De Paul Finishing School
The De Paul Finishing School aims at preparing students for a bright life and career lying ahead. Started with the vision of enhancing employability among fresh graduates, it has grown over the years enriching its vision and practices to include training in all those skills, attitudes and values that are necessary for a meaningful life through successful engagement with oneself and the society at large. It offers enthusiastic students a bouquet of life skills, communication skills, teamwork, discipline and knowledge upgradation
English Training Program: An Overview
English has become the global language and people from different walks of life realize the significance of it. The prime objective of English Training Program is to enable the students of DiST to communicate in English.
The program is being conducted in an interactive manner. The students have a lot of opportunities to interact with each other and the trainer. The activities, which are planned in advance with the help of scientific research, are interesting and exciting, allowing the students to assimilate the structures and vocabulary subconsciously. The students engage themselves in different group activities like discussions and role plays supported by creative feedback. The feedback is given only after the completion of the activity to avoid interruption from the trainer which may affect the performance. However, the trainer extends his or her helping hand, if the situation demands so, even during the activity.
- Games: Certain games which would engage the students in communicating in English.
- Role Plays: The students are given different contexts and characters and they play their respective roles.
- Public Speaking: The students are trained in public speaking under the guidance of a trainer.
- Casual Interaction: The students are guided into practicing every day conversational language.
- Group discussion: The students discuss different topics to improve their interactive skills and creative thinking.
- Mock interviews: Mock interviews with feedback improve their ability to perform at interviews.
Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) - De Paul Campus, Angamaly
The courses being offered at present includes,
- Master of Social Work (MSW)
- Master of Commerce (MCOM)
- Bachelor of Social Work (BSW)
- Bachelor of Commerce (BCOM)
- Certificate in HIV & Family Education (CAFE)
- Certificate in Disaster Management (CDM)
- Certificate in Rural Development (CRD)
- Diploma in HIV & Family Education (DAFE)
- Diploma in Women Empowerment & Development (DWED)
- Post Graduate Diploma in Environment & Sustainable Development (PGDESD)
The University offers round the year walk- in admission. Most of the academic programmes being offered in both the cycle of admission i.e., January and July cycles. Admission to the academic programmes are under different modes i.e., through entrance examination, depending on the nature of the programme and without entrance examination. Admission notifications are issued in leading nationals and regional dailies for Walk in Admission during April – May for July session and August – September for January session. The detailed information on admission and application forms are available on the university website at www.ignou.ac.in . The filled- in applications are to be submitted to Regional Center, Cochin.
Modes of evaluation:
1. Students have to submit assignments without fail on or before,
a. March 30 to appear university exam held in the month of June &
b. September 30 to appear university exam held in the month of December.,
2. Assignment questions shall be downloaded from IGNOU website
3. Students are expected to collect the assignments after the valuation by the experts from the study centre
4. Students are requested to discuss about the assignment plan with rough copy during the time of individual conference.
5. An assignment without discussing with the field work supervisor in not entertained to submit.
6. There shall be reference with APA format after each answers.
FIELD WORK JOURNAL
For MSW students, 5 days orientation visit (Each year) + 45 days concurrent field work
For BSW students
25 days concurrent field work (Each year)
- Students should meet Field work Supervisor in person for the approval of Field Work Letter.
- Students are mandatorily requested to meet the faculty supervisors (De Paul) minimum 5 times to discuss about the field work progress, field journal report.
- Students who fail to meet faculty supervisors minimum 5 times (individual conference) shall not entertained to submit the journal.
- The individual conference shall be held with each faculty supervisor with the prior appointment in 5 fixed following timings: -
- Visit one: after the completion of 5 orientation visit in different settings. The evaluation of the orientation visit is based on the learning process and successful completion of the given format. Students are expected to submit a request letter to select the field work agency and begin the concurrent field work only after getting the signature in the 5 orientation visits’ report by the concerned field work supervisor(De Paul Campus)
- Visit Two: after the completion of the 10th day of your concurrent field work, students are expected to meet the concerned faculty supervisor to discuss about the progress of your field work. Please ensure that you get a signature on the 10th day from the concerned faculty supervisor
- Visit Three: after the completion of the 20th day of your concurrent field work, students are expected to meet the concerned faculty supervisor to discuss about the progress of your field work. Please get a signature on the 20th day of your concurrent field work
- Visit Four: after the completion of your 30th day please get a signature from the concerned faculty supervisor and discuss the further progress of your concurrent field work
- Visit Five: after the completion of 45th day of your concurrent field work, get a signature from the faculty supervisor and fix a day to make the final submission.
You have to submit FWJ on or before 2 months after university exam
- Students are requested to submit the FWJ on or before 2 months after the university exam
1. Students should take Project Proposal Approval from concerned allotted guide.
1. The contact classes will be on prefixed Saturday & Sunday, which will be informed through SMS
REGIONAL CENTER CONTACT DETAILS
INDRIA GANDHI NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY
Regional Centre Kaloor P.O., Cochin-682017
IGNOU Main Website www.ignou.ac.in
RC Cochin Website: rccochin.ignou.ac.in
STUDY CENTRE CONTACT DETAILS
Study Centre Name address code: De Paul Campus Angamaly, 14119
Mobile no: 9496282336
Email Id: email@example.com
Office Timing; 9.30am- 5.00 pm (Monday to Friday)