The Learning Center shows all courses in which you are enrolled.

  • Each panel gives the most important information about that course. Your course access starts from here.
  • Learning Center also shows the activity deadlines and event calendar for the next 15 days.
  • Learning Center also displays courses in which you have not completed the enrollment process. You can complete the process from here or discard these courses.

A course may have different learning tools depending on which learning tool has been activated by the Program Manager of the course.

Fundamental Learning Tools

Study Material, Tests, and Assignments are the most basic learning tools.

Self Learning Tools

Practice Exercises and QA Bank constitute the self learning tools.

Collaborative Learning Tools

Forum, Ask-Teacher, Net-meeting, and Chat are part of collaborative learning.


Program Manager may have mentioned other learning assets like text books, reference books or other external material that may help you in your learning activity. External learning assets have to be procured by the learner separately and are not included as standard deliverable in the e-learning course.

'Study Material' consists of different course contents which you are supposed to study in the course.

Content Types

Content types could be varied - documents, audio-visual presentations, audios or videos.

Viewing Modes

Except downloadable documents, all other contents will have to be viewed online.

Access Experience

Broadband with high bandwidth is recommended for good HD video experience.

Most courses will have online tests.

  • Tests are meant either for checking your exam preparedness or for actual examination.
  • Tests marked 'Practice' are for checking your exam preparedness.
  • Tests marked 'Exam' are for real examination. If there is a score card set by the course provider, then scores of tests marked 'Exam' are counted.
  • Tests may draw questions from single subject or multiple subjects.
  • Some tests may have deadlines or access window for attempting them; others may be accessible any time.
  • Every test has a duration within which the test needs to be completed. Tests must be 'Submitted' after completion; otherwise they will not be evaluated.
  • Some tests may have negative marking.

Some courses may have assignment submission as a part of your learning process.

  • Assignments are meant either for checking your learning comprehension or for actual examination. They are evaluated by teachers.
  • Assignments marked 'Practice' are for checking your learning comprehension.
  • Assignments marked 'Exam' are considered a part of real examination. If there is a score card set by the course provider, then scores of assignments marked 'Exam' are counted.
  • Most assignments will have deadlines or access window for attempting them.

Get connected to your teacher or other learners for clarification of doubts through these tools.

'Live Classes' for live audio/video

'Ask-Teacher' and 'Chat' for doubt clearance

'Private Forums' for in-house discussions

'Mentoring' for timely expert guidance

Some courses may have a learning plan, some may not have.

A learning plan gives you a time-line to study the course having different activities laid out as per a pre-defined schedule.
Long duration courses may not have a learning plan. In such cases, all learning tools are available without a firm schedule.
Some learning plans may have been designed to prevent or allow extra access to certain parts of the course based on specific criteria.

Reports and Analytics update you about your learning outcomes; use these for self-evaluation and for future action plan.

Relative Performance

Competency Analysis

Overall Performance

Performance Trend

Announcements and alerts will keep you updated about new information or events.

  • Announcements are one-way communications from Program Manager or teachers.
  • Announcements are also sent to you through e-mail.
  • Alerts about the course update you if any part of the course has undergone any change while you are doing the course.
  • Some alerts like activation or cancellation of tests or assignments are also sent by e-mail.

A course having enrollment extension feature will allow you to extend your enrollment in case you need it.

  • Enrollment extensions give you additional time to complete your course.
  • Extension may be free for certain number of times.
  • Extension may also be priced based on duration of extension.
  • Enrollment extension can be done from Learning Center prior to expiry of current enrollment. After expiry, it can be done from the 'Old Courses' menu.

You can withdraw your enrollment from the course any time.

  • Withdrawal is an irreversible process. Be absolutely sure before withdrawing from the course.
  • After withdrawal, course access gets suspended permanently.
  • Money refund on withdrawal from priced courses depends on the refund policy of the course provider.

You can access all your courses from the course provider's web site if the course provider is using the white labeling feature of Quampus.

Provide periodic feedback to help us improve the learning experience for yourself and others.

Course Rating

Feedback about the course - content quality, meeting of expectations, knowledge sharing opportunity, and learning tool effectiveness.

Teacher Rating

Feedback about the teachers responsible for handling your queries, doubts etc - their efforts, expertise, and contribution.

Platform Rating

Feedback about the technology platform - its user-friendliness, its features, speed of operation, screen layout and color scheme.

Help is few clicks away always - feel free to contact for a trouble-free learning experience

  • Self help site - click here to access.
  • Trouble shooting guide - this page can handle most of your technical issues.
  • Quampus Forum - put your thoughts, problems etc.
  • Customer Care - accessible after log in can help you connect with the customer care center.