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INDIRA GANDHI NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY (IGNOU)
STUDY CENTRE – 2863
Indian Centre for Advancement of Research and Education

ICARE Complex, P.O.: HIT
Haldia, Purba Medinipur
West Bengal-721657

Study Centre Contact Nos:
03224-255843
09474816988 (co-ordinator)     

Courses Offered: 

1. Management Programme (MP)

2. Master of Computer Applications (MCA)

3. Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA)

4. Bachelor of Library and Information Science (BLIS)

5. Post-Graduate Diploma in Intellectual Property Rights (PGDIPR)

6. Post-Graduate Diploma in International Business Operation (PGDIBO)

7. Diploma in HIV and Family Education (DAFE)

8. Certificate in HIV and Family Education (CAFE)

9. Certificate in Human Rights (CHR)

10.Certificate in Teaching of English as a Second Language (CTE)

11.Bachelor Preparatory Programme (BPP

 


Courses Details: 
 

1. Management Programme (MP)

Starting its operation in 1987, the School of Management Studies today offers a wide range of courses. The School follows a system of course-wise registration in its management programme.

In the management programme semester system is followed as: January to June and July to December. The following courses are on offer in First and Second Semesters respectively. The students should opt for those courses only which are on offer during that semester.

January-Semester:

 

SI. No

Course Code

Course Title

1.

MS-1

Management Functions and Behavior

2.

MS-2

Management of Human Resources

3.

MS-3

Economic and Social Environment

4.

MS-4

Accounting and Finance for Managers

5.

MS-5

Management for Machines and Materials

6.

MS-6

Marketing for Managers

7.

MS-7

Information systems for Managers

8.

MS-8

Quantitative Analysis and Managerial Applications

9.

MS-9

Managerial Economics

10.

MS-10

Organizational Design, Development and Change

11.

MS-11

Strategic Management

12.

MS-91

Advanced Strategic Management

13.

MS-95

Research Methodology for Management Decisions

14.

MS-100

Project Work (equivalent to two courses)

15.

MS-21

Social Processes and Behavioural Issues

16.

MS-22

Human Resources Development

17.

MS-23

Human Resources Planning

18.

MS-24

Employment Relations

19.

MS-41

Working Capital Management

20.

MS-42

Capital Investment and Financing Decisions

21.

MS-43

Management Control System

22.

MS-51

Operations Research

23.

MS-52

Project Management

24.

MS-53

Production/Operations Management

25.

MS-54

Management Information Systems

26.

MS-61

Consumer Behaviour

27.

MS-62

Sales Management

28.

MS-63

Product Management

29.

MS-64

International Marketing

30.

MS-65

Marketing of Services

31.

MS-92

Management of Public Enterprises

32.

MS-93

 Management of New and Small Enterprises

July-Semester:

Sl.

Course Code   

Course Title

1.

MS-1

Management Functions and Behaviour

2.

MS-2

Management of Human Resources

3.

MS-3

Economic and Social Environment

4.

MS-4

Accounting and Finance for Managers

5.

MS-5

Management for Machines and Materials

6.

MS-6

Marketing for Managers

7.

MS-7

Information systems for Managers

8.

MS-8

Quantitative Analysis and Managerial Applications

9.

MS-9

Managerial Economics

10.

MS-10

Organizational Design, Development and Change

11.

MS-11

Strategic Management

12.

MS-91

Advanced Strategic Management

13.

MS-95

Research Methodology for Management Decisions

14.

MS-100

Project Work (equivalent to two courses)

15.

MS-25

Managing change in Organizations

16.

MS-26

Organizational Dynamics

17.

MS-27

Wage and Salary Administration

18.

MS-28

Labour Laws

19.

MS-44

Security Analysis and Portfolio Management

20.

MS-45

International Financial Management

21.

MS-46

Management of Financial Services

22.

MS-55

Logistics and Supply Chain Management

23.

MS-56

Materials Management

24.

MS-57

Maintenance Management

25.

MS-58

Management of R & D and Innovation

26.

MS-66

Marketing Research

27.

MS-68

Management of Marketing Comm. & Advertising

28.

MS-611

Rural Marketing

29.

MS-612

Retail Management

30.

MS-94

Technology Management

31.

MS-96

Total Quality Management

32.

