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Paint Your Career Beautiful With PG Diploma Courses By IGNCA, Govt. Of India

Written by : Info Box Team

With a noble intention to draw the attention of people towards Indian art to supply trained manpower in the related fields, India Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA), under the aegis of Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India, is offering one-year Post Graduate Diploma Courses. The Centre has recently added two more new courses to the already existing. Find the names of the courses, each carrying 25 seats, down below.

  1. Post Graduate Diploma in Cultural Informatics (PGDCI)  

  2. Post Graduate Diploma in Preventive Conservation (PGDPC)

  3. Post Graduate Diploma in Buddhist Studies (PGDBS)

  4. Post Graduate Diploma in Manuscriptology and Palaeography (PGDMP) 

  5. Post Graduate Diploma in Digital Library and Data Management (PGDDLDM)

  6. Post Graduate Diploma in South-East (Agneya) Asian Studies (PGDSEAS) (New)

  7. Post Graduate Diploma in Cultural Management (PGDCM) (New)

Get More Clarity Regarding Academic Courses

Arts encompasses a wide area of studies, such as creative literature – written and oral; visual arts – architecture, sculpture, painting, graphics and general material culture; photography and films; the performing arts – music, dance and theatre.

Who ever you may be – a scholar, a researcher or a student - check the details, follow your heart and choose the suitable course, which provides you with an opportunity to have a modern management technique and professional approach as well in the field of art and cultural heritage.


Filled in application form may be sent

  • Through online to or

  • By post to “The Officer on Special Duty (Academics), Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, 11, Man Singh Road, New Delhi-110 001 (Tel No. 011-23388241)”

But do not forget to apply before the last date- July 08!

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