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LEARNING SKILLS DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION (LSDE).
ACTIVITIES TO BE CARRIED OUT BY STUDENTS UNDER LSDE (DURATION 80 HRS.)

  • Pursue the goal of Education for all and help to enroll as many as possible people (minimum one, Compulsory) to the Secondary or Senior Secondary class under the NIOS or any other state level education program.
  • Provide them with probable help in all direction in pursuing their learning process through various options available, online or class room training.
  • Creating notes and handouts preparations and training them in achieving the goal.
  • Select the desired Skill Development Education program and attend training sessions at the training center or through the e-learning mode.
  • Log on to the website of the department and perform as per the guidance.
  • Select a course online which best suits to you
  • Complete the courses of your choice for minimum 80 hours.
  • Appear for the online examination and gain the merit certificate.
  • Take a printout of a certificate.
  • Participate in Field outreach activities

Prepare a report of the project undertaken by the student while carrying out the extension education, field works, with full details and the attainable benefits to the society, for which the activities have been undertaken. . This can be submitted either online or in hard copy together with the certificate printout

FIELD- OUTREACH ACTIVITIES (Duration 40 hrs.)

Each student has to participate in field outreach activity for minimum 40hrs including preparation hours as mentioned below:

1. Seminar, Campaign

2. Audio-visual show (video clips, power-point presentation)

3. Preparations of posters, pamphlets & banners

4. Skit and any other form of presentation.

The above mentioned field outreach activities should be organized by a group of maximum 50 students only, at nearby school, NGO, Temple place, Hospital campus or any other appropriate area which suits with the activity (with the due permission of the authority of the said place) where the people can be easily gathered and managed. Please do not organize these activities on road / footpath creating traffic problems.

The purpose of the field out-reach activities of 40 Hrs. is to dissemination of skills and information learned by the students, under 80 instructional hours of in-house learning, to the society.

The methodology of instructions is more learner-oriented and the instructions are through Electronic Learning Mode; through CBT rather than face-to-face communication. ALL THESE MODULES ARE AVAILABLE ON OUR E-LEARNING PORTAL AND THE SAME IS AVAILABLE AS LEARNING RESOURCE FREE OF CHARGE:

In order to derive with the full potential of the programme and to benefit with the maximum facilities to the students, the mode of instructions and the methodology has been categorized into three parts.

  • Scheme A

Students opted for ‘Scheme A' will have full access to the course contents on our E-Learning Portal and they will have to complete the courses opted on self-learning mode and on completion of the 80 hours of online access they will be directed to an online test for proficiency of the courses enrolled and they will be awarded with the certificate as per the Specimen I. This programme is totally free for all the Extension Students those who register for it.

  • Scheme B

Students opted for ‘Scheme B’ will have full access to the course contents on our E-Learning Portal and they will have to complete the courses opted on self-learning mode. In addition they will have additional features in learning assistance for the complete course study materials by guidance through Chat, Assignments, wiki and e-mail mode and on completion of the 80 hours of online access they will be directed to an online test for proficiency of the courses enrolled and they will be awarded with the certificate as per the Specimen II. This programme is available with a small fee, say Rs.800 (proposed), to cover the incidentals in assistance, as may be approved by the University, for all the students those who register for it.

  • Scheme C

Students opted for ‘Scheme C’ will have full access to the course contents on our E-Learning Portal and they will have to complete the courses opted on self-learning mode. In addition they will have additional features in learning assistance for the complete course study materials by guidance through Chat, Assignments, wiki and e-mail mode and hands-on training in our Computer Laboratory for practical sessions. After completion of the 80 hours of online access and practical in the lab they will be directed to an online test for proficiency of the courses enrolled and they will be awarded with the certificate as per the Specimen III. This programme is available with a Laboratory fee, as mentioned in earlier page (proposed), to cover the incidentals in assistance and for laboratory sessions, as may be approved by the University, for all the Extension students those who register for it.