Comparison Between Distance Learning and Regular Education
Now, we will talk about Distance Education and Regular basis Education mode. So, please read it carefully. If you are doing and you want to do any course both of these. Then before taking admission in this course. You should know about all that, as to how long the duration of the course is. Also, related to fees structure and benefits of this course in your future time. There is a distance education course provided by UGC( University Grants Commission) and DEB( Distance Education Bureau).
If you want to get benefits for future opportunities. So, first of all, you should get information about all that. Distance Education Course is beneficial for those students who are not able to go more outside from their home for any reason. Therefore, if you do not also go outside for a regular mode of education. Then there is an opportunity available in front of you. It’s up to you whether you will get it or not.
Regular Education mode is also good. In that course, attendance is compulsory for all students. There are attendance criteria before sitting in examination time. However, there are some projects activities for regular learning education students.
Distance Education and Regular Education both are important for students who want to make their future bright through Education. Because when they are educated then they can do their own business and any job easily. But if they do not have any knowledge then you can not do anything in future time. Because at the present competition is very tough for getting a job in some sector. But in pandemic time Distance Education mode is very useful.
But if you have more experience and more skills in your hand. Then the job will come near you. That is why you should make yourself more creative and skills. Then you can do anything good in your future.
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What is the fees structure of Distance Education and Regular?
In comparison, if you see the fee structure of both. Then you can see Distance Education mode fees structure is more affordable according to the Regular Education mode. There is some difference in both course structure fees. It’s up to you what course is affordable and suitable for you.
How long are the duration of the Regular course and Distance Education course?
The duration of the course depends upon your course. If you take admission in UG then the duration of the course is 3 years for regular and distance both modes. But if you take admission in PG then your course duration will be for 2 years and last you can take the exam for 5 years.
There are more distance education learning courses that provide more Universities that are approved by UGC and DEB Universities.
Are there any future benefits or career opportunities?
Yes, there are more benefits of doing Distance Education studies and Regular Education studies. Because if you are Educated then you will be able to spread Education everywhere. Then our country will be making Educated. And you can do any business according to your course-related business. For example, if you are doing a journalism course.
Then in the future, you will get a job in the journalism line. That is why this is a must for you. Also, if you do not get any job in government and many private sectors for any reason then you can do your own business through your skills. And you will not have to wander anywhere to get a job.
Is it UGC and DEB approved and Any counseling?
Yes, both courses are UGC and DEB approved. Also, before taking admission they provide you free counseling for the students.
I hope you will understand about the Distance Education course and Regular Education mode and there are more streams available for the students. Hence, As a comparison, what you like to do and take admission in this course depends upon you. But the course is suitable for you. By which you will get benefits in your future time.
UG – Courses
- BA – (Bachelor of Arts)
- BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration)
- BCA (Bachelor of Computer Applications)
- B.COM -(Bachelor of Commerce)
- BJMC (Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication)
- BLIS (Bchelor of Library and Information Science)
- BSC (Bachelor of Science in Commerce)
- BSW (Bachelor of Social Work)