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Current State: Published
How do I add a new course paper?



You can add a new course paper only within a defined courseware. To add a new course paper you need to have the name and the number of the paper, the description of the course paper, a reading list for the course paper and the names of the Faculty and Teaching Assistants for the course.

To Add a course paper:

Step 1: Got to the COURSEWARE to which the paper belongs.

Step2: Click on the tab marked “ADD NEW ITEM”. A drop down box will appear. Select “COURSE PAPER” A new window will open up. Please fill in all the required details.

Step3: A list of Teaching Faculty and assistants is already provided. Please select the names from the list.

Step 4: Please fill in the detailed description of the course paper. Alternately, for the detailed description you can also upload a word document saved as .rtf file. To save your word document as a .rtf file, just open the word document, go to FILE, do SAVE AS, and select RICH TEXT FORMAT. To upload the file, click on the button marked UPLOAD and browse to the desired document. Click on OK.

Step 5: Your document will have uploaded. Note: Uploading a document will replace all the data that has been entered into the DETAILED DESCRIPTION area. Change the STATE of the course paper.




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