives: Student completing the course
Discipline: Computer science and engineering will be able to ap-preciate various privacy and secu-
Course Name: Programming, data structures and rity concerns (spam, phishing, fraud nodes, identity
algo-rithms using python theft) on Online Social Media and Student will be
Instructor: Prof. Madhavan Mukund able to clearly articulate one or two concerns com-
Institute: CMI prehen-sively on one Online Social Media, this will
Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017 be achieved by homework.
Course Objectives: This course is an introduction to
programming and problem solving in Python. As far 53.
as data struc-tures are concerned, the course covers Discipline: Computer science and engineering
Python dic-tionaries as well as classes and objects for Course Name: Software test-ing
defining user defined data types such as linked lists Instructor: Prof. Meenakshi D’souza
and bi-nary search trees. Institute: IIITB
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
50. Course Objectives: This course will cover various
Discipline: Computer science and engineering techniques for test case design, as used for testing of
Course Name: Introduction to operating systems software artifacts including requirements, design and
Instructor: Prof. Chester Robeiro code. The course will end with symbolic testing tech-
Institute: IITM niques. These broadly will cover test cases for both
Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017 white-box and black-box.
Course Objectives: This is an introductory course, for

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students with prior knowledge of computer orga- 54.
nization. The course is based on an OS called xv6, Discipline: Computer science and engineering
which in many ways is similar to the Linux operating Course Name: Fundamentals of Database Systems
systems. Instructor: Prof. Arnab Bhattacharya
Institute: IITK
51. Next Run Start Date: JULY -SEP 2017
Discipline: Computer science and engineering Course Objectives: The course will introduce the ba-
Course Name: Ai: search methods for problem sics of database systems. In addition to the tradition-
solving al relational da-tabase systems, it will also introduce
Instructor:Prof. Deepak Khemani briefly the new paradigm of No SQL databases used
Institute: IITM in big data systems. The topics will cover all import-
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017 ant aspects including normalization, query process-
Course Objectives: In this first course on AI we study ing and transactions.
a wide variety of search methods that agents can
employ for problem solving. In a follow up course – 55.
AI: Knowledge Representation and Reasoning– we Discipline: Computer science and engineering
will go into the details of how an agent can represent Course Name: Modern Com-pilers - Theory and
its world and reason with what it knows. These two Practice
courses should lay a strong foundation for artificial Instructor: Prof. V. Krishna Nandivada
intelli-gence, which the student can build upon. Institute: IITM
A third short course – AI: Constraint Satisfaction Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
Problems – presents a slightly different formalism for Course Objectives: Introduction: Compiler construc-
problem solving, one in which the search and reason- tion, architecture and compilation; Lexical, syntactic
ing pro-cesses mentioned above can operate together. and semantic analysis; modern computer architec-
tures.
52. Control Flow and Dataflow Analysis: Basic blocks
Discipline: Computer science and engineering and loops, dominators, control dependence; Bit vec-
Course Name: Privacy and Security in Online Social tors, interval analysis, reach ability, liveness, constant
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design; High, medium and low level in-termediate science and mathematics students, touching upon
languages; Static Single Assignment, construction the most im-portant ideas and techniques of the
and destruction, Chi functions, appli-cations in present day cryptology. It is hoped that this course
optimization. Optimization: Early optimi-zation, will prepare interested students for a more extensive
scalar optimization, procedure optimization, register course on Information Security.
allocation, code scheduling, inter procedural analysis
and optimization, memory hierarchy opti-mization, 59.
bit width aware register allocation, ana-lyzing paral- Discipline: Electrical /Electronics/Communications
lel programs. Advanced Topics: Just-in-time compila- Engg
tion, garbage collection, pointer analy-sis, paralleliza- Course Name: Introduction to Wireless and Cellular
tion, code generation; profile guided optimization; Communica-tion
compilation for modern architectures; modern Instructor: Prof. David Kovil Pillai
compiler frameworks; compilation for non-impera- Institute: IITM
tive programming paradigms. Including or changing Next Run Start Date:JULY-OCT 2017
optimizations in gcc and llvm. Course Objectives: An in-depth understanding of the
wireless channel and the related impairments (mul-
56. tipath, fading), small-scale and large-scale propaga-
Discipline: Computer science and engineering tion effects ,Understanding of the design of cellular
Course Name: Theory of Computation sys-tems,Detailed discussion of Multiple Access
Instructor: Prof. Raghunath Tewari (TDMA/CDMA/OFDM), Antenna diversity, MIMO,
Institute: IITK Wireless Channel Capacity, Computer sim-ulations
Next Run Start Date: JULY -SEP 2017 of wireless systems,Exposure to current and emerg-
Course Objectives: This is an introductory course on ing wireless and cellular systems (LTE, 802.11)
Theory of Compu-tation intended for undergraduate
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students in com-puter science. In this course we will 60.


introduce vari-ous models of computation and study Discipline: Computer science and engineering
their power and limitations. We will also explore Course Name: Model Check-ing
the properties of the corresponding language classes Instructor: Prof. B.Srivathsan
defined by these models and the relations between Institute: CMI
them. We will assume the student is comfortable in Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
analytical reasoning and has preferably done a course Course Objectives: The main idea is to look at the
on Data Structures and Algorithms. system as a mathe-matical model - commonly used
models are exten-sions of finite-state machines. The
57. goal of this course is to understand some of the tech-
Discipline: Computer science and engineering niques and tools used in the process of model-check-
Course Name: Computer Or-ganization ing.
Instructor: Prof. Kama-koti
Institute: IITM 61.
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017 Discipline: Computer science and engineering
Course Objectives: This course not only addresses Course Name: Introduction to Parallel Programming
the how and what but also the whys of Computer Ar- in Open MP
chitecture and Organization. In this course, Comput- Instructor: Prof. Yogish Sabharwal
er Architecture will be dealt in theory and Computer Institute: IITD
Organization using lab classes. Next Run Start Date: AUG-SEP 2017
Course Objectives: This course focuses on the shared
58. memory pro-gramming paradigm. It covers concepts
Discipline: Computer science and engineering & pro-gramming principles involved in developing
Course Name: Introduction to Cryptology scalable parallel applications. Assignments focus on
Instructor: Prof. S. Gan-gopadhay writing scalable programs for multi-core architec-
Institute: IITR tures using Open MP and C. This is an introductory
Next Run Start Date: JULY-AUG 2017 course in shared memory parallel programming
Course Objectives: This four-week course “Introduc- suitable for computer science as well as non-comput-
tion to Cryptolo-gy” is designed for both computer er science students working on parallel/HPC applica-

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tions and interested in parallel programming. Institute: IITM
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
62. Course Objectives: This course is designed as the
Discipline: Electrical / Electron-ics/ Communica- introductory course on Analog Circuits for under-
tions Engg. graduate students. It covers the basic components
Course Name: Optimal con-trol and methodologies used for Analog Design. Most of
Instructor: Prof. Barjeev Tyagi the portion deals with OPAMP based circuits. Later
Institute: IITR in the course some BJT and MOSFET based circuits
Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017 are dis-cussed.
Course Objectives: The main objective of optimal
control is to deter-mine control signals that will 66.
cause a process (plant) to satisfy some physical con- Discipline: Electrical / Electron-ics/ Communica-
straints and at the same time extremize (maximize or tions Engg.
minimize) a chosen performance criterion (perfor- Course Name: Networks and systems
mance index or cost function). Instructor: Prof. An-drew Thangaraj and
Prof.C.S.Ramalingam
63. Institute: IITM
Discipline: Electrical / Electron-ics/ Communica- Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
tions Engg. Course Objectives: Any electrical engineering prod-
Course Name: Control engi-neering uct handles signals using electrical networks and
Instructor: Prof. Ramkrish-na.P circuits, which are called systems. Having a good
Institute: IITM understanding of signals and their time/frequency
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017 domain characteri-zation is an absolute must for any
Course Objectives: This course shall introduce the electrical engi-neer. This course is a basic introduc-

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fundamentals of modeling and control of linear time tion to discrete and continuous-time signals, Fourier
invariant sys-tems; primarily from the classical view- series, Fourier transforms and Laplace transforms.
point of La-place transforms and a brief emphasis on
the state space formulation as well. The course will be 67.
useful for students from major streams of engineer- Discipline: Electrical / Electron-ics/ Communica-
ing to build foundations of time/frequency analysis tions Engg.
of sys-tems as well as the feedback control of such Course Name: Microwave integrated cir-cuits
sys-tems. Instructor: Prof. Jayanta Mukherjee
Institute: IITB
64. Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017
Discipline: Electrical / Electron-ics/ Communica- Course Objectives: Microwave Engineering Cir-
tions Engg. cuits is a course de-signed for introducing the field
Course Name: Basic electri-cal circuits of Microwave En-gineering to students, engineers
Instructor: Prof. Nagen-dra Krishna-pura and academics. Since at microwave frequencies, the
Institute: IITM distributed cir-cuit effects become very prominent,
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017 new circuit theories based on Max wells laws have to
Course Objectives: Electrical circuits are every- be intro-duces.
where, from tiny ones in integrated circuits in mobile
phones and music play-ers, to giant ones that carry 68.
power to our homes. This course deals with analysis Discipline: Electrical / Electron-ics/ Communica-
techniques that can be applied to all such circuits. Af- tions Engg.
ter taking this course, one should be able to analyze Course Name: Principles of Communica-tion Sys-
any linear cir-cuit. tems: Part - II Instructor:
Prof. Aditya K. Jagan-natham
65. Institute: IITK
Discipline: Electrical / Electron-ics/ Communica- Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017
tions Engg. Course Objectives: This course is a sequel to Prin-
Course Name: Analog cir-cuits ciples of Communica-tion-Part I and covers funda-
Instructor: Prof. Nagen-dra Krishna-pura mental concepts of communication systems, espe-

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cially focusing on var-ious aspects of modern digital Course Name: Design for internet of things
communication sys-tems. Instructor: Prof. T V Prabhakar
This course is suitable for all UG/PG students and Institute: IISc
practicing engineers/ managers who are looking to Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017
enhance their knowledge of the fundamental prin-ci- Course Objectives: Design for longevity/energy effi-
ples underlying various communication systems as ciency will be high-lighted. Step by step system de-
well as students preparing for their college/ univer- sign will be intro-duced. Small video chips that will
si-ty/ competitive exams. allow students to prototype will be displayed. At the
end of the course, the student is expected to make
69. the right choice of hardware, software and protocols
Discipline: Electrical / Electron-ics/ Communica- for the proposed application.
tions Engg.
Course Name: Applied Elec-tromagnetic for Engi- 72.
neers Discipline: High Voltage Engg.(Electrical Engg.)
Instructor: Prof. Pradeep Kumar Course Name: Advances in UHV Trans-mission and
Institute: IITK Distribution
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017 Instructor: Prof Subba Reddy B
Course Objectives: Applied electro magnetics for Institute: IISc
engineers is designed to be an application oriented Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017
course while covering all the theoretical concepts of Course Objectives: This course introduces the recent
modern electro mag-netics. The course includes a advances in EHV/UHV transmission and distribu-
balance between theo-ry, programming, and applica- tion systems. The course emphasizes learning and
tions. Several case studies will be discussed. understanding the newer design criteria required for
the UHV transmission systems viz: insulation design,
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70. protec-tions, safety concerns etc.


