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Delhi University’s PG Diploma Course On Cyber Security Likely To Begin From February 2018

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The Delhi University has received the necessary approvals from statutory bodies and is shortly going to launch the year-long course in cyber security.

“The University of Delhi with approval of statutory bodies is shortly launching one year post-graduate diploma in Cyber Security and Law. This programme caters to the niche domain of cyber security with a unique combination of cyber laws” a statement from the university read.

The course is likely to launch in February 2018 with classes beginning from March 2018.The course will have two semesters with six papers in each of the semesters.

The University came under a lot of criticism as this course was supposed to begin from this academic session’s odd semester only but the lack of preparation and delay in approvals from Delhi University’s end caused the course to begin from an even semester.

Keep following DU Express for more updates on the admission process for Cyber Security PG Diploma.

Shivam Malhotra
A social media enthusiast who is in love with this digital world! Wrote the first article for DU Express in May 2016. Delhi College of Arts & Commerce - Class of 2017

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