Hi all,
In these days we can see most of the institutes offering the distance education program, i want to know whether distance education qualification really helps us or not?
Or it is just a money making part of these institutes.
Because in many vacancies it is mentioned that they only want full time candidates.
hence i request all the seniors and experts here that pls. help me in clearing the confusion.

From India, Mumbai

Dear Friend,
Universities offering distance educational programs is not just for money making. This concept has been brought in by the government for students who keep switching places and for students who are drop outs and cannot afford to study in big universities for various reasons.....
According to my perception, distance learning programs do not add value to one's profile. only full time course and correspondence course have weightage.....
Therefore i recommend you that do not opt for distance learning programs....
Ankit Chaturvedi

From India, Mumbai

Hi There,
I would say that Distance learning is recommended for those who are currently working and want a degree to add on to their qualifications.
There are many good institutes offering distance education with some part time classes on the weekends.
Distance education is also preferred by those who cannot afford full time MBA courses.
And it is not the case that all the companies are looking for full time MBAs, there are many companies which give preference to people with experience and expertise. If you have the learning ability, i wish you all the success....

From India, Delhi
without knowing more points of interest, it's difficult no doubt however I do realize that - relying upon your individual conditions - a few people have possessed the capacity to do separate training through our state supplier while living in another state or notwithstanding living abroad. I'm almost certain you can (or you used to have the capacity to!) through the OAC's separation ed program in SA as well. Nor is Qld however or NSW! I unquestionably can't see any reason at all why a private separation ed supplier would have any issue with where you live, pretty much the length of your folks continue paying your school charges on-time! The issue you *might* hit is whether you need your instruction to be state supported/openly financed - it might (likely) be that the NSW dept of training declines to pay for you to do remove ed unless you make them mitigate conditions that keep you from going to a NSW government funded school.
From Pakistan, Karachi
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