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Online Degree from Don Bosco University Guwahati


Assam Don Bosco University is launching its first online degree programmes shortly after the Distance Education Council visit to Guwahati expected any day now. “We hope to target thousands of working class young people across the globe,” says the Vice-Chancellor of the University Dr Stephen Mavely SDB explaining how the classes and study will take place on the web, enabling students to have access to the best professors from around the country.


The University will run the programmes using state of the art Virtual Classroom Technology, and they are designed for working executives and professionals looking for programmes of study that complement their work and their need to juggle a career, a family and a degree program!


These programmes give an option for anyone anywhere to be part of Don Bosco University (DBU) backed by its worldwide network in education and other developmental works. Currently Don Bosco Society operates in 132 countries.


The DBU OnLine programme Director Dr Joseph Anikuzhikkattil says, “from this year we are offering study programmes in the following subjects: Executive MBA (1 year), MBA in Information Technology (2 years), MBA in Entrepreneurship (2 years), MBA with Specialization (2 years), MS (Information Technology) (2 years), Bachelor of Business Administration (3 years) and Bachelor of Computer Applications (3 years).” Registration details are available at www.dbuglobal.com.


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