The short-term Appreciation Programmes on Sustainability Science for the 2013 session will have 50 seats
New Delhi: The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) has launched two short-term online programmes on Sustainability Science and Wetlands Management respectively for the 2013 session.
‘Appreciation Programmes on Sustainability Science (APSS)’ and ‘Appreciation on Sustainable Management of Wetlands (APSMW)’ have 50 seats each. The last date to apply is December 15, a statement said.
“The major objective of APSS is to build the capacity of policy makers, administrators, scientists and educators as well as the general public in the science and art of environmentally, economically and socially sustainable development,” IGNOU said in a statement.
“APSMW will enhance awareness on the role of wetlands on social, cultural and livelihood dimensions of the dependent communities,” it added.
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