SWAYAM for post-graduate college students : Complete Course Details

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The MHRD’s initiative, SWAYAM, is a platform providing the opportunity for self-actualisation providing ways for a life-long learning, putting forth virtually every course that is taught at the university/college/school level and these shall be offered by best of the teachers in India and elsewhere.

The courses provided are highly interactive, prepared by the best of teachers from all over the nation and are available, free of cost to the residents in India. The initiative aims to make the arms of education reach out to even the most remote areas pan India.

Post-graduate courses available

SWAYAM is offering a wide range of courses to eligible learners for post-graduation. Based on the University where the learner has taken admission SWAYAM will provide the flexibility of Choice Based Credit Transfer System (CBCS) for the course enrolled. Completion of courses and earning of all credits through SWAYAM will provide the learner with a Post-Graduation Degree from the university that the learner belongs to. After successfully completing a post-graduation degree a learner can take admission into another post-graduation program or go for research on a subject of their choice.

  • Accounting (2)

    There are two courses available in the category- Accounting for Managerial Decisions and Introduction to Accounting – 1.

    Accounting for Managerial Decisions–  This course contains a set of practices and techniques aimed at providing potential managers with knowledge, to help them in learning how to make decisions and maintain effective control over corporate resources.  The course teaches various Managerial accounting procedures that are intended primarily to supply knowledge to the future decision maker of an organization. The students must understand that Managerial accountants are an important part of any profitable organization.

    Introduction to Accounting – 1– This accounting course will give you an overview of business organizations and describes the role accounting plays in managing them. You’ll learn about the effect of common business transactions on financial statements, how to apply the double-entry system for processing transactions and the principles of measuring performance and the related mechanics. At the end of this course, you will know how to prepare financial statements

  • Banking (1)

    The course provided under this category is Money and Banking. This paper is designed to acquaint the students about the concept of Money, and the theories of money supply and money demand determination in an economy. It analyses then, how interest rates are determined, and how do they factor in maturity, risk and uncertainty of different assets leading to the Heterogeneity of interest rates and many related topics are being held by the course.

  • Economics (5)

    The category imparts 5 courses- Basic MacroeconomicsFundamentals of Microeconomic TheoryInternational EconomicsInternational Business and Macroeconomics Analysis and Policies.

    Basic Macroeconomics– This course entitled “Basic Macroeconomics” has been designed in a very systematic and logical manner for self-learning of a virtual learner. This course shall be presented through a variety of multimedia enriched e-content, activities and assessments so that you are able to understand various topics very well.

    Fundamentals of Microeconomic Theory– The entire course shall be delivered in 15 weeks including two weeks for Revision and Assessment. In the weeks 1-7 and 9-14, you shall be provided with self-learning e-content including videos, e-text, activities and weekly quizzes. You must attempt all these quizzes.  In the 8th and 15th weeks, you are supposed to revise what you have learnt till then and you shall be given assignments and quizzes. Grades obtained in these shall be counted in the final grading.

    International Economics– The concept and measurement of terms of trade are introduced in both partial and general equilibrium. In international trade one country’s economic policies usually affects other countries as well. In this special emphasis is given on what should be nation’s trade policy. Both free trade and protective trade policies are also explained with some discussion on optimum tariff and tariff barriers. Much other related knowledge regarding the topic shall be imparted during the feat of the course.

    International Business– This course on ‘International Business’ aims to equip the students with the essential knowledge related to trade and investment activities across national borders. While international business activity has been taking place for a long time, its scope and importance have grown tremendously over the past two to three decades.

    Macroeconomics Analysis and Policies– The course is planned thoroughly to impart knowledge in regard of policies in the context of Macroeconomics with the objective to give rise to able analytical economists.

  • Finance (1)

    The course covered by this category is International Financial Management.  This course entitled “International Financial Management” has been designed in a very systematic and logical manner for self-learning of a virtual learner. This course shall be presented through a variety of multimedia enriched e-content, activities and assessments so that you are able to understand various topics very well.

  • Management (1)

    The course provided under this category is Educational Administration, Management and Leadership in School Educat. This is 15- week course which will deal with various aspects of ‘Educational Administration, Management and leadership in School Education’. Every week the course will deliver various modules to study. Each module will be having 5 sections or quadrants which will be eText (to provide a standard text material to supplement studies), eTutorial (which will comprise of a video to facilitate better understanding of the text), Learn More (which will have useful weblinks, References, Bibliography, suggested further readings, etc to provide further help), Self-assessment questions (to enable monitoring the progress of the learners), and a transcription of the video which will be in sync with it for ruling out any confusion occurred during the video presentation).

