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IGNOU to offer add on courses

The Indira Gandhi National open University (IGNOU) Regional Centre Bhubaneswar on Thursday said it is planning to have a collaboration with Directorate of Higher Education of the Odisha Government to

Published: 22nd June 2018 01:55 AM  |   Last Updated: 22nd June 2018 06:02 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

BHUBANESWAR:The Indira Gandhi National open University (IGNOU) Regional Centre Bhubaneswar on Thursday said it is planning to have a collaboration with Directorate of Higher Education of the Odisha Government to provide opportunities to all UG and PG students of government and government aided colleges to enrol themselves in six-month certificate courses while continuing their study.

The IGNOU officials said the Secretary of Higher Education has given consent for this new initiative during a meeting with IGNOU Regional Director in May.  The Regional Centre has also started working with Skill Development Institute (SDI) Bhubaneswar.

“A proposal has been submitted to SDI for joint collaboration to offer some of the important certificate programmes of IGNOU, officials said, adding, “A similar proposal is also submitted to GM, ECoR for joint collaboration with IGNOU for implementation of certificate programmes for the officials of Indian Railway working at different level.”



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