Discipline: Electrical / Electron-ics/ Communica-
tions Engg. 73.
Course Name: Estimation for Wireless Communi- Discipline: Electrical / Electron-ics/ Communica-
ca-tion – MIMO/OFDM Cellular and Sensor Net- tions Engg.
works Course Name: Computation-al Electro-magnetics &
Instructor: Prof. Aditya K. Jagan-natham Applications
Institute: IITK Instructor: Prof. Dr. Krish Sanka-ran
Next Run Start Date: JULY -SEP 2017 Institute: IITM
Course Objectives: A clear grasp of the basic princi- Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
ples of estimation can significantly enhance under- Course Objectives: This course is for people who are
standing by provid-ing deeper insights into various interested in deepening their knowledge about mod-
techniques in signal processing and communication. elling elec-tromagnetic systems and who wanted to
Beginning with a brief overview of the basic concepts build a strong foundation in the underlying physics.
of maximum likelihood (ML) and Least Squares Es- In this course, in addition to important modelling
timation (LS), this course will comprehensively cover tech-niques widely used for electromagnetic appli-
several ap-plications of maximum likelihood (ML) ca-tions, we will also introduce algebraic topology
estimation theory in wireless communications such based modelling method which is not widely known
as channel estimation, equalization, MIMO, OFDM to engineering community.
channel estimation, Frequency Domain Equalization
(FDE) and also Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). 74.
A se-quel course intended to be taught in the future Discipline: Electrical /Electronics/Communications
will cover Bayesian i.e. Minimum Mean Squared Engg.
Error (MMSE) estimation and will explore similar Course Name: Enclosure de-sign of elec-tronics
applica-tions. equip-ment
Instructor: Prof. N. V Chalapathi Rao
71. Institute: IISc
Discipline: Electrical / Electron-ics/ Communica- Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
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sensitise a registrant to various aspects of an elec- which will intro-duce and explain the fundamental
tronics product. Specif-ically onnon electrical aspects concepts in the field of electrical power system en-
like mechanical de-sign and detailing. Starting from gineering. The basic concepts of per unit system will
a need translated into specifications, leading to de- be introduced along with their applications in circuit
sign and prototyp-ing and ending up in a manufac- applications. By the end of the course, the students
turable physical pro-totype. should be able to gather high-quality knowledge of
electrical power system components, its operation
75. strategies, and stability analysis.
Discipline: Electrical /Electronics/Communications
Engg. 78.
Course Name: Design of photovoltaic system Discipline: Electrical /Electronics/Communications
Instructor: Prof. L Umanand Engg.
Institute: IISc Course Name: Industrial in-strumentation
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017 Instructor: Prof. Alok Barua
Course Objectives: This course is a design oriented Institute: IITKGP
course aimed at photovoltaic system design. The Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
course begins by discussing about the PV cell elec- Course Objectives: The main goal of an Industrial
trical characteris-tics and interconnections. Estima- Instrumentation course for engineering students are
tion of insolation and PV sizing is addressed is some shaped by a va-riety of applications including con-
detail. Maxi-mum power point tracking and circuits trol, quality as-surance, performance testing, design
related to it are discussed. Later, applications related and research. In this course I have adopted two main
to peltier refrigeration, water pumping, grid connec- objectives: 1) to provide a fundamental background
tion and micro grids are discussed in detail. Lastly a in the the-ory of Industrial Instrumentation and
brief discussion on life cycle costing is also discussed measurement system performance and 2) to estab-

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in order to bring in a measure of completeness to the lish the physical principles and practical techniques
course. used to measure those quantities most important for
Instrumentation applications. This video course is
76. structured such that the lessons are short and each
Discipline: Electrical /Electronics/Communications deals with spe-cific topic either measuring variables
Engg. Course Name: Photonic inte-grated circuits or device it-self.
Instructor: Prof. T. Srinivas
Institute: IISc 79.
Next Run Start Date: JULY-AUG 2017 Discipline: Electrical /Electronics/Communications
Course Objectives: The course on photonic integrat- Engg. Course Name: Electrical ma-chines - i
ed circuits deals with principles, devices and applica- Instructor: Prof. D Kastha/Prof. Suman Maiti
tions where light propagating in optical waveguides Institute: IITKGP
takes the central role. Various aspects that will be Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
dealt are optical waveguide theory; passive, dynam- Course Objectives: All of the topics are presented
ic and functional devices; materials and fabrication in a lucid and inter-active manner, such that at the
technology; sys-tems and applications – optical end of this course, students will get a good under-
comunication devic-es, optical sensors; micro-op- stating on the afore-said areas. In some cases, lab-
to-electro-mechanical systems; and recent develop- oratory demonstration is included to give a feel of
ments. hands-on-experience. The dynamic simulation of
electrical machine using MATLAB/SIMULINK is
77. also included to study the performance during steady
Discipline: Electrical /Electronics/Communications state and transients.
Engg.
Course Name: Power system analysis 80.
Instructor: Prof. Debapriya Das Discipline: Electrical /Electronics/Communications
Institute: IITKGP Engg.
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017 Course Name: Analog com-munication
Course Objectives: This course is mainly for under- Instructor: Prof. Goutam Das
graduate third-year Electrical Engineering students, Institute: IITKGP

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Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017 83.
Course Objectives: The course will introduce the Discipline: Electrical /Electronics/Communications
participants to the signal representation in both time Engg
and frequency domain, basic analog communication Course Name: Satellite communica-tion
techniques like modulation theory, system design for Instructor: Prof. Kalyan Kumar Ban-dyopadhyay
analog modulator and demodulator, random process Institute: IITKGP
and noise analysis. Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017
Course Objectives: In this course the participants will
81. get the basic technical knowledge of orbital dynam-
Discipline: Electrical /Electronics/Communications ics, subsystems used in space segment and ground
Engg. segment, power and bandwidth require-ment, effect
Course Name: Modern digi-tal communi-cation of the transmission medium, other im-pairments and
tech-niques techniques to mitigate them, regula-tory aspect and
Instructor: Prof. Suvra Sekhar Das standards, and some value added examples.
Institute: IITKGP
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017 84.
Course Objectives: The course will delve into the Discipline: Electrical /Electronics/Communications
design principles of transmitter and receiver so as to Engg
establish a reliable communication link. This course Course Name: Analog Cir-cuits and Sys-tem through
aims at enabling the participants to establish unam- SPICE Simu-lation
biguous mathe-matical statements describing every Instructor: Prof. Mrigank Sharad
step of trans-mitting and receiving a signal through a Institute: IITKGP
communi-cation link. It aims at exposing the details Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017
of noise, its modeling and its effect on communica- Course Objectives: This course is supposed to pro-
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tion sys-tems design. It will encompass fundamental vide a comprehensive design example, utilizing (and
aspects of estimation and detection theory, which building upon) the basic concepts covered in a UG
are cru-cial in designing a complete receiver (syn- Analog Circuits course. This course is expected to be
chroniza-tion, channel equalization, etc.). At the end a very com-prehensive supplement to course on An-
of the course, the participant will be equipped with alog Circuits and can be instrumental in stimulating
meth-ods of systematic representation, analysis and interest and developing aptitude among the partici-
de-sign of a digital communication system which are pants. Open source simulation platforms like PSPICE
essential in designing communication systems with or LT-SPICE will be used, so that all participants can
complex and futuristic requirements. car-ry out the simulations described in the course. In
line with the present industry scenario, we will most-
82. ly rely on MOSFET circuits. In the simulation exam-
Discipline: Electrical /Electronics/Communications ples, a clear distinction between bred-board circuit
Engg design (commonly practiced in a UG course) and
Course Name: Digital speech processing integrated circuit design will be made at all stages.
Instructor: Prof. Shyamal Kumar Das Mandal
Institute:IITKGP 85.
Next Run Start Date: AUG-OCT 2017 Discipline: Electrical /Electronics/Communications
Course Objectives: The pace of such R&D has farther Engg
got boosted with the general abundance of cheap Course Name: An Introduc-tion to Infor-mation
computing power in the form of PC, PDA or Mobile Theory
Handset. While man to machine in speech mode is Instructor: Prof. Adrish Banerjee
yet to reach the minimum threshold level for wide- Institute: IITK
spread deploy-ment, spoken messages directly by Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017
machine. This need research in speech science and Course Objectives: In this course we will explore
development of speech technology. The course pro- answers to these two questions. We will study some
vides the founda-tion knowledge on speech produc- practice source com-pression algorithms. We will
tion and percep-tion along with processing of speech also study how to compute channel capacity of sim-
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86. Course Name: Applied lin-guistics
Discipline: Humanities and So-cial Sciences Instructor: Prof. Rajesh Kumar
Course Name: Soft skills Institute: IITM
Instructor: Prof. Binod Mishra Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
Institute: IITR Course Objectives: This course deals with the ap-
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017 plications of theoreti-cal tools in understanding
Course Objectives: The course aims at creating languages and outcome of the analyses of theoretical
awareness among the stock holders of the corporate tools. We aim to have delivered the applications of
world in which the role of individuals as team play- the fundamental ideas of language to the fields such
ers and also as re-sponsible leaders materializes to as language teaching and learning, cognitive science,
a great extent. The course, with its interactive and education, and lan-guage disorder and disabilities.
need based modules, will address various challenges
of communication as well as behavioral skills faced 90.
by individuals at workplace and organizations in Discipline: Humanities and So-cial Sciences
bridging the gaps through effective skills of inter- Course Name: Cognition, Transfor-mation and Lives
views, group discus-sions, meeting management, Instructor: Dr. Alok Bajpai
presentations and nu-ances of drafting various busi- Institute: IITK
ness documents for sustainability in today’s global Next Run Start Date: JULY-AUG 2017
world. Course Objectives: This course addresses anyone
who is interested in change, not the temporary
87. change, but transfor-mation at a deeper, sustained
Discipline: Humanities and So-cial Sciences level; whether indi-vidual or collective. The course is
Course Name: Technical English for engineers structured to pro-vide a basic knowledge of Psychol-
Instructor: Prof. Aysha Iqbal ogy and Neuro-science before using a narrative biog-

