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Impact of Select E-Content Projects Developed by the MHRD

International Journal of Information Studies and Libraries

Volume 6 Issue 2

Published: 2021
Author(s) Name: Rekha Bairwa, Charat Lal Bairwa | Author(s) Affiliation: University Central Library, Mohanlal Sukhadia University, Udaipur, Rajasthan, India.
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Purpose: Measuring the newly created e-content by the UGC to enhance education, and establishing high-quality e-content, with experience in the long-term production of such material are the purposes of this research work. Design/Methodology: For this research, the secondary data of the NPTEL and E-PGP is used to measure the e-content availability for the students. This paper analyses the difference in e-content developed across subject categories and a comparison of e-content developed by NPTEL and E-PGP. Approach: This programme offers financial assistance and professional help for the creation of e-content for teachers and other specialists located at various colleges and universities. The approach of the paper is empirical, with an analysis of the data gathered from secondary sources. Originality/Value: e-content development by two major content development projects (NPTEL and E-PGP) across multiple subject categories and courses are analysed in the research; further, it measures whether sufficient course material is available in all the subjects from the NPTEL and E-PGP. Findings: The results, with ANOVA and chi-square test by SPSS software, revealed significant disparity in the subject and category; further, the E-PGP has more, and significantly high quality e-content.

Keywords: E-Content, NPTEL, E-PGP, No. of Courses, No. of Projects, MHRD, IITs

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