UGC has launched more than 100 online courses, UG and PG students will be able to benefit


New Delhi: University Grants Commission (UGC) has announced to start more than 100 online courses for graduate and postgraduate students. These courses will be started on the Consortium for Educational Communication (CEC) SWAYAM platform. According to the information, 78 non-engineering courses of graduation and 46 of post-graduation will be started in January.

Details of syllabus wise classes and exams have also been released on the official website by the University Grants Commission (UGC). Students of any university and college will be able to participate in these courses. Employed people will also benefit from these courses.


After online courses start, interested and qualified candidates will be able to join it. For this, students will have to join Massive Open Online Courses. Candidates will be able to see more information in the guidelines released by the UGC in January.