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The University has finally completed its first phase of preparation of SIM course material for all its IT, Management, Hospitality, Mass Communication, Paramedical courses that cover its 90% students. At the beginning of the semesters the students are supplied the Self Instructional material prepared as per its syllabi and curriculum. The Learning materials are easy to read and understand and it is much better than the books available in open market, since it is specifically designed keeping the PTU DEP students in mind. This SIM material has a special provision to maintain and retrieve notes and, inline question, exercises at the end of each chapter, glossary and a very reader friendly language that make them very interactive and enjoyable.
In its second phase of preparation of Learning Materials the University has converted its Self Learning Text Bases Material into Computer Bases Tutorials. The gist and essence of the text books are converted to digital frames that are embedded with animations, movies, graphs, inline questions and are interesting to go through. The University has also prepared a video based CBT with voice over for its subject of Communication of soft skill
The University is committed in propagating the importance of Communication and soft skills irrespective of the stream chosen and has especially introduced this subject as compulsory paper in the first semester of each course. The course has added a new dimension to the personality development of the students who enroll in distance education from diverse backgrounds. In this semester, the University has provided free of cost a 12-hour computer bases tutorial in this subject that covers grammar, presentation skills, group discussion technique, personality development, spoken English etc. A series of workshop on this subject are continuously organized for new students to make them abreast of the requirements of the Industry and to impart skills like presentation skills etc.