STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: An Induction meeting of new learners for new batch admitted in January 2017 session was held at Study Centre 1232 in MAM College, here.
The meeting was attended by Dr. Sandip Gupta, Assistant Director IGNOU Regional Centre Jammu, Dr. Asha Upadyay, Assistant Director IGNOU Regional Centre Jammu, Prof Subash Sharma, Prof M. Mazammal Hussain, Prof Ashok Sharma, Prof Poonam Sharma and the staff of the IGNOU Study Centre 1232.
The coordinator of IGNOU Study Centre 1232M Dr. Anil Kumar Ganjoo extended a warm welcome to the new learners and congratulated them for seeking admission and being a part of the leading open university which is providing quality education and is renowned nationally and Internationally for imparting of education at the doorsteps of the needy learners.
Dr. Anil also advised the learners to attend the counseling sessions of IGNOU organized by the 1232 SC regularly for their own benefit and ensured the learners that more number of counseling sessions will be held if large NUMBER of learners turn up regularly.
Dr. Sandip Gupta, Assistant Director IGNOU Regional Centre Jammu interacted with the learners and discussed about the programmes of IGNOU and their importance.
He explained in detail about the BPP/ BDP programme. He discussed about the objectives and structure of the programmes .Dr.Gupta Stated that IGNOU provides opportunities for enhancing educational levels for those who cannot afford conventional mode of education.
He further explained that IGNOU offers various programmes like certificate, diploma and degree courses and which are as good as certificate diploma and degree issued by any other University. Dr.Asha Upadyay, Assistant Director IGNOU Regional Centre Jammu also interacted with the learners and discussed the study plan and made the learners aware about the examination fee, counseling session, evaluation methodology, assignments, submission of term End theory examination forms and term end examination June 2017.
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