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ICFAI launches 4 new progs; prospectus out

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SHILLONG, May 8: The ICFAI University Tripura released the new prospectuses for a total of 59 professional programmes for the academic year 2024-25 in the field of Engineering, Basic Sciences, English, Allied Health Sciences, Nursing, Management, Commerce, Law, Education, Special Education,
Physical Education, Yoga & Naturopathy, Library & Information Science, Psychology, Clinical Psychology, French etc., on May 4. The prospectus was released during a press meet held in Agartala which was addressed by ICFAI Vice Chancellor, Prof. Biplab Halder.
Addressing the press, Prof Halder informed that this year the University launched four new professional programmes for the current academic session for the benefits of students.
The new programmes are Bachelor of Arts in Yoga & Naturopathy, Bachelor of Science in Yoga & Naturopathy, Master of Hospital Administration, and Post-Graduate Diploma in Yoga Therapy.
He also informed that the University is celebrating 20 years of excellence in providing professional education since its establishment in June, 2004.
The University has a good track record of placement through campus drives attended by national and multinational companies.

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