Jain Vishva Bharati Institute
 
Directorate of Distance Education
All the programs of Directorate of Distance Education, JVBI, Ladnun are recognized by the Distance Education Council (DEC), New Delhi.
Jain Vishva Bharati Institute started correspondence courses from the academic session 1993.
 
Characteristics
  • Equal opportunities to all applicants without any discrimination of cast and creed.
  • Study material prepared by experts.
  • Study material available in both print and electronic media (with additional payment).
  • Constant evaluation and easy contact with faculty.
  • Exemption in the fee to Sadhus/Monks and Sadhvis/Nuns of any religious order. They are also provided examination facilities in the nearest Govt. recognised school in their chaturmas period.
  • Centres all over India.
 
Methodology, Sessional Work and Contact Classes
  • Admissions according to eligibility.
  • Study material provided.
  • Maximum five number of units per paper.
  • Exercise questions are available in each unit.
  • Two sessional assignments to be submitted (excluding M.A./M.Sc. (SOL, PM & Yoga)
  • Each sessional paper covers 30% at B.A. level & at 20% M.A. level and covers 15 marks at M.A./M.Sc. (SOL, PM & Yoga)
  • Sessional works marks are included in annual marks list.
  • 10 days contact classes for B.A. and M.A. student, at different centres of the country.
  • B.A. students (who have opted for SOL) to appear in practical examination just after the 10 days contact classes
  • 15 days compulsory contact classes will be organized at Ladnun centre for B.Lib. and I.Sc. students.
  • One month training & contact classes for M.A./M.Sc. (SOL, PM & Yoga).
  • Students who do not attend the one month contact classes will not be allowed to appear in the examination.
 

Exam Centres

       1. Assam-Guwahati

2.    Andhra Pradesh – Hyderabad, Secundrabad

3.    Bihar - Forvisganj, Patna

4.    Chandigarh

5.    Chatishgarh – Raipur, Rajnandgaon

6.    Delhi (Janakpuri, Krishna Nagar)

7.   Gujarat - Ahmedabad, Bhabhar, Bhavnagar, Palanpur, Patan, Surat, Vallabh Vidyanagar

8.    Hariyana-Bhiwani, Faridabad, Kalanwali

9.    Himachal Pradesh - Shimla

10.  Karnatka - Banglore

11.  Madhya Pradesh - Indore, Kalyanpura (Jhabua), Ratlam, Ujjain

12.  Maharastra – Kolhapur, Mumbai

13.  Rajasthan – Ajmer, Balotra, Banswara, Bhilwara, Bhinmal, Dausa,  Dewatu (Jodhpur), Didwana, Dhoulpur, Dwarapur (Alwar), Gangashahar,  Jaipur, Jalor, Jodhpur, Jayal, Kota, Ladnun, Laxmangarh, Mukundgarh, Nagaur,  Pilibanga, Rajsamand, Sanchore, Sardarshahar, Sikar, Shahpura, Udaipur

14.  Tamilnadu – Chennai, Coimbatore

15.  Uttrakhand - Kathgodam (Haldwani)

16.  West Bengal - Kolkata

 

 

 
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