The School of Distance Learning and Continuing Education (SDLCE) of the Kakatiya University (KU) has been granted permission to continue with courses offered by it for two more years. For academic year 2018-19 and 2019-20, the permission has been extended.
Presently, the SDLCE is offering a total of 25 courses including PG, UG, post graduate diploma, diploma and certificate courses in distance mode through as many as 147 centres in the State.
While interacting with media groups, Director of the SDLCE, Prof Ch Dinesh Kumar said, “the Kakatiya University (KU) has been accredited with A grade of the NAAC with 3.36 CGPA, the DEB has allowed us to continue with the offering the courses in the distance mode for two more years.”
Prof Dinesh said, “The interface with regard to giving permission to the new courses will be conducted by the DEC, tentatively in April or May. We expect permission for more courses as we have proposed to offer job-oriented courses.”
He added,“Several applications requesting granting permission for setting up the study centre are lying at our office. After careful examination, we may give permission for 20 more study centres for the academic year 2018-19.”