CSS MOOCS : Introduction

The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) has recently started a scheme for MOOC-compliant e-content creation. MOOC expands as Massive Open Online Course, which refers to the process of course delivery through an online portal open for anyone with an Internet connection. Thousands of students are expected to enroll for such open, online course offerings making them massive.

Under this scheme, course content suitable for offering as a MOOC is to be created. The IITs/IISc have been entrusted with creating course content primarily at the college and university levels for science, engineering and humanities. Material and resources created and maintained through NPTEL are to be leveraged for this purpose. Additionally, new course content is to be created to meet the requirements.

The scheme is to be coordinated and run in a manner similar to the way the NPTEL project has been operating so far with some modifications to suit the creation and delivery of MOOCs. A set of instructions for coordinators, faculty and the MOOCs project administration office are provided after this short summary in annexures.


  1. Proposal submission, review and selection
    • The proposal for creating and running a course is to be submitted by one or more faculty or subject matter experts (SMEs) through a portal. A deadline will be announced for consideration of the proposal.
    • The submitted proposal will be taken up for review by an expert review committee constituted for that purpose.
    • The committee may directly select the proposal or provide feedback and findings to the faculty/SME after review.
    • The faculty/SME will have to incorporate responses to the review comments of the committee before a specified deadline.
    • The expert review committee’s decision will be deemed final for resolving any conflict that may arise. Completed courses and feedback from them will also be made available to the expert review committee for their perusal.
    • A portal for submitting and reviewing course proposals will be created for this purpose. A considerable portion of the review process is expected to be done online on the portal.
  2. Delivery of courses

    The courses are expected to be offered as MOOCs on a suitable portal. The delivery of courses is expected to be as follows:

    • Courses will be aligned to the typical college semester i.e. one set of courses will start in July and another set in January. This helps students to register for the course through their college and benefit from local mentoring.
    • There would be a pre-defined start and end date for the course.
    • The course schedule would be published before the start of the course and will have to be adhered by all SMEs and all the participants.
    • The course will consist of videos and assignments. Supplementary reading material may be provided by the SMEs. Requirement of specific text books will not be allowed (even if they were authored by the SMEs) , however use /suggestion that they may be used as supplements will be permitted.
    • The contents and the videos must be prepared to adhere to the current copyrights policy as well as those that MHRD stipulates from time to time.
    • Active conduct of the course will have to be done by the faculty and TAs by clarifying doubts of the enrolled students through the online discussion forum.
  3. Certification
    • At the end of the open online course, enrolled students have the option of registering for a proctored exam in centres across the country. This exam is to be coordinated by all concerned institutes for financial viability. A nominal charge for covering the cost of the exam is collected from the student at this stage.
    • Students who register for the proctored exam, attend it, and meet eligibility criteria will receive a certificate. The certificate for the course will be from the Institute of the faculty/SME offering the course.
      1. The course will have to be registered with the respective CCE (Centre for Continuing Education) of that institute (the IITs / IISc) under an online course delivery model IIT Madras has examples that can be provided.
      2. The process of the respective CCE and the institute will have to be followed with respect to overheads and certificate signatories.
    • The physical certificates will be printed, laminated and dispatched to the students.
    • If there are industry partners for the course, the certificate will have provision to have the partner details displayed.
    • The certificates and score are expected to be used for credit transfer and for improving career prospects.

Instructions for faculty offering MOOCs

  • What is a MOOC?

      Online courses are to be offered along the lines of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). A typical online course contains the following:

    1. Clear assumptions about prerequisites for a learner
    2. Clear learning outcomes
    3. Duration of course: 4 week-10 hrs /8 week-20 hrs/12 week-40 hrs
    4. 2-4 hours of lecture every week
      • The lectures are broken up into short modules
      • Every module has a clear description of its contents and expected learning outcomes
    5. Assignments such as objective-type (auto graded)/ subjective type (manually evaluated)/ programming assignments released every week
  • Subject Matter Experts

    Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) are the ones who create the video lectures and other content adhering to a curriculum. If the SMEs already have a course in NPTEL, that course may be modified to meet the requirements of an online course. However, all the important pedagogical aspects of the online course will be met – prerequisites, learning outcomes, splitting into weeks and short modules, weekly assessments and assignments will have to be provided.

