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Indian Journal of Open Learning

2004 Volume 13, Number 3

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Number of articles: 8

  1. Quality of Continuous Evaluation System through TMA in the B.Ed Programme of Bangladesh Open University: A Critical Analysis

    Selina Akhter, Bangladesh Open University, Bangladesh

    Abstract: Tutor marked assignment (TMA) holds an important position in the continuous evaluation system of open and distance education. However, questions about quality of continuous evaluation... More

    pp. 254-267

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  2. A Comparative Study of Personality of Chinese and Indian Distance Learners

    P.K Biswas, Indira Gandhi National Open University, India; L.H Yeung, Open University Hong Kong, SAR China, Hong Kong

    Abstract: The major objectives of the present study were (i) to assess vanous personality traits of a group of Chinese and a group of lndian distance learners, (ii) to examine whether the distance ... More

    pp. 279-281

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  3. Programmes for Professional Development in Distance Education: Perceptions and Views of International students

    C.R.K Murthy, Indira Gandhi National Open University, India

    Abstract: An attempt is made in this paper to find out learners'perceptions and feedback on various aspects of two professional development in distance education programmes of IGNOU in general and ... More

    pp. 283-291

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  4. Networking and Collaboration in Open Distance Education

    Sanjay Gupta, Madhulika Kaushik & Suresh Garg, Indira Gandhi National Open University, India

    Abstract: The ODL system has come of age and acquired a new dynamism through the applications of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in the field of education. With declining state... More

    pp. 292-303

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  5. Teaching Banking and Finance Online: A Case Study

    Milind Sathye, School of Business and Government, University of Canberra, Australia

    Abstract: The objective of this paper is to identify the challenges that online teaching and learning involves, with particular reference to the online teaching of banking and finance. A case study... More

    pp. 303-312

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  6. Programme Evaluation Under Open Learning System: An Evaluation of CLD Programme of IGNOU

    Narayan Prasad

    Abstract: Owing to absence of direct interaction between the teacher and the taught under distance education mode, the quality of the learning in terms of its presentation, language, content and... More

    pp. 313-322

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  7. GATS and Higher Education: A Case for Reform

    M Rajesh, Indira Gandhi National Open University Regional Centre, Karnal, India

    Abstract: Globalisation of education has become an enduring reality not only in the field of trade in goods but also in the field of trade in services. Fields such as education that were earlier... More

    pp. 323-334

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    Ananda Padhan & C.R.K Murthy

    pp. 351-354

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