I-LEAD: Impactful Leadership Development

Start Date: 3rd October, 2020

About the Internship

Lead, Plan and Practise for Community Development

This virtual online internship is conducted by #11 university, National University of Singapore. It introduces and examines the idea of ‘community leadership’.

 

You will build and/or support an economically and socially healthy future for their communities. You will identify social needs in the local community and endeavour to improve the lives of vulnerable groups or communities/ecosystems with needs. The grassroots solutions you plan can involve grassroot leaders, social entrepreneurs and/or businessmen who are well known personalities or ordinary unsung heroes.

 

You will be exposed to practise important leadership competencies that are often underemphasized, such as visioning, practising empathy, building social networks, identifying strengths and values, negotiation and influencing skills.

 

You will be required to investigate the emergence of pioneering community leaders. The teaching methodology incorporates online lectures, tutorials, and experiential exercises.

At a Glance
Duration : 8 weeks
Learner Profile : Grade 7-12 students
Programme Fee : SGD 1249
Application Deadline : 25th September, 2020
Duration : 8 Weeks
Learner Profile : Grade 7-12 students
Internship Fee (Inaugural Offer) : SGD 1249
Application Deadline : 25th September 2020
Mode of Delivery : Online LIVE sessions
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Learning Intervention

Understand important competencies of leadership Community Building Team Collaboration
  • Appreciation of strengths of individuals and fostering teamwork
  • Values and vision
  • Influence and negotiation
  • Global and community consciousness

Successful case studies:

  • Harvard University’s social initiative
  • Instructors’ life examples
  • Creative luminaries
  • Teenagers who have the boldness to create positive impact

Case studies on

  • Work in teams during group project
  • Networking/ negotiation exercise
Week 1
  • Leadership in the Community
  • Character Strengths
  • Case example from Harvard University’s “Making Caring Common” initiative, adaptation in Singapore, inspiring personalities
  • Shared values and empathy
Week 2
  • Identifying community causes
  • Case examples
  • Eco-conservation; parks, plants & environment in Singapore
  • Tree planting exercise & significance
Week 3
  • Vision and Identity
  • Envision the Future
  • MCQ quiz
  • Circle of Influence
  • Building Social Connections
  • Tutorial 1 (30 mins for each team)
Week 4
  • Harmony in the community
  • Learning journey – walkabout to experience local culture
  • Identifying hidden inequality
  • Role of good jobs
Week 5
  • Influence in Leadership
  • Getting to Yes
  • Negotiation & group exercise
  • Life examples
  • Tutorial 2 (30 mins for each team)
Week 6
  • Project Work - Crafting a plan that brings ideas to life
Week 7
  • Project Work - Crafting a plan that brings ideas to life
Week 8
  • Team project presentations (videos)
  • Application of the ideas in the learners’ home communities
  • Prizes for best projects

Note:

  1. The content and sequence of the programme may undergo minor changes to cater to the profile of the registered participants.
  2. Readings and online videos for viewing will be assigned each week.

Assessment Criteria

Following is the assessment criteria:

Assessment Component Weightage
Continuous assessment (Mini assignments & MCQ quizzes) 30%
Project assessment 70%
testimonial

Certificate of Completion
by I-LEAD

Pedagogy
Learning Goals
Understand important competencies of leadership Community Building Team Collaboration
  • Appreciation of strengths of individuals and fostering teamwork
  • Values and vision
  • Influence and negotiation
  • Global and community consciousness

Successful case studies:

  • Harvard University’s social initiative
  • Instructors’ life examples
  • Creative luminaries
  • Teenagers who have the boldness to create positive impact

Case studies on

  • Work in teams during group project
  • Networking/ negotiation exercise
Schedule
Week 1
  • Leadership in the Community
  • Character Strengths
  • Case example from Harvard University’s “Making Caring Common” initiative, adaptation in Singapore, inspiring personalities
  • Shared values and empathy
Week 2
  • Identifying community causes
  • Case examples
  • Eco-conservation; parks, plants & environment in Singapore
  • Tree planting exercise & significance
Week 3
  • Vision and Identity
  • Envision the Future
  • MCQ quiz
  • Circle of Influence
  • Building Social Connections
  • Tutorial 1 (30 mins for each team)
Week 4
  • Harmony in the community
  • Learning journey – walkabout to experience local culture
  • Identifying hidden inequality
  • Role of good jobs
Week 5
  • Influence in Leadership
  • Getting to Yes
  • Negotiation & group exercise
  • Life examples
  • Tutorial 2 (30 mins for each team)
Week 6
  • Project Work - Crafting a plan that brings ideas to life
Week 7
  • Project Work - Crafting a plan that brings ideas to life
Week 8
  • Team project presentations (videos)
  • Application of the ideas in the learners’ home communities
  • Prizes for best projects