    The role of the SMEs will not end with content creation. The SME team (assuming there are more than one for a particular course; the team could have a single SME as well) will play a crucial role in the conduct of the course on the portal. The SME team will be assisted by a group of Teaching Assistants (TAs) selected by them.

  • Course Contents

    Content for one week

    • 2.0-2.5 hours or (120-150 minutes) of recorded video lectures per week
    • For each video
      • make a summary of the video with 3 or 4 points (this is to be mentioned alongside the video on the portal)
      • provide notes or slides, whenever available
      • provide links to additional resources
    • One “tutorial” video showing working out of problems, if applicable
    • Assignment: 8 to 10 questions per week (self assessment and completion will be required for all those who want to write the final examination)
    • Solutions to assignment
      • Record a video working out solutions, or provide a detailed worked out solution
    • Suggestions:
      • 4-5 lessons: each of 30 minutes duration
  • Repurposing Courses for Online Delivery

    SMEs who already have an NPTEL course can work with the recorded video lectures and content from the other quadrant to repurpose their existing course into an open online course suitable for online delivery through the portal. The methodology involves porting the content to the online course portal in a suitable format. Typical tasks include adding annotations for video lectures to describe the content, uploading the content onto the portal and adding weekly assignments.

    The running of the course is similar to that of a newly created course. The effort of the SME is lesser for repurposing because new video lectures are not being created. However, the effort of running the course – managing the content on the portal and responding to forum posts – are the same as that of a newly created course.

  • Rerun of Open Online Courses

    Once a course has been uploaded onto the portal and successfully run once, it can be offered again at a future time. At this time, either the same SME or a new SME, will be expected to alter the assignments suitably, manage the content of the portal, and respond to questions on the forum. Based on feedback from the previous run, new content may be created, if necessary. For each and every offering of the course, SMEs would be required to provide a new set of online assessment questions/assignments and two sets of final exams at nearly equivalent levels.

    A rerun involves little effort in lecture content creation, but the effort and methodology of running the course is same as before.

Project Implementation Committee
The implementation of the scheme is to be overseen by a Project Implementation Committee (PIC) whose members will be as follows:

  • Prof. Bhaskar Ramamurthi, Chairman, NPTEL PIC and Director, IIT Madras
  • Prof. Andrew Thangaraj, Coordinator, IIT Madras and PI
  • Prof. Prathap Haridoss, Coordinator, IIT Madras and Co-PI
  • Prof. R. K. Shevgaonkar, Co-Chairman, NPTEL PIC and Coordinator, IIT Bombay
  • Prof. A.N Chandorkar, Coordinator, IIT Bombay
  • Prof. Kushal Sen, Coordinator, IIT Delhi
  • Prof. Sunil Khijwania, Coordinator, IIT Guwahati
  • Prof. Satyaki Roy, Coordinator, IIT Kanpur
  • Prof. Bani Bhattacharya, Coordinator, IIT Kharagpur
  • Prof. Anupam Basu, Coordinator, CET, IIT Kharagpur
  • Prof. Mangala Sunder, NPTEL National Web Courses Coordinator (2003-2015), IIT Madras
  • Prof. Bikash Mohanty, Coordinator, IIT Roorkee
  • Prof. B. K. Gandhi, Coordinator, IIT Roorkee
  • Prof. Umanand, Coordinator, IISc Bangalore

Instructions for faculty offering MOOCs

  1. What is a MOOC?

      Online courses are to be offered along the lines of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). A typical online course contains the following:

    1. Clear assumptions about prerequisites for a learner
    2. Clear learning outcomes
    3. Duration of course: 4 week-10 hrs /8 week-20 hrs/12 week-40 hrs
    4. 2-4 hours of lecture every week
      • The lectures are broken up into short modules
      • Every module has a clear description of its contents and expected learning outcomes
    5. Assignments such as objective-type (auto graded)/ subjective type (manually evaluated)/ programming assignments released every week
  2. Subject Matter Experts

    Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) are the ones who create the video lectures and other content adhering to a curriculum. If the SMEs already have a course in NPTEL, that course may be modified to meet the requirements of an online course. However, all the important pedagogical aspects of the online course will be met – prerequisites, learning outcomes, splitting into weeks and short modules, weekly assessments and assignments will have to be provided.

