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About DOLLL

The Department of Lifelong Learning (formally Department of Adult and Continuing Education and Extension work) of Devi Ahilya University was established under central Government’s 20 Points programme during 1984.
It has been playing a vital role in taking university to masses. The Department has always taken special efforts to make its activities socially relevant, economically viable with a target-oriented approach. Department of Lifelong Learning offers various kinds of need based (short duration) Continuing Courses, which help creating employment opportunities for unemployed youth. The Department provides individuals the opportunity to learn at any stage of one’s life.
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Vision

    To be on top in providing lifelong learning opportunities for all.

    Mission

      Accepting the philosophy of lifelong learning as the part of total education program.

      Goal
      1. Strengthening process of human resources development through continuing education programmes.
      2. Strengthening process of self-learning society.
      3. Launching computer literacy programme. Emphasis would be on expending e-learning activities
      4. Conducting orientation programmes for Preraks of continuing education centers, NSS volunteers, members of Gram Panchayats to strengthen participatory democracy
      5. Establishing network to carry out activities on propagation of education in universal Human Values and preparing teaching/learning material
      6. Making people aware about population and also environment dynamics.
      7. Strengthening student counseling/ placement/career guidance center.
      Thrust
      1. Bridging the gap between formal and non-formal education.
      2. Reaching to the deprived groups for the purpose of providing educational opportunities.
      3. Providing learning facilities according to community needs, problems and issues.
      4. Matching educational content relevant to the learners and community needs.
      5. Attending to major development issues such as literacy, dropout and non- enrollment in primary schools. bonded labour, human right etc.
      6. Providing Vocational Education courses to generate employment opportunities