IGNOU and AICTE Unite to Offer MBA Courses in Indian Languages

Learn Business in Your Native Language!

Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) is proud to announce its collaboration with the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) to translate its MBA courses into Hindi and other Indian languages. This move is being taken to ensure that management education is more accessible to those who are more comfortable learning in their mother tongue.

With this initiative, IGNOU is providing an opportunity for students from all walks of life to be equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to excel in the corporate world. The courses will be designed with language and cultural sensitivity and will cater to the needs of the students from different backgrounds.

Moreover, in order to bridge the gap in access and quality of management education in India, IGNOU is collaborating with AICTE to offer courses tailored to meet the changing needs of the industry and updated regularly. Furthermore, students will be provided with study material and online resources to ensure that they get the best user experience.

IGNOU and AICTE have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to enable students to receive higher education in regional languages. At the event, Prof. Nageshwar Rao, Vice Chancellor of IGNOU, highlighted the importance of multilingual education in the Indian education sector and announced the initiative to translate MBA courses into various Indian languages, including Hindi, Telugu, Odia, Tamil, Bengali, and Marathi. This will help to make MBA courses more accessible and foster greater understanding among students from different parts of the country, thus transforming the Indian education sector.

According to Dr. Amit Kumar Srivastava, Director of the Faculty Development Cell at AICTE, there has been an effort to increase AICTE intervention in technical books in various Indian languages as well as to extend their role in MOUs. Since the launch of the e-KumBH Portal on November 11, 2022, more than 1 lakh books have been downloaded from users in 47 countries around the world, further highlighting the success of AICTE’s efforts.

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