  • Aerospace (1)

    The course imparted under this category is Aircraft Stability and Control. This course is designed to understand stability and control aspects of an airplane. This course will also help in creating a background to design an airplane from stability and control aspects. The course holds value at NAL Bangalore, ARDE Pune, ADE Bangalore and ADA Bangalore.

  • Bioengineering (2)

    There are two courses imparted from this category- Mass spectrometry based proteomics and Proteins and Gel-Based Proteomics.

    Mass spectrometry based proteomics– In this module, we will discuss the basics of mass spectrometry, sample preparations, liquid chromatography, hybrid mass spectrometers and quantitative proteomics techniques such as iTRAQ, SILAC and TMT using mass spectrometry. The course will also provide the basic knowledge about sample preparation, mass spectrometry workflow, different chromatography technologies and quantitative proteomics.

    Proteins and Gel-Based Proteomics– This course introduces to the basic biology of proteins and gel-based proteomics. To obtain better understanding of cellular processes & regulation, there has been an increasing interest in studying proteomics. Proteomics techniques aim to look into the protein properties from a global perspective, i.e., not undertaking one protein at a time, but an entire set of proteins in the milieu. These proteomic techniques typically aim to elucidate the expression, interaction, and cellular function of proteins.

  • Chemical (2)

    Two courses are offered from this category- Introduction to process modeling in membrane separation process and Foundation of Computational Fluid Dynamics.

    Introduction to process modelling in membrane separation process– Separation processes are integral unit operation in most of the modern chemical, pharmaceutical and other process plants. Among the separation processes, some are standard and conventional processes, like, distillation, absorption, adsorption, etc. These processes are quite common and the relevant technologies are well developed and well studied. On the other hand, newer separation processes, like, membrane based techniques are gaining importance in modern days plants. The present course is designed to understand the basic process modelling in this novel separation technique.

    Foundation of Computational Fluid Dynamics– This is an introductory course in CFD. In this course, students will be exposed to basics of CFD. Students will gain knowledge on FD/ FV strategy, formulation of the problem and solution techniques. Students at the end of the course will get to experience a simple and sample working CFD code and thus develop confidence.

  • Civil (5)

    Five courses are imparted through this category- Dynamics of Ocean StructuresModern Construction materials, Geosynthetics and Reinforced Soil StructuresGeology and Soil Mechanics and Sustainable River Basin Management.

    Dynamics of Ocean Structures– The course will give a brief overview of different types of ocean structures that are deployed in the sea for exploiting oil, gas and minerals. While fundamentals of structural dynamics are discussed, detailed mathematical modelling of ocean structures and their dynamic analysis under waves, wind and current are highlighted with special emphasis to fluid-structure interaction.

    Modern Construction materials– The aim of the course is to provide the scientific basis for the understanding and development of construction materials. It serves as a foundation course for post-graduate students interested in careers involving research, teaching and/or construction engineering, as well as marketing, decision making, innovation and specification related to construction materials.

    Geosynthetics and Reinforced Soil Structures– This course will deal with the geosynthetics as construction materials in civil engineering projects. It will introduce the concept of geosynthetics, their manufacture and their behaviour and their applications in different civil engineering designs. The support for the course will be in the form of pre-recorded videos, power point slides and supplementary reading materials given every week.

    Geology and Soil Mechanics– The course prepares the student to be able to make the effective learning of basic soil mechanics. The course should have the pre-requisite of mechanics of solids/strength of materials course. Aspirants must have these pre-requisites to join the course- Mechanics of solids/Strength of materials.

    Sustainable River Basin Management– This course links engineering sciences with social and economic sciences under the frame of sustainability with a focus on water resources management at river basin level. It will deliver the following themes: Concept of sustainability; Hydrological and nutrient cycles; Social, ecological and economic factors influencing water resources etc.

  • Computer Science (4)

    Four courses imparted through this category are- Artificial Intelligence: Search Methods for Problem Solving, Artificial Intelligence: Knowledge Representation and ReasoningIntroduction to Machine Learning and Model Checking.