    The role of the SMEs will not end with content creation. The SME team (assuming there are more than one for a particular course; the team could have a single SME as well) will play a crucial role in the conduct of the course on the portal. The SME team will be assisted by a group of Teaching Assistants (TAs) selected by them.

  3. Course Contents

    Content for one week

    1. 2.0-2.5 hours or (120-150 minutes) of recorded video lectures per week
    2. For each video
      • make a summary of the video with 3 or 4 points (this is to be mentioned alongside the video on the portal)
      • provide notes or slides, whenever available
      • provide links to additional resources
    3. One “tutorial” video showing working out of problems, if applicable
    4. Assignment: 8 to 10 questions per week (self assessment and completion will be required for all those who want to write the final examination)
    5. Solutions to assignment
      • Record a video working out solutions, or provide a detailed worked out solution
    6. Suggestions:
      • 4-5 lessons: each of 30 minutes duration
  4. Repurposing Courses for Online Delivery

    SMEs who already have an NPTEL course can work with the recorded video lectures and content from the other quadrant to repurpose their existing course into an open online course suitable for online delivery through the portal. The methodology involves porting the content to the online course portal in a suitable format. Typical tasks include adding annotations for video lectures to describe the content, uploading the content onto the portal and adding weekly assignments.

    The running of the course is similar to that of a newly created course. The effort of the SME is lesser for repurposing because new video lectures are not being created. However, the effort of running the course – managing the content on the portal and responding to forum posts – are the same as that of a newly created course.

  5. Rerun of Open Online Courses

    Once a course has been uploaded onto the portal and successfully run once, it can be offered again at a future time. At this time, either the same SME or a new SME, will be expected to alter the assignments suitably, manage the content of the portal, and respond to questions on the forum. Based on feedback from the previous run, new content may be created, if necessary. For each and every offering of the course, SMEs would be required to provide a new set of online assessment questions/assignments and two sets of final exams at nearly equivalent levels.

    A rerun involves little effort in lecture content creation, but the effort and methodology of running the course is same as before.

  1. Before the start of the course run
    • Once the review committee has approved the courses for a particular run, the Institute coordinator will confirm and invite the faculty to offer the course.
    • The course will be created on the portal by the super-admin of the portal.
    • The faculty and TAs will be made course admins and given access to the course.
    • They will be able to create content and host on the portal in private mode.
    • Ideally, all content will be expected to be ready before course announce date.
    • The course will be opened for enrolment and the enrolment numbers will be tracked using Analytics.
  2. Course announcement for enrolment

    Once a course is ready, it will be announced on the portal for students to sign up for the course. The announcement will include the following:

    • Date when sign-ups are opened and closed
    • Start date and end date for the course
    • An abstract about the course and the instructor
    • The weekly lesson plan
    • Pre-requisites, intended audience and suggested reading
    • A 2-3 minute introductory video about the course
  3. During the Course Run

    The course will open on the announced start date. Content will be released every week: Week 1 to Week 4 or 8 or 12. Content will include video lectures, lecture slides, additional material, assessments and assignments. The SME team and TAs will be responsible for uploading the content on the portal, formatting it suitably, making it public and posting an announcement in the announcement email list about the content being available.

    A suggested practice is to upload all content by Wednesday of the previous week, check the content for a couple of days and then make it public on Sunday night or Monday morning. The SME team and TAs will function as a well-knit group that would meet often and discuss the modalities of running the course.

