Course Creation Guidelines

The courses at Mon School are designed for learners at the beginner and intermediate level across various fields. Each course includes lessons with interactive examples, exercises, quizzes and videos. You can checkout the live and upcoming courses on the course page.

If you are an expert in any area and wish to contribute to Mon.School, you can create a course too. To create a course follow the guidelines mentioned in this article. Once the course is created you can submit the course for review. Our team will review the course that you have created and if we like the content and quality of the course, it will be published on Mon.School.


  • Course outline
  • Course content for every lesson along with examples
  • Exercises and quizzes for each lesson
  • Teaser video for the course
  • Video for each lesson


If you plan to include videos in your course, try to be your natural self with an apt amount of professionalism. SMILE when on camera! Use hand gestures while explaining certain concepts.

Keep the tone/pitch of the entire video on the same scale. The tempo of speech should be moderate. Neither too fast nor slow.

Stress on words that highlight the main points. Keep a gap of 3-4 seconds at the start and end of every recording (this helps in the edit)

Review Process

When you are creating a course, the course has the status In Progress. Once you have completly created the course, you can submit the course for review. When you submit a course for review, the status of the courses changes to Under Review. At this point, one of our team members will review the course. After review, they may suggest some changes to you about the course. If everything is alright, they will publish the course.

Submit for review


You can refer the documentation of the Frappe LMS App to know more about the course creation process.

Our thoughts on blockchain

We believe it’s important to approach the hype around blockchain and cryptocurrencies with caution. While blockchain technology may have niche use cases, we caution against the fervor with which it is being marketed as a solution to wide-ranging societal problems. We recommend that institutions objectively evaluate tried and tested technology choices before considering blockchain-based solutions. It’s worth noting that we don’t accept proposals from speakers who are engaged in blockchain development or promotion, unless they offer something new and interesting. Read more here.

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