Notice- Special lecture "Self Realization: Science of Biopsychology" (March 28, 2017)
Committee for Holi festival
Report - "Digital Payment Lieracy and Cyber Security"
Time-Table of M.A. in Lifelong Learning IInd and IV Semester
First Selected Students list of Radio Broad Casting Coure 2016
List of Germany Visited Students Record
List of enrolled students (Year wise and Category wise)
Notification- Nodal Officer for Admission (2017-2018)
List of Ph.D. Candidates
Ani-Ragging Committer and Sexual Harassment Committee
M.Phil Time table 2016-2017
Time table of M.A. in Life Long Learning and Extension 2016-2017
List of Ph.D. enrolled students
List of M.Phil. enrolled students
Notice date of Extended for admission forms short-term course " Radio Broadcasting"
Short-Term Course on Radio broadcasting
Notice for Germany Visit
ELPC result for January -March 2015
The Department of Adult, Continuing Education and Extension had its beginning in the Adult and Continuing Education Cell in 1976. It was upgraded in 1982 as the Centre for Adult, Continuing Education and Extension with the aim of planned involvement of the university and colleges in community extension activities. The department was accorded statutory status as a full-fledged department in 1985, under the Faculty of Social Sciences. It offers a one-year full-time Post- M.A. Diploma in Adult and Continuing Education since its inception.
The Department introduced the concept of Continuing Education Programmes to meet the variety of educational needs of college youths and community. Under these programmes, various short-term courses were launched. Five short-term courses are being offered in 2010-2011. These are add-on courses for students and other interested people. The extension activities of the department are mainly focused on educational interventions to create awareness among communities about various social issues related to their life. The department also provides opportunities to conducting surveys, data collection and pursue research activities. The department has brought out reading materials on various issues, including for neo-literates. Documentation and dissemination of teaching-learning materials has also been one of the functions of the department.
Apart from teaching and extension, the department has a Ph.D. programme which is interdisciplinary in nature and related to contemporary educational thinking. The Department has expertise in providing training programmes for functionaries working in various sectors of social development.