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Skill for Empowerment: Break the Cage: Challenges for Open and Distance Learning
Bangladesh has made some great strides in promoting gender equality in the education sector by managing to close the gender gap in gross and net enrolment ratios in primary and secondary education. However, this success ...
Can Recruitment, Success, Gender Equality and Retention Rates be Enhanced in Vocational Fisheries Education with a Shift in Delivery Mode to ODL
Bangladesh Open University has been offering a certificate programme on fisheries namely Certificate in Pisciculture and Fish Processing (CPFP) through its School of Agriculture and Rural Development from January 1998, ...
Open and Distance Learning: A Catalyst for Women empowerment in Nigeria National Open University of Nigeria as Case study
Open and distance learning education has come of age in Nigeria. For over a decade, National Open University of Nigeria (N.O.U.N) remains the only one-mode university in Nigeria. Education is the bedrock of women empowerment, ...
The Role of TVET in Developing Skills for Kenyan Rural Women through Open Learning: A Case of Samburu Women at Coastal Region
The modern girl’s dream is to live and work in an urban locality regardless of her background. This reverie is based on the perception that an urban setting has so much to offer including better education, dream job and ...
Gender, Skill Development and Employability: The Context of Open and Distance Learning Perspective in India
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL) and Open University Malaysia (OUM), 2016-11)
Skilled human resource is pivotal to social and national development. However, access to skill development opportunities is unequal across caste, gender and different socio-geographical locations. No doubt, various ...