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Indian Journal of Open Learning

1994 Volume 3, Number 2

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Correspondence/Distance Education in India : Excerpts from A Research Report

    Bakhshish Singh, Saroj Mullick & Neelam Chaudhary

    We present here some excerpts from the Resemh Report Tiitled CorrespondencdDistunce Educurion in Indiu: An Indeprh StudyCovering the yeur 1989-90 by Bakhshish Singh, Samj Mullick and Neelam Chaudq,... More

    pp. 1-25

  2. Tutor-grading by Monitors in the Distance Education Scenario

    Lakshmi Chandra, Department of Distance Education, Central Institute of english & Foreign Languages, Hyderabad-50007

    In the Distance Education scenario in India, monitoring is a much-neglected process. 'lhe potential of this process has beenadequately perceived but not realised in a commensurate way. In this... More

    pp. 26-28

  3. Orientation of the University and the College Teachers through Distance Mode : A Case for Self-study Material

    B.C. Das, Lecturer, Department of Education, Dibrugarh University, Dibrugarh, Assam-786004

    Training School Teachers has been in practice for long in India. However, the need for training University and College Teachers isbeing felt only now. Various strategies for achieving the present... More

    pp. 29-33

  4. Pedagogic Evaluation of a 'Self-instructional' Material in Medicine

    Tejinder Singh, M.D.,Dip. Distance Education, Dip. Human Resource Management, Reader in Pediatrics

    Self-instructional Material (SIM) is the mainstay of distance education in any situation. However, the pedagogic effectiveness of it must be ensured before it is supplied to learners. This becomes ... More

    pp. 34-35

  5. Education for Social Change: Role of Distance Education in Wibal Upliftment

    V Kumar, Lecturer in Political Science, Indira Gandhi National Open University, Regional Centre, Hyderabad.

    One of the proclaimed aims of Distance Education in India and other developing countries is to reach the hitherto unreached sections of the population who are effectively kept out of the... More

    pp. 36-39

  6. A Critical Study of the 1990-94 Enrolment in the National Open School

    Kashi Chakaraborty, Midnapur, West Bengal

    National Open School (NOS) has been functioning as an autonomous body since 1989-90. It had been functioning as an "Open School" with CBSE from 1979-80 to 1988-89. From 1990 National Open has been ... More

    pp. 40-45