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IGNOU considers setting up 5,000 digital learning centers across India

Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) is thinking to make 5,000 digital learning centers under the control of its regional supervisors, Vice-Chancellor, Ravindra Kumar. He said the Central government had generated communication networks such as broadband facilities into 10 lakh villages throughout the country where students in distant regions may also access to electronic instruction or e-courses.

The Vice Chancellor stated IGNOU had signed a MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) with the National e-governance branch of the Ministry of Information Technology to supply the whole e-governance materials prepared under the Digital India initiative and also nation-wide online network free of charge.

The Vice Chancellor stated IGNOU had signed a MoU with the National e-governance branch of the Ministry of Information Technology to supply the whole e-governance materials prepared under the Digital India initiative and also nation-wide online network free of charge. Asked about the struggles of poor online connectivity in implementing electronic learning from the Northeast because of poor online connectivity, ” Kumar explained: “We’ve revived our Gyan Darshan and added the centre of SwayamPrabha – a drive of the HRD ministry to get the remotest portion of the area.”

Kumar reviewed instructional programs to be undertaken by the northeastern states throughout the distance learning varsity’s recently established North East Council of IGNOU Regional Centres (NECIRC). “The benefit is that this broadband connectivity is going to be a passage for us, and each of electronic materials will operate with this broadband connectivity at which our students located in distant regions will also have access,” he said.

Benefits of Digital Learning Centers in India

Faster Delivery

In a time when change is faster than ever before, a vital benefit of eLearning is the fact that it has faster delivery cycle times compared to conventional classroom-based instruction. In fact, study suggests that eLearning reduces learning time by at least 25 to 60 percent when compared to traditional learning.

  • Better attitude towards the learning format and Coaching Improved scores on Evaluations, Certificates or other Tests
  • Increase in the number of Students who achieve ‘Mastery’ Level and ‘pass’ Examinations
  • Better skills to employ the new knowledge or procedures on the work
  • Better long-term retention of data

 

Updated: September 4, 2017 — 8:21 am
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