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7th July 2017
The Centre of Archaeology started under the new initiative scheme under the Centre for Extra-Mural Studies of University of Mumbai, is happy to announce a Master’s Degree course in Archaeology. This is a regular Master’s course being offered at the University Campus.
Admission Process is starting from 15th June 2017 and the course will begin on 15th July 2017. For forms, fees and syllabus details students are requested to visit the Centre for Extra-Mural Studies, 2nd floor, Health Centre Building, Vidyanagari, Santacruz east.
We invite you to be part of the first ever batch of Archaeology at University of Mumbai. Eligibility for admission to the course is graduation in any discipline for the first batch. The intake capacity of the course is sixty only and admissions will be given on first come first served basis.
Students new to the field will be given special orientation for the subject. Before the course commences. Everyone is welcome to visit the CEMS for more information even before the 15th of June. Mugdha Karnik and Kurush Dalal, both at CEMS will be happy to share with you the scope and nature of archaeological studies.
Archaeology is increasingly becoming a profession all over the world. Its scope has expanded from making sensational discoveries once in a while. Archaeological studies or inputs from archaeologists are now considered important in issues such as environmental conservation, urban societies, town planning etc. Many archaeologists now work for government or private environment monitoring companies or similar organizations. People have developed a concern to preserve the human cultural and biological heritage for future generations. In India, in Maharashtra there is ample opportunity for such studies and their application.
The Centre for Extra-Mural Studies has designed a Certificate Course in Archaeology which will be taught on Sundays only. It will be conducted with active support from Deccan College, Pune (Deemed University) and other eminent archaeologists.
The Centre for Extra-Mural Studies has designed a Certificate Course in Archaeology which will be taught on Sundays only. It will be conducted with active support from Deccan College, Pune (deemed University) which is very essential for practical sessions on excavation sites.