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The Institute of Life Long Learning (ILLL) at Delhi University (DU) will be decentralised

education Updated: Mar 02, 2011 09:55 IST
Hindustan Times

ILLL to get decentralised
The Institute of Life Long Learning (ILLL) at Delhi University (DU) will be decentralised, as smaller versions of the learning centres in 12 colleges are about to be set up.

According to DU Vice Chancellor Dinesh Singh: “It will be a two-way learning procedure where students will be giving their inputs on the provision of the learning material.”

The 12 colleges where ILLL centres are to be set up will be chosen on the basis of the competence of the college with respect to information and communication technology along with their ability to provide additional inputs to the institute.

Colleges which have been selected will also be influential in involving the students in the procedure of content creation.

Amity’s new programmes
From this academic session, there will be 12 new programmes offered by Amity University. These are BA (hons) philosophy, politics and economics, BSc textile design, BA (hons) Sanskrit, BTech- solar and alternate energy, PG diploma in radio broadcast and radio management, MA economics, MTech embedded systems technology, M Tech- information security and cyber forensics, MTech- robotics, MA Sanskrit, MA development studies and Master of social work.

F-Tec rolls out new courses
F-Tec will start multi skill courses in the areas of IT, retail management, banking and finance from this session.