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








30 Days

07 Modules

07 Classes

60 Seats

July 15, 2024

Course Fee

For ASSSR Members

For Students

For Academicians




₹ 1000/-

₹ 2000/- 

₹ 2500/-

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