MS-97

International Business

Examination will be held in June and December every year for all the courses; however, the assignment will only be available for the courses which are on offer in respective semesters.

Programme Structure

Successful completion of a specific combination of above courses would lead to:

  • Master of Business Administration (MBA), or

  • Diploma in Management (DIM), or

  • Post-Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDIM), or

  • Post-Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management (PGDHRM), or

  • Post-Graduate Diploma in Financial Management (PGDFM), or

  • Post-Graduate Diploma in Operations Management (PGDOM), or 

  • Post-Graduate Diploma in Marketing Management (PGDMM)

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

The MBA Programme consists of 21 courses in all. These comprise of:

  •  All the courses in PGDIM (Eleven Courses) i.e. MS-1 to MS-11 

  •  Five courses from any of the specialization streams

  •  Compulsory Courses (MS-91, MS-95 and one elective course (MS-92/93/94/96/97)

  •  Project Course (MS-100) equivalent to 2 courses.

Diploma in Management (DIM)

The Diploma in Management Programme comprises of 5 courses (three compulsory and two elective courses to be chosen out of four). The following table presents the overall scheme of courses:

 
Programme
Course Status Course Code Course Title
Diploma in Management (DIM) Compulsory Courses MS-1 Management Functions and Behaviour  
MS-2 Management of Human Resources
MS-3  Economic and Social Environment

Electives
(2 out of 4)
MS-4 Accounting and Finance for Managers
MS-5 Management of Machines and Materials
MS-6  Marketing for Managers
MS-7  Information Systems for Managers
 

 
Post-Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDIM)The Post-Graduate Diploma in Management Programme comprises of 11 courses. The following table presents the list of courses in the programme.
 

 
Programme
Course 
Code
Course Title
Post-Graduate Diploma
In Management
(PGDIM)
MS-1 Management Functions and Behaviour
MS-2 Management of Human Resources
MS-3  Economic and Social Environment
MS-4 Accounting and Finance for Managers
MS-5 Management of Machines and Materials
MS-6  Marketing for Managers
MS-7  Information Systems for Managers
MS-8 Quantitative Analysis for Managerial Appln.
MS-9 Managerial Economics
MS-10 Organizational Design, Development and Change
MS-11 Strategic Management
 

The Integrative Courses

The Integrative Courses consist of two compulsory courses, five elective courses (out of which the student is required to choose one) and a project course which is equivalent to two courses (thus making a total of five courses). The details are given below:

 

 
Course Status Course Code Course Title
Compulsory Courses MS-91 Advanced Strategic Management
MS-95 Research Methodology for Management Decisions
MS-100 Project course (equivalent to two courses)

Elective Course
(choose any one)
MS-92 Management of Public Enterprises
MS-93 Management of New and Small Enterprises
MS-94 Technology Management
MS-96 Total Quality Management
MS-97 International Business

The Specialization Diploma Proqrammes (PGSDMs)

The Specialization Programme in Functional Areas presently consists of 4 streams of functional area P.G. Diplomas. They are: Post-Graduate Diplomas in - Human Resource Management, Financial Management, Operations Management and Marketing Management. In order to qualify for a particular specialization P.G. Diploma, a student is required to complete five courses in all from that particular stream.
 

 
Programme
Course 
Code
Course Title

Human Resource
Management
(PGDHRM)

 

MS-21 Social Processes and Behavioural Issues
MS-22 Human Resource Development
MS- 23 Human Resource Planning
MS-24 Employment Relations
MS-25 Managing Change in Organizations
MS-26 Organizational Dynamics
MS-27 Wage and Salary Administration
MS-28 Labour Laws

Financial
Management
(PGDFM)
MS-41 Working Capital Management
MS-42 Capital Investment and Financing Decisions
MS-43 Management Control System
MS-44 Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
MS-45 International Financial Management
MS-46 Management of Financial Services

Operations Management
(PGDOM)
MS-51 Operations Research
MS-52

Project Management

MS-53 Production/Operations Management
MS-54 Management Information Systems
MS-55 Logistics and Supply Chain Management
MS-56 Materials Management
MS-57 Maintenance Management
MS-58 Management of R & D and Innovation

