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Centre for International Management was established in 1998 under the auspices of the Human Welfare Foundation, a charitable trust with the aim of comprehensive development of human resources and to inculcate professional excellence through business technology. The campus is located in the industrial and business district of South Delhi. CIM offers courses which are industry specific.
Infrastructural Facilities Besides the basic facilities like teaching block which has a set of large, medium and small size rooms used for lecture halls, syndicate halls, discussion and seminar rooms, it has a computer center equipped with modern software and hardware as an important learning resource. The library has basic texts, reference books, CDs, audio and video cassettes. It has around 800 titles and subscribes to 63 periodicals/journals (44 Indian and 19 foreign) and 6 newspapers.
Faculty: The center is managed by an active and strongly committed board of governors, with proven track records in business and academia supported by an advisory board constituting academicians, CEOs and government official.
Teaching Hindi through Correspondence
The Dept. of Correspondence Courses (CC) of CHD is implementing the scheme of teaching Hindi as a second and foreign language to non-Hindi speaking Indians and foreigners through the CC department of this Directorate and through the medium of English, Tamil, Malayalam and Bangla. So far, 3.47 lakh (approx.) persons have benefited under this scheme. The Dept. of CC has been providing 6 course for teaching Hindi which are known as - (i) Certificate Course in Hindi (ii) Diploma Course in Hindi (iii) Prabodh (iv) Praveen (v) Pragya and (vi) Civil Services Hindi Course. The first two courses are open to general public and the courses which are figuring at Sl. Nos. (iii), (iv) and (v) are for the Central Govt. employees, public undertakings, central schools and other statutory bodies and the course appearing at Sl. No. (vi) is specially designed for the candidates appearing in the Civil Services Examination and hailing from North-Eastern states and whose mother tongue is not included in the VIIIth Schedule of the Constitution.
Training Hindi through cassettes
Under this scheme, the cassettes are being prepared by the Correspondence Course department of CHD to teach Hindi to non-Hindi speaking states and foreigners. The cassettes are prepared on different teaching points of Hindi grammar and situational conversations. So far, 5 cassettes have been brought out under this scheme on various subjects.
Western Part - VII, Sector -1, R.K. Puram
Phone No :-91-11-6100758
Fax No :-91-11-6103160
Central Hindi Directorate offers various graduate courses as well as Post Graduate courses.
List of facilities available at Central Hindi Directorate for students.
Central Hindi Directorate