The University of Kalyani was established in the year 1960 and has grown onto a comprehensive institution with strong bases of administration and qualified faculty towards the mission of advancement of learning and research.
The University, with the help of Distance Education Council, IGNOU and other Universities of West Bengal has launched Directorate of Open & Distance Learning (DODL) at Post Graduate level for the students who are otherwise deprived of higher education and as such serving as a light house of the learning persons of all ages and sex, particularly to such persons who for different reasons, cannot undergo the higher courses of studies as regular full time students.
The DODL of the University of Kalyani was established with a view to achieving, among others, the following objectives:
1.To make higher education available to persons who for one reason or others are not in a position to prosecute studies under formal programmes as regular full time students in academic institutions.
2.To make higher education available to all irrespective of age and place of residence particularly keeping in mind the need of the working persons and of those residing in remote areas.
3.To develop a system of education that is neither entirely separate from nor wholly independent of the formal full time campus system of education.It would form complement to the latter.
4.To provide a system of student centred,self paced learning. Emphasis is laid on the development of self learning study material which are specially designed and the students have to set their own methodology of learning with the help of various teaching/learning aids available.
5.To inculcate a sense of confidence in the mind of the students and to try to make them prepared for facing the adds of the competitive market.
6.To help students understand the true meaning of education.
Tender Notice : Notice Inviting Tender for upgradation of the computer laboratory of the DODL, University of Kalyani
Directorate of Open and Distance Learning,
Kalyani-741235, Dist. Nadia
Phone: (033) 2502-2212