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Indian Journal of Open Learning

2005 Volume 14, Number 2

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Development of Learner Friendly, self-explanatory Audio Lessons for Medical Transcription

    Janardan Jha, Manipal Academy ofHigher. Educalion, Manipal, India

    Abstract: This paper reports the detailed steps in the development of audio lessons for medical transcription (MT) with the help of Indian as well as international students and also visiting... More

    pp. 117-123

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  2. 'Objectives' in Educational Literature: A Critical Overview

    Sanjaya Mishra, Indira Gandhi National Open Universiv, New Delhi, India

    Abstract: Objectives are inherent component of educational transactions, and have been in use explicitly since the early days of instructional design. The usage of objectives in education has... More

    pp. 125-138

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  3. Skills for Development: A Study of Vocational Programme in Livestock and Poultry through Distance Mode

    abu Nasar Rahman, A.K.M Shah, M.d Alam & Shaful Alam, Bhangladesh Open University, Bangladesh

    Abstract: The aim of the present study was to find out the vocational skills in Certificate in Livestock and Poultry (CLP) programme being effectively delivered in open and distance learning (ODL) ... More

    pp. 139-150

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  4. Distance Learning: Assessing its Potential in the Field of Bioinformatics

    Rahul Gupta & Pallavi Dixit, Indian Institute of Information Technologv, Allahabad, India

    Abstract: Although distance-learning programmes have been available in many areas of education for more than a century, the rapid proliferation and popularity of the Internet has given great... More

    pp. 151-157

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  5. Attendance in Personal Contact Programmes and Examination Performance of Distance Learners

    Neelofar Khan, University ofKashmir, Jammu & Kashmir, Srinagar, India

    Abstract: In the Indian context, personal contact programmes (PCPs) are considered as significant academic input in the distance and open learning system of education, especially in situation of... More

    pp. 159-164

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  6. Counselling in Distance Nursing Education - Perception of Learners, Counsellors and Programme Incharges

    Pity Koul, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi, India

    Abstract: This study reports an investigation into the perceptions of learners, counsellors and programme incharges regarding the counselling sessions for the B.Sc Nursing programme offered by the ... More

    pp. 165-174

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    Kran Bansal, Senior L,ecturer, EMPC, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Dclhi 1 10068, lndia; C.R.K Murthy, Coordinator of the Workshop and Reader in Distance Education, STRIDE, IGNOU, New Delhi 1 10 068, India; C.R.K Murthy

    pp. 179-182

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