Amity School of Distance Learning (ASoDL) stands for high quality cost-efficient management learning. It has been catering to the educational needs of thousands of students and working professionals across India, since last 6 years.
Continuing with this endeavour, Amity School of Distance learning (ASODL) organized its 14th bi-annual meet to start their new session and confer advance diplomas on MBA and PGDBM students at Amity Campus, Noida .The ceremony started with the traditional lighting of the lamp followed by Saraswati Vandana.
Maj. Gen. (Dr.) Surender Kumar, Chairman (ASODL), while delivering the key address asserted the importance of distance learning in today’s fast paced world and said, “Distance Education is a fast developing concept. With this the less successful ones would become more successful and the successful ones could reach the zenith. Hidden potentials, dormant talents, aptitude, interests, and aspiration can be developed to the fullest through Distance Learning. Continuous learning and updating knowledge has now become essential more than ever before. It is a must to keep pace with the dynamic demands of all professions.” He congratulated all the students who have made a discreet choice of joining distance learning education.
Extending a warm welcome and awarding advanced Diplomas to the students, Dr. Ashok K. Chauhan, Founder President, Ritnand Balved Education Foundation (RBEF) said that life is very busy and one needs to grow fast. In today’s world experience and qualification both run in tandem. You cannot do without either so distance learning is the need of the hour. It provides you with an opportunity to enhance your qualification without snapping your ties with corporate world. He suggested the students to aim higher in life and to prepare a roadmap to reach the pinnacle of success. He further added, “The University ensures that Amitians should have an edge over other students by providing them with best learning environment, competent and dedicated faculty, meticulously designed curriculum and an optimum infrastructure.”
A brief outline about the programmes under Distance learning was provided by the officials of ASODL. During the occasion, study material was distributed amongst the students. New students were familiarized with teaching methodology, course curriculum and projects to be undertaken during the course. They were introduced to the culture and traditions at Amity. The function saw extensive interaction between the students and the management.