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Indo-Afghan Collaboration on digital learning initiative: IIT-Madras to extend support

CHENNAI: The Union ministry of human resource building (MHRD) is all started working with the Afghanistan executive on virtual training tasks. This includes many outstanding programs developed through Indian Institutes of Technology.

A memorandum of figuring out (MoU) was signed at IIT Madras in reference to this on Friday.

This MoU will facilitate use of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) available in SWAYAM Platform through scholars and schools of tutorial institutions in Afghanistan.

Study Webs of Active Learning for Young Aspiring Minds' (SWAYAM), developed through Government of India, was launched in 2017.

According to an respectable liberate, Afghan scholars and teachers will probably be skilled for the use of this platform so that they are able to learn latest era lessons and upskill them in their areas of passion.

Besides this, present lessons developed through Afghan institutions will probably be uploaded within the stated platform and ministry of higher training, Afghanistan, will probably be assisted to increase their own MOOC platform.

Various other Indian amenities such because the National Digital Library of India (NDLI), VIRTUAL LABS, spoken tutorials will also be shared.

Further, Afghan institutions will probably be inspired to participate in robot projects and symposiums held beneath e-Yantra, the discharge added.

Speaking throughout the occasion, R Subrahmanyam, secretary, upper training, MHRD, stated "The historical ties between India and Afghanistan would grow further with this collaboration. This would enrich the lives of young people reach their aspirations.”

M Homayoun Qayoumi, senior advisor to the President of Afghanistan and appearing minister of finance, highlighted the have an effect on of training within the progress of each country and this collaboration would help in offering better training amenities.

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