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Admission & Enrollment Policy

Admission Policy:

Certificate Courses:

The certificate courses are non-credit courses.

    • Admission Criteria:
    1. For the certificate courses, in general, the minimum qualification required for enrolment is SSC/O-levels or its equivalent.
    2. In some cases, the criterion may be altered based upon the requirement of the subject and the suggestions of the department. In such a scenario, the department needs to provide additional parameters, such as language proficiency or a preliminary subject related qualification, etc., in order to further define or add to the eligibility criteria.
    • Course Duration:
    1. The certificate courses are of three (03) non-credited hours.
    2. Every week, the learners will spend six (06) hours in receiving instructions, reading lessons, doing activities, etc., which, for eight (08) weeks, add up to 48 hours of studies in total.
    • Assessment Criteria:
    1. They will be graded through ongoing course assessments (minimum four (04) quizzes and two (02) assignments/activities).
    2. At the conclusion of the course, a certificate of completion will be given if the learner has completed all the mandatory activities assigned.

Diploma and Advanced Diploma Programs:

The diploma and advanced diploma programs are credited courses.

    • Admission Criteria:
    1. The minimum qualification required for enrolment in a diploma is HSSC / A-Levels or equivalent.
    2. For advanced diploma, the admission requirement will be minimum 14 years of education (ADE/BA/BSc or equivalent). Furthermore, in any specialised diploma/advanced diploma programs, the departments may specify additional criteria, such as any earlier qualification in the domain or any practical or professional experience in the subject.
    • Program Duration:
    1. A diploma program spans over 04 months’ duration (01 semester) comprising of five (05) courses in total.
    2. Each course is of 48 teaching/learning hours. For every course, in every week, the learners will spend three (03) hours in receiving instructions, reading lessons, doing activities, etc., which, for sixteen (16) weeks, add up to 48 hours of studies in total.
      • Collectively for all the five (05) courses, the diploma program is of 240 teaching/learning hours across four (04) months.
    1. An advanced diploma spans over 08 months’ duration (02 semesters) comprising of 10 courses in total. In each semester, five (05) courses will be offered.
    2. Each course is of 48 teaching/learning hours each. For every course, in every week, the learners will spend three (03) hours in receiving instructions, reading lessons, doing activities, etc., which, for sixteen (16) weeks, add up to 48 hours of studies in total.
    3. Collectively for all the ten (10) courses, the advanced diploma program is of 480 teaching/learning hours across two (02) semesters.
    • Assessment Criteria:
    1. In diploma/advanced diploma courses, learners will be graded through ongoing course assessments, i.e., formative and summative assessments (minimum four (04) quizzes and two (02) assignments/activities and a terminal exam).
    2. If a learner fails to pass in any of the subjects, (i.e., secure a minimum 60% marks in every subject), then the learner will have to repeat the failed subject in order to be awarded the diploma/advanced diploma.

Uploading of Degrees / Certificates / Documents:

Prospective learners for certificate, diploma and advanced diploma programs will be required to upload scanned copies of their previous qualifications. These documents must be uploaded as pdf files on the Web Platform.

Access to Content:

Payment of the fee is mandatory prior to the commencement of the certificate/diploma/advanced diploma courses. A learner will be able to access the course content only after his/her fee payment status is confirmed.

Switching/Transfer of Diploma and Advanced Diploma Courses:

No switching or transfer of courses from one program to another will be permitted.

Enrollment Policy:

  1. For a course to be launched, a minimum number of 20 learners must be enrolled.
  2. If more than 100 learners are enrolled in a certificate course and more than 50 learners are enrolled in diploma/advanced diploma, two (02) separate tutors will be assigned to teach/manage the said course. However, the maximum number of enrolled learners can be made flexible in case only a few tutors for the said course are available.
  3. The university reserves the right to withhold the offering of any course for any reason. In such a case, all fees paid by the learners will be refunded.