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Short Term Courses offered by University of Delhi
Submitted by Arjun on 12/06/2009 - 12:54 PM
The University of Delhi, which is one of the leading institutes of higher education in India, is providing various short-term courses for both Indians and Foreigners in the country. Candidates who want to take up these courses can register either for January to April session or October to mid December session. Candidates desiring to pursue short term course in the Delhi University would have to enroll at least three short term courses.

Short Term Courses that are available at Delhi University are :

    * Indian Economy after Independence
    * History: Modern India I
    * History: Modern India II
    * Indian Music
    * Indian Literature
    * Literature (translated into English) in an Indian Language (Bengali/ Oriya/ Kannada/ Tamil).
    * Politics in India
    * Indian Literature in English
    * Introduction to Sanskrit Literature
    * Introduction to Sanskrit Language
    * Science and Technology in India
    * India Environment: Past, Present and Future
    * Imagining India: A Visual Perspective.

The course fee for each of the courses that would include instructions, courses material, local field visits etc. is Rs. 20,000 or equivalent US$. The course fee however would not include travel, boarding or lodging costs. The University would facilitate arrangements for boarding and lodging, but would not take any responsibility for the same.

The primary objective of the Delhi University short-term courses is to provide insightful introduction to the different aspects of history and culture of India.
Short Term Courses offered by University of Delhi
Submitted by Nancy on 22/07/2013 - 05:02 PM Reply
 As per My knowledge:

NEW DELHI: From mid November Delhi University’s Department of Adult, Continuing Education and Extension will start eight short term professional courses. The courses to be introduced had already been approved by Delhi University’s Vice-Chancellor. 

The new short term courses to be introduced by the DU are in the field of Science and Sports Journalism; Counseling and Guidance; Travel and Tourism; Psychological Assessment for Competency Building; Forensic Probing; Volunteer Management; Public Interest Litigation and Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine. 

All the eight courses to be introduced from mid-November will be of three months duration, the course fees will be Rs.1500 for each course. The minimum qualifications prescribed for taking up these short term courses is class XII pass and the last day for submission of admission forms is 30th October.  

The classes for these courses will be held in the afternoon twice a week, after regular classes are over.  

According to the Head of the Department Mr. N.K. Chaddha, the course is not only restricted to students studying at the university but is open to all including working people wanting to enhance their professional skills.

He further said that these courses will be different from similar courses run by other colleges as more than 1/3rd emphasis will be on practical also the course fee is very low in comparison with similar courses offered by other educational institutes.


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Submitted by Nancy on 22/07/2013 - 05:02 PM Reply
What is the Duration for courses at University of
Submitted by Karthikraja on 06/07/2009 - 05:41 PM Reply
Hi Arjun,

Such a lot of short term courses are provided at University of Delhi, mostly with regard to Indian History, music and its Technologies. Please tell me about the duration of the courses?.

Submitted by Karthikraja on 06/07/2009 - 05:41 PM Reply
Duration for courses at University of Delhi
Submitted by Arjun on 06/07/2009 - 05:46 PM Reply
Duration of short term courses in University of Delhi :

The course duration is of 10 weeks, roughly 40 hours of teaching which will consist of classroom lectures, field visits, performances, demonstrations and guest lectures.

Each student will need to enroll in at least 3 of the courses offered by University of Delhi.

The maximum number of courses for which a student can enroll is five (5).
Submitted by Arjun on 06/07/2009 - 05:46 PM Reply
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