UGC prohibits distance education programmes in hotel management, real estate

The University Grants Commission (UGC) has prohibited distance education programmes in Hotel Management and Real Estate. “In accordance with communication received from various regulatory bodies, programmes in Hotel Management, Culinary Studies and valuation of Real Estate, will not be recognised from academic session 2019-20 and onwards,” a recent official order said. The order, however, said admissions taken in the recognised Open and Distance Learning (ODL) programme during the recognition period will be recognised till the completion of the programme even if the university does not have recognition for further years…

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Global Distance Learning Market 2019, Trend, CAGR Status, Growth, Analysis and Forecast to 2024

The company provides a detailed analysis of the market and future aspects of the Distance Learning Market. It focuses on critical and critical data that makes it a very important tool for research, experts, analysts, and managers to achieve ready-to-access analysis. The report provides an inclusive analysis of the Distance Learning market size forecast from 2018-2025. The report embraces the complete information of the key players involved in the worldwide Distance Learning market. In addition, it provides its market share by various regions with the company and product introduction and their…

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Can’t go the distance on education if online choked

If the government is serious about increasing the capacity of India’s education system to meet the country’s needs, it simply has to free up education-delivery At a value of $5.5 bn, homegrown ed-tech firm Byju’s is probably among the most valuable in this space globally, and is a symbol of how quickly Indians are taking to online coaching; the fact that global universities have enrolled around one million Indians annually, using platforms like Coursera or EdX, symbolises the same trend. That, of course, is hardly surprising given the changing nature…

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UNOM Distance Learning UG/PG May 2019 exam result declared at egovernance.unom.ac.in

University of Madras Integrated Distance Learning Education (IDE) May 2019 exam results for various UG, PG, Professional, and Certificate courses have been declared on September 30th, 2019. All the students who had appeared for the yearly-pattern examination for various courses in the month of May can check the result at the official website, ideunom.ac.in and egovernance,unom.ac.in. The result for the various yearly courses under M.A. / M.Com. / M.Sc / MCA / MSC(IT), and MBA courses have been declared. Apart from that updated UG, Diploma, Certificate, CLIS/BLIS/MLIS of May 2019 have also been…

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Warangal: School of Distance Learning and Continuing Education students take part in Haritha Haram drive

Warangal: The School of Distance Learning and Continuing Education (SDLCE), Kakatiya University (KU), campus was abuzz with a large number of students on Monday. The students enthusiastically took part in the Haritha Haram programme, a flagship programme of the State government to increase the forest cover in the State to 33 per cent. Leading them was SDLCE Director Prof Guguloth Veeranna. The onus is on everyone to conserve the environment, Prof Veeranna said. He emphasised on citizen science and said that citizen science is a powerful tool for environmental management.…

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Warangal: School of Distance Learning and Continuing Education students take part in Haritha Haram drive

Warangal: The School of Distance Learning and Continuing Education (SDLCE), Kakatiya University (KU), campus was abuzz with a large number of students on Monday. The students enthusiastically took part in the Haritha Haram programme, a flagship programme of the State government to increase the forest cover in the State to 33 per cent. Leading them was SDLCE Director Prof Guguloth Veeranna. The onus is on everyone to conserve the environment, Prof Veeranna said. He emphasised on citizen science and said that citizen science is a powerful tool for environmental management.…

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Distance education admission deadline may be extended

Mumbai: Students aspiring to pursue further studies or seeking admission to the Institute of Distance and Open Learning (IDOL), Mumbai University (MU), may have additional time to do so, as the institute is likely to extend the deadline beyond September 20, sources said. The initial deadline was August 31 but the admission process is expected to continue. A senior IDOL official told The Free Press Journal, “We may extend the deadline further as there are a large number of students seeking admission.” The fast and furious monsoon is largely to…

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Soon, exam reward for distance learning SC/ST students

Worried at the low pass percentage among Scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribe (ST) students pursuing higher education through open and distance learning (ODL) mode, the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) is proposing changes to tackle the problem, including rolling out a new scheme. One of the changes proposed relates to the tuition fee. Students belonging to the SC and ST communities currently get a 50% waiver in the tuition fee at the time of admission in ODL programmes offered by government institutions. The remaining 50% paid by them is returned…

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