Students can download Electronic version of the prospectus is available for download at: http://www.ignou.ac.in. student can contact from regional centres for getting a ignou prospectus of latest session.
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How to download ignou prospectus january 2023?
- it is a very easy procedure to download prospectus
- students can download prospectus of latest session from official link in google.
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- university uploaded propspectus on google for students .
Foreigners Students – IGNOU University has already uploaded prospectus for foreigners students so candidates can now check offered courses and much more information in detail so download now to explore more about IGNOU.
Indian students – Prospectus for session January 2023 is now available for download so if you’re planning to get admission in the january 2023 session then please refer to the prospectus to check the availability of your course as well as get to know all about your course before taking admission in IGNOU.
IGNOU has grown in the 25 years of its existence. It has over 15 per cent of all learners enrolled in higher
education in the country and offers a wide range of programmes and courses through its vast network of
learning centres across the country. Its Regional Centres can play a very important role in reducing
disparities in education by extending education opportunities in villages and remote areas. While
expanding its coverage and as part of its continuing effort to improve its teaching platform, I am told, that
IGNOU has started a “convergence scheme” bringing together the strengths of face-to-face conventional
education and the flexibility of open and distance learning. It is institutions that seek to excel
that constantly work to upgrade their facilities and incorporate good practices.
The importance of education cannot be over emphasized. It is a very powerful tool for empowering people
and for giving them self-dignity. It becomes even more important for a nation like ours that is in the process of
harnessing its human resources for rapid economic growth. Today, we need more children in school and
more of them to go on to higher education. Proper training, provisioning of skills sets and capacity
building of its population are tools which shall make our human resources competent and confident to
face the new set of challenges of a fast changing world.
Nations with high quality human resources would be counted amongst the front ranking nations of the world in
the knowledge era. Aristotle, the ancient Greek philosopher, once remarked that the fate of nations.
depends on the education of its youth. Therefore, reaching education to young girls and boys must
occupy a foremost position on our agenda, if we are to be firmly positioned as one of the leading nations of the
world. That is why Government has made education a priority sector. Free education to children between the
ages 6 and 14 years is – now a fundamental right. The Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan seeks to
achieve universal secondary education by the year 2017. The Gross Enrollment Ratio or GER in India in
higher education is very low as compared to the world average. Strenuous efforts are required to reach our
goal of enhancing GER in India to 20 per cent by 2020. A massive expansion in higher education
through new institutions is also underway, alongwith efforts to improve educational standards, including
through undertaking structural reforms in the higher education system and using all available methods
to spread education. The National Mission on Education through Information Communication
Technology launched in February this year will create internet connectivity to about 20,000 colleges and
educational institutions. This initiative will, I am confident bring in the use of modern technology in
higher education in a more widespread manner.
Distance education offers an opportunity to those already in employment to upgrade their
knowledge base, so that they can more effectively contribute to the productivity of work in their organizations.
Studying, while in employment, also offers opportunities for enhancement of career opportunities. I am,
therefore, happy that IGNOU and the Indian Army have decided to work together to create a process of
certification of higher education of soldiers. Till now the skills that the Army personnel acquired while in service
were not reflected through any formal degrees awarded to them. I am happy that through this new
collaboration, they will get appropriate certification. This can be helpful in their work and to start a new
professional life at the end of their careers in the Army. I therefore, welcome this new initiative and
am pleased to dedicate Gyan Deep to the nation. Similarly, the Flexi Learn Platform which has also been
launched today is significant as it provides an opportunity for prospective learners to sample a
course before enrolling and thereby, help them in choosing appropriate courses and programmes.