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Angela Said:

Tell me @ sugar Technology -colleges in maharashtra, distance learning colleges?

We Answered:

Maratha Vidya Prasarak Samaj's College of Engineering,
Udoji Maratha Boarding Campus,
Gangapur Road, Nashik-422013.
Maharashtra.
Tel: 0253- 2317016
Fax: 2571439 ,2582891
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.ndmvpcoe.org

Courses :
B.E / B.Tech: Mechanical Engineering (Seats:60), Instrumentation Engineering (Seats:40), Computer Engineering (Seats:60), SUGAR TECHNOLOGY (Seats:20), Electronics & Tele Comm. Engg. (Seats:60)

Oscar Said:

I want a list of distance learning colleges offering MBA in indore M.P.

We Answered:

Do MBA from RAJA BHOJ UNIVERSITY

Gilbert Said:

Are there any distance learning colleges that offer fully accreditted degree courses with no examinations?

We Answered:

hi Robin

I'm ever so sorry to disappoint but I don't think so. Sometimes there are at MA or MSc level but it would be very rare, exceptional really, at undergraduate level. All universities in the UK have to be externally examined - in other words, have lecturers from other universities scrutinise the course - and I don't think that externals would be happy with a just-coursework course. Their question would be, of course, how do we know that the student can actually do this work themselves? And the university would be hard pressed to answer this.

If I were you, I would try and address the exam problem. Why not take a look at the range of excellent study skills books on Amazon? In my experience, some students decide that they are 'bad at exams' and then this becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. In a really extreme case, you can get a student who is so sure that they will fail badly that they don't do any revision as it's a 'waste of time' - and then hey, guess what, they do fail! Often, all it takes is a little confidence and some efficient study techniques to turn themselves around. Take a look at some books, the really good advice on the OU website (I study with them too) and see what you can do to help yourself.

I wish you every success with further studies.

Calvin Said:

How and why are distance learning colleges charging as much as physical colleges/universities?

We Answered:

Those schools are businesses - they're trying to make money. Most physical colleges are non-profit; they're just trying to break even at the end of the year after paying their bills, they aren't trying to make more money than that. That's why distance and online schools often charge so much - they have many of the same expenses as 'real' schools but want to make more money than they do.

Irene Said:

Have many people had problems with distance learning colleges?

We Answered:

I am currently doing a higher certificate in financial management and it can be a problem, with most distant learning colleges you pay in advance and therefore you have to be sure of what you choose, cause they will not easily part with any money you've paid over already and the other thing they don't inform you about at the time of enrolment is that you going to pay loads more during the time you study, pay for exams, pay for this pay for that. If it wasn't a quarter cheaper than any uni i would love to change. I don't think it is the best way to study either

Billy Said:

What are some good colleges that offer distance learning?

We Answered:

Here are some good Web sites. Look for schools that are regionally accredited. Good luck to you!

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