Marketing Management
(PGDMM)
MS-61 Consumer Behaviour
MS-62 Sales Management
MS-63 Product Management
MS-64 International Marketing
MS-65 Marketing of Services
MS-66 Marketing Research
MS-68 Management of Marketing Communication and Advertising
MS-611 Rural Marketing
MS-612 Retail Management

Duration                  : 2.5 – 7 years.
Programme Fee       : Rs. 1000/- per course

Eligibility for Admission to Management Programmes:

Bachelor's Degree with 3 years of supervisory/managerial/professional experience
Or
Professional Degree in Engineering/Technology/Medicine/Architecture/ Law/Pharmacy
Or
Professional Qualification in Accountancy/Cost and Works Accountancy/ Company Secretary-ship, etc.  
Or
A Master's Degree in any subject.

(The University may consider other degrees to this list of equivalent professional degree / qualification, if required.)

For DIM:

Same as above 

Or

Non-graduates with 6 years of managerial/supervisory/professional experience

Explanations

(a) All programmes are offered in English.

(b) ‘Supervisory experience' means that the person is in the supervisory cadre and supervising or looking after the work of a minimum of three subordinates report to him/her.

(c) ‘Managerial experience' means that the person is concerned with decision making responsibilities.

(d) ‘Professional' means a person holding a degree in Engineering, Law, Medicine Accountancy etc.

(e) ‘Experience' means work experience of a person during or after acquiring the qualification as specified above.

Note: Along with the above eligibility criteria, a student must have qualified the OPENMAT Test conducted by the University. Candidates who are appearing or have appeared in any qualifying examination but their results are not declared on or before the last date for submission of Application Forms for Admission to Management Programme will not be eligible.

Admission to MBA (Management Programme) from DIM and PGSDM:

Those who are Non-graduates and who have successfully completed DIM would be allowed to get admission into Management Programme (MBA), without re-appearing in Entrance Test (OPENMAT), after completing Bachelor's degree, if they so desire. In such a case they should send the re-registration form along with the mark-sheet and copy of the Bachelor's Degree to the concerned Regional Director for getting admission to MBA, within the dates prescribed by the University for re-registration. Normally, the dates are 1st February to 31St March and 1St August to 30th September for respective semesters.

The students qualifying any of PG Specialization Diplomas, if desirous of pursuing MBA, may do so by registering for other courses. However, those who have done PG Specialization Diplomas under Direct Entry stream prior to 1997 will have to qualify OPENMAT Test and apply for credit transfer by paying requisite fee on prescribed form to the Registrar (SR &. E), IGNOU, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi-110068 as per credit transfer rules.

Entrance Test (OPENMAT): 

Admission to Management Programmes of IGNOU is done through OPENMAT Entrance Examinations, held twice a year. For appearing in the entrance test (OPENMAT) a syudent has to fill up Application Form For OPENMAT Entrance Test (form 1) which is provided separately in an envelope along with the STUDENT HANDBOOK AND PROSPECTUS. For dates in appearing in OPENMAT test, please visit the web: www.ignou.ac.in

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 2. Master of Computer Applications (MCA)

The Master of Computer Applications programme is approved by the AICTE (F. No. AICTE/ Academic /MoU-DEC/2005 dated May 13, 2005).

The Board of objective of the MCA is to prepare graduate students for productive careers in software industry/academia by providing an outstanding environment for teaching and research in the core and emerging areas of the discipline. The programme’s thrust is on giving the students a through and sound background in theoretical and application - oriented course relevant to the latest computer software development. The programme emphasizes the application of software technology to solve mathematical, computing, communications/networking and commercial problems.
This Master’s Degree Programme has been designed with a semester approach in mind. The first year courses are aimed at skills development in computers using various technologies, the second year is more focused on core courses providing a conceptual framework and the third year provides the specialization and the project work. After the successful completion of first year courses, the student will receive the PGDCA (Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Applications) certificate.

MCA Programme Structure

The Programme has been divided into two semesters per year (January- June and July- December). Consequently, there will be two examinations every year, one in the month of June for the January to June Semester courses and the other in December for the July to December semester courses. The students are at liberty to appear for any of the examinations conducted by the University during the year subject completing the minimum time frame and other formalities prescribed for the programme.

Total number of Courses: 31.
Total number of Credits: 108.