    Artificial Intelligence: Search Methods for Problem Solving– For an autonomous agent to behave in an intelligent manner it must be able to solve problems. This means it should be able to arrive at decisions that transform a given situation into a desired or goal situation. The agent should be able to imagine the consequence of its decisions to be able to identify the ones that work. In this first course on AI we study a wide variety of search methods that agents can employ for problem-solving.

    Artificial Intelligence: Knowledge Representation and Reasoning– An intelligent agent needs to be able to solve problems in its world. The ability to create representations of the domain of interest and reason with these representations is a key to intelligence. In this course, we explore a variety of representation formalisms and the associated algorithms for reasoning.

    Introduction to Machine Learning– With the increased availability of data from varied sources there has been increasing attention paid to the various data driven disciplines such as analytics and machine learning. In this course, we intend to introduce some of the basic concepts of machine learning from a mathematically well-motivated perspective.

    Model Checking– Model checking is a field of research that addresses this challenge by making use of mathematical models in the design and verification of controllers. The main idea is to look at the system as a mathematical model – commonly used models are extensions of finite-state machines. Design requirements on the controller then get translated to suitable questions on these mathematical models.The goal of this course is to understand some of the techniques and tools used in the process of model-checking.

  • Electrical (2)

    There are two courses covered by this category- Introduction to Nonlinear Dynamics and Design and Simulation of DC-DC converters using open source tools.

    Introduction to Nonlinear Dynamics– This course is an introduction to nonlinear dynamics.  The style of the lectures will be friendly: we will focus on geometric intuition and examples, rather than on rigorous proofs and abstract algebra. Also, the concepts will be illustrated by application to science and engineering. The theory will be developed systematically. We will cover 1 and 2 dimensional flows, with a focus on stability and bifurcations.

    Design and Simulation of DC-DC converters using open source tools– This is a design oriented course. There are many dc-dc converter topologies that are used in power supplies. This course emphasises learning and understanding converter topologies through the aid of open sources tools like octave, gEDA and ngSpice. The course starts with a discussion on rectifier circuits and leads on upto multi-output dc-dc converters.

  • Electronics (5)

    The category holds 23 courses

    Probability and Random Variables/Processes for Wireless Communications
    Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO (or) OFDM Cellular and Sen
    Error control coding: An introduction to linear block code
    Error Control Coding: An Introduction to Convolutional Codes
    Foundations of Wavelets and Multirate Digital Signal ProcessingFoundat
    Aircraft Design
    Introduction to evolutionary dynamics
    Phase equilibrium thermodynamics
    Transport phenomena
    Advanced Mathematical Methods for Chemistry
    Mechanics of Solids
    Software testing
    Measure theory
    Constrained and unconstrained optimization
    Micro and nano scale energy transport
    Sustainability through Green Manufacturing Systems: An Applied Approac
    Acoustic and Noise Control
    Mathematical methods in Physics-I
    Satellite communication
    Regression analysis
    Introduction to Research
    Quantum Information and Computing
    Pericyclic Reactions and Organic Photochemistry

  • General (93)