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Institute: IITM raphy of Ma-hatma Gandhi to elucidate the process
Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017 of transfor-mation.
Course Objectives: The course covers all the areas of
grammar neces-sary for the undergraduate students 91.
of engineering sciences. The course is designed for Discipline: Humanities and So-cial Sciences
self-study, where participants will be required to Course Name: Visual Percep-tion and Art: A Survey
solve regular quizzes and assignments, and can also Across the Cultures
be used as an add-on to classroom teaching. Instructor: Prof. Soumik Nandy Ma-jumdar
Institute: IITK
88. Next Run Start Date: JULY-AUG 2017
Discipline: Humanities and So-cial Sciences Course Objectives: This course offers a survey across
Course Name: Literature for competitive exams the global culture to study this variety of relation-
Instructor: Prof. Aysha Iqbal ships and how visual perception operates as a cre-
Institute: IITM ative process affecting deeply the concepts and styles
Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017 of art. This survey will also provide us with vital clues
Course Objectives: The course is designed and de- to understand why visual artists across the globe
veloped to suit the needs of those students who aim perceive visual phenomenon so differently from each
to appear for competitive exams with English Liter- other.
ature as their core subject. It will be useful for those
who aspire towards acing competitive exams with 92.
literature in English as the main subject and/or want Discipline: Humanities and So-cial Sciences
to pursue a higher academic degree, particularly as Course Name: Introduction to Basic Cog-nitive
researchers, in India or abroad. The participants will Pro-cesses
also gain an understanding about the key literary Instructor: Prof. ARK Verma
figures of all time and their contribution to their Institute: IITK
respective liter-ary scene. Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017
Course Objectives: This course serves as a general
89. introduction to the field of cognitive psychology. The
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sumptions & issues that motivate the state – of the – Course Objectives: The course focuses on the ecology
art research in con-temporary cognitive psychology. of human socie-ties –human-environment relation-
ships, with refer-ence to cultural ecology and issues
93. surrounding sus-tainable development. It uses basic
Discipline: Humanities and So-cial Sciences concepts of an-thropology, including the concept of
Course Name: Calculus of One Real Var-iable culture as a dynamic system of learned behaviours
Instructor: Prof. Joydeep Dut-ta and beliefs, to better understand how human beings
Institute: IITK adapt to and change their physical and social sur-
Next Run Start Date: AUG-OCT 2017 roundings.
Course Objectives: This course intends to develop a
thorough under-standing of the fundamental aspects 97.
of calculus of single variable which is fundamental Discipline: Humanities and So-cial Sciences
tool in Scienc-es, Engineering and Economics. Course Name: History of English Lan-guage and
Literature
94. Instructor: Prof. Merin Simi Raj
Discipline: Humanities and So-cial Sciences Course Institute: IITM
Name: Science, Technology and Society Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
Instructor: Prof. Sambit Mallick Course Objectives: The course will showcase major
Institute: IITG literary moments, movements and events in the con-
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017 text of the social, political. religious and economic
Course Objectives: The objective of the course is to changes that shaped England and its history from the
enable students to understand science as a socio-cul- 5th century BC on wards. The objective of the course
tural product in specific socio-historical contexts. is to ena-ble a critical understanding of the intellec-
The course expos-es students to philosophical, tual histo-ry of England and to equip the learners to
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historical and sociolog-ical perspectives to look at analyze literary products within particular socio-his-
science as a practice deeply embedded in culture and torical contexts.
society. It empha-sizes the dynamic nature of the re-
lations between wider cultural practices on one hand 98.
and scientific practices on the other. The attempt is to Discipline: Humanities and So-cial Sciences
equip stu-dents with an understanding indispensable Course Name: Introduction to Psychology
for an in-depth study of science-technology-society Instructor: Prof. Braj Bhushan
dy-namics. Institute: IITK
Next Run Start Date: JULY -SEP 2017
95. Course Objectives: This course is designed for better
Discipline: Humanities and So-cial Sciences understanding of the self and others. It will help you
Course Name: Gender and Literature understand the how and why of thinking, feeling,
Instructor: Prof. Av-ishek Parui and action. This introductory psychology course will
Institute: IITG cover the major psychological constructs and princi-
Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017 ples, primarily focusing on the perceptual processes,
Course Objectives: Gender and Literature is an ex- learning, memory, emotions, genetic and environ-
amination of selected literary texts and cultural con- mental de-terminants of behavior and personality.
ditions from the standpoint of gender theory. It will
draw on estab-lished scholarship on gender studies 99.
and take the student through the various configura- Discipline: Humanities and So-cial Sciences
tions and re-configuration that determine gendered Course Name: Developing Soft Skills and Person-
classifica-tions such as masculinity and femininity. ali-ty
Instructor: Prof. T. Rav-ichandran
96. Institute: IITK
Discipline: Humanities and So-cial Sciences Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017
Course Name: Ecology and Society Course Objectives: The course aims to cause a ba-
Instructor: Prof. Ngam-jahao Kipgen sic awareness about the significance of soft skills in
Institute: IITG professional and inter-personal communications
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ality. Hard or tech-nical skills help securing a basic Course Objectives: This course introduces the view-
position in one’s life and career. But only soft skills er to the basics of Operations and Supply Chain
can ensure a person retain it, climb further, reach a Management. The main emphasis of the course is on
pinnacle, achieve ex-cellence, and derive fulfillment the basic concepts and on quantitative modeling of
and supreme joy. the various decision problems. The main emphasis of
the course is on the basic concepts and on quanti-ta-
100. tive modeling of the various decision problems.
Discipline: Humanities and So-cial Sciences Course
Name: Human re-source devel-opment 103.
Instructor: Prof. KBL Srivastava Discipline: Manage-ment
Institute: IITKGP Course Name: Patent Law for Engineers and Scien-
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017 tists
Course Objectives: The course aims to equip students Instructor: Prof. Feroze Ali
to develop them-selves into a critically reflective and Institute: IITM
capable HRD practitioner, or a manager who can fa- Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
cilitate the learning of others. The major objective of Course Objectives: The course shall give an in-depth
the course is to explain and demonstrate the contri- understanding of patent law to engineers and sci-
bution of HRD in an organization and enable student entists. This course will help person with a sci-ence
to de-velop an ability to decide learning and training background to understand the fundamentals of
needs; and have competence in the design and de-liv- patent law, know the requirements of patentabil-ity,
ery of learning programmes. The course will fo-cus learn how to read and interpret patent specifi-
on the role of HRD in designing and imple-menting ca-tions, analyze patent office procedures and court
appropriate strategies in line with the busi-ness goals cases and develop the basic understanding for draft-
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101. 104.
Discipline: Humanities and So-cial Sciences Discipline: Manage-ment
Course Name: Educational leadership Course Name: Marketing re-search and analysis
Instructor: Prof. Atasi Mohanty Instructor: Prof. J.K.Nayak
Institute: IITKGP Institute: IITR
Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017 Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017
Course Objectives: This course is designed to help Course Objectives: It helps in identifying the re-
the teach-ing/Academic professionals to understand cent trends in habits and behaviours of consumers
how ed-ucational leadership can transform and through a research process. Some of the key ap-
enhance the effectiveness of educational institutions. pli-cations of this study is to create a better product,
This course intends to focus on academic communi- decide the right price, distribution system and the
ty and to encourage individual members to develop promotional mechanism to attract customers and
various skills, competencies, abilities to enhance their make a difference within the competition.
leadership skills. It will also help them to de-velop
awareness into their self-motivation, reflec-tive prac- 105.
tices, critical thinking and positive plans of actions Discipline: Manage-ment
for enhancing their leadership impact and institu- Course Name: Project man-agement for managers
tional effectiveness. This course is aimed to mobilize Instructor: Prof. Mukesh Kumar Barua
human resources of education sector, edu-cational Institute: IITR
administration and prospective teachers. Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
Course Objectives: Project management is an es-
102. sen-tial skill-set for many careers and in many
Discipline: Manage-ment contexts in our lives. Project Management is an ideal
Course Name: Operation and supply chain manage- starting point if you need to manage projects at work
ment or at home, while not necessarily being a formally
Instructor: Prof. G.srinivasan trained project manager. It is also suitable if you are
Institute: IITM con-sidering undertaking a project in the near future
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man-agement knowledge and skills. ion models, this course focuses on decision anal-ysis,
For certification, visit and enroll here. waiting line or queuing models, simulation models,
and network models. This course will be of immense
106. value not only for the people working in manufac-
Discipline: Manage-ment turing or service industry but also to un-dergraduate
Course Name: Total Quality Management - I and postgraduate students of all fields of engineering
Instructor: Prof. Raghu Nandan Sengupta and management.
Institute: IITK Next Run Start Date: AUG-OCT 2017
Course Objectives: This is the first part of the two 110.
part course (TQM-I, TQM-II) and will cover topics Discipline: Manage-ment
ranging from TQM, Kaizen, Elementary concepts re- Course Name: e-Business
lated to quality assurance, Basic Statistical Con-ceptsInstructor: Prof. Mamata Jenamani
and Control of Accuracy and Precision, Pro-cess Institute: IITKGP
Capability, SPC, Acceptance Sampling and Quality Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
Management Systems, ISO 9000, etc. Course Objectives: The primary objective of this
course is to introduce concepts, tools and ap-
107. proach-es to electronic business to the post- graduate
Discipline: Manage-ment and undergraduate students. Further, the subject
Course Name: Gender justice and workplace security will help the students to develop skills to manage
Instructor: Prof. Dipa Dube busi-nesses in the digital world. The course provides
Institute: IITKGP a balance approach including concepts from tech-
Next Run Start Date: JULY-AUG 2017 nol-ogy and management.
Course Objectives: The course is aimed at ac-
quaint-ing the participants with the concept of 111.
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gender jus-tice. From the arena of Constitutional Discipline: Manage-ment


