If you are considering IGNOU as an option for your higher studies, this is a good piece of news for you! The human asset advancement (HRD) service has coordinated Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) to restart the online instruction program e-GyanKosh. This system was ceased professedly by Vice Chancellor M Aslam in 2013. Aslam is quickly confronting a test into authoritative anomalies and shutting down of a few projects.
Asking the varsity to "receptive" the eGyanKosh archive, joint secretary in the service SP Goyal has recommended that it might be coordinated with the SAKSHAT program for consistent access of substance with national advanced library and the Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCS).
At the point when suspended, the e-GyanKosh stage was getting on a normal 1000 visits for each day from over the world and by November 2013 had gotten 20 lakh hits. It had more than 3 lakhs dynamic enrolled clients, having free access to the substance.
In August, 2011, IGNOU's leading body of administration set out to change over e-Gyankosh into an open instructive asset which would have gone far towards having a virtual University in the nation.
In any case, as opposed to moving in this course, e-Gyankosh was shut professedly by Aslam in November 2013 on the appearance of having another Intellectual Property Rights approach, sources in the varsity said.
They said the conclusion of e-GyanKosh is likewise a piece of the request founded against Aslam. The shutdown not just prompted a misuse of Rs 20 crore additionally denied the office to lakhs of students especially those in the remote districts of the nation, the outside students of IGNOU and the individuals from the Indian Armed Forces who are seeking after IGNOU programs, they said.
Aslam went on leave in November a year ago after the service set up a council under Gujarat University VC Syed Bari to audit the working of IGNOU and investigate the affirmations against Aslam.