 

1st Year

1st Semester 2nd Semester
Course Code Course Title Credits Course Code Course Title Credits
MCS 011 Problem Solving and Programming 3 MCS 021 Data and file Structures 4
MCS 012 Computer Organization and Assemble Language Programming 4 MCS 022 Operating System Concepts and Networking Management  4
MCS 013 Discrete Mathematics 2 MCS 023 Introduction to Database Management Systems 3
MCS 014 Systems Analysis and Design 3 MCS 024 Object Oriented Technologies and JAVA Programming  3
 MCS 015  Communication Skills 2 MCS 025   Lab (based on MCS-021, 022, 023 and 024) 4
MCS 016  Internet Concepts and Web Design 2      
MCS 017 C and Assembly Language Programming Lab 2      

 
   

2nd Year

1st Semester 2nd Semester
Course Code Course Title Credits Course Code Course Title Credits
MCS 031 Design and Analysis of Algorithms MCS 041 Operating Systems 4
MCS 032 Object Oriented Analysis and Design   3  MCS 042 Data Communication and Computer Networks 4
MCS 033  Advanced Discrete Mathematics MCS 043  Advanced Database Management Systems 4
MCS 034 Software Engineering  3  MCS 044 Mini Project   4
MCS 035 Accountancy and Financial Management MCS 045 Lab (Unix and Oracle)  2
MCS 036 Lab (based on MCS-032, 034 and 035)  3      
           


 

3rd Year

1st Semester 2nd Semester
Course Code Course Title Credits Course Code Course Title Credits
MCS 051 Advanced Internet Technologies  3 MCSP  Project 16
MCS 052 Principles of Management and Information Systems      
MCS 053 Computer Graphics and Multimedia      
MCS 054 Lab (based on MCS-051 and 053)       
Elective Courses       
MCSE-003 Artificial Intelligence and knowledge Management  2  MCSP-060  Project 16
MCSE-004 Numerical and Statistical Computing  2       
MCSE-011  Parallel Computing       

N.B. Presently, only 3 elective courses are on offer and student should select all of them, as and when we design the new courses we will inform.

Duration : 3-6 years.

Programme Fee : Rs. 8100/- 1st semester + Rs. 1000/- for CS-60 for Non-Maths students. Rs. 8000/- per semester (2nd semester onwards).

Eligibility :
 i) Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science/ Applications/ Information Sciences/ Information Technology from a recognized/ deemed university
Or
ii) Non-Computer Science B. Tech/ M. Sc./ Other gradustes (such applicants are required to pursue CIC concurrently with MCA 1st semester)
Or
iii) Graduate with PGDCA from a recognized/ deemed university or its equivalent course of not less than one year from a State Board of Technical Education or its equivalent body established by the Centre/ State Govt.

Note: 
(a) The students who have not studied Maths at 10 + 2 level are required to do CS-60 in the first semester of MCA.
(b) The students enrolling for the MCA Programme who have completed the DOEACC O-level programme are not required to enroll for CIC.

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3. Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA)

The objective of the programme is to open a channel of admission for computing courses for students, who have done the 10+2 and are interested in taking computing as a career. After acquiring the Bechelor’s Degree (BCA) at IGNOU, there is further an educational opportunity to go in for MCA Programme at IGNOU or a Master’s Programme at another University. The minimum prescribed period for integrated mode MCA and BCA is five years. The basic structure of the Programme is as follows. 

 

1st Year

1st Semester 2nd Semester
Course Code Course Title Credits Course Code Course Title Credits
CS- 610  Foundation Course in English for Computing  CS-612  PC Software and Application Skills 8
FHS- 01 Foundation Course in Humanities and Social Sciences 8 CS-60 Foundation Course in Mathematics in Computing  4
CS-611 Computer Fundamentals and PC Software  CS-62  “C” programming and Data structures 4

 

2nd Year

1st Semester 2nd Semester
Course Code Course Title Credits Course Code Course Title Credits
FST -01  Foundation Course in Science and Technology  8  CS-06  Introduction to DBMS 8
CS-63 Introduction to System Software Organization  CS-64  Introduction to Computer  4
CS-05 Elements of Systems Analysis and Design 4 CS-65  Windows Programming   2
      CS-67  RDBMS Lab  4
      CS-66 Multimedia 2

 

3rd Year

1st Semester 2nd Semester
Course Code Course Title Credits Course Code Course Title Credits
CS-68 Computer Networks  4 CS-72 C++ and Object Oriented Programming 8
BCS-061 TCP/IP Programming 4 CS-73 Theory of Computation 4
CS-70   Introduction to Software Engineering CS-74 Introduction to Internet Programming (JAVA, active X) 4
CS-71 Computer Oriented Numerical techniques  CS-75  Intranet Administration 2
      CS-76  Project  4

Duration : 3-6 years.