guarantees to criminal law to laws ensuring safety at Course Name: Six sigma
the work-place, specifically sexual harassment, the Instructor: Prof. Jitesh J Thakkar
course will focus on an understanding the laws, its Institute: IITKGP
procedural intricacies and judicial decisions aimed at Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
strength-ening the position of women in society. Course Objectives: The course on Six Sigma will
focus on detailed strategic and operational issues of
108. process improvement and variation reduction called
Discipline: Manage-ment Six Sigma, a measure of quality that strives for near
Course Name: Corporate so-cial responsi-bility perfection. It is a disciplined, data-driven approach
Instructor: Prof. Ara-dhna Malik for eliminating defects (driving towards six stand-ard
Institute: IITKGP deviations between the mean and the nearest spec-
Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017 ification limit) in any process-from manufactur-ing
Course Objectives: The course introduces parti- to transactional and from product to service. The
ci-pants to the field of Corporate Social Responsi- course will provide an exposure to well-established
bil-ity. The course begins with a discussion on the methods of quality assurance and man-agement and
his-tory of CSR activities, and moves through plan- advanced statistical methods includ-ing design of ex-
ning, implementation, evaluation and development periments. This course will provide a detailed under-
of the CSR cycle in profit making organizations. The standing on both the methodologies to the students.
course concludes with a discussion on how the field The course is designed with a prac-tical orientation
of CSR is likely to develop in future. and includes cases and industry applications of the
concepts.
109.
Discipline: Manage-ment 112.
Course Name: Decision modeling Discipline: Manage-ment
Instructor: Prof. Biswajit Mo-hanty Course Name: Introduction to Data Ana-lytics
Institute: IITKGP Instructor: Prof. Nandan Sudarsanam Prof. Bala-ra-
Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017 man Ravindran
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Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017 problems which includes convex pro-gramming,
Course Objectives: Data Analytics is the science KKT optimality conditions, quadratic program-
of analyzing data to convert information to use- ming problems, separable methods, geomet-ric and
ful knowledge. This knowledge could help us un- dynamic programming. It also covers some search
der-stand our world better, and in many contexts techniques which are used to solve nonlinear pro-
enable us to make better decisions. This course seeks gramming problems. It plays a vital role in solv-ing
to present you with a wide range of data analytic various engineering and science problems.
techniques and is structured around the broad con-
tours of the different types of data analytics, name-ly, 116.
descriptive, inferential, predictive, and prescrip-tive Discipline: Mathe-matics
analytics. Course Name: Numerical methods
Instructor: Prof. Ameeya Kumar Nayak,Prof. San-
113. jeev Ku-mar
Discipline: Mathe-matics Institute: IITR
Course Name: Differential equations Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017
Instructor: Prof. Sriniva-sa Manam Course Objectives: This course is a basic course of-
Institute: IITM fered to UG student of Engineering/Science back-
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017 ground. It contains solution of system of linear equa-
Course Objectives: The course is to introduce the tions, roots of non-linear equations, interpola-tion,
essential differential equations and their solution numerical differentiation and integration. It plays
methods. The course is very much essential to all en- an important role for solving various engineer-ing
gineering students for its use in any kind of scien-tif- sciences problems. Therefore, it has tremendous
ic or engineering work. The course offers them to applications in diverse fields in engineering scienc-es.
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tial equations that arise in physical and engineer-ing 117.
sciences. Discipline: Mathe-matics
Course Name: Measure theo-ry
114. Instructor: Prof. Inder Kumar Rana
Discipline: Mathe-matics Institute: IITB
Course Name: Integral equa-tions, calculus of varia- Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
tions and its appli-cations Course Objectives: This is a course on the concepts
Instructor: Prof. P. N Agarwal Prof.D. N Pandey of Measure and Integration. Normally, this is a core
Institute: IITR course for M,.Sc. Mathematics and Statistics stu-
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017 dents. The concepts find applications in advance
Course Objectives: This course is a basic course of- Analysis Courses, Signal Processing, Financial Math-
fered to PG students of Engineering/Science back- ematics courses.
ground. It contains Fredholm and Volterra integral
equations and their solutions using various methods 118.
such as Neumann series, resolvent kernels, Green’s Discipline: Mathe-matics
function approach and transform methods. It plays Course Name: Numerical Analysis
an important role for solving various engineering Instructor: Prof. R. Usha
sciences problems. Therefore, it has tremendous Institute: IITM
applications in diverse fields in engineering scienc-es. Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
Course Objectives: This course introduces the theo-
115. ry and application of numerical methods or tech-
Discipline: Mathe-matics niques to approximate mathematical procedures(
Course Name: Nonlinear programming such as reconstruction of a function, evaluation of
Instructor: Prof. S. K Gupta an integral) or solutions of problems that arise in
Institute: IITR science and engineering. The course also provides
Next Run Start Date: JULY-AUG 2017 a firm foundation for further study on Numerical
Course Objectives: This course is offered to UG and Analysis.
PG students of Engineering/Science back-ground. It
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119. learn how to derive simple and multiple linear
Discipline: Mathe-matics re-gression models, learn what assumptions under-
Course Name: Introduction to R Software line the models, learn how to test whether your data
Instructor: Prof. Shalabh sat-isfy those assumptions and what can be done
Institute: IITK when those assumptions are not met, and develop
Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017 strate-gies for building best models. We will also
Course Objectives: Any scientific task without the learn how to create dummy variables and interpret
knowledge of software is difficult to imagine and their effects in multiple regression analysis; to build
complete in the current scenario. R is a free soft-ware pol-ynomial regression models and generalized lin-
that is capable of handling mathematical and statis- ear models.
tical manipulations. It has its own program-ming
language as well as built in functions to per-form any 123.
specialized task. We intend to learn the basics of R Discipline: Mechani-cal / Industrial/ Ma-terials sci-
software in this course. ence and engineering
Course Name: Heat Treat-ment and Sur-face Hard-
120. en-ing - II
Discipline: Mathe-matics Instructor: Prof. Kallol Mondal & Sandeep Sangal
Course Name: Constrained and uncon-strained op- Institute: IITK
ti-mization Next Run Start Date: AUG-OCT 2017
Instructor: Prof. A Goswami & Prof.Debjani Course Objectives: Heat treatment is a fundamen-
Chakraborty tal principle required for processing of metals and
Institute: IITKGP al-loys. By controlling time-temperature sequence
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017 with/without application of stress, it can modify the
Course Objectives: This course has been designed structure of the materials, which would influence the
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for postgraduate students. Operations research is properties in a desired way. This principle lies strong-
not only important in its own right but also forms ly on the basics of thermodynamics and ki-netics of
an integral part of applied sciences like economics, phase transformations in metals and alloys, which is
management science, engineering design problems the guiding factor for deciding process schedule in
etc.This course has been designed for postgraduate Industry.
students. The course provides a systematic and thor-
ough discussion on subject matter with numer-ous 124.
examples. Discipline: Mechani-cal / Industrial/ Ma-terials sci-
ence and engineering
121. Course Name: Phase Trans-formation in Materials
Discipline: Mathe-matics Instructor: Prof. Krishanu Biswas
Course Name: Graph Theory Institute: IITK
Instructor: Prof. Soumen Maity Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
Institute: IISER PUNE Course Objectives: The present course will deal with
Next Run Start Date: AUG-OCT 2017 the basics of phase transformation in materials.
Course Objectives: Graph theory is the core content Using thermodynamics, kinetics of phase trans-
of Discrete Mathematics, and Discrete Mathemat- for-mation, different liquid to solid and solid to solid
ics is the theoretical basis of computer science and transformations will be covered in this course.
network information science. This course introduces
in an elementary way some basic knowledge and the 125.
primary methods in Graph Theory. Discipline: Mechani-cal / Industrial/ Ma-terials sci-
ence and engineering
122. Course Name: Fundamentals of manufac-turing
Discipline: Mathe-matics pro-cesses
Course Name: Regression analysis Instructor: Prof. D K Dwivedi
Instructor: Prof. Soumen Maity Institute: IITR
Institute: IISER PUNE Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017 Course Objectives: It is proposed to include fun-da-
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126. FV strategy, formulation of the problem and solution
Discipline: Mechani-cal / Industrial/ Ma-terials sci- techniques. Students at the end of the course will
ence and engineering get to experience a simple and sample working CFD
Course Name: Fluid dynam-ics and tur-bomachines code and thus develop confidence.
Instructor: Prof. Dhiman Chatterjee and Prof.Shamit
Bakshi 129.
Institute: IITM Discipline: Mechani-cal / Industrial/ Ma-terials sci-
Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017 ence and engineering
Course Objectives: The course is intended for ad- Course Name: Micro and nano scale en-ergy trans-
vanced B. Tech/B. E. students as well as a refresher port
course for practicing engineers working in the field Instructor: Prof. Arvind Pattamatta
of pump and turbine industries. Institute: IITM
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
127. Course Objectives: This course will address the fun-
Discipline: Mechani-cal / Industrial/ Ma-terials sci- damentals of Micro and Nano scale transport in var-
ence and engineering ious fields of current interest such as thermal dissipa-
Course Name: Engineering fracture me-chanics tion from electronic devices, thermoelectric energy
Instructor: Prof. K.Ramesh conversion devices and Micro electro me-chanical
Institute: IITM systems and sensors (MEMS). Students from diverse
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017 backgrounds such as Mechanical, Aer-ospace, and
Course Objectives: The course covers the basic Electrical engineering as well as from physical sci-
as-pects of Engineering Fracture Mechanics. Spec- ences may find this course useful.
tacu-lar failures that triggered the birth of fracture
me-chanics, Modes of loading, Classification as 130.

