When the Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) was founded in 1985 as a modest institution to promote distance education, there was no Internet. But it has reaped in a big way the technological whirlwind that expanded across the world over the next two decades. For the institution that serves more than 18 lakh students in India and 32 overseas countries through 21 schools, 58 regional centers and 1,804 study centers, digital media technologies are a big boon.
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