Special Correspondent

GUNTUR: The Centre for Distance Education of Acharya Nagarjuna University will offer Master in Education programme from the current academic year (2010-11), the Vice-Chancellor Y. Haragopal Reddy said on Thursday.

At the Core Committee meeting of the CDE and Advisory Committee, the Vice-Chancellor said that the New Delhi based Distance Education Council had released Rs.15 lakh for implementing Information and Communication Technology (ICT) by introducing e-Learning and e-Journals for the students.

Meanwhile, eight committees have been formed to keenly monitor the Admissions, Administration, Under Graduate Courses, Post-Graduate courses, Study Centre, Research, Conduct of Examinations, and Grievances. The 14 academic councillors would be members of these committees. Multi-media Compact Discs would be given to the students as part of e-Learning and e-Journals. A tatkal system also has been introduced for the applications into various courses. Examinations of the CDE courses would begin on June 6 and the hall tickets and Centre details had been placed on the website of the CDE at www.anucde.com.