ABOUT THE COURSE

Course Objectives

One of the primary objectives of archaeological study is to unravel the human past through material remains. A series of techniques are employed to achieve this goal. The kind of evidence an archaeologist looks for is an artifact, a structure, a feature or an ecosystem within which the humans survived. This gives an interdisciplinary shape to archaeological operations. An archaeological operation involves identifying a potential area, systematically collecting the data, organizing them, situating it in a specific cultural period by using either one or a series of dating methods, conserving and preserving them and also interpreting them.


Once you study this course, you will be able to:


Course Information

Duration of Course


Number of Modules


Number of Classes


Number of Seats


Closing Date


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30 Days


07 Modules


07 Classes


60 Seats


July 15, 2024


Course Fee

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For Students


For Academicians

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₹ 1000/-


₹ 2000/- 


₹ 2500/-

Important Instruction