Anna University Varsity going to launch educational TV service on dth services 24×7 mode programs
Chennai Anna University is all set to take advantage of the unused platform broadcasting direct to home (DTH) to provide technical training for students through the doors of a dedicated TV channel.
Speaking to Deccan Chronicle, Thursday, Professor P. Kaliraj, Vice-Chancellor of Anna University, said the ministry had HR Anna University and the air required to produce programs of technical education in the DTH providers days to reach their students.
“We have live conferences and other programs related to engineering education in Tamil Nadu through education satellite (EDUSAT) aired, but this will be for a very limited student community through tv service.
Not all 540 engineering colleges of the state funds for infrastructure Edusat, the private DTH service has MHRD look to install a platform for effective classroom practice to bring engineering students, “he said.
Prof. Kaliraj television said 24 hours initially broadcast programs for new students with subjects like computer science, mathematics, physics and chemistry. “We will expand our portfolio in the coming years and assured us MHRD 10 channels in the future, so that we can spread variety of programs, but it is still under discussion,” he added.
He also noted that the state government has allocated Rs 2,000 crore as funds for Anna University program development skills.
“This program will take five to seven years, and we are confident that we can improve the skills of the unemployed youth in the country through tv service, the vision document, the Prime Minister in 2023,” he said.