Search
Fana Google

www.fanawatch.com welcomes you





Person With A Mission
Debate
Personalities
Conference
Controversy
Human Rights
States
Children World
Photography
View-Point
Reaction
Economy
Reminiscences
Gender
Monuments
Arts
International
Polity
Seminars
Books
Obituary
Law
Nation
Miscellaneous
Opinion
History
Elections
Society
Health
Documents
Science
Literature
Media Watch
Interviews
Religion
Muslim World
Profile
Education

Year 2006
Year 2007
Year 2008
Year 2009
Year 2010
Year 2011
Year 2012
 Home  About Us Feedback Photo Gallery Contact Us

Education
Last Updated: July 04, 2007
Online Admission Project for Open Schooling
By Our Staff Reporter

New Delhi, July 4 An online admission project 'Ni-On' of the National Institute of Open Learning was launched here today by Human Resource Development Minister Arjun Singh. The project, which is available for the first time in any open learning system in India, will facilitate the learners in directly accessing the National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS).

Under Ni-On project, NIOS has tailor-made '3' streams of online admissions for meeting the requirements of different groups of its potential learners. Under Stream-1, all the learners can access NIOS directly online through its website for the purpose of seeking admission. Stream-2 has been designed to save one year of all those who have been unsuccessful in CBSE, ICSE and Other recognized State Education Boards. Stream-3 of Online Admissions also caters to the learners covered by Stream '2' but allows them an additional advantage of appearing in On Demand Examination (ODE) at Secondary level only based on his or her state of academic preparation.

Learners of NIOS will be able to access Study Material Online. It is expected to improve academic intervention and delivery mechanism of NIOS substantially for the learners, thus improving its quality of teaching-learning process and overcome the digital divide that NIOS learners are facing so far. This is considered a major step to revolutionise the process.

 


Health
Debate
Polity
History
Literature
Languages
Nation
Technology
Controversy
Monuments
Youth
Media
Human rights
Terrorism
Elections
Books
Mishap
Arts
News
States
Environment
Economy
Education
Science
Gender
Conferences
Obituary
Society
Religion
Law
Personalities
International
Muslim World
Sports
Miscellaneous
Media
Year 2006
Year 2007
Year 2008
Year 2009
Year 2010
Year 2011
Year 2012
Home About Us Feed Back Contact Us
Copyright 2007 FANA Watch.com All Rights Reserved.