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Learning Management System Under Digital India Program: Blended Learning Platform for Digital Governance

Learning Management System Under Digital India Program: Blended Learning Platform for Digital Governance
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Author(s): Shilohu Rao N. J. P. (Digital India, India) and Shveta Sahal (PMU NeGD, India)
Copyright: 2018
Pages: 21
Source title: Marketing Initiatives for Sustainable Educational Development
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Purnendu Tripathi (Arab Open University, Saudi Arabia) and Siran Mukerji (Arab Open University, Saudi Arabia)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-5673-2.ch008

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Abstract

To foster continuous learning in governance, it is imperative to use technology in such a way that learning and knowledge exchange becomes a normal engagement without external interventions (http://digitalindia.gov.in/newsletter/2016_july/index.php). Web- or computer-based learning is easy, anytime and anywhere. It has in fact become a well-established, diversely applicable practice through a software application, known as learning management system (LMS). The LMS designed for e-governance under Digital India initiative is unique and one of a kind; it takes forward the vision of competency-based learning and is a tool to deliver right knowledge and skills to right personnel. LMS deployed by National e-Governance Division serves as a tool for learning and training the government officials and other stakeholders involved in planning, developing, implementing, monitoring, and sustaining governance in Government of India. This chapter broadly discusses the significant facets of the LMS like its prominent features and framework, key benefits, services rendered, and the outcomes and impact as a consequence of its structured implementation.

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