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The Ministry of Human Resource Development on Wednesday announced the launch of a multilingual knowledge portal www.bharatavani.in, an official statement said.
In this context, the Bharatavani Project (BvP), a knowledge initiative is launched by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India. This Project aims to build a searchable knowledge repository in and about all the languages in India in multimedia (text, audio, video, images) formats through an online portal. The Bharatavani Portal will be accessible to all sections of society. The Project is being implemented by the Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysuru, Karnataka. The Portal offers open knowledge under fair usage clauses of The Copyright (Amendment) Act, 2012, for educational purposes.
Providing available knowledge already created by the Government and publicly funded institutions all over India, and putting it across for the public usage, by deploying robust, interactive, user friendly web tools will be the main thrust of the Bharatavani Project. The Project will be guided by a National Advisory Committee and a Technology Advisory Committee, besides Language Editorial Committees in each of the languages. The MHRD seeks active participation of the knowledge organisations, individuals in this ambitious project resulting in a massive social movement of knowledge sharing.
The Bharatavani Portal would publish the content in the following main sections:
1. PaaThyapustaka Kosha: Textbooks
2. Jnana Kosha : Knowledge base (Digitisation underway)
3. Shabda Kosha: Dictionaries
4. Bhasha Kosha : Language learning
5. Suchanaa Praudyogikii Kosha : IT tools (Linked to TDIL)
6. Bahumaadhyama Kosha: Multimedia
Along with the portal, the Ministry has also launched the Bharatavani Multi-lingual app. This will enable users to search for one language text in another language as well as get meanings in different languages. Currently, the app has 35 multilingual dictionaries.
Source | Business Line | 26 May 2016
This course will be led by the OER Research Hub project team. We are a project focused on researching the impact of openness in education. You can find out more about us in the section About Your Course Facilitators below. We’ll be using our experiences of working on an open project to demonstrate a set of solutions to the issues that openness raises. In particular, we’ll be showing you how openness can benefit your research by increasing the exposure your work has.
Sign-up for the course closes on Friday 12 September and the course begins on Monday 15 September 2014.
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University Grants Commission invites applications for the award of 1000 PG Scholarships under
the scheme of PG Scholarship for professional Courses for SC & ST candidates for the year 2010‐
2011 to undertake postgraduate level studies in professional subjects like Engineering &
Technology, Management, Pharmacy etc. on regular basis only.
Follow the link: http://www.ugc.ac.in/notices/pg_professional_scholarship1011.pdf
Ten top scholars from India will be awarded AUD$90,000 each to study their PhDs at one of Victoria’s nine universities, starting in 2012, under the new Victoria India Doctoral Scholarships Program launched this week by the State Government of Victoria and the Australia India Institute.
Last Date for Submission : 28th January ,2011