Thursday, June 14, 2018

NCWEB: इस बार कड़ी टक्कर, 1.8 लाख ऐप्लिकेशन

दिल्ली यूनिवर्सिटी के नॉन कॉलिजिएट विमन एजुकेशन बोर्ड (NCWEB) को इस बार 1 लाख 80 हजार के करीब ऐप्लिकेशन मिले हैं। पिछले साल के मुकाबले यह बहुत ज्यादा है। 2017 में बोर्ड को शुरुआत में काफी कम रिस्पॉन्स मिला था और इसलिए डीयू ने इस बार इसे लेकर पूरा ध्यान दिया है। बोर्ड में लड़कियों के रजिस्ट्रेशन ज्यादा से ज्यादा हों, इसके लिए डीयू के पोर्टल में इसे मेन फॉर्म के साथ जोड़ा किया गया था। 
लड़कियों की एजुकेशन को प्रमोट करने के लिए डीयू में शुरू हुए एनसीडब्ल्यूईबी में अभी 26 सेंटर हैं, जो डीयू के अलग अलग कॉलेजों में चलते हैं। बैचलर्स लेवल में यह बीए प्रोग्राम और बीकॉम कोर्स चलाता है। बोर्ड दिल्ली के स्टूडेंट्स के लिए है, यानी उन स्टूडेंट्स को फर्स्ट ईयर में ऐडमिशन मिलता है, जिन्होंने दिल्ली से ही पिछली क्लास पास की हो। सालभर में बोर्ड में 55 क्लासें होती हैं। सेंटर्स में संडे और छुट्टी वाले दिन साल में 55 क्लासेज होती है। सेंटर्स में इन स्टूडेंट्स के लिए एक्स्ट्रा करिकुलर ऐक्टिविटीज भी होती हैं। 

प्रफेसरी के लिए 2021 से पीएचडी जरूरी

नई दिल्लीयूनिवर्सिटी में सीधे असिस्टेंट प्रफेसरबनने के लिए अब पीएचडी जरूरी होगी। एचआरडी मिनिस्टर प्रकाश जावडेकर ने बताया कि 2021 से ये व्यवस्था लागू होगी। हालांकि कॉलेज में असिस्टेंट प्रफेसर बनने के लिए मास्टर डिग्री के साथ नेट या पीएचडी का नियम बरकरार रहेगा। 

Recognizing and treating the Degrees/Diplomas/Certificates awarded through distance mode at par with the corresponding awards of Degrees/Diplomas/Certificates obtained through the formal system of education

Post Graduate Diploma in Information Security (PGDIS)

Post Graduate Diploma in Information Security (PGDIS)

This PG Diploma in Information Security (PGDIS) (With an exit option of PG Certificate in Information Security (PGCIS) after successfully completion of first semester) programme has been designed to bridge the gap in the awareness and competency required by various categories of people as the users of Internet and various IT enabled services about deeper aspects of Information Security, responsible use and management of IT services. This is a PG Diploma level programme with an exit option of PG Certificate in Information Security (PGCIS) after successfully completion of first semester and 32 credits of worth. Student can complete this programme in minimum period of one year or the maximum period of three years.

The programme aims at imparting:
  • To spread awareness of information security and protection.
  • To provide protection and security to personal data and to built data oriented infrastructure in the companies.
  • To raise high professional ethics in the individuals and students towards providing information security.
  • To experiment and learn the skills and techniques needed for providing protection and security to our information.

DU admission 2018: Apply for diploma in cyber security by June 30

DU admission 2018: The course will teach students about vulnerability assessment and penetration testing, and will teach students to check the resilience of systems in the face of data breach, hacking and privacy.

Delhi University has extended the last date of registrations by three weeks for those applying to Post Graduate Diploma in Cyber Security and Law until June 30. Officials said that this was to give applicants, who were unaware of the new course beginning this year, more time to apply.
“This is the first year we have started the course, so not many students are aware of it. We also got a few requests from applicants asking the same,” explained Sunaina Kanojia the officer on special duty at the Institute of Cyber Security and Law, who added that around 900 students had already applied.

