Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar takes initiative to bring "Education for All"

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HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar spoke about his new plans to mobilise "Education for all" on Saturday. Image courtesy: http://indianexpress.com

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The Human Resource development (HRD) ministry who adopted the Any Time Learning (ATL) policy are now going to implement new changes in higher education sector that will ensure learning for all.

During the 13th convocation ceremony at Symbiosis International University (SIU) on Saturday, 1 October, at the Lavale campus, HRD minister, Prakash Javadekar, spoke about his new plans to mobilise education for all. According to his statement, around 2000 new courses will be opened up under the MOOCs( Massive Open Online Courses). Expert faculty will be brought in to give lectures, study materials will be available online, exams will be conducted on regular basis and certificate will be given on successful completion of these courses. The courses will be beneficial to those who are already out of school and wants to improvise their skills.

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