The Indian Law Institute was founded in 1956. The Institute is an autonomous body registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860. The Indian Law Institute has been granted Deemed University Status in 2004 vide Government of India, Ministry of Human Resource Development Notification No. F.9-9/2001-U.3 dated 29.10.2004.
Course Offered by TILI
PG Diploma in Corporate Laws and Management (PGDCLM) (evening classes)
Eligibility to Take Admission at TILI
Minimum qualification for admission to the P.G. Diploma Courses except for Labour Law is a graduate degree from a recognized University. 5% weight age will be given to the law graduates for admission to the Post Graduate Diploma Courses. The minimum requirement for admission to the P.G. Diploma Course in Labour Law is a law degree or M.A. in social sciences (IInd Division). The Defence Service Officers holding graduate degree of an Indian University or an equivalent degree from a Foreign University are considered for admission to the P.G. Diploma in Labour Law provided they are sponsored by the Directorate of Resettlement, Ministry of Defence, and Government of India. Candidates who have passed or appeared in the 4th year examination of LL.B. (five year course) from a recognized institute/university are also eligible for admission to Post Graduate Diploma Courses (except for Labour Law). Five seats each are reserved for these students. The admission will be made based on the marks obtained in the 1st, 2nd and 3rd year of the University examinations.
Admission Procedure: Admission to the Post Graduate Diploma Courses shall be made on merit prepared on the basis of marks obtained in the qualifying examination as per the eligibility for individual Post Graduate Diplomas. 5% weight age will be given to candidates who are law graduates.
How To Apply to Take Admission at TILI
- Sale of Bulletin & Application Form
- The price of the Bulletin containing Application Form is Rs. 250/-. The Bulletin along with the Application Form will be on sale from May 04, 2010 on all working days in the admission counter of the Indian Law Institute, Bhagwan Dass Road, New Delhi - 110 001. Either on cash payment or through Demand Draft drawn in favour of the Indian Law Institute payable at New Delhi, it can be procured.
- Application Form through Internet
- The Application Form and Admit Card (in duplicate) can also be downloaded from the website (www.ili.ac.in / www.ilidelhi.org). Each application will be accepted in the office of the Indian Law Institute, Bhagwan Dass Road, New Delhi - 110 001, only if it is accompanied by a Demand Draft for:
- Rs.1000/- (Rupees one thousand only) for LL.M. programmes
- Rs.600/- (Rupees six hundred only) for Post Graduate Diploma Courses
- Drawn in favour of the Indian Law Institute, payable at New Delhi.
- Bulletin along with Application Form by Post
- The Bulletin along with Application Form can also be obtained by Registered Book Post/ Courier on payment of Rs. 310/- (Rupees three hundred and ten only) in the form of a Demand Draft in favour of The Indian Law Institute payable at New Delhi along with a self-addressed envelope of not less than 24 x 30cms. Size. The amount once remitted will not be refunded under any circumstances. The Institute will not be responsible for the delay, loss or damage, if any, during the transit of the Bulletin. Institute will dispatch the Bulletin containing Application Form within three days of the receipt of request.
- The envelope of the letter requesting for the Bulletin must be super-scribed at the left top corner as "REQUEST FOR BULLETIN". This will help in responding to the request immediately. Also, the name of the candidate, address and the course for which admission is sought must be clearly written on the back of the demand draft. The ILI shall not be responsible for any postal delay.
Important Dates for Take Admission at TILI
- Last date for Submission of Application Form: 02 July 2012
To know more information about ILI New Delhi admission, please visit www.ilidelhi.org
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Crafting Creative Communications at MICA
This six-month programme leads to a certificate in Crafting Creative Communications with specialisation in Crafting Copywriting or Art Direction, depending on the module chosen by the student. The main objective of this programme is to develop students into high caliber professionals for creative careers in Marketing Communications.
