Department of Lifelong Learning and Extension

By conducting these courses, the Department has played a vital role in meeting the challenges of high incidence of illiteracy, large unemployment and tradition-bound attitude of the masses which constitute formidable obstacles in the path of programmes. The main aim to conduct these programmes was to produce not only skilled and unskilled labour, but also a good quality of workforce. These courses develop and enrich the potential of local human resources, particularly women and disadvantage groups, so that they can start their own enterprises. This helps in uplifting their social and economic status in the society. While devising these courses, a special emphasis has been given to local needs, locally available material, existing skills of the local groups and new skills, knowledge and techniques. Emphasis had also been given on women segment of the society, so that women are able to start their own business, thereby increasing their family income. To make theses programmes successful, the Department has always interacted with the community to understand the problems of the local people. These programmes were specially developed to provide training in crafts, both as a hobby and as a means to economic betterment. The Department has adopted new approach in establishing links with the society through these programmes, which are need-based, flexible and cater to a large number of people with diverse needs.


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