Kochi: Amrita E-Learning Research Lab will launch its indigenously developed e-learning software A-VIEW (Amrita Virtual Interactive E-Learning World) for Universities and Colleges in Odisha on January 21.
The launch will be a part of Mata Amritanandamayi's Bharata Yatra 2013, a press release here said.
Prof Ganapati Panda, Deputy Director, School of Electrical Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology, Bhubaneswar, Satyananda Mishra, Chief Information Commissioner, Government of India and Dr Ardhendu Mauli Mohanty, Pro-Vice-Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor in charge, Centurion University, Odisha, are expected to attend the function.
A-VIEW is provided free of cost to all institutes of higher education. As of today, A-VIEW has been successfully deployed at more than 2000 higher educational institutions across the country and is gradually getting extended to schools and vocational centers.
On Jan 4, A-VIEW was launched for schools in Maharashtra at Pune by former UGC Chairman Prof Arun Nigawekar and eminent Computer Scientist Dr Vijay Bhatkar. Now A-VIEW is being used on a pilot basis in schools in Maharashtra and Kerala.
A-VIEW is majorly supported by the National Mission on Education through ICT (HRD Ministry).