The programme specifically attempts the following at MICA:
- To equip participants with conceptual, behavioural and technical skills
- To offer hands-on experience to become effective communication professionals
- To impart a sense of values that encompasses not only professional work ethics but also a commitment to and passion for creative communication
- To discipline creative instincts and to encourage the use of imagination in diverse fields
- To work towards meeting the objectives stated in the brief and deliver within the deadline
Overview & Pedagogy
Most sessions will be interactive using diverse examples and exercises, case studies, classroom discussions, group exercises and presentations to create an atmosphere of learning-by-doing. Periodic assignments will allow participants to develop skills required for the complete process of idea-generation and elaboration from doodles to full-blown multimedia campaigns. Although there are two modules to choose from (and two mandatory), there are common classes for both, which means that every student is required to assimilate information from all four modules. There is no final examination; instead, every student has to prepare a portfolio of work done during the year and present it at the end of the course to jury members. The student will be graded based on his or her chosen module.
Apart from learning at the institute each student will be offered an opportunity to work as an intern with a leading ad agency, a design house or a production house.
- Who are we looking for?
- We are looking for participants who are intellectually curious and imaginative, have diverse interests and a sense of humour. A flair for writing and the ability to visualise will be seen as a major advantage. They should be knowledgeable about advertising, possess lateral thinking prowess, and above all show strength of character.
With every new batch of Crafting Creative Communications (CCC) at MICA, we hand-pick a bunch of boat-rockers, mavericks, wranglers and disrupters-of-the-status-quo, and put them through a creative commando boot camp. Then we release them upon an unsuspecting world as copywriters, art directors and TV commercial makers.
Curriculum at MICA
- An Overview of the Advertising Industry
- These sessions will explain how an ad agency works, the key departments, and the functions of each of these departments.
- The Basics of Brand Management
- Identifying brand stakeholders
- Understanding how stakeholders currently perceive your brand
- Studying competition and market trends
- Defining brand positioning
- Defining brand promise
- Advertising Strategy
Admissions Criteria at MICA
This course does not require participants to have passed CAT (Common Admission Test). However, a Bachelor's degree or an equivalent qualification in any discipline recognised by the Association of Indian Universities is requisite. For participants in the Crafting Creative Art Direction (Module B), an equivalent diploma/degree in Fine Arts or Applied Arts is mandatory.
Application Process and Timelines
HOW TO APPLY at MICA
- The application form can be downloaded from here.
- The completed form should be sent along with a crossed demand draft for Rs. 1750/- in favour of Mudra Institute of Communications, Ahmedabad, payable at Ahmedabad. The same can also be obtained from the Admissions Office, MICA.
SELECTION PROCESS at MICA
Completed application forms and demand draft for Rs. 1750/- should reach MICA before the final date of receiving applications. The selection process is simple yet institutionalised. Every applicant is given the opportunity to take the written test.
The written test is conducted through internet/Email and successful candidates will be shortlisted for a campus interview to be held at MICA. The final selection of candidates will be based on overall performance.
IMPORTANT DATES for Take Admission at MICA
- Last date for submission of forms : June 20, 2012
- Date for online written test : June 25, 2012
- Personal Interview : July 25/26/27, 2012
- Final list of the candidates : July 30, 2012
- Last date for Submission of Fee : August 11, 2012
- Programme Commencement : Mid August 2012 (The date will be announced later)
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The Jamia Millia Islamia has declared the short-list of candidates for interview to M.A. and M.Phil English courses for the 2012-13 academic session, the varsity said on Wednesday.
"The results were scheduled to be declared on June 21 and 22, but the English department has announced the lists on June 19," a statement said.
The interviews for the M.Phil. course will be held June 25 and MA course June 27 and 28.
The students may access their results at http://jmi.ac.in. or check on the department's notice board at the university.
In response to the growing demand from the student community, University of Mumbai will be starting two new master's degree courses this academic year. Students of history now have the option to enroll for an MA in Ancient Indian Culture and Archaeology (MA-AICA) and MA in Buddhist Studies (MA-BS).
