The Department of Lifelong Learning and Extension [DLLE] (known earlier as Department of Adult and Continuing Education and Extension). The department is committed to providing basic education to the masses.
The DLLE with the diverse academic and technical resources supports the communication-based extension work activities in collaboration with its specific mandate to work for the less privileged sections of the society and our efforts are to extend educational programs that will enhance and improve the quality of life of such groups with the central objective of “reach to unreach”.
The Extension work projects facilitates the sensitization of the student to the socio-cultural realities, the Department offers for the student, extension work projects encompassing social issues. There are six types of Extension Work Projects are being offered by the department under the two different units for enhancing the employability and IT skills of the student. The projects are as given below:
I. Vocational Career Oriented Projects
II. Community Oriented Projects
|1. Career Project [CP]||1. Population Education Club [PEC]|
|2. Industry Orientation Project [IOP]||2. Survey of Women’s Status [SWS]|
|3. Anna PoornaYojana [APY]||3. National Institute of Open Schooling [NIOS]|
The course is of 120 Hours. After the completion of120Hours students are entitled for a benefit of 10 grace marks for which they are entitled to prepare a report of the project undertaken by the student while carrying out the extension education, field works, with full details and the attainable benefits to the society, for which the activities have been undertaken. This can be submitted either online or in hard copy together with the certificate printout.
Every year the DLLE department organizes the annual extension work festival titled ‘UDAAN – The Flight of Extension’. In this student participate in poster competition and street plays.
Each student has to participate in field outreach activity:
- Seminar, Campaign.
- Audio-visual show (video clips, power-point presentation).
- Preparations of posters, pamphlets & banners.
- Skit and any other form of presentation.
The above mentioned field outreach activities should be organized by a group of maximum 50 students only, at nearby school, NGO, Temple place, Hospital campus or any other appropriate area which suits with the activity (with the due permission of the authority of the said place) where the people can be easily gathered and managed. Please do not organize these activities on road / footpath creating traffic problems.