Programme Fee : Rs. 4400/- 1st semester + Rs. 850/- for MTE-03 for Non-Maths students. Rs. 4300/- per semester (2nd semester onwards).

Eligibility : i) 10 + 2 or its equivalent with Maths as a distinct subject
Or
ii) 10 + 2 or its equivalent without Maths as a distinct subject students will have to register for MTE-03 and CIC in 1st semester of BCA
Or
iii) 10 + 2 vocational stream in Computer Techniques/ Applications or its equivalent, without Maths as a distinct subject. This category students will have to register for MTE-03 in the 1st semester of BCA.

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4. Bachelor of Library and Information Science (BLIS)

The Bachelor’s Degree in Library and Information Science Programme comprises nine courses; of these seven courses deal with theoretical aspects of this discipline, while two courses are meant to provide practical exercises to the learners. Out of seven courses on theoretical aspects, one course (BLIS-07) also include practical component

 

Course Code Course Title Credits
BLIS-01  Library and Society 4
BLIS-02 Library Management 4
BLIS -03 Library Classification Theory
BLIS-03 (P) Library Classification Practice 4
BLIS-04 Library Cataloguing Theory 
BLIS -04 (P) Library Cataloguing Practice  4
BLIS -05 Reference and Information Sources 4
BLIS -06 Information Services  4
BLIS -07 Information Technology: Basics  4
  Total  32

Duration : 1- 4 years.

Programme fee : Rs. 4400/-

Eligibility : i) Bachelor’s degree with 50% marks.
ii) Bachelor’s Degree with Diploma in Library science
iii) Bachelor’s degree with two years working
experience in a Library and information centre
iv) Bachelor’s Degree in a professional area such as 
Engineering, Pharmacy, Law etc

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5. Post-Graduate Diploma in Intellectual Property Rights (PGDIPR)

The Post-Graduate Diploma in Intellectual Property Rights has been developed by the National Distance Learning resource Centre for IPR, IGNOU in collaboration with the Word Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). The Objectives of the programme are to:

-Disseminate information on national and international IPR issues;
-Create IPR consciousness among scientists, professionals, academicians, government officials, entrepreneurs and other members of the society; and 
- Familiarize the learners about the documentations and administrative procedures relating to IPR in India.

The programme is of 32 credits and comprises of 8 courses of credits each as listed below.

 

Course Code Course Title Credits
MIP - 001 General Overview of Intellectual Property 4
MIP-002 Industrial Property: Patents, Designs, Plant Varieties  4
MIP-003  Industrial Property: Trademarks, Geographical
Indications, Trade secrets and Unifier Competition
MIP-004 Copyrights and Related Rights (International) 4
MIP-005 Protection of Industrial Property at the National level 4
MIP-006 Protection of Copyright and Related Rights at the 
National level
4
MIP-007 Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights 4
MIP-008 Contemporary Intellectual Property Issues 4
  Total  32
     

Duration : 1 - 3 years.
Programme fee : Rs: 7400/-
Eligibility : Graduate or equivalent from any recognized University / Institution.

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6. Post-Graduate Diploma in International Business Operation (PGDIBO)

School of Management Studies, the biggest business school in Open Learning system in the world has developed an innovative programme in the area of International Business. The main objective of this programme is to equip the students with necessary conceptual, entrepreneurial and analytical skills required for handling the International Business Operations. The curriculum focuses on the applied aspects of International Business.

The salient features of this programme are as follows:
• Focus on operational areas of International Business
• Courses designed and prepared by top notch academia in the field of International Business
• Strong students support services
• Opportunity to interact with the leading experts through teleconferencing.

Programme Structure:

PGDIBO is a one-year Post-graduate Diploma Programme, comprising of the following 6 courses of 6 credit each. All the following 6 courses are compulsory.

