Become a Digital Freelancer with EASY

Digital Freelancing is a way to earn money by working from a convenient location and at convenient timings. Digital Freelancing is not a typical job drawing a fixed salary but a way to earn on project/assignment basis. There is freedom to choose the type and kind of the assignments and projects to undertake. KLiC Diploma consists of various modules certified by YCMOU that the learner can take up and create a role that he wants to perform in life. The purpose of the role-based learning is to learn not only about the tools required for the job buts the practical applications in the industry as well. The KLiC Diploma learner inculcates skills to create outputs and gains the required experience to start freelancing as the course progresses.

MKCL has launched a digital freelancing framework EASY – Earning Assistance Services to You. KLiC Diploma learners would be able to register on EASY and upload their outputs for sale. Also, they can bid for projects available on EASY, learn how to win the bid and deliver the project to the client. On completion of the project, learners can earn in terms of points and money.EASY Process

With EASY, you will see transition of a KLiC Diploma learner to a Professional in this digital world. And there are many digital freelancing websites which have projects posted by numerous buyers, where the KLiC learner can work for global clients.

MKCL is bringing an opportunity for all it KLiC Diploma Learners for various role-based careers and become a freelancer with EASY. For any inquiry, give a missed call on 08030 636 345 and we will get back to you.

KLiC Diploma: Role Based Learning


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KLiC means knowledge lit careers. In this article today, we are going to discuss about the Role Based Learning methodology in detail.

As we know, each of the courses in KLiC Diploma is called Role Based Module. These Role Based Modules are basically a course designed around the role that is performed in the industry. That means, each Role Based Module educates and prepares the KLiC Learner to perform the role effectively. Examples of such roles in industry are Data Analyst, Business Presentation Specialist, Graphic Designer, Web designer and so on.

Keeping this introduction in mind, let us analyze a case. Aditi is pursuing her graduation and she is very good at presentations. She has very good communication skills and a good grasp of languages. Now she wants to be a Business Presentation Specialist. The job revolves around creating, editing, and presenting creative and visually rich presentations to the clients and bagging new businesses.

The conventional way of learning for Aditi would be to learn Presentation Graphics software such as MS PowerPoint in great detail. That is called tool based learning. You just learn the tool which is required to do the job. But, by this tool based learning, the Learner only becomes proficient in the tool. In reality, to be an efficient Business Presentation Specialist, Aditi needs lot more than just the tool proficiency. Aditi needs to have in-depth knowledge of the industry standards, creativity, and experience in creating outputs as per the industry business requirements.

In KLiC Diploma, the learning is Role based. To excel in that role, you require tool skills, in-depth knowledge of the industry standards, creativity, and experience in creating outputs as per the industry business requirements. In KLiC Diploma, Aditi not only learns in detail about PowerPoint, but also learns to create industry requirement outputs as Assignments and ePortfolios. The role based learning environment challenges her skills and increases her creativity. Thus, at the end of the course, Aditi is very much ready to start working in the industry.

In the next article we will discuss this more with a different case. Please watch out this space for more articles.

An Introduction to KLiC Diploma


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With the advent of Information Technology, there are a vast number of opportunities opening up. Industries are changing and so are the careers.  A huge number of new age careers in the sectors like Graphic Designing, Services, Information Technology, Financial Analysis, Banking, and many more. Freelancing scenario has been changed significantly in the last decade as well.

In the near future, the definition of vocational work is going to shift from the existing to information driven work. Take any example that you can think of, and compare the situation of the change in the career roles as of now and those 15-20 years ago. If you consider banking, the change is from a regular clerk to a MIS consultant; if you consider printing and publishing, the change is from a typesetter to a DTP operator; and so on. You can easily observe how Information Technology has helped the career roles to evolve and has opened up new possibilities.

MKCL has introduced KLiC Diploma keeping in mind the rapidly changing career roles. In KLiC Diploma, the learning is mapped to different roles in the industry. KLiC is Knowledge Lit Careers. The purpose of KLiC Diploma is to enable learners start their knowledge lit careers. In KLiC Diploma, the learner can as much as choose 6 Role Based Modules (RBM). Each RBM is based on a particular role. The roles contain the subject matter in tune with the industry expectations, the skills required to perform the role, and the tools necessary to be learnt and mastered. During the course the learners are educated to produce socially useful and acceptable work. KLiC Diploma is based on MKCL’s role-based and work-centric vocational education approach.

Each of Role Based Module (RBM) is mapped to specific industry roles. The roles are offered in the following disciplines

  • Creative Digital Arts
  • Life Skills for Workplace Readiness
  • Financial Services
  • Financial Accounting
  • Hardware and Networking
  • eEducation and many more

KLiC Diploma is based on the philosophy of Role Based Learning. Traditionally the learning is tool based. In the next article we will discuss the merits of Role Based Learning over the traditional tool based learning.


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