IGNCA introduces 5 PG Diploma and 6 Certificate Courses in Art, Culture and related subjects

Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA) has decided to introduce five diploma and six certificate courses in art and culture and related subjects, an official release said today.
The basic aim of these courses is to design and develop content exploration system to intensify culture learning and visualisation. It employees modern digital tools, techniques, and methodologies to achieve the intended purposes.
This initiative attempts to make India’s ancient knowledge and achievements accessible on a multimedia platform, the release added.
The PG diploma evening courses introduced in the academic year 2018-19 are in Cultural Informatics, Preventive Conservation, Buddhist Studies, Digital Library & Data Management, Manuscriptology and Palaeography.
The deadline for submission of applications is July 10. Course details, fee structure are available on IGNCA’s website.
The six certificate courses to be introduced shortly are Academic Integrity and Research Ethics; Open Access for Library and Information Science Professionals; Open Access for Researchers; Digital Library and Information Management; Research Methodology; Cinema Studies and Cultural Documentation.
The courses will provide an opportunity to scholars, researchers and the students to develop modern management techniques and professional approach, so far lacking in the art management field to project the rich art and cultural heritage of the country on a global platform.
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