 

Course Code Course Title
IBO-01 International Business Environment
IBO-02 International Marketing Management
IBO-03 India’s Foreign Trade
IBO-04 Export-Import Procedures and Documentation
IBO-05  International Marketing Logistics
IBO-06  International Business Finance

Duration : 1-3 years.
Programme Fee : 5500/-
Eligibility : Bachelor’s degree in any discipline or its equivalent.

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7. Diploma in HIV and Family Education (DAFE)

The Diploma in HIV and family Education aims at providing basic and accurate information about HIV/AIDs, sex and sexuality, family life education, alcohol and drugs and communication and counseling. The comments are designed to impart an integrated understanding to the learners about the issues involved in HIV/AIDS and behavior modification. The main objective of this programme is to enhance the knowledge and skills of functions involved in HIV/AIDS and related issues. The main target groups include school teachers, NGO functionaries. Para-medicals, parents of adolescents and those interested in acquiring knowledge on the subjects. The Diploma in HIV and Family education Programme has the following seven courses.

 

Course Code Course Title Credits
BFE-101 Basics of HIV/AIDS 4
BFEE-101  Elective on HIV/AIDS 4
BFE -102 Basics of Family Education 4
BFEE-102 Elective on Family education 4
BFEE -103  Alcohol, drugs and HIV  4
BFEE-104 Communication and Counselling in HIV 4
BFEP-101 Project work  8
  Total  32

A Student who has successfully collected CAFE can pursue DAFE by making payment of the remaining fee and requesting the Universities for credits training from CAFÉ to DAFE.

Duration : 1 – 4 years.
Programme fee : Rs.2400/-
Eligibility : 10+2 or its equivalent or BPP from IGNOU or Matriculation with higher qualification recognized by Central / State Govt.

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8. Certificate in HIV and Family Education (CAFE)

The Certificate in HIV and Family Education provides comprehensive knowledge about what, why and how of HIV/AIDS basic a HIV/AIDS, family life education, facts of life and substance abuse. The consents are designed to impart an integrated understanding to the learners about the issues involved in HIV/AIDS and behavior modification. The target groups include school teachers, NGO functionaries, para-medicals, parents of adolescents and those interested in acquiring knowledge on the subjects. The Certificate Programme has the following courses of 4 credits each. A learner has to choose 2 compulsory courses and any 2 optional courses from the 4 electives. One has to acquire 16 credits for a certificate.

 

Course Code Course Title Credits Credits 
required
Compulsory course:  
BFE-101 Basics of HIV/AIDS 4
BFE-102 Basics of Family Education  4 4
Elective Course: (Choose any two)  8
BFEE-101 Elective on HIV/AIDS 4  
BFEE -102 Elective on Family Education 4  
BFEE – 103 Alcohol, Drugs and HIV  
BFEE-104 Communication and Counselling in HIV 4  
  Total 24  16

Duration : 6 months – 2 years.
Programme fee : Rs. 1200/-
Eligibility : 10+2 or its equivalent or BPP from IGNOU or Matriculation with higher qualification recognized by Central / State Govt.

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9. Certificate in Human Rights (CHR)

Know them   Promote them      Defend them      Project them

Certificate in Human Rights Programme is an innovative learning package of 16 credits spread over 3 courses. It has been designed specifically to sensitize and educate professionals and workers who, as a part of their routine duty, interact with masses daily. Besides general students, specific target groups include law enforcement personnel (police, army, paramilitary forces) and functionaries of the lower judiciary and administrative officers, primary school teachers and NGO functionaries. In preparing the course material, special care has been taken to address the concerns raised by the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights at the time of launching of the UN Decade for Human Rights Education.

Programme Structure:

The Programme consists of a Work Book designed for promoting sensitization through Practice –based learning. The courses are:

 

Course Code Course Title Credits
CHR-1 Human Rights - Society and Development  6
CHR-2 Human Rights in India 6
CHR-3  Human Rights in Everyday life: what we can do? 
- A work book
4
  Total  16

Duration : 6 months – 2 years.
Programme fee : Rs. 1600/-
Eligibility : 10+2 or its equivalent or BPP from IGNOU.

