About Lifelong Learning and Extension Department

The Department of Lifelong Learning and Extension (DLLE) was established on Oct12, 1978 and has been recognized as a Statutory Department of the University of Mumbai. It is functioning under the Board of Lifelong Learning and Extension to create skilled and learned human power through its various degree level programmes and skill development programmes.

The DLLE with diverse academic and technical resources supports the communities based extension work activities in collaboration with its specific mandate to work for the less privileged sections of the society and our efforts are to extend educational programs that will enhance and improve the quality of life of such groups with the central objective of “reach to unreached”. Hence many students of our college have taken part in this activity and served the society.

The Students enrolled for extension work projects and perform various activities for the social awareness based on various problems in the society such as Save Girl Child, Pollution, Aids, Global Warming, Environment, Tree Plantation, the importance of Education, Illiteracy, Child Labour and so many. The students creating awareness about the social problems through different activities such as street play, exhibitions, poster making, seminars and conferences.

Mission and Vision :

The third dimension of extension is aimed at promoting a meaningful and sustained rapport between the colleges and the community. To deepen the teachers’ and students’ knowledge through wider exposure to real-life situations through a variety of programmes.



Events and Activities

Essay Writing, Poster Competition, Street Play, short film making program and Participated in UDHAN Festival.

Every year students enrolled for DLLE has to spend 120 hours to complete 1 year.

Benefits of DLLE

A DLLE extension work student who takes part in the Extension Work Project would be a college-level student. Being an active member, these students would have the exposure and experience to be the following:

  • Development of a sense of responsibility towards society.
  • Different programmes help students to face life and its challenges.
  • Development of employ-ability skills
  • Students of DLLE get 10 grace Marks for one year as it is one-year activity.

Mr Somnath S. Sanap is an extension work teacher of DLLE in Annasaheb Vartak College.