Innovation club for IGNOU students

PUNE: Indira Gandhi National Open University has invited its Pune region students to join an Innovation Club at the regional centre in Senapati Bapat road

"We have set up Innovation Club at Regional Centre Pune with an objective of inculcating a culture of innovation by creating a network of innovators. The club is called as InnovationClub@Pune. As a course of action, it is envisaged that we need to take innovation and innovative approaches up to grass root level. This innovation club shall have members from Faculty, students, Innovators etc," said Masood Parveez, senior regional director in a written statement.

The main objectives of the club are to generate awareness about creativity and innovations in the ODL system, identify the grass-root innovations by the faculty and the students of the ODL system and create a network of innovators and create a culture of innovation. The activities of the innovation club mainly include but are not restricted to the following; Brainstorming to seek solutions for an indentified problem,Presentations/talks of innovative concepts, Demonstration/showcasing of innovative products, Seminars etc. The activities may be augmented as per the requirement, said the official note.

IGNOU organizes Vigyan Jyoti Programme to motivate girl students in the field of Science and Technology with DST

11 June, 2018
School of Sciences, Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) has organized a 21 Days Residential Programme for Class 12th Girl students under Department of Science Technology, Govt. of India sponsored Vigyan Jyoti Project “Breaking Stereotypes in the field of Science and Technology for Girl Students through Motivational Guidance". The inauguration function was held on 29th May 2018 at Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Convention Centre, IGNOU Headquarters located in Maidan Garhi, New Delhi and the programme would conclude on 18th June, 2018.
IGNOU is one of the 15 nodal centres across India chosen to implement the Vigyan Jyoti programme. The programme aims to motivate young girl students to take up science, engineering and technology as their career. 30 girl students studying in class 12th in different government schools from NCR were selected on merit basis.

IGNOU launches Master of Arts in Development Studies; Online Admissions Open for July Session

IGNOU launches Master of Arts in Development Studies; Online Admissions Open for July Session

13 June, 2018
IGNOU's School of Extension and Development Studies (SOEDS) has launched Master of Arts (Development Studies) (Code: MADVS) from July 2018 session. MADVS programme is meant for development professionals across the sectors and for fresh graduates interested in pursuing career as a development professional, informed, Programme Coordinator, Prof. P. V. K. Sasidhar.
This 2 year program can be pursued by any graduate having degree in any discipline.
Programme Objectives:
  • To impart knowledge on various aspects of development studies.
  • To train qualified human resources in the professional area of development studies.
  • To develop professional skills in formulation, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of development projects and programmes.
Who Can Take Admission:
  • Fresh graduates seeking career as development professionals.
  • Development functionaries like village, mandal, block, municipal & district development officials.
  • Civil servants of state & central Governments.
  • Employees of the development institutes, research organizations, NGOs & corporate social responsibility divisions.
For Further Information, prospective students can contact nearest IGNOU Regional Centre or could reach out to the Programme Coordinator, Prof. P. V. K. Sasidhar through e-mail at or on mobile at 9910050413.

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

BPP Programme of IGNOU

3,000 more schools selected for setting up Atal Tinkering Labs

NEW DELHI: The NITI Aayog on Tuesday announced an additional 3,000 Atal Tinkering Labs to be set up in schools across different parts of the country under the Atal Innovation Mission (AIM).

The government's policy think-tank said there would soon be a tinkering lab in every district of the country.

"NITI Aayog's AIM has selected 3,000 additional schools for the establishment of Atal Tinkering Labs (ATLs), bringing the total number of ATL schools to 5,441," it said in a statement.

The selected schools will receive a grant of Rs 20 lakh spread over the next five years to establish such labs.

"These additional 3,000 schools will greatly expand the reach of the ATL programme, increasing the number of children exposed to tinkering and innovation and providing access to the young innovators of India to technologies like 3D printing, robotics, Internet of Thigs (IoT) and microprocessors," said Ramanathan Ramanan, Managing Director of Atal Innovation Mission.

The Atal Innovation Mission (AIM) is the government's flagship initiative to promote a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship in the country.