    The category has produced 93 courses

    Computational Science And Engineering Using Python
    Visual Semiotics For Visual Communication
    Surface Engineering Of Nanomaterials
    Functional Genomics
    Defects In Materials
    Introduction To Dynamical Models In Biology
    Introduction To Biostatistics
    Principles Of Casting Technology
    Transport Processes I: Heat And Mass Transfer
    Modelling And Simulation Of Dynamic Systems
    Joining Technologies for metals
    Compliant Mechanisms: Principles And Design
    Waste To Energy Conversion
    Quantum Computing
    Life Cycle Assessment
    Internetwork Security
    Introduction To Commutative Algebra
    Linear Algebra
    Consumer Behaviour
    Financial Statement Analysis And Reporting
    Ai:Constraint Satisfaction
    Project Management
    Postcolonial Literature
    Spread Spectrum Communications And Jamming
    An Introduction To Coding Theory
    Introduction To Modern Western Art: Movements and Artists
    Product design and development
    Principles Of Vibration Control
    Supply Chain Analytics
    Systems Engineering: Theory and Practice
    Mathematics For Chemistry
    Hydration, Porosity And Strength Of Cementitious Materials
    Introduction to Remote Sensing
    Medical Image Analysis
    Stochastic Processes
    Principles and Applications of NMR Spectroscopy
    Variational Methods in Mechanics
    Biomaterials for bone tissue engineering applications
    Organo Metallic Chemistry
    Computational Electromagnetics and Applications
    Phase field modelling: the materials science, mathematics and computat
    Engineering Thermodynamics
    Quantum Information and Computing
    Introduction to crystal elasticity and crystal plasticity
    Advanced Machining Processes
    Digital Human Modeling and Simulation for Virtual Ergonomics Evaluatio
    Marketing Management – II
    Manufacturing Process Technology – II
    Chemical Applications of Symmetry and Group Theory
    Theory of Computation
    Aircraft Dynamic Stability and Design Stability Augmentation System
    Modern Algebra
    Basic Building Blocks of Microwave Engineering
    Probability and Stochastic for Finance II
    Developing Soft Skills and Personality
    Curves and Surfaces
    Nature and Property of Materials
    Fundamentals of Material Processing – I
    Heat Treatment and Surface Hardening – I
    Understanding Design Thinking and People Centred Design
    Soft Nano Technology
    Software Testing
    Programming in C plus plus
    Introduction to Machine Learning
    Complex Network : Theory and Application
    Satellite Communication Systems
    Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication
    Audio System Engineering
    Discrete Time Signal Processing
    Soft Skill Development
    Symbolic Logic
    Introduction on Intellectual Property to Engineers and Technologists
    Globalization and Culture
    Commodity Derivatives and Risk Management
    Fluid Machines
    Algorithms for Big Data
    Fluid Dynamics and Turbomachines
    Theory and Practice of Non Destructive Testing
    Two phase flow and heat transfer
    Introduction to Operating Systems
    Refrigeration and air-conditioning
    Engineering Economic Analysis
    Adiabatic Two-Phase Flow and Flow Boiling in Microchannel
    Principles and Applications of Building Science
    Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
    GPS SURVEYING
    Time value of money-Concepts and Calculations
    Mechanical Operations
    Privacy and Security in Online Social Networks
    Mobile Computing
    Structural Dynamics
    Computer numerical control of machine tools and processes
    Stress Management

  • Mechanical (5)

    The category offers five courses- Experimental Stress Analysis – An Overview, BioMEMS and MicrofluidicsIntroduction to boundary layers,Computational Fluid Dynamics and Conduction and Convection Heat Transfer.

    Experimental Stress Analysis – An Overview-Experimental methods exploit a particular physical phenomenon to make measurements and hence only certain information that can be recorded by an experimental technique. The course introduces the physical principle used by various experimental techniques and also provides a guideline to select an experimental technique for a given application.

    BioMEMS and Microfluidics– This course would be relevant for mechanical engineering manufacturing science/ fluidic streams graduate students and some senior undergraduate students. The interdisciplinary nature of the course would also be able to attract students from various disciplines like biosciences/ bioengineering, chemical engineering and environmental engineering.

    Introduction to boundary layers– This course introduces the concept of a boundary layer and the physical concepts of boundary layer thickness ( δ ), displacement thickness ( δ * ), momentum thickness ( θ ) and friction drag. It derives Prandtl’s Boundary Layer Equations for laminar boundary layers from the basic Navier-Stokes equations and discusses their exact solutions. It discusses how a laminar boundary layer transitions to turbulence and separates.

    Computational Fluid Dynamics– The course deals with the numerical solution of equations governing fluid flow and would be of interest to engineers and scientists—both aspiring and professional—with chemical/ mechanical/ civil/ aerospace engineering applications. In all these fields, one needs to deal extensively with fluid flow related phenomena and one needs to resolve flow-related features of the processes and equipment.

    Conduction and Convection Heat Transfer– This is an introductory course in conduction and convection heat transfer. The subject heat transfer has a wide scope and is of prime importance in almost all fields of engineering and biological systems. The course emphasizes the underlying concepts of the conduction and convection modes of heat transfer and enumerates the laws and governing equations relating to the rates of heat transfer, based on derivation from fundamentals.

  • Metallurgy (2)

    There are two course in this category- Phase Diagrams in Materials Science and Engineering and Analysis and Modeling of Welding.

    Phase Diagrams in Materials Science and Engineering– Phase diagrams are important for materials science and engineering applications encompassing from structural materials to functional materials, including electronic, magnetic applications. The course is intended to make the students and research familiarize with binary and ternary phase diagrams and microstructure of different materials.

    Analysis and Modeling of Welding– With newer and dissimilar combinations required to be joined as the technological advances take place in the area of manufacturing, it is important for practicing engineers, graduate students and prospective researchers to understand welding to take advantage of the developments taking place. This course offers detailed analysis and modeling techniques that apply to the different physical phenomena that take place during welding.