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LEFM and EPFM, Crack growth and fracture mech- Discipline: Mechani-cal / Industrial/ Ma-terials sci-
anisms, Energy release rate, Resistance, Griffith ence and engineering
Theory of fracture, Extension of Griffith Theory by Course Name: Manufactur-ing of Com-posites
Irwin and Orowan, R-Curve, Pop-in phenomena, Instructor: Prof. J. Ramkumar
Crack branching. Necessary and sufficient conditions Institute: IITK
for fracture, Stress and Displacement fields in the Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017
very near and near-tip fields, Westergaard, Williams Course Objectives: This course covers the import-
and Generalised Westergaard solutions, Influence of ant aspects of composites manufacturing: process
the T-stress and higher order terms, Role of photo selec-tion guidelines, thermoset ad thermoplastic
elas-ticity on the development of stress field equa- Compo-sites manufacturing processes, process pa-
tions in fracture mechanics, Equivalence between SIF rameters and characterizations. Applications and use
and G, Various methods for evaluating Stress In-ten- of each manufacturing process is focused and this is
sity Factors, Modeling plastic zone at the crack-tip, repre-sented separately.
Irwin and Dugdale models, Fracture toughness test-
ing, Fedderson TMs residual strength diagram, Paris 131.
law, J-integral, HRR field, Mixed-mode frac-ture, Discipline: Mechani-cal / Industrial/ Ma-terials sci-
Crack arrest methodologies. ence and engineering
Course Name: Applied Er-gonomics
128. Instructor: Prof. Shanta-nu Bhattacharya & A. Gupta
Discipline: Mechani-cal / Industrial/ Ma-terials sci- Institute: IITK
ence and engineering Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017
Course Name: Foundation of computational fluid Course Objectives: The course syllabus is designed
dynam-ics so as to cover work physiology, Engineering aspect of
Instructor: Prof. S. Vengadesan product, improvement in the cognitive capabili-ties
Institute: IITM and other relevant topics. Students will be able to
Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017 correlate the understanding of this subject with their
Course Objectives: This is an introductory course day to day activities and will be aware of con-cepts
in CFD. In this course, students will be exposed to related to increase in the human and system efficien-
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132. elec-tron microscopy)Brief Introduction to recent
Discipline: Mechani-cal / Industrial/ Ma-terials sci- tech-niques in electron microscopy (Holog-raphy,S-
ence and engineering canning TEM, Z- contrast microscopy, Ori-entation
Course Name: Nature and Properties of Materials Microscopy, etc)
Instructor: Prof. Bishakh Bhattacharya
Institute: IITK 135.
Next Run Start Date: JULY -SEP 2017 Discipline: Mechani-cal / Industrial/ Ma-terials sci-
Course Objectives: This course introduces to the ence and engineering
basics of metals and metallic alloys, polymers, com- Course Name: Acoustic and Noise Control
posites and smart materials which have extensively Instructor: Prof. Abijith Sarkar
broadened the scope of engineering design in the Institute: IITM
fields of Civil, Mechanical, Aerospace and other Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
structural applications. After learning this course, Course Objectives: In this course, the students will be
students will be well-versed with the underlying introduced to the foundations and concepts of acous-
principle governing the material properties and tic wave propagation. Also, human factors influenc-
should be able to select proper material for their ing the perception of sound will be empha-sized.
ap-plication.
136.
133. Discipline: Mechani-cal / Industrial/ Ma-terials sci-
Discipline: Mechani-cal / Industrial/ Ma-terials sci- ence and engineering Course Name: Manufactur-ing
ence and engineering Systems and Sustaina-bility: An Ap-plied Ap-proach
Course Name: Mathematical Methods in Engineer- Instructor: Prof. Deepu Philip
ing and Science Institute: IITK
Instructor: Prof. Bhaskar Dasgupta Next Run Start Date: AUG-OCT 2017
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Institute: IITK Course Objectives: This course provides an over-


Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017 view of the Sustainability in Manufacturing Sys-tems;
Course Objectives: The purpose of this course is to various methodologies and its application to improv-
summarise, crystallise, enhance and give a forward ing the eco-efficiency are focused. An addi-tional
orientation to the mathematical methods taught in objective is provide insights on Sustainable aspects
undergraduate curriculum, with projections to fu- management methodologies such as Lean manufac-
ture requirements. turing, Green Supply Chain, and Process Integration.
Simulation of the systems is also dis-cussed to make
134. the students learn to cater the mod-ern tools in vir-
Discipline: Mechani-cal / Industrial/ Ma-terials sci- tual environment.
ence and engineering
Course Name: Electron dif-fraction and imaging 137.
Instructor: Prof. Sundarara-man M Discipline: Mechani-cal/ Chemical Engi-neering
Institute: IITM Course Name: Convective Heat Transfer
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017 Instructor: Prof. Saptarshi Basu
Course Objectives: Crystal structure, Symmetry, Institute: IISc
Reciprocal space Different type of projections (po-lar Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
and stereographic) Electron Microscope (Proper-ties Course Objectives: Convective heat transfer takes
of waves, Wave nature of electron, de Broglie equa- a major role in phase change heat transfer as well
tion, electron optics, lens and lens defects, Compo- as mass transfer analogies in chemical processes.
nents-source to detector) Fundamentals of diffrac- Pre-sent course targets fundamental understanding
tion, Computation of intensity of diffraction patterns, of all these facets with derivations and mathematical
different types of diffraction (Selected area, Kikuchi, examples.
Convergent Beam and nano-diffraction) Contrast
theory (Kinematical and dynamical theory), Imag- 138.
ing of different types of defects (zero, one, two and Discipline: Mechani-cal / Industrial/ Ma-terials sci-
three dimensional defects) Phase contrast micros- ence and engineering
co-py, Basicsof Electron crystallography (combin- Course Name: Processing of Polymers and Polymer
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Instructor: Prof. Inder-deep Singh crystallographic problems of both single and poly
Institute: IITR crystalline materials, starting from an elemen-tary
Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017 level.
Course Objectives: The main objective of the cur-
rent MOOC on Processing of Polymers and Poly-mer 142.
Composites course is to impart an understand-ing of Discipline: Mechani-cal / Industrial/ Ma-terials sci-
the manufacturing science and engineering of poly- ence and engineering
mers and polymer composites which is usually not Course Name: Noise Man-agement & Control
covered at the UG level. The course deals with the Instructor: Prof. Na-chiketa Ti-wari
study of the basic nature of different polymers and Institute: IITK
polymer composites and the manufacturing process- Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
es associated thereof. Course Objectives: This course is intended for all
those who want to understand noise, its control, and
139. its management. Thus, the course is open to students
Discipline: Mechani-cal / Industrial/ Ma-terials sci- of engineering and science, and also to all those who
ence and engineering from the industry and research organiza-tions – who
Course Name: Fundamentals of Material are working in area of sound, NVH and acoustics.
Processing - I Each lecture will be followed by a quiz, which will
Instructor: Prof. Shashank Shekhar help student the concepts better, and gain deeper
Institute: IITK insights to measurement process. The course is fairly
Next Run Start Date: JULY -SEP 2017 generic so that there is no need for a particular back-
Course Objectives: The aim of the course is to ac- ground. Rather, what is needed is openness, and abil-
quaint students with the fundamentals involved in ity to learn and check out new ideas with comfort.
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students should be able to answer the fol-lowing 143.
questions: (a) What are the various funda-mental Discipline: Mechani-cal / Industrial/ Ma-terials sci-
material processing techniques and the sci-ence ence and engineering
behind it; (b) What processing method to use for a Course Name: Manufactur-ing System Technology
given material and a given application. Part 1 & 2
Instructor: Prof. Shanta-nu Bhattacharya
140. Institute: IITK
Discipline: Mechani-cal / Industrial/ Ma-terials sci- Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
ence and engineering Course Objectives: This is an introductory level
Course Name: Steel Quality : Role of Sec-ondary course in Manufacturing Process Technology Part
Refin-ing & Contin-uous Casting II is mostly meant for Undergraduate engineers.
Instructor: Prof. Santanu Kr. Ray This course is an introductory course for engineer-
Institute: IITM ing professionals who would like to take up careers
Next Run Start Date: AUG-OCT 2017 in manufacturing particularly at the process level
Course Objectives: Aim of this course is to give a and also for professionals who are already in manu-
brief introduction to the importance of secondary fac-turing careers and would like to see the technolo-
refining and continuous casting in achieving the gi-cal changes that the manufacturing processes have
de-sirable cleanliness and surface quality of cast and witnessed in the last about 5 decades.
hot rolled steels.
144.
141. Discipline: Mechani-cal / Industrial/ Ma-terials sci-
Discipline: Mechani-cal / Industrial/ Ma-terials sci- ence and engineering
ence and engineering Course Name: Refrigeration And Air-conditioner
Course Name: X-ray Crystal-lography & Diffraction Instructor: Prof. Ravi Kumar
Instructor: Prof. Ranjit Kumar Ray Institute: IITR
Institute: IIEST Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017 Course Objectives: This Course provides a simple
Course Objectives: This course provides a glimpse of understanding of Refrigeration and Air-conditioning
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no knowledge of the subject. bi-ologists
Instructor: Prof. G.K.Suraish kumar/ Prof. Madhu-
145. lika Dixit
Discipline: Mechani-cal / Industrial/ Ma-terials sci- Institute: IITM
ence and engineering Next Run Start Date: JULY-AUG 2017
Course Name: Spur and heli-cal gear cut-ting Course Objectives: This course is designed to con-
Instructor: Prof. Asima-va Roy-choudhury vey the essentials of cell and molecular biology
Institute: IITKGP to provide a frame-work for more specific under-
Next Run Start Date: JULY-AUG 2017 stand-ing, and contribution by any interested person.
Course Objectives: These lectures would introduce
the basic principles of spur and helical gear machin- 149.
ing to the reader. First – the concept of spur and Discipline: Multidis-ciplinary
helical gears would be introduced, followed by their Course Name: Introduction to research
uses, applications, nomenclature etc. A discus-sion Instructor: Prof. Prathap Haridoss
on some commonly used machine elements would Institute: IITM
follow, which are required in subsequent lec-tures. Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017
Next, the concept of gear milling (including simple Course Objectives: This course aims to introduce stu-
and differential indexing), gear shaping and gear dents to the important aspects of research. The intent
hobbing for machining both straight spur and heli- of the course is to make students aware of the details
cal gears would be discussed. At every stage – there associated with formal research and to help students
would be discussions on a number of numeri-cal overcome common misconceptions that may be
problems and multiple choice questions. present in their minds. By going through this course,
students are likely to be able to take up research ac-
146. tivities in a more systematic and formal manner right
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Discipline: Mechani-cal / Industrial/ Ma-terials sci- from the beginning.


ence and engineering
Course Name: Laws of ther-modynamics 150.
Instructor: Prof. S.K Som & Prof. Suman Discipline: Multidis-ciplinary
Chakraborty Course Name: Health re-search funda-mentals
Institute: IITKGP Instructor: Multi Faculty
Next Run Start Date: JULY-AUG 2017 Institute: NIE
Course Objectives: This will not only clear the phys- Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017
ical concepts of the students but will enable the Course Objectives: This course will provide an over-
students to get rid of usual misleading concepts in view of steps and principles for designing bio-medi-
understanding the laws and their applications. cal and health research studies among human partic-
ipants.
147.
Discipline: Mechani-cal / Industrial/ Ma-terials sci- 151.
ence and engineering Discipline: Multidis-ciplinary
Course Name: Energy con-servation and waste heat Course Name: Outcome based peda-gogic prin-
recovery ci-ples for effec-tive teaching
Instructor: Prof. PK Das & Prof. A Bhattacharya Instructor: Prof. Shyamal Kumar Das Mandal
Institute: IITKGP Institute: IITKGP
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017 Next Run Start Date: JULY-AUG 2017
Course Objectives: The proposed course introduces Course Objectives: Globalisation, changing de-mo-
us to various methods of Waste Heat Recovery that graphics and technological advancements are some
has been employed by the industry to harness the of the key driving forces of the future. Our students
energy stored in waste heat and use it for genera-tion will have to be prepared to face these chal-lenges
of additional electric power. and seize the opportunities brought about by these
forces. In Twenty-first Century Learning, students
148. use educational technologies to apply knowledge
Discipline: Multidis-ciplinary to new situations, analyze information, collaborate,
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is not a syllabus or textbook-driven or fragmented, it
should be set of Specific, Measura-ble, Appropriate,
Challenging but Achievable edu-cational objective or
Skills (outcome) which stu-dents will be acquire at
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Discipline: Physics
Course Name: Quantum In-formation and Comput-
ing
Instructor: Prof. Dipan Ghosh
Institute: IITB
Next Run Start Date: JULY-SEP 2017
Course Objectives: The course is Primarily for Stu-
dents of Physics and Engineering having exposure to
basic quantum mechanics and knowledge of Lin-ear
Algebra.

