GREENWAY FREE TV - EDUCATION

The Greenway Free TV also delivers 48 full-service education channels including 32 channels under the Ministry of Human Resource Development's Swayam Prabha Programme providing high quality educational content to all teachers, students and citizens across the country.

 

The channels  broadcast programs for school and university students, repeating lessons every 4 hours. Telecasting classroom lectures from top-notch institutions such as the IITs, Swayam Prabha covers all level of education including school education, undergraduate, postgraduate, engineering, out-of-school children, vocational courses and teacher training. To ensure that best quality content is produced and delivered, seven National Coordinators have been appointed: NPTEL for engineering, UGC for post-graduation education, CEC for under-graduate education, NCERT & NIOS for school education, IGNOU for out of the school students and IIMB for management studies.

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After viewing the content, students can clear their doubts through a toll-free helpline number linked with Bhaskaracharya Institute of Space Applications and Geo Informatics (BISAG). These courses can be linked through with online content available on the Swayam website. The courses are available free of cost to the learners, however students wanting certifications shall be registered, with a little fee. At the end of each course, there will be an assessment of the student through proctored examination and the marks/grades secured in this exam could be transferred to the academic record of the students. UGC has already issued the UGC (Credit Framework for online learning courses through SWAYAM) Regulation 2016 advising the Universities to identify courses where credits can be transferred on to the academic record of the students

ARTS                 SCIENCE                 COMMERCE           

 

PERFORMING ARTS                   SOCIAL SCIENCES                   

                             HUMANITIES

 

ENGINEERING         TECHNOLOGY                  LAW            

 

MEDICINE                          AGRICULTURE