Directorate of Distance Learning (DDL)
Directorate of Distance Learning (DDL) is a part of MDEG and is committed to provide quality vocational education through Distance Mode.
Understanding the characteristics of successful distance learners is necessary to help identify strategies that are highly effective for a successful distance learning experience. It will be important to determine if learning occurs differently via distance. It is necessary to identify processes teachers use to customize the learning experience and assess innovative instructional processes to identify which best help students learn. Its important to diagnose problems that learners encounter in terms of time and place, along with how the required use of technology affects their motivation. It is also important to determine student expectations for credit courses and why they do not take advantage of distance learning opportunities. It is more important to determine expectations for professional improvement than it is to determine expectations for personal enrichment. It will be important to determine participation and completion rates and assess outcomes of vocational education through Distance Mode.
Directorate of Distance Learning will take necessary steps to evolve strategies to promote vocational education through Distance Mode and take steps to make it a life-long process of learning system.
All the Vocational Education courses are One Year Certificate Courses. Exams will be conducted in non-semester mode in the prescribed format. The Examination will be conducted in the written format and once the student passes the exam the certificate will be issued mentioning that the student has passed through Distance Mode.