Short Courses on Target

Get, set, shoot! Select and pursue your interests from this compilation of short-term courses across various disciplines

Published: 02nd June 2014 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 01st June 2014 12:23 PM   |  A+A-


Painting and sketching

Sri Aurobindo Centre for Arts and Communication, New Delhi, is offering a certificate weekend course in painting and sketching.

Eligibility: Those above the age of 16 can apply | Fee: `6,000 | Duration: This is a three-month course. Classes will be held every Saturday. Course begins this month (exact date will be intimated to participants after registration) | Number of seats: 20. How to apply: On the spot registration. A registration fee of `500 is to be paid along with the application form.

 Last date of admission: The batch is expected to commence once adequate registerations are placed | Website:

Construction Project Management

Department of Civil Engineering, IIT-Delhi, is organising this short-term course targeted for industry professionals for a better understanding of the underlying principles | Eligibility: Faculty members of engineering colleges recognised by AICTE, working in area of civil engineering | Duration: June 30 – July 4 | Number of seats: 30 (First-cum-first-served) | How to apply: Candidates can apply through the website or go personally to the campus. Last date of admission: June 20.


Ethical hacking

Lucideus, New Delhi, is offering Lucideus Certified Ethical Hacker course to help participants gain real knowledge of hacking and anti-hacking techniques practised in the real world of security experts.

Eligibility: Those with basic knowledge of computers | Fee: `33,702 approx.

Duration: June 9 – August 1/ June 23 – August 15/ 14 July – 5 September/ 28 July – 19 September | Number of seats: 12.

How to apply: Online or visit personally to enrol | Last date of admission: June 9 | Website:

Micromanufacturing: Materials and Processes

This short-term course is offered by the Mechanical Engineering Department of Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad. Topics will cover miniaturisation of final product, which is the future of technology | Eligibility and Fee: Industry personnel (`5,000), faculty (`2,500), research scholars, PG students and project staff (`2,000). | Duration: June 17-21 | Number of seats: 50 seats | How to apply: Applications can be availed at the institute | Last date of admission: June 7. Website:

CAD/CAM and Advanced machining

Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad, is offering this short-term course giving an overview of CAD/CAM and advanced machining processes and systems | Eligibility: Faculty Members of Educational Institutions/Research Scholars/ UG/PG Students and Practicing Engineers. Fee: Faculty/research scholars/students: `2000; Engineers from industries: `5000 | Duration: July 1-5. Number of seats: 60 | How to apply: Apply through the institute | Last date of admission: June 15 | Website:

Basics of filmmaking

Institute of Moving Images is conducting a short term Filmmaking Foundation Course in Bangalore, recommended for all those who want to know more about working behind the camera and a must for students who want to test their aptitude before applying for specialisation in filmmaking. It is an intensive programme developed to understand the grammar of visual storytelling and collaborative nature of filmmaking in a short span of time.

Eligibility: Film enthusiasts, students and working professionals | Fee: `18,200 approx.

Duration: One-and-half month course starting on June 8 (weekend evening batch) | Number of seats: 20.

How to apply: Applicants can register online.

Last date of admission: June 6.



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