calendar>>November 12. 2013 Juche 102
Tele-education Service Popular in DPRK
Pyongyang, November 12 (KCNA) -- The tele-education service given by Kim Chaek University of Technology is becoming popular in the DPRK.

The tele-education college, which began operating in October Juche 99 (2010), now gives service to more than 150 units in 20 subjects ranging from basic subjects to management of factories.

Workers and technicians of any job and in any place can enjoy the service anytime.

They can skip school terms in conformity with their ability.

Lectures are given in different ways including real-time interlocution and video screening.

The video screening makes it possible for learners to take lectures anytime.

The tele-education college accepts its entrants in disregard of ages, scholarly attainments and jobs.

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