Advanced Diploma in Sick Building Syndrome Mitigation

Objective : The one year Advanced Diploma in Sick Building Syndrome Mitigation conducted by The Global Open University, Nagaland has been designed for meeting the demand of the growing needs of experts in the fields of building efficiency, building sickness prevention, health centric building design etc.

Eligibility : 10+2
Duration : 1 year

Award : Advanced Diploma in Sick Building Syndrome Mitigation shall be awarded to all the successful candidates by University.

Subjects :
Healthy Home
Basics of Sick Building Syndrome
Guidelines from Agencies
Healthy Building Materials
Solutions of Sick Building Syndrome

Careers in Sick Building Syndrome Mitigation

Sick Building Syndrome Mitigation experts can find gainful employment with independent architects, holistic healers, healthy home experts and interior design firms. Professionals may also find work in private design consultancy firms. The nature of Sick Building Syndrome Mitigation profession also offers excellent prospects for individuals who want to work part time or full time or self-employed. Experts can start their own practice with minimal investment and get high returns through their consultancy, publications and awareness skills.

Total Fee : Rs. 15,150

Accordingly, the Application Form duly filled-in along with four stamp size photographs, copies of certificates and mark sheets and a Bank Draft for the full fee i.e. Rs. 15,150 in the name of “The Global Open University, Nagaland” payable at Dimapur must reach the Admissions Officer, The Global Open University Nagaland, Sodzulhou and Kozabe, P.O.- ARTC NH-29, Dimapur-Kohima Road, Chümoukedima – 797115, Nagaland by speed post only.

Examination Fee : A fee of Rs. 300 per paper is to be paid before appearing in the Semester/Annual Examinations to be held at different Examination Centers within the State of Nagaland (Dimapur, Kohima, Wokha).

Assignments : All admitted participants must submit subject wise assignments based on the Mini Project Reports to be prepared by them on a topic related to each of the subjects.