    Every week:

    • Make public the videos for the week.
    • Make public the assignment for the week.
    • Send an announcement to the students that has subject "<course name> week <y> videos available" with email option enabled.
    • Send an announcement that has subject "<course name> week <y> Assignment released " with email option enabled – once the assignment is released (or in the above email if both are released the same day)
    • Close the assignment for the previous week and release the solutions to the same. Send an announcement that has subject "<course name> week <y> Assignment solutions released" with email option enabled informing the students of this.

    Every day:

    • Check the forum to answer questions students may have raised. If already answered, you can flag them as duplicate. The SMEs will ensure that every question raised in the forum is responded.
    • If there are junk posts, delete them.
    • Best answers can be tagged.
    • If solutions to assignments are posted, kindly remove them from the forum as long as the assignment is still active. If doubts about questions in assignments are asked, those can be answered though.
    • Check the admin email id for any emails posted by students directly to this and have them answered.

    We recommend that faculty and TAs be subscribed to the forum by email or at least daily digest so that you can keep track and answer all questions on the forum easily.

  4. Certification exam

    SMEs (and not the TAs) will have to generate question papers for certification exam.

  5. Online mode of examination

    The exam is completely computer based where MCQ, MSQ, fill in the blanks and essay type of answers is supported. Any question that requires the student to enter mathematical symbols, figures or charts is not supported in this format of exam. Responses are auto-graded and results are available in the form of CSV sheets.

  6. Subjective mode of certification exam

    If this mode of examination is opted for, the question papers are printed and given to the student in each centre along with main answer sheets (12 pages) and additional sheets (4 pages) provided to the students to answer in. The answer sheets are collected by the exam partner from various centres which are sent to the faculty member for correction.
    This mode of examination allows a wider variety of questions to be asked of the student which can include graphs, charts, drawings, derivations, detailed problem solving etc. The answer scripts can be corrected with the help of a team of TAs – who can be paid for their efforts.


1. Polymer Assisted Abrasive Finishing Processes

Duration: January 2019 (4 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. M. Ravi Sankar
Department of Mechanical Engineering


2. A brief course on Superconductivity

Duration: January 2019 (4 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Saurabh Basu
Department of Physics


3. Subsurface exploration :importance and techniques involved

Duration: January 2019 (8 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Abhishek Kumar
Department of Civil Engineering


4. Introduction to Modern Indian Drama

Duration: January 2019 (8 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Kiran Keshavamurthy
Department of Humanities and Social Sciences


5. Human Behaviour

Duration: January 2019 (8 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Naveen Kashyap
Department of Humanities and Social Sciences


6. Fundamental of Welding Science and Technology

Duration: January 2019 (8 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Pankaj Biswas
Department of Mechanical Engineering


7. Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics

Duration: January 2019 (12 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Sasidhar Gumma
Department of Chemical Engineering


8. Mass Transfer Operations -I

Duration: January 2019 (12 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Bishnupada Mandal
Department of Chemical Engineering


9. Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids

Duration: January 2019 (12 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Nanda Kishore
Department of Chemical Engineering


10. Fluid Flow Operations

Duration: January 2019 (12 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Subrata Kumar Majumder
Department of Chemical Engineering


11. Randomized Algorithms

Duration: January 2019 (12 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Benny George K
Department of Computer Science and Engineering


12. Parallel Algorithms

Duration: January 2019 (12 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Sajith Gopalan
Department of Computer Science and Engineering


13. Introduction to Political Theory

Duration: January 2019 (12 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Mithilesh Kumar Jha
Department of Humanities and Social Sciences


14. Principles of Mechanical Measurement

Duration: January 2019 (12 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Dipankar N Basu
Department of Mechanical Engineering


15. IC Engines and Gas Turbines

Duration: January 2019 (12 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Pranab K. Mondal
Department of Mechanical Engineering

Prof. Vinayak N. Kulkarni
Department of Mechanical Engineering


1. System Design for Sustainability

Duration: 30 July 2018 to 19 Oct 2018

Course Instructor:

Dr. Sharmistha Banerjee
Department of Design


2. Unsaturated Soil Mechanics

Duration: 30 July 2018 to 19 Oct 2018

Course Instructor:

