New Delhi: On January 13, 2011, Indira Gandhi National Open University's (IGNOU) Vice-Chancellor V N Rajasekharan Pillai said that the university is devoted to conserve and promote Hindi language. Further, he said that keeping in mind the government policies about the conservation of Indian languages; they leave no stone unturned to publish most of their courses in Hindi.
Furthermore, Mr. Pillai said that the sudden spurt in the number of programmes offered by the university coupled with a dynamic approach towards education, training and capacity building has produced 11 lakh professionals in last 25 years. In addition, he said that the central government has announced that the current decade (2010-2020) is that of innovation and the country aims to strive towards an overall sustained development.
Moreover, Mr. Pillai informed the sources that it also focuses to reach the peak in the field of education and development. Their university is well established in this case, he added. Besides, he told the sources that the university is equipped with 61 regional centers and 3500 study centers. It is the flexibility and diversity of the programmes offered by the university which has deemed it the status and attracted such a large pool of students, he added.