153.
Discipline: Physics
Course Name: Mathematics methods in Physics-I
Instructor: Prof. Sam-udra Roy
Institute: IITKGP
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017

Engineering
154.
Discipline: Physics
Course Name: Classical me-chanics: from newtonian
to lagrangian formulation
Instructor: Prof. Debamalya Banerjee
Institute: IITKGP
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
Course Objectives: This course deals with fun-
da-mentals of classical mechanics. We aim to give
a basic understanding of various fields of classical
mechanics to our students

155.
Discipline: Physics
Course Name: Solid state physics
Instructor: Prof. Amal Kumar Das
Institute: IITKGP
Next Run Start Date: JULY-OCT 2017
Course Objectives: The structure of materials is the
key deciding factor for different kind of properties,
such as thermal, electrical, optical, magnetic, di-
elec-tric etc. In this course we will learn the structure
of solid materials and their different physical prop-
er-ties along with underlying physics.

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Graduate Courses
(Management)
By : IIM Bangalore

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1 Next Run Start Date: 5th October 2017
Course Name: Introduction to Investments Next Run End Date: 31st December 2017
Instructor: SG Badrinath Course Objectives: To Learn the meaning and appli-
Institute: IIM Bangalore cation of CRM
Next Run Start Date: 5th July 2017 To Learn benefits of CRM to companies and con-
Next Run End Date: 31st December 2017 sumers
Course Objectives: To advance the understanding To Learn how to implement CRM best practices
of fundamental concepts of financial markets and To Learn the importance of bonding and building
market participants. loyalty with customers
To explain the structure of global markets in which To Learn how to build long term customer realtion-
equities trade. ships
To evaluate the economic and industry environment
in which companies operate. 5
To develop and employ tools of financial analysis for Course Name: Introduction to Corporate Finance
examining company fundamentals. Instructor: Ashok Thampy
To understand techniques for valuing equity securi- Institute: IIM Bangalore
ties. Next Run Start Date: 5th November 2017
To link theories of valuation to practical aspects of Next Run End Date : 31st March 2018
investing Course Objectives: To learn the role of corporate
finance in an organization
2 To learn the role of financial markets in financing
Course Name: Management Accounting for Deci- firms and individual’s need for funds
sion-making To learn the Capital budgeting tools such as payback

Management
Instructor: MS Narasimhan period, internal rate of return and net present value
Institute: IIM Bangalore used in evaluating investments
Next Run Start Date: 5th August 2017 6
Next Run End Date: 31st December 2017 Course Name: Predictive Analytics
Course Objectives: To understand how accounting Instructor: Dinesh Kumar
information is relevant to managers Institute: IIM Bangalore
To understand how it can be processed and analyzed Next Run Start Date: 25th November 2017
for effective managerial decision-making Next Run End Date :
To equip non-finance managers with basic account- 31st March 2018
ing and finance skills Course Objectives: Understand how to use pre-
To discuss activity based costing dictive analytics tools to analyze real-life business
problems.
3 Demonstrate case-based practical problems using
Course Name: Introduction to Marketing Essentials predictive analytics techniques to interpret model
Instructor: Ashis Mishra outputs.
Institute: IIM Bangalore Learn regression, logistic regression, and forecasting
Next Run Start Date: 5th September 2017 using software tools such as MS Excel, SPSS, and
Next Run End Date : 31st December 2017 SAS.
Course Objectives: To understand the basic concepts
of marketing 7
To understand Segmentation, targeting, differentia- Course Name: Introduction to Strategic Management
tion and positioning Instructor: PD Jose
To know the various aspects of Marketing strategy Institute: IIM Bangalore
To understand 4Ps of marketing: product, price, Next Run Start Date: 5th December 2017
place and promotion Next Run End Date: 31st March 2018
Course Objectives: To Learn Industry and competi-
4 tive analysis
Course Name: Customer Relationship Management To Learn Resource and competency analysis
Instructor: Shainesh To Learn Analysing strategy across corporate and
Institute: IIM Bangalore business levels

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8 Learn Problems with markets and what we can do
Course Name: Strategy and Sustainability about it.
Instructor: PD Jose
Institute: IIM Bangalore
Next Run Start Date: 5th January 2018
Next Run End Date: 31st March 2018
Course Objectives: To Learn the nature of the sus-
tainability problems faced by businesses
The business case for sustainability: Links between
sustainability strategy and corporate performance
To Learn how can firms integrate sustainability con-
cerns into their business strategy? Which tools and
techniques may be employed for this?
Applied understanding of stakeholder management,
non-market environment and issues/crisis manage-
ment

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Course Name: Organization Design for Competitive
Advantage
Instructor: Sourav M
Institute: IIM Bangalore
Next Run Start Date: 5th February 2018
Management

Next Run End Date: 31st July 2018


Course Objectives: To Learn Interrelationship be-
tween an organization’s strategy and structure
To Learn Effective use of control systems
To Learn How to achieve Competitive advantage
through different designs
To Learn Structural alternatives such as functional,
divisional and matrix
To Learn Structural tradeoffs such as centralization,
formalization and complexity
To Learn How to manage structural change

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Course Name: Managerial Economics
Instructor: Subhashish Gupta
Institute: IIM Bangalore
Next Run Start Date: 5th March 2018
Next Run End Date: 31st July 2018
Course Objectives: Learn How markets work; sup-
ply, demand and market equilibrium
Learn Elasticity of supply and demand, taxes and
subsidies
Learn Production of goods and services, measures of
productivity
Learn Making decisions for hiring and spending on
infrastructure
Learn Opportunity costs, different cost concepts,
planning for the future
Learn Pricing and selling decisions with different
types of competitive pressures

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List of Certificate and
Diploma Courses
By : IGNOU

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1 organizations about agriculture production manage-


Course Name: Food laws and standards ment, its resources, institutional development, and
Instructor: Prof. M. K. Salooja emerging trends in agriculture and allied sectors.
Institute: SOA, IGNOU
Next Run Star Date End Date: 17 July 2017 to 16 4
Nov 2017 Course Name: Sustainable Management of Biodi-
Course Objectives : The Course “Food Laws and versity
Standards” acquaints with the national and interna- Instructor: Dr. Shachi Shah
tional food laws and standards to develop an en- Institute: SOA, IGNOU
abling environment to have safe and quality food for Next Run Star Date End Date: 4 Sep 2017 to 3 Jan
everyone. 2018
The objective of Course “Food Laws and Standards” This course provides an understanding of the con-
is to explain participating fellows with the basic cept and principle of biodiversity science. The course
aspects of national and international food laws and provides detailed information on the values of bio-
standards. The course has four major components diversity, causes as well as current crisis, and con-
– (a) Indian Food Regulatory Regime; (b) Global sequences of biodiversity loss. The course provides
Scenario; (c) Export and Import Laws and (d) Regu- a conceptual understanding of various means of
lations and Other Laws and Standards. conservation, restoration and sustainable utilization
The course is meant for all the stakeholders of the of biodiversity which can provide viable solutions to
food chain i, e. producer, procurer, transporter, a range of societal challenges and provides an effec-
processor, distributor, retailer, exporter/importer and tive tool to bridge the knowledge gap for sustainable
Certificate Courses

regulator, and we welcome you. We shall cross the management of biodiversity. The course also explores
bridges as we move ahead, and also humbly request the linkages between biodiversity conservation,
for your inputs to improve the quality of course, and ecosystem services and climate change. The course
active participation in its smooth running. will also provide insights into current challenges as
well as opportunities in the context of various inter-
2 national cooperation and national level programmes
Course Name: Technology of Fermented, Cheese, and legislative framework for biodiversity conser-
Icecream and By-products vation. The course provides the opportunities for
Instructor: Prof. M. K. Salooja biodiversity mainstreaming by stressing the role of
Institute: SOA, IGNOU biodiversity in achieving the SDGs.
Next Run Start Date End Date: 17 Sep 2017 to 16 Jan
2018 5
Course Objectives : 1.To acquaint the participants Course Name: Introduction to Poultry Farming
with the manufacturing of Fermented, Cheese, Ice Instructor: Dr. P. Vijaykumar Institute: SOA,
Cream and Dairy By-Products, and 2. To familirize IGNOU
the learners/processors/food entreprenurs/ technical Next Run Star Date End Date: 17 Sep 2017 to 16 Nov
officers/consumers/regulators/exporters/distributors/ 2017
retailors about basic composition, standard speci- Course Objectives : 1. To introduce about Poultry, its
fication, method of manufacturing, packaging and scope, potential and role in socio-economic develop-
defects during manufacturing and storage of these ment and livelihood security of farming community,
products. and 2. To sensitize about the various types of poultry
farms and farming systems practised in India
3
Course Name: Indian Agricultural Development 6
Instructor: Dr. Praveen Kumar Jain Course Name: Design and Facilitation of E-learn-
Institute: SOA, IGNOU ing Courses
Next Run Start Date End Date: 8 Sep 2017 to 7 Jan Instructor: Dr. G. Mythili
2018 Institute: STRIDE, IGNOU
Course Objectives : 1. To acquaint with salient Next Run Star Date End Date: July 2017
features of the Indian agriculture and allied sectors, Course Objectives : This course describes the foun-
and 2. To sensitise the new learners, academicians, dations, processes, models and theories and instruc-
researchers, policy planners, farmers and civil service tional design in practice that have evolved from