  • Ocean (2)

    There are two courses covered in this category- Risk and Reliability of offshore structures and HSE for offshore and petroleum engineers – Practices.

    Risk and Reliability of offshore structures– A hallmark of professionalism is to quantify the risks and benefits involved. The present course aims to introduce the basics of the structural reliability analysis procedures. The Registrants would benefit from the course by learning the basics of reliability-based design and principles underlying code calibration, which would provide the groundwork to embark upon research in this field. Key focus will be on safety and reliability issues of offshore facilities during analysis and design, inspection and planning.

    HSE for offshore and petroleum engineers – Practices– The course will give an overview of the safety and environmental issues in the petroleum industry. It will provide detailed understanding of the methods and techniques to resolve these key issues for making petroleum production and processing, cleaner and safer. This course would educate the participants to identify and assess hazards in any stage of operation, to quantify and manage them as well.

  • Research (2)

    The category contains two courses- Introduction to Research and Health research fundamentals.

    Introduction to Research– The intent of the course is to make students aware of the details associated with formal research and to help students overcome common misconceptions that may be present in their minds. By going through this course, students are likely to be able to take up research activities in a more systematic and formal manner right from the beginning.

    Health research fundamentals– The team at this course  expect this course to be useful for individuals interested in pursuing health research in the roles of study investigators, clinical/public health researchers (physicians, counselors, research associates, social scientists, nurses, pharmacists, technicians, data and quality managers etc.), scientists, ethics committee members and project managers.

  • Administration (1)

    The category offers the course Introduction to Public Administration. Public Administration is a gateway to understand government structures and processes of its working. This course covers the approaches to the study of Public Administration as a discipline, principles of administration and also take note of the political and economic changes in the society impacting upon the administrative structures and procedures. The course is framed to provide an opportunity to understand how individual and societal needs and aspirations are being fulfilled.

  • Archeology (1)

    The category provides Vedic language and literature as a course. The course educates students on the teachings of the four Vedas – Rig-Veda, Sama-Veda, Yajur-Veda and Atharva-Veda. The course also imparts literature of the then age. There are 38 tutorials on the subject.

  • Psychology (8)

    The category offers 8 courses- Quantitative MethodsCognitive ScienceApplied PsychometricsCross Cultural PsychologySocial PsychologyCounselling PsychologyNeuropsychology and Clinical Psychology.

    Quantitative Methods– This course has been developed for the students seeking in-depth understanding of the basic concepts to create a critical understanding of quantitative techniques. This course gives an overview of understanding the nature of the data distribution and to learn the usefulness of different methods to analyse psychological data. It shall cover detailed study of Nature of data, Testing the normality, parametric and nonparametric inferential statistics.

    Cognitive Science– This course has been developed for the student seeking in-depth understanding of the concepts of cognitive psychology. This course gives an overview about foundation cognitive psychology. The domain of cognitive psychology, cognitive neursoscience, nervous system, memory, classical conditioning, operant conditioning, leaning models of memory, perception, attention, decision making, problem solving, intelligence, theories of intelligence, language are the primary topics of this course. We shall be covering all this in detail with respective theories and examples.

    Applied Psychometrics– This course has been developed for the students seeking in-depth understanding of the basic concepts of measurement issues and techniques in psychological inquiry. This course gives an overview about the core concept of Psychometry, psychological testing, its application of assessment and measurement, additional concepts related to psychometrics and factor analysis.

    Cross Cultural Psychology– This course has been developed for the students seeking in-depth understanding of the basic concepts of cross cultural psychology. This course gives an overview of cultural behaviour, methodology of cross cultural psychology, culture and cognition, culture and emotion, culture and organization, culture and health, culture and social behaviours, culture change and adaptation and cross cultural  communication.

    Social Psychology– This course has been developed for the students seeking in-depth understanding of the basic concepts provide an understanding of how people’s feel, think, and influence behavior and are in turn influenced by each other This course gives an overview of study and helps us to understand the nature and causes of human behavior in social settings.

    Counselling Psychology– The course shall be focusing on the issues, challenges and future trend of counseling. Goals of counseling, counseling as psychotherapy and a role of counselor would be learnt. The course shall also deal with Perspectives in Practice of Counselling, in which we would focus on  Psychoanalytic Paradigm, Behavioral Paradigm, Humanistic Paradigm, Existential Paradigm, Gestalt Paradigm, Cognitive – behavioral Paradigm (REBT, CBT), Feminist Paradigm.

