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Incubating and Nurturing Innovations
Updated on 06 Sep, 2019


Navdharana : An Innovation Management System
The Innovation Management System (IMS) is a web based platform to manage new ideas and innovations in the ODL system. The new ideas are collected and managed in an effective manner so that these could be utilized for implementation, upgradation, reference, and also for generating new innovations in the ODL system. The IMS comprises a front-end system to capture and develop ideas, and a back-end system to assess and implement those ideas. It provides an easily accessible and cost-effective online platform for interaction through chat and discussion forum. Through this platform, the innovators can interact with each other, with NCIDE and other stakeholders, and share their ideas and work. For more information click here
 
IDEABANK@IGNOU
The launch of Innovation Cell and Atal Ranking of Institutions on Innovation Achievements (ARIIA) by the Ministry of Human Resource and Development, Government of India, has generated a need to develop an IDEABANK@IGNOU where ideas from various stake holders and functionaries of ODL system will be gathered, and disseminated. For more information click here
 
Popular Talk Series on Innovations in Distance Education
NCIDE organizes a series of popular talk on innovations and developments in open and distance education through teleconference via satellite on every last Wednesday of a calendar month during 2009-2011. The basic purpose of the popular talk series was to facilitate the exchange of innovative ideas and experiences in the field of distance education and to foster the spirit of innovation among the faculty and students. For more information click here
 
 

“Did You Know?” Posters and A/VSeries
NCIDE prepares and disseminates Posters and A/V Programmes titled “Did You Know?” These include interesting topics, which have lot of bearing on our real life situations but generally go unnoticed. Since April 2011, more than two hundred posters have been prepared and displayed. The facts are converted into 300 audio programmes in English titled “Did You Know?” and 300 in Hindi titled “Kya Aap Jaantey Hain?” These are being broadcast through Gyan Vani. About 30 Video programmes have been developed, which are being telecast through Gyan Darshan. For more information click here