Introducing the MA-AICA Suraj Pandit, chairman, Ad hoc Board of Studies in Ancient Indian History Culture and Archaeology, University of Mumbai, said, "Although ancient Indian culture is taught at the under graduate and postgraduate level at various colleges and research institutes affiliated to University of Mumbai, there is no comprehensive course available in any institute across Maharashtra." He elaborates, "The syllabus of this course has been thoroughly revised in line with the credit based grading system. It comprises papers ranging from stone-age India to history of theatre and performing arts in India. There are even applied papers like epigraphy, manuscriptology, cultural tourism, etc. This course has an interdisciplinary approach in the true real sense."
"As for the MA-BS, there is no course in the subject offered by the university or affiliated colleges. And while courses in Pali literature, Sanskrit, Tibetan, Chinese, Japanese and other South East Asian languages do form a part of Buddhism, there has always been a lack of an inclusive study of the subject. This course offers a comprehensive study of the Buddhist religion and philosophy, art-architecture, epigraphy, ethics, literature, etc." informs Pandit.
Ancient Indian culture and archaeology
The MA-AICA course will be taught with an indological and archaeological approach, constituting a variety of elements ranging from pre-historic India to literature and archaeology. It will involve a study of all aspects of Indian culture beyond historical methods and events. Practicals and field visits will be conducted for applied and professional subjects taught.
The MA-BS course will be taught with multiple methodological approaches, including a study of Buddhist literature in Pali, Tibetan, Sanskrit, art and architecture in India and abroad, development of Buddhist ethics and philosophy, etc. There will be a definitive focus on the Buddhist worldview and its socio-cultural analysis. Field visits wherever required, will be also be included
Due to an absence of departments for ancient Indian history, culture and archaeology, as well as for Buddhist studies, these courses are being offered through an ad hoc committee, Board of Studies in Ancient Indian History Culture and Archaeology. "These are some of our oldest subjects, taught in the affiliated institutes of the university since 1939. Yet, no department in lieu has been set up by university till the day," explains Pandit. "The board has submitted a proposal to set up respective departments for integrated studies in the above subjects to the vice-chancellor of the university. Apart from requests from many students and teachers for a department, even K Sankarnarayan, director, KJ Somaiya Centre for Buddhist Studies, has extended his support to our initiative."
Interested applicants will be required to hold a bachelor's or equivalent degree from the University of Mumbai or any other UGC-recognised university. Admissions will begin following the BA results announcement this year. Forms will be available at St Xavier's College, Mahapalika Marg, Mumbai and the admissions process will be conducted at the postgraduate section of the Fort campus, Main Building, First Fl, University of Mumbai.
The course constitutes a variety of elements ranging from pre-historic India to literature and archaeology.
The course will include a study of Buddhist literature in Pali, Tibetan, Sanskrit, etc, art and architecture in India and abroad, development of Buddhist ethics and philosophy.
The Gujarat Common Entrance Test (GCET) for admission to MBA and MCA colleges will begin from Thursday. The exam will be held in two phases - June 14-16, and June 18-20. There are 132 MBA colleges in the state with 13,185 seats.
On the other hand, there are 82 MCA colleges with 6,670 seats. There are 13,623 students who have applied for admission to MBA, while 7,677 students have applied for MCA. The number of students who have applied for appearing in GCET for both MBA and MCA courses is 1,733. Officials said that the total number of students who will appear for GCET is 22,868. The students have the option of taking the GCET twice so that their best score will be used for admission. However, 183 students have applied to take GCET only once.
There are 23 centres for GCET exam. Ahmedabad has four centres - LJ College of Engineering, Nirma Institute of Technology, Som Lalit College of Engineering, and Indus College of Engineering. The students have been administered mock test to acclimatize them with the online exam. Students will appear for GCET to be held in three sittings - from 9am to 11am, from 1pm to 3pm, and from 5pm to 7pm. The students will be given their scores immediately after appearing for the exam in the form of printed score card with their picture. This year, 12 MBA colleges closed down while four new colleges were opened. In MCA, two colleges were closed down while eight new colleges have opened for admission.
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