Distance Education

Distance Education

CORRESPONDENCE / DISTANCE / ONLINE EDUCATION:

This is the second form of education in India as recognised by the UGC (University Grants Commission) and is considered as alternative education. Students who cannot afford the regular college fees or are working will no attend college full time but will be able to complete their 3 years Bachelor Degree (Graduation) or 2 years Master Degree (Post Graduation) after completing 10+2 years of education from a pre-university college through distance education mode. The names correspondence or distance or online education are all the same and it is basically a method of continuing University education from the comfort of their home or workplace. The main objective of this method of education is to increase the reach of education to all aspirants anywhere in the world.

Corvyd Solutions is an information centre for this method of education for various UGC recognised renowned Universities across India like Jain Univesity, Annamalai University, Praxis Business School, Mewar Univeristy, Jaipur National University, Suresh Gyan Vihar University (SGVU), Venkateshwara Open Univeristy and premium B-schools of India like IIM Kashipur, XLRI, MICA, SP Jain Mumbai to name a few. Various universities offer various couses like Bachelor Degree, Master Degree, Diploma courses, PG Diploma courses and other short term certification programs also. We at Corvyd provide you the best guidance and help you select the right program to enhance your skills with an eye towards your corporate growth. All the courses are delivered by experts and experienced professors from reputed Universities. Candidates must attend all the lectures to gain in-depth knowledge about the subjects and this will help improve your domain knowledge in the field in which you are working.

We at Corvyd can help you with free guidance and creating a tailor-made roadmap for you which makes it easier for you to reach your goal. Do feel free to chat with us or drop in for a free counselling session and get a complete guide on your road map to realize your dreams.

Distance vs Regular Education

In regular or conventional education the University is located in the same place as the student. In this mode the student does not have the option to work and study but attends every day classes in a college affiliated to the university. The University must be recognized by UGC. The same university can provide education on a distance mode with the UGC approval.

Distance Education simply means imparting education from distance. Here the University is located in a place away from the student's location. Universities offer many Programs for Distance Education in Bangalore as part of its effort to provide education to the students who for various reasons cannot join the formal education stream.

Basically there is no much difference between distance education and regular education when you are studying with reputed Universities. In both the cases the university must be recognized by UGC. In fact distance education has more advantages than regular education. In distance mode, students have the opportunity to work and study. They attend classes on weekends or in the evening or online.

One may think that in distance education the knowledge acquired is less that the regular mode but gaining of knowledge depends upon the student and not the University or the college. In distance mode, the university provides the student with study materials which are less in volume as the students are working and will not find much time to study. But the university never says that the student should not study beyond the study materials. There are reference books, week end classes, online classes from the University which all put together will be enough for any candidate to gain as much knowledge as he wants. The biggest advantage in distance education is that the student can implement the knowledge gained in the classroom in real life.

So one should not bear the impression that students who have studied through distance education are less meritorious than the regular students.