Note:

  1. The content and sequence of the programme may undergo minor changes to cater to the profile of the registered participants.
  2. Readings and online videos for viewing will be assigned each week.
Assessment

Assessment Criteria

Following is the assessment criteria:

Assessment Component Weightage
Continuous assessment (Mini assignments & MCQ quizzes) 30%
Project assessment 70%
Programme Completion Documents
testimonial

Certificate of Completion
by I-LEAD

Admissions

Associates

I-LEAD

NUS School of Continuing and Lifelong Education (NUS SCALE)

The National University of Singapore (NUS) is the first autonomous research university in Singapore. NUS is a comprehensive research university offering a wide range of disciplines. The QS World University Rankings 2020 ranked NUS 11th in the world and 1st in Asia. The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020 placed NUS at 25th in the world and 3rd in Asia, while its reputation rankings placed NUS at 24th globally. SCImago Institutions Rankings rates NUS in the 1st percentile overall as well as in terms of research quality.

The NUS School of Continuing and Lifelong Education (NUS SCALE) was launched in June 2016 to provide high-quality and industry-relevant continuing education and training programmes, as well as design and deliver multidisciplinary programmes for international partners.

Drawing on the expertise of 16 other NUS faculties and schools, backed by cutting-edge research along with strong industry links, NUS SCALE equips youths, professionals, and organisations from the world over with the latest knowledge and skills demanded in the digital economy. Delivered with technology-enabled blended learning approaches, NUS’ Continuing Education and Training (CET) programmes are designed to enhance both learning experiences and outcomes.

Faculty Profile

Dr. Tan Lai Yong

Dr. Tan Lai Yong

Associate Professor, College of Alice & Peter Tan

Department of Medicine,
Division of Family Medicine,
Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health

Upon graduation from NUS in 1985, Assoc Prof Tan Lai Yong worked as a doctor in Singapore. In 1996, he and his wife, and one year old daughter moved to Yunnan, China, and joined a community development team, working with the poverty affected in remote villages, caring for orphans, disabled children and leprosy affected. During his fifteen years in Yunnan, he cycled 30 km daily, created innovative ways to teach health and hygiene to the different Minority Ethnic groups and villages, planned for “surgery camps” for cleft palate babies and other disabled people, and also initiated tree planting (e.g. walnut) efforts that led to thousands of trees being planted to help raise farm income and also reduce soil erosion.

 

As part of the China National Day celebrations in 2004, Lai Yong was given the Friendship Award for Foreign Experts at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, an event that was graced by Premier Wen Jia Bao. Lai Yong was also given the Singapore International Foundation (SIF Award) presented by Mr. Lee Hsien Loong and the 2005 Singapore MILK Fund (Mainly I Love Kids) Award for Outstanding Youth and Children’s Worker by President Nathan. In 2007, the Yunnan Provincial TV Station ran a series on people in Yunnan and the viewers voted Dr Tan Lai Yong as one of the “Good Citizens of Kunming”. Lai Yong has written several books and his first book, “Biting the Bamboo” – Experiences of Work and Life in Yunnan, is in its 5th printing. He also wrote the book, “Two Ears but Only One Mouth – Reflections on Wisdom in Rural Yunnan” and “Pilgrims” – a photo journal of life in a Dai Village in Xishuangbanna. He is married and has two children who are now young adults.

Prof Angie Tan

Prof Angie Tan

Instructor

College of Alice & Peter Tan
National University of Singapore

Angie Tan started working within different communities while she was still in school. Over the years, she worked on various types of projects across countries. Along the way, she picked up Sign Language. Her interest in community development led her to work with a Singaporean NGO full time where she set up orphanages and organised community development programmes in Thailand and Cambodia by working closely with the local community.

 

She received her Bachelor Degree of Commerce (Accounting & Marketing) from Curtin University, Australia, and obtained her Master of Arts from Nanyang Technological University.

Prof Titus Yong

Prof Titus Yong

Adjunct Senior Lecturer

National University of Singapore Business School

Titus Yong has facilitated creative thinking, innovation and strategic planning sessions for a number of Fortune 500 companies. His eclectic professional experience ranges from offshore engineering to business process consulting and venture capital. He has invested in a number of educational companies that focus on fostering ingenuity in children and youth.

 

He has brought his wife and two teenage children to travel to far-flung places and organised a number of fund-raising efforts for charities and worthwhile causes. He leads visioning workshops and events for community building.

 

Titus is Vice President of Harvard University Association of Alumni in Singapore, where he chairs the Harvard Prize Book awards.

