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Spoken Tutorial Project of IIT Bombay

The Spoken Tutorial Project of IIT Bombay is about teaching and learning a particular FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) like Linux, Scilab, LaTeX, Perl, Ruby, Oscad, PHP & MySQL, Java, C/C++, LibreOffice etc. via an easy audio-video tool. The Students learn fundamentals of FOSS free of cost in short and simple steps. Students can replicate the instructions, build and run their own programs. There is no limit on number of participants. All the study material and software packages are sent by IIT-B. Once, the software is downloaded from the website and installed in the systems, the training can be conducted offline. While the training, the queries of the students are answered by the support available from IIT-B through Skype. Each software training session consists of a first session which is two hours long, followed by self-revision of the remaining topics. A time period of one month is given to students for preparation of the exam. To check the learning and programming ability of the students, online test of one hour duration is conducted at the university itself.

This facility can be availed by the students of all the schools of the university.  The various open source software are available for students of ECE, EE, CSE , ME and Civil Engineering. The PG and the researchers of various departments can also enroll for learning FOSS. Physics, Applied Mathematics and Statistics (PG) students can learn Scilab for various quantitative and computational analyses. 

Agreement between NCU and IIT Bombay

The options available for:

List of FOSS courses available:

Departments Course Name

Recommended Spoken Tutorial Software

 E- Resource for learning (

Civil Engineering


Engineering Graphic Drawing

GIMP, Blender, Inkscape

Operating System


Engineering Drawing


Computer Science & IT Department


Introduction to Programming lab. OR

Object Oriented Programming Lab

C & C++, Java

Computer Graphics & Multimedia Lab

Inkscape, GIMP, Blender

Programming in JAVA


Web Development


Advanced Java


Software Engineering


Operating System


Numerical Analysis


Electronics & Communication Engineering Department


Electronic Devices & Circuits 

Oscad - now FreeEDA

Digital Electronics

C & C++

Computer Architecture and Organisation


Electrical Technology


Mechanical Engineering

Fluid Machines


Engineering Graphic Drawing


Machine Drawing


Engineering Drawing

Blender, Inkscape

Chemistry Lab

ASCEND, GChemPaint

Numerical Analysis


Physics, Mathematics, Statistics

Numerical Analysis/ Computation skill

Scilab (similar to Matlab)–Matlab costs 7-8 lakh Rs., while Scilab is free

Chemistry,Bio Sciences

Abstract Chemistry

JMol, Gchempaint, Cell Designer (understand molecular and chemical structures


Economics, Social studies, Law and other Humanities


Linux, BOSS Linux, LibreOffice (like MS-Office)


Many more software’s are there which students can explore as per there interest. More information can be explored from following website:

The NorthCap University, Gurugram inks Agreement with IIT Bombay for “Spoken Tutorial Project”

The NorthCap University, Gurugram, one of the best Universities in Haryana   has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay to introduce the “Spoken Tutorial Project” .The Project which has been developed by IIT-Bombay and launched by Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Govt of India, aims to provide software training to students via an easy audio-video tool. The Students learn fundamentals of FOSS free of cost in short and simple steps. Students can replicate the instructions, build and run their own programs. This project is part of the “talk to teacher activity”.
 The signed agreement is available on IIT Bombay website:

Please find the below link.

Please attach the MoU here (for our website)

Workshops and Online Test conducted under Spoken Tutorial Project

Voluntarily 164 students of ECE and EEE 3rd semester enrolled for linux and 136 students of ECE and EEE 5th semester enrolled for Java in spoken tutorial in Novemeber 2015. The video lectures conducted by experienced faculty were coordinated in NCU from 10th-14th December, 2015. The online Test was conducted by IIT Bombay in the NCU. 40 students have cleared the exam and received the certificates.


Fig.1. The students attending the workshop under Spoken Tutorial


Fig.2. Sample Copy of the Certificate received by the students


FDP for Technical Staff under Spoken Tutorial Project

The Staff development programme on LibreOffice was organized for technical staff of EECE department on 16 April, 2016 through Spoken Tutorial, IIT Bombay. All the staff members learned about the installation and working on LibreOffice.

LibreOffice is a full-featured office suite -- including a word processor, spreadsheet, presentation tool, drawing package and database. The video lectures were available through Spoken Tutorial, IIT Bombay and support was available through Skype for the queries. The Certificates from IIT Bombay are distributed to all the participants.


Fig.3. Technical staff attending the workshop under Spoken Tutorial


For any query contact:

Ms Pooja Sabherwal

EECE Department.

Spoken tutorial Coordinator.


Quality Enhancement in Engineering Education (QEEE) Program - IIT Madras

The Committee for Reforms in Technical Education under the chairmanship of Professor Ashok Jhunjhunwala, IIT Madras, has been constituted by the Ministry of Human Resources and Development (MHRD) with a mandate to bring about comprehensive reforms in technical education. The committee has come up with a program wherein real time and synchronous technology is used to allow for an integration of superior external scholastic inputs into current pedagogical practices.

Professor Ashok Jhunjhunwala, IIT Madras



Live Class

IIT faculty deliver live lecture classes to participating colleges. The schedule of lectures is sent to colleges priorly and notifications are provided before start of each session.


A supplement study material with lecture notes, live class videos, discussion forums, assessment and evaluation tools to serve as a reference material for QEEE courses.

Live Labs

To provide virtual hands-on experience to students on experiments undertaken remotely. It creates an opportunity to work on a real lab experiment tailored to suit their syllabus and curriculum.

