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History and Scope of Distance Education

 
D.D. Aggarwal (Author)
Synopsis In the developed word the percentage of literacy is very high since long but due to change in methods of production and the increase in the quantum of knowledge in the world has made it very necessary that workers are acquainted with the latest developments in the field of industry and work. For this purpose it has been felt that there is a great need for distance education. In the developing world the percentage of literary is quite low and the developing countries are trying to make more and more people literate. But due to shortage of funds it is not possible to provide education for every man. The first target of the developing countries is to reach a level of literacy in the shortest possible time for the maintenance of standards in industry and for providing the stability to the democratic systems of Government. This is why more and more open schools and open Universities are being started by the Governments of the developing world, especially in India almost every state has an open university which caters to the people who did not get opportunity to go to the university due to financial considerations as well as other considerations. Similarly, the open schools are providing the opportunity to every school going child to get education through distance education. It is expected that the book will be found to be of immense use by the educational planners, administrators and the general public alike.
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About the author

D.D. Aggarwal

D.D. Aggarwal, born in 1933, had his schooling in Sonipat (Haryana) and graduation and post-graduation from Delhi. He joined Ministry of Railways through the IAS and Allied Services Examination and retired from there as a Joint Secretary. After retirement, he adopted writing books as his pastime and has already written many books, including Protocol in Ramcharitmanas and Protocol in Srimal Bhagwat (both in English and Hindi); India Ever Independent: Why only 50 Years; CBI and Policing in India since Vedic Period and Jurisprudence in India Through the Ages. In these books, the writer has tried to trace the respective modern systems in our ancient books viz., Vedas, Samritis, Puranas etc. The present book Protocol in Mahabharata is another link in that chain depicting all aspects of modern protocol – spiritual, social, political and administrative – existing in Mahabharata, an occan of contents of Hindu way of life in that era. The author is still busy in bringing out more works in that direction.

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Bibliographic information

Title History and Scope of Distance Education
Author D.D. Aggarwal
Format Hardcover
Date published: 19.10.2007
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Sarup & Sons
Language: English
isbn 817625780X
length viii+346p., Tables; Figures; Index; 23cm.