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the basic systemic approaches for e-learning envi- Automation of housekeeping opeations with special
ronment. Keeping in view the need of the learners, reference to open source library automation software
teachers and practitioners of e-learning, this course Koha;
is planned, designed and developed to acquaint them rendering of computerised services;
with the design aspects of Instructional Design. different types of media resources and their preserva-
After successful completion of the course, the learn- tion and maintenance;
ers are expected to: need and purpose of digitisation;
Describe the benefits of instructional design in processes, methods and equipments used for digitis-
E-Learning. ing; and
Appreciate the learning theories applicable in In- developing digital library using open source DSpace
structional Design. software.
Describe the types of Instructional Design strategies
and models applicable in E-learning. 9
Select the appropriate Instructional Strategy for a Course Name: Document Processing and Organi-
given need or course. sation
Instructor: Prof. Jaideep Sharma
7 Institute: SOSS, IGNOU
Course Name: Basics of Russian Language- I Next Run Star Date End Date: 17 Jul 2017 to 16 Oct
Instructor: Dr. ShivajiBhaskar 2017
Institute: SOFL, IGNOU Course Objectives : After going through the Course,
Next Run Star Date End Date: July 2017 the learners will be able to:
Course Objectives : The main objective of the course • Appreciate the need and purpose of cataloguing

Certificate Courses
is to give an opportunity to all those who want to and classification in a library;
learn Russian. The basic objectives are as follows: • Understand the process of cataloguing and classifi-
- To develop the ability to use Russian effectively cation;
for the purpose of practical communication in spo- • Know the different types and schemes of classifica-
ken and written discourse. tion;
- To respond, in written or oral form, quickly, • Assign class numbers to documents using DDC;
adequately and accurately in different communica- • Know the different types of catalogues;
tive situations (such as- to give & receive personal • Prepare catalogue entries using AACR2R;
information, to give basic instructions, to involve in • File entries in a catalogue knowing the different
dialogues related to day-to-day life, to relate events, rules for filing; and
facts and to narrate situations, to express opinions, to • Shelve books and carry out shelf rectification in a
describe persons or things, to justify opinions, etc.) library
- To demonstrate knowledge of sufficient vocab-
ulary to use with grammar patterns 10
- To enable students to gain access through Course Name: Information Sources and Library
language to the contemporary scene and the back- Services
ground of Russian speaking countries, their people Instructor: Dr. ArchnaShukla
and their cultures. Institute: SOSS, IGNOU
- To establish the skills, language and attitude Next Run Star Date End Date: 17 Jul 2017 to 16 Oct
required to promote and facilitate further study of 2017
Russian. Course Objectives :The main purpose of this course
is to make learners able to:
8 —Explain various types of information sources;
Course Name: Library Automation and Digitisa- —Categorise them based on different criteria;
tion —Identify the different types of reference and infor-
Instructor: Prof. Uma Kanjilal mation sources;
Institute: SOSS, IGNOU —Understand the basis characteristics and uses of
Next Run Star Date End Date: 17 Jul 2017 to 16 Oct these sources; and
2017 —Know about both print and electronic information
Course Objectives : The objective of the course is to sources.
provide an understanding of the following aspects:

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Course Name: Database and Content Organisation
Instructor: Dr. V. V. Subrahmanyam
Institute: SOCIS, IGNOU
Next Run Star Date End Date: 17 Jul 2017 to 16 Oct
2017
Course Objectives : This course provides instruc-
tion on the database concepts, elements of DBMS,
Database models, fundamentals of database design,
database implementation with a focus on library
and information science practice, use of WINISIS,
MySQL and some emerging trends. By the end of the
course, students will be able to:
Understand the Database concepts, elements of
DBMS and Database Models
Review and articulate database functions and data
modeling in LIS environment
Describe various File Organisation Techniques and
Search Strategies
Understand the Relational Model and able to create
conceptual design diagrams using Entity Relation-
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ship Modeling
Identify the concerns of Indexing
Use Structured Query Language to retrieve and man-
age information
Work with MySQL – RDBMS, executing all of its
SQL commands
Identify basic concerns regarding Database Recovery,
Transaction Management, Concurrency control and
Deadlocks.
Access and use WINISIS
Understand the emerging trends namely Open Ac-
cess Database Services, Text Retrieval Engines, Mul-
tilingual Text Retrieval, Data Mashup and Linked
Open Data for Libraries.

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1. 5. Evolution.
Course Name: NCERT Accountancy 01 (Class 11) The course will help the learner to conceptualise the
Instructor: Dr. Shipra Vaidya areas of molecular genetics, structural biology and
Institute: NCERT bio informatics to enrich their understanding of the
Course Objectives: molecular basis of evolution.
This course is intended to develop understanding:
1. Systematically recording the accounting trans- 3
actions, accountants ably determine the logavity, Course Name: NCERT Chemistry 01 (Class 11)
profitability of a business, perform financial forcasts Instructor: Dr. Anjni Koul
and assess the overall performance of a business Institute: DESM, NCERT, New Delhi
enterprise. Next Run Start Date: July 1st , 2017
2. How can the creditibility and usefulness of ac- Next Run End Date: December 31st, 2017
counting and fiancial information be ensured? Or Course Objectives: This course is intended to cover
Why accounting and finance are the key elements for the following topics for the students of Class XI, Se-
a business entity? mester 1 specifically, and others interested in general:
3. To understand how accounting operates through 1. Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry
Genrally Accepted Accounting Principles, acounting 2. Structure of Atom
standards and structured rules and procedures, 3. Classification of Elements and Periodicity in prop-
This course will help the aspiring accountants, like erties
you, to strengthen the conceptual base in accounting 4. Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
through variety of e-resources like video lectures, 5. States of Matter
enrichment materials for supplementing textbooks, 6. Thermodynamics
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self assessment inventory and checklist, external we- 7. Equilibrium


blinks and many more activities for smooth progres-
sion and joyful learning. 4
Course Name: NCERT Chemistry 03 (Class 12)
2. Instructor: Dr. Alka Mehrotra
Course Name: NCERT Biology 03 (Class 12) Institute: DESM, NCERT, New Delhi
Instructor: Next Run Start Date: July 1st , 2017
1. Dr. C.V. Shimray Next Run End Date: December 31st, 2017
2. Dr. Yash Paul Sharma Course Objectives: This course is intended to cover
3. Dr. K. Sridevi the following topics for the students of Class XII, Se-
Institute: DESM, NCERT, New Delhi mester 1 specifically, and others interested in general:
CIET, NCERT, New Delhi 1. The Solid State
Next Run Start Date: July 1st , 2017 2. Solutions
Next Run End Date: December 31st, 2017 3. Electrochemistry
Course Objectives: Biology in essence is the story of 4. Chemical Kinetics
life on earth. While individual organisms die with- 5. Surface Chemistry
out fail, species continue to live through millions of 6. General Principles and Processes of Isolation of
years unless threatened by natural or anthropogenic Elements
extinction. Reproduction becomes a vital process 7. The I-Block Elements
without which species cannot survive for long. Each 8. The d- and f- Block Elements
individual leaves its progeny by asexual or sexual 9. Coordination Compounds
means. Sexual mode of reproduction enables cre-
ation of new variants, so that survival advantage is 5
enhanced. Course Name: NCERT Geography 01 (Class 11)
This course is intended to develop understanding Instructor: 1. Dr. Aparna Pandey
about: 2. Dr. Archana
1. The process of Reproduction in Organisms includ- Institute: DESS, NCERT, New Delhi
ing Humans. CIET, NCERT, New Delhi
2. Problem associated with reproductive health. Next Run Start Date: July 1st , 2017
3. Principles of Inheritance and Variation. Next Run End Date: December 31st, 2017
4. Molecular Basis of Inheritance. Course Objectives: This course is intended to ac-

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quaint the students with the knowledge about: 7
• Geography as a Discipline and basic principles of Course Name: NCERT Physics 03 (Class 12)
geography Instructor: Ms. Anuradha Mathur
• Origin and Evolution of the Earth Institute: (Retd.) Modern School, Vasant Vihar, New
• Landforms and their evolution Delhi
• Climate Next Run Start Date: July 1st , 2017
• Submarine relief, Movement of ocean water Next Run End Date: December 31st, 2017
• Biosphere Course Objectives:
This is a beginner’s course to develop an appreciation
5 and conceptual understanding of basic Physics deal-
Course Name: NCERT Geography 03 (Class 12) ing with Electricity and Magnetism.
Instructor: Dr. Tannu Malik After going through this course the learner will be
Institute: DESS, NCERT, New Delhi able to:
Next Run Start Date: July 1st , 2017 1. Appreciate the need to learn and recognize station-
Next Run End Date: December 31st, 2017 ary and moving charges.
Course Objectives: 2. Visualize drift velocity and resistance offered by a
This course is intended to develop understanding in conductor
the following areas: 3. Learn about capacitors and their ability to store
• Nature and Scope of Human Geography charge
• People of the World 4. Develop an understanding of electrical and mag-
• Human Activities netic field around stationary and moving charges.
• Transport, Communication and Trade 5. Learn Coulomb’s law, Biot Savart’s law and rec-

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• Human Settlements ognise the application of Gauss’s law and Ampere’s
circuital law to find electrostatic and magnetic field
6 strengths at a location.
Course Name: NCERT Physics 01 (Class 11) 6. Understand the purpose of a cyclotron, its con-
Instructor: Ms. Anuradha Mathur struction and its principle of working
Institute: (Retd.) Modern School, Vasant Vihar, New 7. Know the phenomenon of Electromagnetic Induc-
Delhi tion, Faraday’s law and Lenz’s law
Next Run Start Date: July 1st , 2017 8. Reason out the working of an AC generator and
Next Run End Date: December 31st, 2017 depict the same mathematically and graphically
Course Objectives: 9. Apply the above knowledge to understand alter-
This is a beginner’s course to develop an appreciation nating curr
and conceptual understanding of basic physics. After
going through this course the learner will be able to: 8
1. Appreciate the need to learn and recognize the Course Name: NCERT Physics 03 (Class 12)
physical world. Instructor: Ms. Anuradha Mathur
2. Assign units and methods to measure varied phys- Institute: (Retd.) Modern School, Vasant Vihar, New
ical quantities around us Delhi
3. Learn dimensional analysis and apply it Next Run Start Date: July 1st , 2017
4. Understand Kinematics of moving objects in a Next Run End Date: December 31st, 2017
straight line and in a plane Course Objectives:
5. Distinguish between kinematics of rigid objects This is a beginner’s course to develop an appreciation
moving in a straight line or a plane and rotation and conceptual understanding of basic Physics deal-
6. Reason out the dynamics of moving objects in a ing with Electricity and Magnetism.
straight line or a plane and rotation After going through this course the learner will be
7. Apply the above knowledge to understand me- able to:
chanical work, rate of doing work and energy of 1. Appreciate the need to learn and recognize station-
moving systems for useful purposes. ary and moving charges.
8. Use ideas of kinematics and dynamics to under- 2. Visualize drift velocity and resistance offered by a
stand gravitation. conductor
3. Learn about capacitors and their ability to store
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4. Develop an understanding of electrical and mag-
netic field around stationary and moving charges.
5. Learn Coulomb’s law, Biot Savart’s law and rec-
ognise the application of Gauss’s law and Ampere’s
circuital law to find electrostatic and magnetic field
strengths at a location.
6. Understand the purpose of a cyclotron, its con-
struction and its principle of working
7. Know the phenomenon of Electromagnetic Induc-
tion, Faraday’s law and Lenz’s law
8. Reason out the working of an AC generator and
depict the same mathematically and graphically
9. Apply the above knowledge to understand alter-
nating current circuits with capacitors, inductors and
resistances
10. Use ideasof electromagnetism to understand elec-
tromagnetic waves.

