IPR Status for MOOC to Make it Global Brand
SET TO GO EXCLUSIVE IIT students appear for a test in Patna.
the best of faculty from leading institutes, it has recently been agreed that the IPR for the course should rest with the Indian government in national interest.
While it will be free for Indian students,thereisathoughtthattheIPR regime may be relaxed for certain international students as well in keeping with diplomatic ties.
It is planned that over 2,000 MOOCs will be uploaded on the SWAYAM platform from across school and higher education departments and it is estimated that over three lakh students could be enrolled within three years.
About 330 course are already prepared with a 100 coming from the central universities through the UniversityGrantsCommissionand