massive open online course (MOOC) is an online course aimed at unlimited participation and open access via the web.[1] In addition to traditional course materials such as filmed lectures, readings, and problem sets, many MOOCs provide interactive user forums to support community interactions among students, professors, and teaching assistants (TAs). MOOCs are a recent and widely researched development in distance education which were first introduced in 2006 and emerged as a popular mode of learning in 2012.โ€


MOOCs are regarded by many as an important tool to widen access to Higher Education (HE) for millions of people, including those in the developing world, and ultimately enhance their quality of life. MOOCs may be regarded as contributing to the democratization of HE, not only locally or regionally but globally as well. MOOCs can help democratize content and make knowledge reachable for everyone. Students are able to access complete courses offered by universities all over the world, something previously unattainable. With the availability of affordable technologies, MOOCs increase access to an extraordinary number of courses offered by world-renowned institutions and teachers.

The costs of tertiary education continue to increase because institutions tend to bundle too many services. With MOOCs, some of these services can be transferred to other suitable players in the public or private sector. MOOCs are for large numbers of participants, can be accessed by anyone anywhere as long as they have an Internet connection, are open to everyone without entry qualifications and offer a full/complete course experience online for free.

MOOCs can be seen as a form of open education offered for free through online platforms. The (initial) philosophy of MOOCs is to open up quality Higher Education to a wider audience. As such, MOOCs are an important tool to achieve Goal 4 of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

Dr. Kalpana Deshpande, Chairman
Smt. Shivaleela Patil, Convener
Dr. Mallikarjun Hangarge, Special Invitee (IQAC Coordinator)
Dr.Shashidar Patil, Member
Sri. Bharatraj. C, Member
Sainth Cholkar (BCA V Sem)
Pallavi (BCA V Sem)
Basavabhanu (B.Sc. V Sem)
Lumure Vishal Reddy(B.Sc.V Sem)

C and Cpp
First Name Score FOSS Date
Rakshit Kulkarni 97.20% PHP and MySQL 23-03-2016
Abhishek Ganji 97.20% PHP and MySQL 23-03-2016
Shekhar Nagure 97.20% PHP and MySQL 23-03-2016
Christina Stuthi 88.90% PHP and MySQL 22-03-2016
Pooja Dattatri 77.50% C 18-02-2016
Avinash Shatkar 70% CPP 12/2/2016
Thakur Amul Singh 65% C and CPP 21-05-2017
Kirankumar Pasare 60% C and CPP 21-05-2017
Vachanashree Bhure 50% C and CPP 21-05-2015
Name of the Courses – 2016-17 Total Enrollment
Introduction to data analytics 9
Software Testing 7
Soft Skill Development 7
Satellite Communication Systems 5
Introduction to Research 14
Introduction to Electromagnetic Theory 6
Principles and Applications of NMR Spectroscopy 24
Programming in C++ 32
Marketing Management – II 86
Curves and Surfaces 31
Developing Soft Skills and Personality 28
Basic Electrical Circuits 7
Introduction to Operating Systems 25
Name of the Courses-2017-18 Total Enrollment
Solid State Physics 6
Marketing research and analysis 30
Graph Theory 41
Introduction to Programming in C 99
Introduction to operating systems 30
Programming in C++ 55
Cell Culture Technologies 15
Basic Electrical Circuits 10