Method of Instructions
Study Material :
The course material is designed in such a manner that it will provide the students a general understanding of the subject matter and also gives guidance for further reading of the subject. The material covers about 80 to 100 percent of the syllabus. Hence, the students are also advised to refer the suggested readings for elaborate understanding of the subject. The course material includes the model question paper and some suggested readings for the benefit of the student.
SUPPLY OF STUDY MATERIAL: Study material will be supplied by the following Three ways:
1. Material will be issued on the spot at CDE office for those who submit applications in person at the CDE office.
2. Material will be sent by post for those who send applications by post. CDE is not responsible
for delay or non-delivery of material sent to the address given by the candidate. Hence,
candidates are advised to give clear address with Door No and area Pin Code.
3. Material will be issued through Study Centres for those who submit applications through
the Study Centres. It is the responsibility of the student to collect the material from the
The course material is designed in such a manner that it will provide the students a general
understanding of the subject matter and also gives guidance for further reading of the subject.
Contact Program and Weekend Classes :
Weekend classes will be arranged on Saturdays, Sundays and other Public Holidays depending on the enrolment.
Weekend classes will be arranged on Saturdays,
Sundays and other Public Holidays depending on the enrollment and as per the schedule given
in the academic calendar. Students should be in touch with
the study centre for knowing the Time table and other details. Separate intimation will not be
sent regarding the commencement of contact classes.
The Weekend / Personal Contact Programme (PCP) has been so designed to help the learners to attain some sort of orientation and guidance regarding the method of learning and provides condensed class room counseling to cover the important and difficult topics of the course. The students shall bear in mind that PCP is not meant for covering the entire syllabi of the course and only the major topics shall be covered. These programmes are also intended to provide adequate provision for discussing the students' difficulties relating to their subjects with the respective counselors.
The services of the experienced faculty members of the university and the affiliated colleges are utilized to impart the theoretical foundations and practical knowledge related to the respective courses. Since it is a self learning process the learners are advised to come prepared to these classes with some basic understanding of the concerned topic so that the guidance given by the Counselor would enrich their subject knowledge and also enable them to go for further intensive reading.
The Centre will make no hostel/boarding arrangements and the students have to make their own arrangement for attending these classes.
1. If adequate number of students are not enrolled, the University reservers the right to withdraw
2. If adequate number of students are not enrolled in any particular study centre, they will be
allotted to other study centres where the course is offered.
3. Students are advised to consult the study centre before applying for any course regarding
the availability of that course in that study centre.
4. Arrangement of classes is subject to the enrollment of minimum number of students for a
particular course and in a particular centre.