    Neuropsychology– This course has been developed for the student seeking in depth understanding of the concepts of neuropsychology. The major objective of this course is to cater to knowledge in the area of brain and behavior. The emphasis of this course lies on the study of patients with neurological disorders for assessment, diagnosis, intervention and rehabilitation.

    Clinical Psychology– This course has been developed for the student seeking in-depth understanding of the concepts of clinical psychology. This course gives us an overview of models of psychotherapy. They develop understanding of various models of treatment in psychotherapy. They shall be giving us an introduction about the nature, scope and ethics of clinical psychology.

  • Russian (1)

    The category provides one course- The Russian Federation: The Land and its People. Spread over 36 modules, this course is titled: RUSSIAN FOLKLORE and ANCIENT RUSSIAN LITERATURE and the topics are organised logically to cover all major aspects, required for understanding various TRENDS AND COMPONENTS of RUSSIAN FOLKLORE AND EARLY RUSSIAN LITERATURE. They have been offered especially with a view to developing an analytical approach while dealing with works of Early Russian Literature.

  • Digital library (1)

    The category provides Digital Libraries as a course. The course imparts in-depth knowledge on digital libraries, their characteristics and major components. The course elaborates on technology, processes and steps involved in digitization and digital preservation. It enunciates on applications and services offered by digital library and its relationship with the semantic web. It delves into the process of planning, implementation, marketing, promotion and evaluation of digital libraries. Learners would have insights into various aspects of digital rights and access management and its applications in digital libraries.

  • Business Admin (1)

    Business Environment is the course provided under this category. This course helps to understand the theoretical framework of Business Environment – its concept, significance and changing dimensions. Business Environment needs to be studied by analyzing the macro environmental factors in depth such as economic, political & legal, socio-cultural, technological and international environment.

  • Marketing (4)

    Four course provided under this category are- Introduction to Operations Management – 1Strategy and the Sustainable EnterpriseStatistics for Business – 1 and Innovation and IT Management.

    Introduction to Operations Management – 1– Operations Management helps you to understand the role of OM in a firm and to develop abilities to structure and solve operations related problems. The course will empower you with skills to address important aspects of business operations including capacity, productivity, quality, and supply chain.

    Strategy and the Sustainable Enterprise– This course explores the emerging relationships between sustainability issues and competitive advantage. Building on the basic concepts of strategic management, this course will explore how managers may effectively deal with the sustainability challenges that they now encounter.

    Statistics for Business – 1– Statistics is a versatile discipline that has revolutionized the fields of business, engineering, medicine and pure sciences. This course is ideal for learners who wish to enroll in business programs. The course cover topics in Descriptive Statistics. In this course shall be exploring multiple ways to describe these datasets, numerically as well as visually.

    Innovation and IT Management– Information Technology (IT) changes the manner and scope in which businesses operate and compete. Innovations in IT have led some businesses to flourish, while others have faltered due to massive changes brought by this industry. IT is notoriously hard to manage. The challenge of managing IT is ensuring that the intended changes and innovations are realized, and the unintended ones are kept under control. This course will cover basic concepts of information technology management.

  • Organizational (1)

    The category offers Management Concept and Organizational Behavior as a course. Management Concepts and Organizational Behavior is a generic course which provides insights about managing organizations of different types. This can be studied by all those who have to take managerial decisions and to deal with people. It enables the student to know about different theories of management, evolution of management thought, managerial functions and roles, planning, organizing, directing, staffing, & controlling.

  • Portfolio (1)

    The category provides Security Analysis and Portfolio Management as a course. During the recent financial turmoil, we have experienced a wide ride in the stock markets not only at home but abroad as well. Such volatile markets provide both challenges and opportunities for investors. This course is intended to provide a general overview of capital markets, financial instruments, and investment process. The course emphasizes on the role of modern financial theory in portfolio management. Therefore, a wide range of topics such as, financial markets, trading, security valuation, diversification and asset allocation, modern asset pricing models etc.

  • Services (4)

    There are four courses provided under this category- Management Accounting for Decision MakingIntroduction to InvestmentsCustomer Relationship Management and Strategy and the Sustainable Enterprise.

    Management Accounting for Decision Making– This business and management course will show you how accounting information is relevant to managers, and how it can be processed and analyzed for effective managerial decision-making. By examining accounting information that is extensively used across three key managerial functions of planning, decision-making and controlling, the course equips non-finance managers with basic accounting and finance skills.