Dr. T. V. Bharat
Department of Civil Engineering


3. Embedded Systems-- Design Verification and Test

Duration: 30 July 2018 to 19 Oct 2018

Course Instructor:

Dr. Santosh Biswas
Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Prof. Jatindra Kumar Deka
Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Dr. Arnab Sarkar
Department of Computer Science and Engineering


4. Higher Surveying

Duration: 30 July 2018 to 19 Oct 2018

Course Instructor:

Dr. Ajay Dashora
Department of Civil Engineering


5. Introduction to Modern Indian Political Thought

Duration: 30 July 2018 to 19 Oct 2018

Course Instructor:

Dr. Mithilesh Kumar Jha
Department of Humanities and Social Sciences


6. Advanced Quantum Mechanics with Applications

Duration: 06 Aug 2018 to 28 Sept 2018

Course Instructor:

Prof. Saurabh Basu
Department of Physics


7. Economic Growth and Development

Duration: 06 Aug 2018 to 28 Sept 2018

Course Instructor:

Dr. Rajshree Bedamatta
Department of Humanities and Social Sciences


8. Advanced Topics in Probability and Random Processes

Duration: 06 Aug 2018 to 28 Sept 2018

Course Instructor:

Prof. P.K. Bora
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering


9. Mechanics of Machining

Duration: 06 Aug 2018 to 28 Sept 2018

Course Instructor:

Prof. Uday S. Dixit
Department of Mechanical Engineering


10. Multi-Core Computer Architecture – Storage and Interconnects

Duration: 06 Aug 2018 to 28 Sept 2018

Course Instructor:

Dr. John Jose
Department of Computer Science and Engineering


11. Consumer Psychology

Duration: 06 Aug 2018 to 28 Sept 2018

Course Instructor:

Dr. Naveen Kashyap
Department of Humanities and Social Science


12. Introduction to Polymer Physics

Duration: 06 Aug 2018 to 28 Sept 2018

Course Instructor:

Dr. Amit Kumar
Department of Chemical Engineering


13. Principle of Hydraulic Machines and System Design

Duration: 06 Aug 2018 to 28 Sept 2018

Course Instructor:

Dr. Pranab K. Mondal
Department of Mechanical Engineering


14. Introduction to Abrasive Machining and Finishing Processes

Duration: 06 Aug 2018 to 28 Sept 2018

Course Instructor:

Dr. Mamilla Ravi Sankar
Department of Mechanical Engineering


15. Product Design and Innovation

Duration: 13 Aug 2018 to 07 Sept 2018

Course Instructor:

Dr. Supradip Das
Department of Design

Dr. Debayan Dhar
Department of Design

Dr. Swati Pal
Department of Design


16. Theory of Rectangular Plates-Part1

Duration: 13 Aug 2018 to 07 Sept 2018

Course Instructor:

Dr. Poonam Kumari
Department of Mechanical Engineering


17. Interaction Design

Duration: 13 Aug 2018 to 07 Sept 2018

Course Instructor:

Dr. Abhishek Shrivastava
Department of Design


18. Natural Gas Engineering

Duration: 27 Aug 2018 to 19 Oct 2018

Course Instructor:

Dr. Pankaj Tiwari
Department of Chemical Engineering


19. Computer Organization and Architecture: A Pedagogical Aspect

Duration: 22 Jan 2018 to 13 April 2018

Course Instructor:

Dr. Santosh Biswas
Department of Computer Science & Engineering

Prof. Jatindra Kumar Deka
Department of Computer Science & Engineering

Dr. Arnab Sarkar
Department of Computer Science & Engineering


20. Fluidization Engineering

Duration: 22 Jan 2018 to 13 April 2018

Course Instructor:

Prof. S. K. Majumder
Department of Chemical Engineering


21. Nuclear and Particle Physics

Duration: 22 Jan 2018 to 13 April 2018

Course Instructor:

Prof. Poulose Poulose
Department of Physics


22. Introduction to Cognitive Psychology

Duration: 22 Jan 2018 to 13 April 2018

Course Instructor:

