AMU begins admission for short-term certificate courses for female students.

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Admissions for the Center for Skill Development and Career Planning’s short-term courses have started at Aligarh Muslim University. Class 10 female graduates may apply for the certificate programs. These courses will start offering classes on October 1.

The university currently offers courses in computer typing (in both Hindi and English), word processing, tally, web design and publishing, electronic data processing, computer programming (PYTHON), clothing design, fashion illustration and sketching, interior design, beauty culture (skincare, hair care, and advanced courses), commercial arts, and English fluency development.

The admission forms are accessible at the Office of the Centre for Skill Development and Career Planning from 9 am to 4 pm on working days, according to Professor Naima Khatoon (Director, Centre for Skill Development and Career Planning). For more information, interested candidates should stop by the Center’s office or visit amu.ac.in, the university website. The official website, amu.ac.in, has the eligibility requirements and the course syllabus available to students. The Center for Skill Development and Career Planning was first founded to provide occupational skill training to female students at AMU, and it has now expanded to include former students, outside students, and stay-at-home mothers.

The Centre for Skill Development and Career Planning was created to help women realize their potential and to make them independent,” said AMU’s official website.

Mayank Tewari

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