    Introduction to Investments– When you complete this course, you will become familiar with the general structure of primary and secondary equity markets from a domestic and international perspective. Beginning with introductory finance notions of risk and return, we examine qualitative concepts such as market efficiency and valuation.

    Customer Relationship Management– Customer Relationship Management, also known as CRM, helps businesses successfully implement strategies, practices and technolgies aimed at winning and retaining customers profitably. The objective of this business and management course is to equip you with a sound foundation of CRM concepts and best practices so you can implement CRM practices successfully for long-term profitability.

    Strategy and the Sustainable Enterprise– Increasing concerns about the state of our planet have catapulted sustainability issues from the corporate backburner to the boardroom. Consequently, corporate sustainability initiatives have flourished, driven by a desire to minimize costs and risks, maximize opportunities and enhance reputation.Building on the basic concepts of strategic management, this course will explore how managers may effectively deal with the sustainability challenges that they now encounter.

  • Strategy (1)

    The category provides one course- Strategic Management. This Course on Strategic Management gives an overview of Strategic Management. The Strategic Management Process, Level at which strategy operates & Strategic Business Unit (SBU) are the introductory topics. The approaches to strategic decision making, the mission, purpose and vision; The objectives, goals and the functional level strategies shall be discussed.

  • Diff. Equations (1)

    The course covered by this category is Partial Differential Equations (PDE) for Engineers: Solution by Separa. Modeling is essential and imperative for understanding dynamics of a large scale process. One can undertake a large number of virtual experiments based on the model equations of a process to optimize the operating conditions and/or design the system efficiently. In most of the practical processes, model equations involve more than one parameters leading to partial differential equations (PDE).

  • Statistics (2)

    The category provides two courses- Applied Multivariate Statistical Modeling and Probability Methods in Civil Engineering.

    Applied Multivariate Statistical Modeling– Data driven decision making is the state of the art today. Engineers today gather huge data and seek meaningful knowledge out of these for interpreting the process behaviour. Scientists do experiments under controlled environment and analyse them to confirm or reject hypotheses.

    Probability Methods in Civil Engineering– Concept of probability and statistics is very important to solve various civil engineering problems. In this course, basic probability concept and different probabilistic models will be discussed. Concept and definition of random variables and different functions of random variables will be covered in the initial part of the course.

  • Biochemistry (1)

    The category provides Bioorganic and Biophysical Chemistry as course. This course entitled Bioorganic and Biophysical Chemistry has been designed in a very systematic and logical manner for self-learning of a virtual learner. This course shall be presented through a variety of multimedia enriched e-content, activities and assessments so that you are able to understand various topics very well.

  • Chemistry (9)

    The category provides 9 categories- Physical Chemistry I(Quantum Chemistry)Organic Chemistry III (Reaction Mechanisms 2)Forensic Chemistry and ExplosivesInorganic Chemistry IIEnvironmental ChemistryOrganic SpectroscopyApplications of Molecular Symmetry and Group theoryApplication of Spectroscopic Methods in Molecular Structure Determinat and Quantum Chemistry.

    Physical Chemistry I(Quantum Chemistry)– This course deals with the applications of Quantum Mechanics to the problems of Chemistry. This course begins with the fundamentals of quantum mechanics including the origin of quantum mechanics.  The Schrödinger quantum mechanics is followed in this course.  The basic operations of quantum mechanics and important terminology are discussed followed by quantum mechanical solutions to particle in a box system, linear harmonic oscillator and rigid rotator.

    Organic Chemistry III (Reaction Mechanisms 2)– This course entitled “Organic Chemistry-III (Reaction Mechanism-II)” has been designed in a very systematic and logical manner for self-learning of a virtual learner. This course shall be presented through a variety of multimedia enriched e-content, activities and assessments so that you are able to understand various topics very well. The entire course shall be delivered in 15 weeks including two weeks for Revision and Assessment.

    Forensic Chemistry and Explosives– This course has been developed for the students seeking in-depth understanding of the concepts related to forensic chemistry & explosives. The course will provide an overview about how chemistry is being applied in the field of forensic investigation, about theory of forensic analysis, various types of evidences found at the scene of crime such as drugs and soil, instrumental techniques required for chemical analysis namely chromatographic and spectroscopic methods.

