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Indian Journal of Open Learning

2006 Volume 15, Number 3

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Training Needs of B.Ed Academic Counsellors

    Shyni Duggal, Staff Training and Research Institute of Distance Education, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi, India

    Abstract: Quality of academic counsellors is very vital for ensuring high level of interaction, particularly in a professional programme like teacher education. Distance education institutions... More

    pp. 213-224

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  2. Attitude of the Working Engineers Towards Distance Mode of Instruction

    Rajarshi Roy, Sailendra Mandal, Subrata Chatopadhyay & Nirmal Mandal, National Institute of Technical Teachers' Training and Research, Kolkata, India

    Abstract: The psyche of the learner' considerably influences the process of learning. Formal education follows numerous strategies to impart education to the learners. Engineering education in our ... More

    pp. 225-236

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  3. A Survey of Students' Characteristics of MBA Programme: Case of Bangladesh Open University

    Qazi Ahsan, Jakir Hossain & Nilanjan Saha, School of Business, Bangladesh Open University, Ghazipur, Bangladesh

    Abstract: Over the last few decades, considerable shift in higher education from the teacher-centered models to the learner-centered models enhanced the acceptability of the Open and Distance... More

    pp. 237-246

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  4. A Factorial Analysis of Student Support System in Distance Education

    Helen Sim, Hanafi Atan & Rozhan Idrus, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia

    Abstract: This paper reports distance learners' satisfaction with the support system provided to them by a distance teaching institution. Based on the Simpson's model of the support system in... More

    pp. 247-256

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  5. IGNOU Graduates: How Did They Benefit?

    Manjulika Srivastava, Distance Education Council, Indira Gandhi National Open Uniitersity, New Delhi, India

    Abstract: Research and evaluation are necessary for any distance education programme. A periodical review of the developmental effects on higher education made by distance education is required to ... More

    pp. 257-270

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  6. Distance Education as a Women Empowerment Strategy in Africa

    Felix Olakulehin, School of Business and Huinan Resources; Olugbenga Ojo, 2~xarnination Us unit National Open University of Nigeria. Lagos, Nigeria

    Abstract: Women emancipation through empowerment all over the world is at its peak and Africans generally are no exception. It is an attempt to make sure that women's voices are heard and are given... More

    pp. 271-280

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    Ijol Secretariat, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi 110 068, India., India

    p. 293

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