Courses Archive
  • Make a career in TV anchoringMake a career in TV anchoring

    Television, today, has become our first stop for news, sports and entertainment, and, as a viewer, you are spoilt for choice. And with TV news channels mushrooming by the day, the demand for anchors and reporters has only increased.

  • IGNOU launches five new courses on gender and developmentIGNOU launches five new courses on gender and development

    The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) has launched five new courses on gender and development commencing July, an official said Tuesday.

  • Opting the road less travelled by after PUC10 offbeat courses after 12th standard

    Here you are, at the crossroads. You have finished your 10+2, and are on a hunt for the course that best suits your taste and chances in the future. A good number of students choose Engineer, Medicine, Management or IT after their PUC. But there are other offbeat, yet interesting, courses too. Here is a collection of 10 of them. Check them out.

  • One-year MBA back with a bang at IIMsOne-year MBA back with a bang at IIMs

    Successful placements result in increased admissions this year

  • Now, get a degree in classical TamilNow, get a degree in classical Tamil

    In a first-of-its-kind initiative, the Central University of Tamil Nadu in Thiruvarur will offer an MA programme in Classical Tamil Studies from the next academic year.

  • CBSE introduces new elective in mass media this yearCBSE introduces new elective in mass media this year

    In pursuance of its policy of expanding the choice of subjects available for students and enhance their employability opportunities, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to introduce Mass Media Studies as an elective subject at the senior secondary level (Class 12) from the current academic year.

  • A course to help women get back to work after sabbaticalA course to help women get back to work after sabbatical

    Gurgaon: Women who often grapple with re-joining work after a sabbatical now have help on hand, courtesy a course offered by a business school here.

  • IGNOU launches full-time MBA courseIGNOU launches full-time MBA course

    New Delhi: The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) Wednesday launched a two-year Master's course in Business Administration (MBA) programme in corporate governance, an official said.

  • XIMB to roll out Global Management Programme from SeptXIMB to roll out Global Management Programme from Sept

    Kolkata/ Bhubaneswar: Xavier Institute of Management-Bhubaneswar (XIMB), one of the premier B-schools in the country, has decided to roll out a one-year Global Management programme from September this year.

  • Paid internship in professional studies in HaryanaPaid internship in professional studies in Haryana

    Chandigarh: The Haryana government has decided to provide paid internship to students of professional courses in different sections of the school education department in the state.

  • A course seeks ways to tackle IslamophobiaA course seeks ways to tackle Islamophobia

    New York: To deal with the spurt of hate crimes against Muslims that have seen a 17-fold increase post 9/11 terror attacks in the US, a course will be offered here to identify the issues that encourage such crimes.

  • IGNOU launches programme in watershed developmentIGNOU launches programme in watershed development

    A new programme on watershed management has been launched by the Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU), an official said.

  • Uniform commerce curriculum for Class XII from 2012Uniform commerce curriculum for Class XII from 2012

    A uniform core curriculum for the commerce stream at +2 level across school boards is expected to be implemented by 2012, the Council of Boards of School Education (COBSE) decided at its meeting on Tuesday in Ajmer. The draft of the curriculum has been readied by COBSE and will now be circulated amongst school boards for their views.

  • ISB launches certification course for CIOsISB launches certification course for CIOs

    In an attempt to help chief information officers (CIOs) align with their companies better, Hyderabad-based Indian School of Business (ISB) has introduced a new course, called Global CIO Certification Programme, in association with the CIO Association of India.

  • IGNOUIGNOU introduces on-demand examination system

    New Delhi: Students at the Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) will now have the freedom to choose the date and venue of their term-end examination with the introduction of 'On-Demand-Examinations'.

  • Now, Mathematics outsourced to India

    A school in UK has become the first to outsource its teaching to India where around 100 tutors from Punjab will give one-to-one lessons to 11-year olds who have fallen behind in Math.

  • With govt, industry least bothered, IIM-A scraps policy course

    IIM Ahmedabad’s post-graduate programme in public management & policy (PGPPMP) has been discontinued for the year — perhaps for longer.

  • Look who is teaching at B-schools?Look who is teaching at B-schools?

    Aamir Khan, Shahrukh Khan, Katrina Kaifa, Ranbir Kapoor are roped in to teach at IIMs

  • IGNOU, Manipal lead distance education rankingsIGNOU, Manipal lead distance education rankings

    In a survey conducted by Careers360, IGNOU and SMU emerge as the top distance education institutes in India

  • Become a 'high-flier'Become a 'high-flier'

    Flying institutes are tailoring courses to enable corporates and the well-heeled clients to fly

  • IIM-K revamps course, sets trendIIM-K revamps course, sets trend

    IIM-K is revamping its flagship programme with tips from Stanford, Harvard and MIT

  • SMU-DE Launches MBA in Banking & FinanceSMU-DE Launches MBA in Banking & Finance

    Sikkim Manipal University Distance Education (SMU-DE), the country’s leading distance education institute has announced the launch of a new course that of MBA in Banking and Finance. The course is aimed at graduates and engineers who would want to be at par with a fresh MBA and who would typically join the banking sector as assistant mangers.

