Software Training under Spoken Tutorial Project, IIT Bombay


The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering at Maharaja Agrasen institute of Technology, Delhi, successfully organized a training programme for popular software used by ECE department students like Scilab, C language and OSCAD for IVth and VIth semester students. The event was an initiative by the Spoken Tutorial project, IIT Bombay.

The Spoken Tutorial project is the initiative of the "Talk to a Teacher" project of the National Mission on Education through Information Communication through Technology, launched by MHRD, Govt of India to promote IT literacy through open source software. 114 students have been already awarded certificates. This initiative will enhance the programming skills of the students enabling them to become sound technocrats. Spoken Tutorials project aims to create spoken tutorials which teach free and open source software (FOSS) in many Indian languages. The idea is to teach software(s) in a language that the learner is comfortable in. Our goal is that the spoken tutorial learning object be used to teach any software in any language and any difficulty level learner - Beginner, Intermediate or Advanced.

This project is for the community and by the community. Project aims to get like-minded individuals to collaborate with each other to create spoken tutorials dubbed into as many Indian languages as possible. Primary aims of the project include: Reach out to as many people as possible to spread the awareness of the portal so that people can learn and contribute; Build up the community so that the portal will be self-sustaining; Channelize a way through your contacts to reach out to the people who could learn and contribute.