School of Studies in Distance Education is the Distance and Continuing Education wing of Jiwaji University, Gwalior. Jiwaji University Gwalior was established on May 23, 1964, through M.P. Govt. Statute no. 15 of 1963.
Late Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan, the then President of India, established the base stone on eleventh December 1964 at a rambling grounds of more than 225 sections of land at Naulakha Parade ground.
This was a liberal commitment of the Scindia family, specifically Kailashwasi Maharaja Shrimant Jiwaji Rao Scindia and late Rajmata Shrimati Vijayaraje Scindia. The organization was initiated after the name of Kailashwasi Shrimant Jiwajirao Scindia as a standing dedication to his persona. The adage of the college is implanted in its logo Vidyaya Prapyate Tejah.
The scholastic exercises in the School of Studies in Distance Education grounds were begun with Postgraduate instruction and exploration in 1966 by building up Schools of Studies in Botany and Zoology.
This was trailed by the establishment of different Schools of Studies viz. Material science, Chemistry, Ancient Indian History, Culture and Archeology, Economics, Mathematics, Commerce and Management. School of Studies in Library and Information Science, Indira Gandhi Academy of Environmental Education, Research and Ecoplanning, Biochemistry, Earth Science, Political Science and Public Administration were added at later dates.
The MBA and BBA programs were likewise begun under the staff of Commerce and Management. BTM, MBA program in Tourism and Travel Management, and School of Studies in Languages have additionally come up.
The UGC supported Department of Adult, Continuing and Extension Education were set up a post-graduate course in Extension Education and Social Work.
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Establishment: Estd 1964
State: Madhya Pradesh
Phone 1: 7512442868
Phone 2: 2442630
Phone 3: 2442869
Phone 4: 2442615
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