PG Diploma in Clinical Embryology

Bangalore University in collaboration with Momsoon Fertility & IVF Centre, Bangalore, has announced the UGC-New Delhi approved course “PG Diploma in Clinical Embryology & Assisted Reproductive Technology”. 
This technology is commonly known as ‘Test Tube Baby Technology’.

The curriculum of this course is a combination of Applied Biology (Embryology) and Clinical Medicine (Human Infertility). 

The 1 year course has 9 months of theory, practicals and hands-on training along with 3 months of project work. The eligibility is MSc in any branch of Biological Sciences like Life Sciences, Applied Genetics, Molecular Biology, Biotechnology, Biological Sciences, MBBS, BVSc, etc. 

After successful completion of this course, the candidates are eligible to be employed as Clinical Embryologists in India and abroad.
Five year LLB

Applications are invited for admission to I semester Five year BA LLB degree course in the University Law College, Jnana Bharathi Campus, Bangalore University.

Application forms and brochures can be obtained from the Principal, University Law College.
PG Dip in Economics

Indian School Of Business & Finance (ISBF) Invites Applications For Admissions 2013 to the one-year Post Graduate Diploma In Economics from the University of London – London School of Economics. ISBF is an Affiliate centre of the University of London (UoL) with academic direction from the London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE).Eligibility: 3 year full time graduate degree. Students appearing for their final year exams in 2013 may also apply. All applicants must have demonstrable proficiency in both English & Mathematics.

Selection: Admissions are based on good prior academic record and performance at the personal interview conducted by the ISBF Admissions Committee. The college follows rolling admissions and therefore early applicants are in the best position to secure their admission. 

How to apply: Apply online at

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