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Institute of Life Long Learning (ILLL): An Innovative Initiative

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Institute of Lifelong learning (ILLL), Sakshat Portal and Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) have shown University’s concern about spread of education and has further strengthened the belief that learning is not restricted to an age, or classroom or university but it is an all pervasive function, happening in all circumstances at all moments. DU had been facing severe challenges due to quick multiplication of knowledge in the dynamic environment, outdated syllabi and learning material, lack of infrastructure and laboratories. To counter these challenges, University introduced the ILLL with major focus on teacher training, development of e- learning material and delivery systems, introducing innovative pedagogy and developing courses, content and curricula.The Institute provides a hybrid model for training the teachers, using a judicious combination of face to face exchange and web based delivery, made possible by internet technology. The Institute has been striving to develop state-of-the-art infrastructure to help students and staff to develop quality managerial, administrative and communication skills. Virtual Learning Environment is a unique and innovative initiative of University to provide innovative content for foundation/ discipline & application courses in form of videos, links, MCQs, Quizzes and e- labs. It also offers work opportunity as interns/ fellows for students and faculty, content writers and technicians to provide cutting edge technology in integrating classrooms across all locations.  Both print and online content is available for numerous courses in both English & Hindi with aids from experts and technicians [like for Commerce FYUP] It also seeks to identify the role of various target groups involved in imparting education and build up a data base of information made available in self-instructional interactive packages for the program ‘Train the Trainer’ The details for application for fellowship can be checked at – Image Credits: Another program of ILLL, Sakshat – the National Mission Education is a momentous opportunity for all the teachers and experts in the country to pool their collective wisdom for the benefit of every Indian learner and, thereby, reducing the digital divides. The content however limited yet, the very idea university going online for the benefit of students and staff is being warmly welcomed and the graph is expected to rise to great heights. For further detailed information log on to]]>

Mridul Sharma is a final year B.Com (Honors) aspirant from DCAC, a patron of meaningful cinema and good soft music and has deep love for writing. He is more of a poet, feels whatever he writes and writes to understand what he feels, a little better. Currently, the Associate Web Editor at DU Beat, he is looking forward to his final year and can be contacted at [email protected]

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