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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 ...
Increasing Access to Cost-effective, Equitable and Flexible Higher Education through Open and Distance Learning in Bangladesh
The objectives of this study were to (i) examine how BOU offers increasing access to cost-effective, equitable and flexible higher education compared to conventional systems by analyzing data from primary and secondary ...
Deconstructing the Politics of Access: The Case of the University Student
As we address the issue of access to English for the large majority of young people in the country, i.e. those who have had many years of formal instruction solely devoted to teaching it as a subject in a vernacular medium ...
Knowledge and Skill Acquisition from a Distance: Meeting the Changing Demands of Disadvantaged
This paper attempts to explain the need of Open and Distance Learning (ODL) for the specific disadvantaged population so as to meet their changing demand for knowledge and skill acquisition. There are no controversies ...
Can Open and Distance Education bring Social Justice to the Weaker Sections of the Society: A Case Study on Directorate of Distance Education, University of North Bengal, West Bengal, India
Education, among all the forces and factors that influence in provisioning social justice, emerges strong as it creates social awareness that further leads to the realization by the individual for greater opportunities in ...