A Tracer Study of Disabled Distance Learners of IGNOU and their Employability
The present paper is based on a tracer study to identify students with disabilities enrolled in various programmes of IGNOU. The study describes the characteristics, enrollment, support services received, completion rates and employability of students with disabilities.
AuthorParthasarathy, M S
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