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10. Certificate in Teaching of English as a Second Language (CTE)

This Programme is based on the communicative approach to language teaching and is designed to enhance the teachers’ understanding of the learners, the learning process and the nature and structure of the English Language. It will also help the teachers to innovate strategies for teaching the skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing. 

Students will need to study four courses in all -three compulsory and one optional.

 

Course Code Course Title Credits
Compulsory Courses:  
CTE-1  The Language Learner 4
CTE-2 The Structure of English 4
CTE-3 Teaching Strategies 4
Optional Courses: (Select any one)   
CTE -4  Teaching English – Elementary School  4
CTE -5  Teaching English – Secondary School  4
  Total  16

Duration : 6 months – 2 years.
Programme fee : Rs 1700/-
Eligibility : Graduate or 3 years of B. EL. ED. or 2 years PTT, ETT or 10+2 with two years teaching experience.

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11. Bachelor Preparatory Programme (BPP)

Bachelor Preparatory Programme (BPP) – Non-Formal Channel to B.A./ B. Com.
Bachelor’s Preparatory Programme is offered by the University to those students who wish to do Bachelor’s Degree but do not have the essential qualifications of having passed 10 + 2. In the absence of such a qualifying certificate these students are deprived of higher education. To enable such students to enter higher education stream, IGNOU has designed this programme.

Structure of the Programme

The Bachelor’s Preparatory Programme has following courses. Student has to select any two of these courses.
i) Preparatory Course in General Mathematics – OMT-101.
ii) Preparatory Course in Social Sciences – OSS-101.
iii) Preparatory Course in Commerce – PCO-01.

Duration : 6 months – 2 years.
Programme Fee : Rs. 850/-
Eligibility : No formal qualification.
Minimum Age : 18 years (As on 1st January of the academic year).

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Whom to Contact for What

 

1. About Admission, Identity Card, Fee Receipt Bonafide Certificate, Migration Certificate, Scholarship Forms Kolkata Regional Centre, Bikash Bhavan, North-Block 4th Floor, Kolkata- 700091. 
Ph:- 033-23349850/23592719

 

2 Non-receipt of Study Material and Assignments Assistant Registrar, Material Production and Distribution Division, IGNOU, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi-110068 
Ph. 29538426.

 

3. About Examination, Date-sheet Deputy Registrar (Exam. II) SR & E Division, IGNOU Maidan Garhi, New Delhi-110068 
Ph: 011-29538427/ 29536743.

 

4.Result-rechecking, Grade Card, Provisional Certificate Deputy Registrar (Exam.lll) SR & E Division, IGNOU Maidan Garhi, New Delhi-110068 Ph: 011-29532294

 

5. Non-reflection of Assignment Grades Assistant Registrar (Assignment Section) SR & E Division, IGNOU Maidan Garhi, New Delhi-110068 Ph: 011-29532294

 

6. Chance of elective/Medium/ opting of left over electives/ deletion of excess credits Assistant Registrar (Exam.IV), 
SR & E Division, IGNOU
Maidan Garhi, New Delhi- 110068 Ph:011-2953-5027 or 
Dy. Registrar (Exam-V) 
SR & E Division, IGNOU 
Maidan Garhi, New Delhi- 110068 
Ph: 011-29532630

 

7. Original Degree/Diploma/ Verification of Degree/Diploma Dy. Registrar (Exam. I) SR & E Division, IGNOU, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi- 110068 Ph: 011-29535438

 

8. Purchase of Audio/Video Tapes Marketing Unit, EMPC,IGNOU Maidan Garhi, New Delhi- 110068

 

9. Academic Content Director of the School concerned

 

10. Information regarding Counselling Sessions & Assignment submission Concerned Study Centres and Programme Study Centre

 

11. Student Registration Evaluation and Grievance Assistant Registrar (Grievance)
Ph: 011-29532294
E-mail ID: sregrievance@ignou.ac.in

 

12. Student Support Service and Student grievances  Regional Director 
Student Service Centre, IGNOU
Maidan Garhi, New delhi-110068
E-mail: ssc@ignou.ac.in
Ph: 011-29533869 / 2953870
Fax: 011-29535714

 

Gram:  IGNOU

 

WEBSITE:  www.ignou.ac.in

 

IGNOU NEW DELHI EPBEX: 29536980, 29535924, 29535062-65

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