    Inorganic Chemistry II-This course entitled “Inorganic Chemistry-II (Metal-Ligand Bonding, Electronic Spectra and Magnetic Properties of Transition Metal Complexes)” has been designed in a very systematic and logical manner for self-learning of a virtual learner. This course shall be presented through a variety of multimedia enriched e-content, activities and assessments so that you are able to understand various topics very well. The entire course shall be delivered in 15 weeks including two weeks for Revision and Assessment.

    Environmental Chemistry-This course entitled Environmental Chemistry has been designed in a very systematic and logical manner for self-learning of a virtual learner. This course shall be presented through a variety of multimedia enriched e-content, activities and assessments so that you are able to understand various topics very well. The entire course shall be delivered in 15 weeks including two weeks for Revision and Assessment.

    Organic Spectroscopy– This course entitled Organic Spectroscopy has been designed in a very systematic and logical manner for self-learning of a virtual learner. This course shall be presented through a variety of multimedia enriched e-content, activities and assessments so that you are able to understand various topics very well. The entire course shall be delivered in 15 weeks including two weeks for Revision and Assessment. In the weeks 1-7 and 9-14, you shall be provided with self learning e-content including videos, e-text, activities and weekly quizzes.

    Applications of Molecular Symmetry and Group theory-This course entitled Applications of molecular symmetry and group theory has been designed in a very systematic and logical manner for self-learning of a virtual learner. This course shall be presented through a variety of multimedia enriched e-content, activities and assessments so that you are able to understand various topics very well. The entire course shall be delivered in 15 weeks including two weeks for Revision and Assessment.

    Application of Spectroscopic Methods in Molecular Structure Determinat– Chemists are molecule makers.  Whenever a new molecule is synthesized it is essential to determine its structure using spectroscopic techniques.  This course is all about practical applications of spectroscopic methods for the determination of organic molecules.

    Quantum Chemistry– This course deals with the applications of Quantum Mechanics to the problems of Chemistry. This course begins with the fundamentals of quantum mechanics including the origin of quantum mechanics.  The Schrödinger quantum mechanics is followed in this course.

  • Forensic Science (7)

    There are 7 courses covered under this category- Drugs of AbuseForensic ToxicologyFingerprints and Other ImpressionsForensic BallisticsForensic AnthropologyForensic Biology and Serology and Forensic Medicine.

    Drugs of Abuse– This course has been developed for the students seeking in-depth understanding of the concepts related to drugs of abuse. The course will provide an overview of drug abuse comprising of introduction to drugs and their classification, drug abuse and terminologies related to abuse of drugs.

    Forensic Toxicology– This course has been developed for the students seeking in-depth understanding of the concepts related to forensic toxicology. The initiation of the course will be done by giving an overview of the field of forensic toxicology and also a detailed study on classification of poisons. This will subsequently be followed up by a study on various routes of administration and antidotes.

    Fingerprints and Other Impressions– This course has been developed for the students seeking in-depth understanding of the concepts related to fingerprints and other impressions. The main aim of this course is to provide an insight regarding what are fingerprints, how they are formed on the tip of the fingers, the reason they remain persistent over an individual’s lifetime and are individualistic in nature, about the minutiae characteristics, ridge patterns and the well-known Henry’s ten digit classification system.

    Forensic Ballistics– This course has been developed for the students seeking in-depth understanding of the concepts related to forensic ballistics. The course will first provide an overview to this arena starting with the history of firearms and ammunitions and slowly moving on to the classification of firearm into rifled and smooth bored weapons.

    Forensic Anthropology– This course has been developed for the students seeking in-depth understanding of the concepts related to forensic anthropology. So with this view, this course shall be giving an overview to the field of forensic anthropology and forensic osteology wherein how much scope the field of forensic anthropology has will also be taken up in addition to the introduction regarding forensic osteology and its principle.

    Forensic Biology and Serology– This course has been developed for the students seeking in-depth understanding of the concepts related to forensic biology & serology. This course will give an overview regarding the importance and application of field of biology and serology in forensic investigation and will also emphasize general definitions and concepts in addition with the nature and role of forensic biologist in crime investigation.

    Forensic Medicine– This course has been developed for the students seeking in-depth understanding of the concepts related to forensic medicine. The course will provide an overview to the field of forensic medicine and subsequently with this, forensic odontology will also be taken up in detail. This will be followed by a detailed study on forensic thanatology comprising of the study regarding post-mortem interval and forensic entomology as well.

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