• Amrita Language Labs helps students learn career skills, soft skills, language skills and pronunciation skills. Research studies are being conducted to assess the mother tongue influence (Malayalam) and provide online intervention, thereby improving both pronunciation and language skills in learners

  • Students from the Harvard School of Public Health worked with the Amrita School of Social Work and AmritaCREATE to conduct alcohol awareness classes and self esteem programs for children in the tribal village of Mothakara, Kerala.

  • An initiative of the Ministry of Human Resources Department under the National Mission on Education through ICT, Amrita's Collaborative Accessibility Platform for Virtual Labs (Amrita CAP-VL) provides a framework for the development and deployment of distributed virtual labs that use diverse software and interfacing technology. It support the system architectures for remote equipment labs and addresses scheduling, networking, security and scalability.

  • A project under MHRD ERP, Amrita Display Information and Visualization Engine (Amrita DIVE) uses ROLAP technology to gather information from multiple LMS/CMS engines and then uses advanced visualization techniques to provide graphed information that allows educators to understand the pattern and usage of content used by Indian universities. 

  • Amrita Learning app is an Barbara Bush Foundation Adult Literacy XPRIZE Competition Finalist, free complete K-5 curriculum designed for adult learners. It is available now at the Google Play Store. Our curriculum has over 375 lessons, stories, articles, songs and games, as well as a 350+ word-picture dictionary with English and Spanish Audio support.

  • Amrita Vidyalayam eLearning Network (AVeN) was inaugurated on 4th Feb, 2008 by Dr A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, former President of India, at Kochi. This network hosts multimedia educational content that allows sharing of training material and incorporates modules for student assignments. The adaptive assessment and learning programme adjusts automatically to a student’s learning level.

  • In collaboration with the Medical Informatics Group, CDAC Trivandrum, the MEDSIM project will design and develop Computer based Medical Simulations that will allow students pursuing medical sciences to visualize, learn, practise and experience a variety of medical skills and procedures in order to provide a simulated patient experience.

  • Diffusion of ICT as an Innovation

  • AmritaCREATE is funded under the World Bank funded initiative 'India: e-Delivery of Public Services DPL', for its eGovernance Analytics Platform in collaboration with CDAC and Amrita School of Business. 

  • The objective of the Amrita elitrecy & awarness is to spread computer literacy and health awarness among the ST people, who are generally unable  to avail themselves of the benefits of eliteracy. The training is through tablet computers and includes Awarness in Computer Concepts(ACC) and Health Awarness.

  • With increased poverty, spiraling debt, and and an inability to find sustainable employment, many villagers turn towards alcohol to drown their sorrows. Seeing this behavior, the next generation is also succumbing to its detrimental effects with families being torn apart and children dropping out of school. Therefore, alcoholism has become a growing concern among rural communities.

  • Amrita has pioneered and developed the large-scale deployment of intelligent tutoring and adaptive assessment systems to allow students with diverse backgrounds in rural and city areas to benefit from individualised learning and to provide specific information to educators to allow for appropriate intervention.

  • The crucial role of hands on experiments in the STEM curriculum to motivate and deepen understanding is universally accepted. In India, many schools lack equipment in science labs and in rural areas there is a lack of teachers depriving students of STEM education.

  • Developed as an initiative of MHRD, GMS is an enterprise-wide, end-to-end platform for both funding and grant recipient organizations. It supports multi-site consortium projects and manages all aspects of the funding process: from the initial request through assessments, awards, fund utilization and subsequent monitoring of outcomes. Learn More »»

  • Multilingual Adaptive Assessment is web-based adaptive assessment software, customised in local languages, that works according to the principles of Amrita Learning. The system assesses what the child need and and develops a personalized model of how the curriculum is to be taught and presented. This software helps us to cross borders and break barriers between different cultures and language-groups.

  • NFES is a nationwide, web-based, searchable electronic repository that acquires, maintains, and provides information about the research and publications of the faculty of educational institutions under MHRD.

  • The Online Labs is an educational initiative pioneered by AmritaCREATE, the Amrita Center for Research in Analytics, Technologies & Education at Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham in partnership with CDAC, Mumbai; under a research grant from the Department of Information Technology, Government of India.  

  • Most personalised learning systems are designed for either personal computers (e-learning) or mobile devices (m-learning). The integration of hand-held devices like the mobile phones and tablets in the educational setting is radically transforming how we access educational content. With the mobile technology gaining momentum, mobile tools such as personal digital assistants, tablet computers, and mobile phones have begun to gain more importance in education.

  • Tabletop technologies can promote group learning and interaction using multi-touch and multi-user systems to support collaborative activities. Our research focus is on how tabletop technologies can facilitate students to work on group projects and allow students to explore various scientific and mathematical concepts. 

  • Virtual Lab: Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham is transforming the face of higher education and research, through a revolutionary new educational tool – virtual labs. The VALUE Initiative is a project dedicated to developing these virtual labs in various science and engineering disciplines. Virtual labs are media-rich online learning environments, which allow users to conduct physical laboratory experiments in a computer-simulated environment. This innovative new educational technique is enabling experimentation beyond the boundaries of traditional laboratories