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Digital Learning Centre (DLC)
Digital Learning Centre (DLC)
Rohtak-124001, Haryana (INDIA)

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MDU Branches

Dr. Nasib Singh Gill

Director, Digital Learning Centre

Data Mining, DWH, Aspect-oriented concerns, NLP, Information Mgmt, IT, and Network Security 

email: dir.dlc@mdu.ac.in

Deputy Director
MDU Branches

Ajit Singh

Deputy Director DLC (Pedagogy & Training)

Assistant Professor

Centre for Bio-informatics

email : dydir.pt.dlc@mdu.ac.in

Deputy Director
MDU Branches

Dr. Anil Siwach

Deputy Director DLC (LMS)

Assistant Professor

Dept. of Library & Information Science

email: dydir.lms.dlc@mdu.ac.in

Deputy Director (Content Production)
MDU Branches

Dr. Naveen Kumar

Deputy Director, DLC (Content Production)

Assistant Professor

Dept. of Journalism and Mass Communication

email. dydir.cp.dlc@mdu.ac.in

Advisory Board

Prof. Rajbir Singh


Prof. Rajbir Singh

Vice-Chancellor, State University of Performing & Visual Arts (SUPVA), Rohtak

Dr. Sunita Siwach

Joint Secretary, UGC, New Delhi

Prof. Ajay K. Rajan

Professor (IMSAR))

Dr. Rajender Singh

Head, Department of Computer Sc. & Applications

Dr. Satish Malik

Librarian, Vivekananda Library

Prof. Rahul Rishi

Director, UIET

Dr. G.P. Saroha

Director, University Computer Centre

Dr. Sumeet Gill

Nodal Officer, AISHE

Department Level DLC Co-ordinators

Dr. Kapil Malhotra

Assistant Professor, Commerce

Ms. Menka Chaudhary

Assistant Professor, Education

Area of Work

Learning Management System(LMS) Portal

MDU Digital Learning Initiatives and Action Plan


  • To consider the courses available on www.swayam.gov.in and exploring the possibility so that the students can opt for them, and seek transfer of credits.
  • To publicize SWAYAM courses so as to benefit as many people as possible.
  • To encourage talented teachers in the Universities to contribute their related new courses on SWAYAM.
  • To retrain and encourage teachers to use the SWAYAM courses during their own teaching process so that we can have a blended learning process.
  • To review the current use of these digital resources and suggests way to improving their utilization further in the university and the affiliated institutions.
         SWAYAM Prabha DTH channels
  • To buy DD Free Dish for accessing SWAYAM Prabha Channels and to configure these channels in their office first; and later install in as many class-rooms as possible.
  • To Orient the teachers by holding orientation sessions so that they see and use these channels while teaching their courses.
           National digital library
  • To join the National Digital Library (NDL) at https://ndl.iitkgp.ac.in/ to help students to access more than 80 lakh digital resources at no cost.
  • To digitize all books in the libraries so that the same may shared with the NDL at IIT Kharagpur.
         National Academic Depository
  • To join the NAD which hold all the certificates digitally. All the past certificates/degrees/diplomas issued should also be uploaded on to the NAD.
          Other digital initiatives
  • Digital Campus: To transform the MDU campus into digital one by following online processes for admissions, academic calendar, attendance, assessments, result declaration, administration, pay roll, financial and such other processes.
  • Smart Campus: To transform campus into a Smart Campus by planning for efficient and economical use of water, electricity and waste. Use of solar power and water recycling systems may be planned for, as they would bring sustainability and savings in the long run.
  • Clean Campus: To participate in the Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan and achieve clean campus that has clean toilets, systems for solid/liquid waste management. There will be swachhata rankings of all institutions and the best institutions would be rewarded.
  • National Digital Payment Mission: To move towards a complete digital payment system on the campus covering all transactions. The digital payment modes like BHIM App should be introduced to all students and commercial establishments on the campus, including the canteens.
  • Unnat Bharat Abhiyaan: To adopt villages and help in translating their knowledge for the use of the rural poor.
  • Innovation drives: To encourage students to think out-of-the-box and arrive at solutions that are innovative. To participate in the hackathons that are being organised by various agencies, apart from Govt.
  • Plan for future: To plan a university roadmap for the future such as:
    • A 15-year vision: to determine where the institution would like to be.
    • A 7-year strategic plan: to work out medium term plans to reach there.
    • A 3-year action plan: for immediate improvement of the quality of learning.




1.    Digital Lounge: To establish a model Digital Lounge with state of the art facilities to enable access to all kinds of digital and open education resources to the students as well as faculty members.


2.    MoU: To explore possible MoUs with National/International Institutions/Agencies of repute to facilitate access of all stakeholders to all e-resources/digital resources. MoU with Consortium for Education

     Communication (CEC), New Delhi is currently under active consideration.


3.    Digital Learning Promotion Policy: To frame a Digital Learning Promotion Policy to promote faculty in using the digital and other e-resources in the teaching-learning as well to create MOOCs courses

     and/or other equivalent courses on SWAYAM platform, etc.


4.    Trainings/FDPs for Faculty: To conduct FDPs or special sessions for MDU faculty for creation of MOOCs on SWAYAM platform/Model or other LMS in collaboration with Faculty Development Centre.


5.    Digital Score Card/Dash Board: To develop Digital Score Card/Dash Board (through University Computer Centre) to monitor the digital learning level of the University – Department wise & faculty wise.



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