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  1. Courses
  2. Diploma Courses

    D.Ed. (Diploma of Education)

    This programme is eventually proposed for those youngsters who have just passed 10+2 examination and looking forward to step in the field of teaching and willing to make a career in it.

    Diploma of Education (D.Ed.)

    Duration : Two Years
    Approval and Affiliation : Approved by NCTE and M.P Board of Secondary Education, Bhopal.
    Intake : 100
    Admission Eligibility : Successful completion of 10+2 or equivalent examination with minimum 50% marks for Gen/OBC category; 45% marks for SC/ST and minimum age limit is 17 years.
    Admission Procedure : Direct, based on merit of marks in 10+2.
    Course Structure :  The Diploma comprises of two annual examinations. The teaching method used in the course includes classroom based teaching, lectures, assignments and educational visits. The assessment method used in the annual session of the course includes sessional work consisting of term papers relevant to six theory papers and two annual examinations.

    PGDCA (Post Graduate Diploma in Comp. Appl.)

    The Course aims at preparing graduates to handle the computers in large industries. Students will be trained in the latest trends of application development, programming languages and database management system. PGDCA equips students with skills required for high-end application in IT.

    Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application (PGDCA)

    Duration : Two Semester (1 Year)
    Approval and Affiliation : Approved by MP Higher Education and Affiliated to Jiwaji University, Gwalior.
    Intake : 120
    Admission Eligibility : Successful completion of 10+2+3 or equivalent examination in any subject.


    Age Limit: General- 28 yrs, SC/ST/OBC- 31yrs, Female- No Age bar


    Admission Procedure : Direct, based on merit of marks in 10+2+3.
    Course Structure :  The diploma comprises of two semester examinations. The teaching methodology used in the diploma course includes classroom based lectures, individual and group seminars, presentations, assignments, and supervised practical training in the IT lab. The evaluation method used in a semester session of the diploma includes three internal assessments and a University Examination.