Dr. Naveen Kashyap
Department of Humanities & Social Science


23. Sociological Perspectives on Modernity

Duration: 22 Jan 2018 to 13 April 2018

Course Instructor:

Dr. Sambit Mallick
Department of Humanities & Social Science


24. Introduction to Dynamical Models in Biology

Duration: 05 Feb2018 to 02 March 2018

Course Instructor:

Dr. Biplab Bose
Department of Biosciences and Bioengineering


25. An Introduction to Cardiovascular Fluid Mechanics

Duration: 05 Feb2018 to 02 March 2018

Course Instructor:

Dr. Raghvendra Gupta
Department of Chemical Engineering


26. Measurement Technique in Multiphase Flows

Duration: 05 Feb2018 to 02 March 2018

Course Instructor:

Dr. Rajesh Kumar Upadhyay
Department of Chemical Engineering


27. Advances in welding and joining technologies

Duration: 05 Feb2018 to 02 March 2018

Course Instructor:

Dr. Swarup Bag
Department of Mechanical Engineering


28. Advanced Condensed Matter Physics

Duration: 05 Feb2018 to 02 March 2018

Course Instructor:

Prof. Saurabh Basu
Department of Physics


29. Fundamentals of Nuclear Power Generation

Duration: 05 Feb2018 to 02 March 2018

Course Instructor:

Dr. Dipankar N. Basu
Department of Mechanical Engineering


30. Optimization Techniques for Digital VLSI Design

Duration: 05 Feb2018 to 02 March 2018

Course Instructor:

Dr. Santosh Biswas
Department of Computer Science & Engineering

Dr. Chandan Karfa
Department of Computer Science & Engineering


31. Multiphase Microfluidics

Duration: 05 Feb2018 to 02 March 2018

Course Instructor:

Dr. Raghvendra Gupta
Department of Chemical Engineering


32. Introduction to Machining and Machining Fluids

Duration: 05 Feb2018 to 02 March 2018

Course Instructor:

Dr. Mamilla Ravi Sankar
Department of Mechanical Engineering


33. Multiphase Flows

Duration: 05 Feb2018 to 02 March 2018

Course Instructor:

Dr. Rajesh Kumar Upadhyay
Department of Chemical Engineering


1. Ecology and Society

Duration: 24 Jul 2017 to 13 Oct 2017

Course Instructor:

Dr. Ngamjahao Kipgen
Department of Humanities & Social Science


2. Science, Technology and Society

Duration: 24 Jul 2017 to 13 Oct 2017

Course Instructor:

Dr. Sambit Mallick
Department of Humanities & Social Science


3. Gender and Literature

Duration: 24 Jul 2017 to 13 Oct 2017

Course Instructor:

Dr. Avishek Parui
Department of Humanities & Social Science


4. Introduction to Dynamical Models in Biology

Duration: Jan 2017 to Feb 2017

Course Instructor:

Dr. Biplab Bose
Department of Biosciences and Bioengineering


1. Introduction to Crystal Elasticity and Crystal Plasticity

Duration: 18 Jul 2016 to 9 Sep 2016

Course Instructor:

Dr. Swarup Bag
Department of Mechanical Engineering


2. Advanced Machining Processes

Duration: 18 Jul 2016 to 9 Sep 2016

Course Instructor:

Dr. Manas Das
Department of Mechanical Engineering


3. Digital Human Modeling and Simulation for Virtual Ergonomics Evaluation

Duration: 18 Jul 2016 to 9 Sep 2016

Course Instructor:

Dr. Sougata Karmakar
Department of Design


4. VLSI Design Verification and Test

Duration: 18 Jul 2016 to 9 Sep 2016

Course Instructor:

Dr. Santhosh Biswas
Department of Computer Science & Engineering

Prof. Jatindra Kumar Deka
Department of Computer Science & Engineering

Dr. Arnab Sarkar
Department of Computer Science & Engineering



1. Ergonomics Workplace Analysis

Duration: July 2019 (4 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Urmi R Salve
Department of Design


2. Ergonomics in Automotive Design

Duration: July 2019 (4 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Sougata Karmakar
Department of Design