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Course Name: Hindi Course Name: Mathematics
Instructor: Dr. Monika Kadayan, NIOS Instructor:Dr. Rajendra Kumar Nayak, NIOS
Institute: NIOS Institute: NIOS
Next Run Start Date: 1 July 2017 to 31 Dec. 2017 Next Run Start Date: 1 July 2017 to 31 Dec. 2017
Course Objectives: Hkkjrh; lH;rk vkSj laL—fr ds çfr Course Objectives:
lEeku vkSjxkSjo dh Hkkouk dk fodkl djldsaxs After completing this course, learner will be able to:
fofHkUu fo”k;ksa]lanHkksaZ vkSj çlaxksa ij Lora=k :i ls fparu&euu • describe basic concepts, facts, principles, terms,
dj ldsaxs rFkk ekSfyd :i lsviuh ckr çLrqr dj ldsaxsA symbols and processes of Mathematics
fganh esa Lora=k :i ls vius Hkkoksa rFkk fopkjksa dks ekSf[kd rFkk • convert the word problems in to the mathematical
fyf[kr :iesa vfHkO;ä dj ldsaxsA forms and solve them;
• explain different ways of processing the given data
2 and help them in arriving at conclusions;
Course Name: English • express the skills of quantification of experiences
Instructor: Dr. Soumya Rajan, NIOS around them and make linkage with their life;
Institute: NIOS • solve wide variety of mathematical problems in
Next Run Start Date:1 July 2017 to 31 Dec. 2017 daily life and reflect in different context of learning;
Course Objectives: Broad Objectives:- • relate mathematical knowledge and skills to solve
At the end of the secondary course in English the variety problems and develop positive attitude to-
learner will be able to: wards Mathematics and its application;
• Listen to and understand short texts prescribed • interpret tabular/graphical representation of the
in the course book and react to the theme, structure quantitative data ; and
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and content. • articulate logically and use the quantitative data to


• Listen and react to authentic material drawn from find many results;
real life ‘listening’ situations.
SPEAKING SKILLS:- 5
Broad objectives :- Course Name: Social Science
The learner will be able to: Instructor: Dr. Azmat Nuri, NIOS
• repeat after a model. Institute: NIOS
• use English in familiar life situations. Next Run Start Date: 1 July 2017 to 31 Dec. 2017
Course Objectives: After completing this course, the
3 learner will be able to:
Course Name: Sanskrit • recall struggles and experiences of our previous
Instructor: Dr. R. N. Meena, NIOS generations;
Institute: NIOS • explain the need to judiciously use the country’s
Next Run Start Date: 1 July 2017 to 31 Dec. 2017 resources and conserve them;
Course Objectives: • establish that India as a functioning democracy is
vfLeu~ Lrjs laL—rHkk”kk;k: f’k{k.kL; fuEufyf[krkfu mís’;kfu inspired by the values enshrined in our constitution;
lfUr :– and
lkekU;&mís’;kfu • interpret various socio-political problems in con-
ek/;fedLrjs laL—riBuL; ikBuL; p v/kksfyf[krkfu temporary India.
lkekU;&mís’;kfu lfUr :&
laL—rHkk”kk;k: lkekU;Kkuo/kZua Hkfo”;fr ;su laL—rL; 6
ljyku va’kku~ ifBRok Nk=k: rs”kke~ va’kkuke~ vFkkZu~ KkL;fUrA rs Course Name: Economics
Lor% ekSf[kdha fyf[krka p vfHkO;fäa drqaZ ‘k{;afr;& Instructor: Miss Siba Saraswathy, NIOS
laL—rlkfgR;R;e~ çfr Nk=s”kq vfHk#ps: o/kZuE;& Institute: NIOS
laL—rlkfgR;L; çeq[kfo/kkuka ¼x|i|ukVdkfnukE½ çfr- Next Run Start Date: 1 July 2017 to 31 Dec. 2017
fuf/k&jpukuka KkuE;& Course Objectives: After completing this course, the
Nk=ks”kq jkf”Vª;lkaL—frdlkekftduSfr&d–ewY;kuke~ fod- learner will be able to:
kl: ; ,soe p • explain how societies, businesses, governments,
foKkuçkS|ksfxdh{ks=s çkphuHkkjrh;euhf”kuka ekSfydkaos”k. households and individuals can allocate their scarce
kfparufof’k”V;ksxnkuS-:: Nk=k Nk=k.kka ifjp;:A resources;
• explain production and distribution of goods and

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services; • develop bank reconciliation statement;
• explain the meaning and functions of money, • post the transactions from journal and other sub-
banks and insurance; sidiary books to ledger and prepare the trial balance;
• discuss the challenges and sectoral aspects of Indi- • identify the accounting errors and to learn their
an economy; rectification;
• describe in detail India’s position in the world and
with its neighbours; 9
• list various consumer rights and responsibilities. Course Name: Home Science
Instructor: Dr. Anjana Agarwal, NIOS
7 Institute: NIOS
Course Name: Bussiness Studies Next Run Start Date: 1 July 2017 to 31 Dec. 2017
Instructor: Miss Siba Saraswathy, NIOS Course Objectives:
Institute: NIOS After completing this course, the learners will be able
Next Run Start Date: 1 July 2017 to 31 Dec. 2017 to:
Course Objectives: After completing this course, the • recognize their own strengths and weaknesses and
learner will be able to: work on them to achieve their maximum potential;
• understand the nature and scope of business activi- • put into practice decision making and problem
ties and social responsibilities of business; solving skills to make informed choices;
• classify the business activities into industry and • Learn the milestones of growth and development
commerce and decide the form of business organiza- and develop sensitivity for each member of the fami-
tion for the same; ly in different life stages;
• list the need and importance of various aids to • develop lifelong ability to absorb knowledge and

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trade like warehousing, transport, communication, apply it effectively to meet the challenges to ever
postal, banking, insurance etc. changing life while focusing on adolescent issues;
• describe the new developments in the business • become aware of the national issues and challenges
world like e-banking, B.P.O., K.P.O. services etc. and identify one’s own role in overcoming them.
• explain the channels of distribution and various
types of retail trade. 10
• discuss the need and importance of advertising, Course Name: Psychology
sales promotion and personal selling; Instructor: Mr. Vivek Singh, NIOS
• recall the need and importance of consumer pro- Institute: NIOS
tection and redressal of consumer grievances. Next Run Start Date: 1 July 2017 to 31 Dec. 2017
• discuss the importance of self employment and Course Objectives: Objectives:-
competencies required to pursue a career; and After completing this course, the learner will be able
• develop the skill of doing the project work using to:
the case study approach. • explain the basic concepts of psychology and their
application;
8 • relate oneself positively to family, neighbourhood
Course Name: Accountancy and society;
Instructor:Miss Siba Saraswathy, NIOS • behave responsibly and in a value based manner;
Institute: NIOS • learn to live a purposeful life of health and happi-
Next Run Start Date:1 July 2017 to 31 Dec. 2017 ness.
Course Objectives : After completing this course, the
learner will be able to : 11
• understand the meaning, objectives, advantages, Course Name: Indian Culture and Heritage
basic concepts and conventions of Accountancy; Instructor: Dr. Azmat Nuri, NIOS
• develop the skill of preparing the accounting equa- Institute: NIOS
tion; Next Run Start Date: 1 July 2017 to 31 Dec. 2017
• classify the accounts into different categories, un- Course Objectives:After completing this course, the
derstand the rules of debit and credit and develop the learner will be able to:
skill of preparing accounting vouchers; • explain various aspects of the culture and heritage
• prepare the various books of accounts like journal, of India;
cash book, other subsidiary books and ledger; • identify contributions of our ancestors in the areas

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of religion, philosophy, science, arts, education, lan- • enumerate the various facets of science and the
guages and literature; role it plays in human welfare;
• demonstrate underlying unity amidst diversity in • develop scientific attitude so that reasoning wins
all aspects of India’s culture; over blind faith and opinions;
• trace the impact of Indian culture in different • formulate simple hypothesis, verify them and apply
countries of the world; in their daily life activities;
• relate to the composite nature of Indian culture • cultivate an interest in science and technology and
and be encouraged to pursue it as a career.
• develop a feeling of love and a sense of belonging
towards the nation

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Course Name: Painting
Instructor: Miss Sanchita Bhatacharya, NIOS
Institute: NIOS
Next Run Start Date: 1 July 2017 to 31 Dec. 2017
Course Objectives: After completing this course, the
learner will be able to:
• explain the visual ideas;
• differentiate between the space division and expres-
sive value of the line;
• distinguish the various styles of art and their salient
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features;.
• work with harmony and contrast of color;
• draw and illustrate with various materials such as
pencils, pastels, water and oil colors, ink etc;
• explain the visual aspects of composition, rhythm,
texture and tonal gradation.

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Course Name: Data Entry operation
Instructor: Miss Radhika B, NIOS.
Institute: NIOS
Next Run Start Date: 1 July 2017 to 31 Dec. 2017
Course Objectives: After completing this course, the
learner will be able to:
• define basic components of computer system;
• explain the features of Operating System;
• develop the skills of creating, printing and format-
ting the documents;
• handle different features of Spreadsheet;
• format spreadsheet and insert charts;
• create PowerPoint presentations.

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Course Name: Science and Technology
Instructor: Dr.Sangmitra Suryapani, NIOS
Institute: NIOS
Next Run Start Date: 1 July 2017 to 31 Dec. 2017
Course Objectives:
After completing this course, the learner will be able
to:
• explain the science behind natural phenomena;

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