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The main objective of ICT text transcription project is to create accurate text transcriptions of all NPTEL video lectures in engineering sciences from Phase I and other metadata for video indexing and searching.

Approximately 70,000 print pages (A4) will be made available for online access from 5,000 hours of NPTEL video lectures. The text files will be certified by the faculty who developed the video courses.

  Branch
Video
PDF Available
MP3 Available
  Aerospace Engineering 27 14 26
  Agriculture 6 0 7
  Architecture 2 0 1
  Atmospheric Science 3 1 3
  Basic courses(Sem 1 and 2) 21 18 21
  Biotechnology 21 8 19
  Chemical Engineering 43 24 44
  Chemistry and Biochemistry 25 14 25
  Civil Engineering 61 42 59
  Computer Science and Engineering 84 44 81
  Electrical Engineering 51 36 49
  Electronics & Communication Engineering 74 37 72
  Engineering Design 3 1 3
  General 8 1 7
  Humanities and Social Sciences 65 21 59
  Management 40 17 36
  Mathematics 49 21 47
  Mechanical Engineering 99 46 96
  Metallurgy and Material Science 33 15 33
  Mining Engineering 1 1 1
  Nanotechnology 2 2 3
  Ocean Engineering 23 16 22
  Physics 29 14 29
  Textile Engineering 2 2 2
  Total 772 395 745
   
  

Disclaimer for the text transcription content:

The text of video lectures has been obtained through manual processes and is therefore error-prone. There is no claim to accuracy on the text content provided in this site. We are working with many professors to correct their lecture transcripts so that they can become both verbatim transcripts as well as readable text help for those who have bandwidth limitations and cannot download full video courses. An audio file (mp3 format) is provided as download along with the transcript of each file. The transcribed files given as pdf are also being used to provide subtitles to the video (in English) and can be used in the future for providing local language translations. Please see the subtitles in the NPTEL website.

The text will be used to create metadata and search index and the time coding on the video will be used to provide markers on the video for easy search of the video content. These are activities in progress. The project to provide transcription of all videos published by NPTEL (currently more than 11,500 hours and will likely swell to about 20,000 hours in a year or so) is an on-going project and delays are unavoidable.

We will do our best to speed up but kindly bear with us for delays and mistakes.

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