Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) is going to launch four new courses for the new
Delhi University’s Indraprastha College of Women (IPCW) is opening a centre for media skill development and training from this July which will offer intensive short-term courses on radio jockeying, TV show production and graphic designing. The courses will range from three weeks to six months.
The centre will be self- financed, and experts and senior journalists from the media industry are expected to deliver the guest lectures. The principal added that both male and female candidates can enrol themselves for these courses, as they off slightly off-campus training.
There are 30 seats for the course available on first come first serve basis, and not based on entrance tests.
Dr Babli Moitra Saraf, Principal, IP College for Women has said, “The opening of the centre will coincide with 20 years since the introduction of the Bachelor of Multi-Media and Mass Communication (BMMMC) course. An option for on-demand special courses has been kept open.”
The college also plans to introduce a new course BSc (Honours) in Environment Sciences from the next academic session. The proposal has received a positive response from the University.