SHRM offers two courses with 30 seating capacity each.
1. Master In Conservation, Preservation And Heritage Management
2. MA Archaeology And Heritage Management
Archaeological monuments, arts and crafts, oral and written literature, living traditions, natural features, and the environment are all a part of our heritage. All that we manifest in our day-to-day life is a part of our heritage.
We live in a country known for its varied natural environment and rich cultural heritage seen in our world-famous monuments, archaeological sites, natural areas, and living traditions. Collectively, it is the past that we have a responsibility to safeguard for the future. It is our solemn responsibility to respect, cherish and preserve the heritage that we have inherited.
The last few decades have witnessed a steady degradation of our heritage, cultural as well as environmental, due to inadequate awareness, unplanned urbanization, and commercialization. Though these processes are part of a nation's life and can not be stopped, systematic instruction on heritage and its management can regulate the process to safeguard our heritage and create a sympathetic and concerned attitude.
AIM and Objective
1. Award degrees in Heritage Management for candidates who have successfully completed the approved academic program.
2. Promote job learning by emphasizing practical work along with theoretical knowledge.
3. Organize workshops, seminars, and conferences and to publish journals, monographs, books, information brochures and pamphlets and also use the World Wide Web for high level research base.
4. Create a forum for curriculum development and research to establish and sustain a position in the contemporary global mainstream of Heritage Management.