Bridge Programs

To bridge the gap between the initial skills of individuals and what they need to enter and succeed in postsecondary education and career-path employment. ​

EECE deptt. has registered itself  for the courses offered from Aug to Nov 2015 for the following courses:

  • The Nitty-Gritty of Logic Gates to Processor Design & Computer Organization and Architecture
  • Electromagnetic Waves

EECE deptt. has registered itself  for the courses offered from Jan to May 2016 for the following courses:


Topic Name

Local Faculty


Digital Signal Processing Lab

Ms. Pooja sabherwal


Low Power Embedded Systems

Mr. Sidharth Bhatia


Convolution and Frequency Domain Analysis - Signals and Systems

Mr. Geetu Lalit


Digital Electronics

Dr. Sharda Vashisth


Design of Feedback in Control Systems

Mr. Mandeep Singh


Live Lecture delivered for Digital Electronics by Prof. Venkatesh TG- IIT Madras



Students asking questions during LIVE lecture



Virtual Labs


Virtual Labs
An Initiative of Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD)
Under the National Mission on Education through ICT


THE NORTHCAP UNIVERTSITY has been designated as the Nodal Center for Virtual Labs on 15.09.2010 vide Ref. No. Vlabs/NC/16 by Mission Projects Virtual Labs IIT Delhi.
click here for more details


Nodal Center Organizational Flow at The NorthCap University






Physical distances and the lack of resources make us unable to perform experiments, especially when they involve sophisticated instruments. Also, good teachers are always a scarce resource. Web-based and video-based courses address the issue of teaching to some extent. Conducting joint experiments by two participating institutions and also sharing costly resources has always been a challenge. With the present day internet and computer technologies the above limitations can no more hamper students and researchers in enhancing their skills and knowledge. Also, in a country such as ours, costly instruments and equipment need to be shared with fellow researchers to the extent possible. Web enabled experiments can be designed for remote operation and viewing so as to enthuse the curiosity and innovation into students. This would help in learning basic and advanced concepts through remote experimentation. Internet-based experimentation further permits use of resources – knowledge, software, and data available on the web, apart from encouraging skillful experiments being simultaneously performed at points separated in space (and possibly, time).


  • To provide remote-access to Labs in various disciplines of Science and Engineering. These Virtual Labs would cater to students at the undergraduate level, post graduate level as well as to research scholars.
  • To enthuse students to conduct experiments by arousing their curiosity. This would help them in learning basic and advanced concepts through remote experimentation.
  • To provide a complete Learning Management System around the Virtual Labs where the students can avail the various tools for learning, including additional web-resources, video-lectures, animated demonstrations and self evaluation.
  • To share costly equipment and resources, which are otherwise available to limited number of users due to constraints on time and geographical distances.


Salient Features

  • Virtual Labs will provide to the students the result of an experiment by one of the following methods (or possibly a combination)
  • Modeling the physical phenomenon by a set of equations and carrying out simulations to yield the result of the particular experiment. This can, at-the-best, provide an approximate version of the ‘real-world’ experiment.
  • Providing measured data for virtual lab experiments corresponding to the data previously obtained by measurements on an actual system.
  • Remotely triggering an experiment in an actual lab and providing the student the result of the experiment through the computer interface. This would entail carrying out the actual lab experiment remotely.
  • Virtual Labs will be made more effective and realistic by providing additional inputs to the students like accompanying audio and video streaming of an actual lab experiment and equipment.
  • For the ‘touch and feel’ part, the students can possibly visit an actual laboratory for a short duration.

Participating Institute

  • IIT Delhi
  • IIT Bombay
  • IIT Kanpur
  • IIT Kharagpur
  • IIT Madras
  • IIT Roorkee
  • IIT Guwahati
  • IIIT Hyderabad
  • Amrita University
  • Dayalbagh University
  • NIT Karnataka
  • COE Pune


Electronics & Communication Engineering Discipline

  • Virtual Lab related to Textile Engineering by IIT DELHI
  • Virtual Advanced Lab for Interactive Design and Test in Electronics by DAYALBAG
  • Virtual Microwave Laboratory by DAYALBAGH
  • Virtual Wireless Lab by IIT DELHI
  • Engineering Electro-magnetics Laboratory by IIT DELHI
  • Queuing Networks Modelling Lab by IIT DELHI
  • Virtual Microwave & Antenna Laboratory by IIT DELHI
  • Advanced Communication by NIT KARNATAKA
  • Hybrid electronics Lab by COE PUNE
  • RF microwave characterization Lab by IIT KANPUR
  • Transducer and instrumentation virtual lab by IIT KANPUR
  • Virtual Laboratories for VLSI Design and Verification by IIT BOMBAY
  • Single Board Heater System by IIT BOMBAY
  • Electronic design using DSP,FPGA,CPLD and Micro controllers through simulation and direct access of the hardware by IIT BOMBAY
  • Digital Electronic Circuits Laboratory  by IIT KHARAGPUR
  • Technology CAD (TCAD) Laboratory by IIT KHARAGPUR
  • Digital Signal Processing Laboratory by IIT KHARAGPUR
  • Fading Channels and Mobile Communications by IIT KHARAGPUR
  • Basic Electronics by IIT KHARAGPUR
  • Systems, communication and control laboratory by IIT GUWAHATI
  • Speech Signal Processing Laboratory by IIT GUWAHATI
  • Digital VLSI Design Virtual lab by IIT GUWAHATI
  • Signals and Systems Laboratory by IIT GUWAHATI
  • Remote Triggered Fiber Optics Communication Lab by IIT GUWAHATI
  • Electromagnetic Theory by IIIT HYDERABAD
  • Virtual Electric Circuits by AMRITA UNIVERSITY



Dr. Nearj Kr. Shukla
Associate Professor-Department of EECE
The NorthCap University
HUDA Sector-23A, Gurugram-122017 (Haryana) India