Introduction to the Open Skills Movement's Virtual Learning Environment
We believe in the Power of Knowledge, Skill, Technology and Entrepreneurship (KSTE) in bringing the desired Social Change. E-Learning is our strategy. Inspired by the Zeal of Social Entrepreneurship and Software Freedom, we try to leverage on Information and Communication Technologies, for creating an enabling environment in the society. We prioritise on ICT enabled skills development, with a focus on Employability Skills. We are attracted by the Modular Employability Skills concept, now widely adopted and supported by the Planning Commission, we desire to train and build the Capacity of Individuals, Groups and Organizations through our training programmes aiming at higher Productivity.
This E-Learning environment is Our Endeavour, visualised by our Chairman, who is the think tank behind the Open Skills Movement. We invite you all to this platform to Enrich yourself and share your Enlightenment with everyone. Believe that Your Knowledge and Skills are going to work Miracles in the society.
You may find different courses and announcements in this VLE. We have the classified various courses and programmes under the following heads.
- Educators Programme
- E-Riders Programme
- Programming Languages
- Research Programmes
- Competitive Exams
- School Education Programmes
- Private Programmes
and other miscelaneous programmes.
Some of the flagship programmes include the following:
- Moodle E-Tutor Basic (METB)
- OSM E-Riders OSNET (OERO)
- OSM E-Riders DCSYS (OERD)
- OSM E-Riders MMAUTH (OERM)
- SEP Unified Global Syllabus (SUGS)
Please make sure that you seek more information about individual courses and announcements. If you find any difficulty please mail to: email@example.com and we shall come back to you at the earliest. We wish you all to make best use of this platform for learning and sharing. Please fill in the Programme/Course Request Form. We will communicate with you. Find the APPLICATION FOR E-LEARNING PROGRAMME and fill it, if you wish to take up any of the courses.