  • IIM-Lucknow launches new professional courseIIM-Lucknow launches new professional course

    New Delhi: In a joint initiative with Hughes Communications India Limited, the Indian Institute of Management Lucknow (IIM-L) launched a new programme to equip professionals with management skills in all economic environments.

  • IGNOU to teach urban governanceIGNOU to teach urban governance

    New Delhi: The Indira Gandhi National Open University has come up with new courses in rehabilitation psychology and urban governance to create skilled manpower and train professionals.

  • More professional courses from IGNOUMore professional courses from IGNOU

    New Delhi: An executive MBA, eight new finishing school courses and a B.Sc. IT for international market programme are now on the list of offerings at the Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU).

  • IGNOU to start textile coursesIGNOU to start textile courses

    New Delhi: In a bid to meet the demand for tailor-made courses in the textile industry, Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) will soon offer specialised degree courses as well as short-term programmes in the field.

  • IIM-A developing sports management courseIIM-A developing sports management course

    Gandhinagar: The Indian Institute of Management-Ahmedabad (IIM-A) is developing a course for the management of sports organisations, an official said. IIM-A director Samir Barua said that the one-week course would be offered from the current academic year.

  • Learn a foreign language. Speak, read, writeLearn a foreign language. Speak, read, write

    Former Indian Prime Minister P V Narasimha Rao spoke Urdu, Marathi, Kannada, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Sanskrit and Oriya with a fluency akin to a native speaker. That's not all. He also spoke foreign languages like French, Arabic, Spanish, German, Greek, Latin and Persian. How many do you speak?

  • IGNOU launches course on food safetyIGNOU launches course on food safety

    New Delhi: The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) is going to start a two-week appreciation course on 'Food Safety and Quality' with the help of the Quality Council of India (QCI) and the School of Agriculture.

  • IGNOU to start certificate programme in water harvestingIGNOU to start certificate programme in water harvesting

    New Delhi: Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) will start a certificate programme in water harvesting from this academic session to train people in techniques of water harvesting, a university press release said.

  • Creative eye: Get equipped to teach artLearn to teach sculpting, drawing at Jamia

    The art courses on offer by the Faculty of Fine Arts in Jamia Millia Islamia encompass various short-term and long-term student needs.

  • For a career in crime research, head to Delhi's NICFS

    For those interested in the field of investigation and crime research, a Master’s degree from the Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Narayan National Institute of Criminology and Forensic Science (NICFS), in Rohini, will provide a career edge.

  • Semester system will make study abroad easySemester system will make study abroad easy

    The implementation of the semester system in the Delhi University is part of a larger scheme of academic reforms mooted by the University Grants Commission in its 11th Plan proposal. “The semester system goes beyond a time-format.

  • CMC ties up with Toonz to offer industry-relevant coursesCMC ties up with Toonz to offer industry-relevant courses

    Thiruvananthapuram: Toonz Academy, the training arm of city-based animation company, Toonz Animation India, Tuesday entered into a strategic alliance with CMC Limited, the education consulting division of Tata Consultancy Services.

  • Three year animation course by MAACThree year animation course by MAAC

    To meet the exceeding demand of animators in the country, Maya Academy of Advanced Cinematics (MAAC), with India's open university IGNOU has begun a degree course in Bachelor of Arts in 3D Animation and Visual Effects.

  • IGNOU starts four new coursesIGNOU starts four new courses

    New Delhi: The Indira Gandhi National Open University has started four new vocational courses beginning from this year's July session.

  • Six Professional Courses in HumanitiesSix Professional Courses in Humanities

    For those who want to thumb their nose at conventional education choices, there are plenty of opportunities today. Humanities can offer fun, career growth, and high levels of achievement. Here are six exciting and challenging careers in humanities.

  • Twinning courses: Get the dual advantageTwinning courses: Get the dual advantage

    Twinning programs offer the best of both worlds. You get to study abroad without the prohibitive cost of foreign education.

  • Aviation: Five challenging careersAviation: Five challenging careers

    With Indian airspace getting busier by the day, careers in aviation are mushrooming too. Let's quickly scan through some of them.

  • For a career in crime research, head to Delhi's NICFS

    For those interested in the field of investigation and crime research, a Master’s degree from the Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Narayan National Institute of Criminology and Forensic Science (NICFS), in Rohini, will provide a career edge.

  • Semester system will make study abroad easySemester system will make study abroad easy

    The implementation of the semester system in the Delhi University is part of a larger scheme of academic reforms mooted by the University Grants Commission in its 11th Plan proposal. “The semester system goes beyond a time-format.