3. Development Research Methods

Duration: July 2019 (4 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Rajshree Bedamatta
Department of Humanities and Social Sciences


4. Two-Phase flow with phase change in conventional and miniature channels

Duration: July 2019 (4 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Manmohan Pandey
Department of Mechanical Engineering


5. Steam Power Engineering

Duration: July 2019 (8 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Vinayak N. Kulkarni
Department of Mechanical Engineering


6. Theoretical Mechanics

Duration: July 2019 (8 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Charudatt Kadolkar
Department of Physics


7. Introduction to Statistical Mechanics

Duration: July 2019 (8 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Girish S. Setlur
Department of Physics


8. Numerical Methods and Simulation Techniques for Scientists and Engineers

Duration: July 2019 (8 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Saurabh Basu
Department of Physics


9. Basic Biotechnology

Duration: July 2019 (8 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Vishal Trivedi
Department of BSBE


10. Natural Gas Engineering

Duration: July 2019 (Rerun)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Pankaj Tiwari
Department of Chemical Engineering


11. Fluid Mechanics

Duration: July 2019 (8 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Subashisa Dutta
Department of Civil Engineering


12. Remote Sensing and GIS

Duration: July 2019 (8 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Rishikesh Bharti
Department of Civil Engineering


13. Advanced Computer Architecture

Duration: July 2019 (8 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. John Jose
Department of Computer Science & Engineering


14. Consumer Psychology

Duration: July 2019 (8 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Naveen Kashyap
Department of Humanities and Social Sciences


15. The Psychology of Language

Duration: July 2019 (8 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Naveen Kashyap
Department of Humanities and Social Sciences


16. Mass Transfer Operations II

Duration: July 2019 (12 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Chandan Das
Department of Chemical Engineering


17. Chemical reaction engineering-1

Duration: July 2019 (12 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Bishnupada Mandal
Department of Chemical Engineering


18. Mechanical Unit Operations

Duration: July 2019 (12 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Nanda Kishore
Department of Chemical Engineering


19. Thermal Processing of Foods

Duration: July 2019 (12 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. R. Anandalakshmi
Department of Chemical Engineering


20. Chemical Process Intensification

Duration: July 2019 (12 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. S.K.Mazumder
Department of Chemical Engineering


21. Thermodynamics: classical to statistical

Duration: July 2019 (12 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Sandip Paul
Department of Chemistry


22. Principles of organic synthesis

Duration: July 2019 (12 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. T. Punniyamurthy
Department of Chemistry


23. Discrete Mathematics

Duration: July 2019 (12 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Benny George K
Department of Computer Science & Engineering

Prof. Sajith Gopalan
Department of Computer Science & Engineering


24. System Design for Sustainability

Duration: July 2019 (12 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Sharmistha Banerjee
Department of Design


25. Microwave Engineeriing

Duration: July 2019 (12 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Ratnajit Bhattacharjee
Department of Electronics & Electrical Engineering


26. Mathematical Finance

Duration: July 2019 (12 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. N. Selvaraju
Department of Mathematics

Prof. Siddhartha P. Chakrabarty
Department of Mathematics


27. Applied Thermodynamics for Engineers

Duration: July 2019 (12 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Dipankar N. Basu
Department of Mechanical Engineering


28. Plastic Working of Metallic Materials

Duration: July 2019 (12 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. P.S. Robi
Department of Mechanical Engineering


29. Dynamic Behaviour of Materials

Duration: July 2019 (12 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Prasenjit Khanikar
Department of Mechanical Engineering


30. Fundamentals of conduction and radiation

Duration: July 2019 (12 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Amaresh Dalal
Department of Mechanical Engineering

Prof. Dipankar N. Basu
Department of Mechanical Engineering


31. Mathematical Modeling of Manufacturing Processes

Duration: July 2019 (12 week)

Course Instructor:

Prof. Swarup Bag
Department of Mechanical Engineering


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Form 1

MOOCs syllabus template

Form 2

MOOCs TA form

Form 3

Subject Matter Expert(SME) honorarium form

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