DCAC Commences Registrations for COP21 - A Course on Climate Change

HTCampus Expert updated on : 19 Jan 2016

Delhi College of Arts and Commerce starts a certificate course on Climate Change named COP21.

Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, University of Delhiis accepting registrations for a certificate course in COP21, as a part of Paris Climate Change Summit.
 
The program will give insights on climate change and its impact in the near future. The course is delivered through high-quality online international standard content.
 
Climate change is a change in the statistical properties of the climate system when considered over long periods of time. Global warming or climate change has been considered as one of the major environmental issues, caused by several factors such as pollution, waste, volcanic eruption and in other human activities that lead to a steady increase in global temperature.
 
How the course benefits?
 
On successful completion of the program, the participants will get an international certification and a special souvenir. They will also get a chance to win a trip to Istanbul
It is an opportunity to become a part of UN policy formation and candidates will be awarded with a certificate of giving the exam with grade A+, A or B.
The designation of Corporate Social Responsibility Head under UN will no doubt give the weightage to student’s CV 
This association with UN will benefit the student if they wish to study abroad 
Winners will also be awarded with medals
Will get an exclusive platform to expand the knowledge
 

How to apply?

To apply for the course, kindly follow the below given steps:
  • Contact coordinator and get the link to fill the online form and make online payment
  • The access to online program will be made available by the coordinator
  • Candidates will be given a book and a CD for preparation.
  • Practice exam links will be also available for students
  • Virtual classrooms and interaction session will help students clear their doubts
  • The assessment will be based on Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) + Short Notes (descriptive scenario-based questions)
  • On the basis of those opinions, student will be given grades like A+, A and B
 

Important Dates:

  • Last date to register with coordinator: February 28, 2016
  • Last date to take the exam: March 31, 2016
 

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