The ministry would create and maintain a National NEAT platform that would provide one-stop access to these technological solutions, it said.
EdTech companies would be responsible for developing solutions and manage registration of learners through the NEAT portal.
They would be free to charge fees as per their policy.
As their contribution towards the National cause, they would have to offer free coupons to the extent of 25% of the total registrations for their solution through NEAT portal. MHRD would distribute the free coupons for learning to the most socially/economically backward students.
The ministry also said All India Council for Technical Education or AICTE, the national level regulator for technical education in the country, would be the implementing agency for NEAT programme.
The scheme shall be administered under the guidance of an Apex Committee constituted by MHRD.
Independent Expert Committees would be constituted for evaluating and selecting the EdTech solutions.