I-LEAD

NUS School of Continuing and Lifelong Education (NUS SCALE)

The National University of Singapore (NUS) is the first autonomous research university in Singapore. NUS is a comprehensive research university offering a wide range of disciplines. The QS World University Rankings 2020 ranked NUS 11th in the world and 1st in Asia. The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020 placed NUS at 25th in the world and 3rd in Asia, while its reputation rankings placed NUS at 24th globally. SCImago Institutions Rankings rates NUS in the 1st percentile overall as well as in terms of research quality.

The NUS School of Continuing and Lifelong Education (NUS SCALE) was launched in June 2016 to provide high-quality and industry-relevant continuing education and training programmes, as well as design and deliver multidisciplinary programmes for international partners.

Drawing on the expertise of 16 other NUS faculties and schools, backed by cutting-edge research along with strong industry links, NUS SCALE equips youths, professionals, and organisations from the world over with the latest knowledge and skills demanded in the digital economy. Delivered with technology-enabled blended learning approaches, NUS’ Continuing Education and Training (CET) programmes are designed to enhance both learning experiences and outcomes.

Faculty Profile

Dr. Tan Lai Yong

Dr. Tan Lai Yong

Associate Professor, College of Alice & Peter Tan

Department of Medicine,
Division of Family Medicine,
Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health

Upon graduation from NUS in 1985, Assoc Prof Tan Lai Yong worked as a doctor in Singapore. In 1996, he and his wife, and one year old daughter moved to Yunnan, China, and joined a community development team, working with the poverty affected in remote villages, caring for orphans, disabled children and leprosy affected. During his fifteen years in Yunnan, he cycled 30 km daily, created innovative ways to teach health and hygiene to the different Minority Ethnic groups and villages, planned for “surgery camps” for cleft palate babies and other disabled people, and also initiated tree planting (e.g. walnut) efforts that led to thousands of trees being planted to help raise farm income and also reduce soil erosion.

 

As part of the China National Day celebrations in 2004, Lai Yong was given the Friendship Award for Foreign Experts at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, an event that was graced by Premier Wen Jia Bao. Lai Yong was also given the Singapore International Foundation (SIF Award) presented by Mr. Lee Hsien Loong and the 2005 Singapore MILK Fund (Mainly I Love Kids) Award for Outstanding Youth and Children’s Worker by President Nathan. In 2007, the Yunnan Provincial TV Station ran a series on people in Yunnan and the viewers voted Dr Tan Lai Yong as one of the “Good Citizens of Kunming”. Lai Yong has written several books and his first book, “Biting the Bamboo” – Experiences of Work and Life in Yunnan, is in its 5th printing. He also wrote the book, “Two Ears but Only One Mouth – Reflections on Wisdom in Rural Yunnan” and “Pilgrims” – a photo journal of life in a Dai Village in Xishuangbanna. He is married and has two children who are now young adults.

Prof Angie Tan

Prof Angie Tan

Instructor

College of Alice & Peter Tan
National University of Singapore

Angie Tan started working within different communities while she was still in school. Over the years, she worked on various types of projects across countries. Along the way, she picked up Sign Language. Her interest in community development led her to work with a Singaporean NGO full time where she set up orphanages and organised community development programmes in Thailand and Cambodia by working closely with the local community.

 

She received her Bachelor Degree of Commerce (Accounting & Marketing) from Curtin University, Australia, and obtained her Master of Arts from Nanyang Technological University.

Prof Titus Yong

Prof Titus Yong

Adjunct Senior Lecturer

National University of Singapore Business School

Titus Yong has facilitated creative thinking, innovation and strategic planning sessions for a number of Fortune 500 companies. His eclectic professional experience ranges from offshore engineering to business process consulting and venture capital. He has invested in a number of educational companies that focus on fostering ingenuity in children and youth.

 

He has brought his wife and two teenage children to travel to far-flung places and organised a number of fund-raising efforts for charities and worthwhile causes. He leads visioning workshops and events for community building.

 

Titus is Vice President of Harvard University Association of Alumni in Singapore, where he chairs the Harvard Prize Book awards.

Participant Experiences

Success Stories

Frequently Asked Questions

How will this internship help me in my career or higher studies?

The programme will equip you to build and/or support an economically and socially healthy future for their communities.The grassroots solutions you plan can involve grassroot leaders, social entrepreneurs and/or businessmen who are well known personalities or ordinary unsung heroes.

You will be exposed to practise important leadership competencies that are often underemphasized, such as

  1. Visioning
  2. Practising empathy
  3. Building social networks
  4. Identifying strengths and values
  5. Negotiation and influencing skills.

Who is organizing the online internship?

Corporate Gurukul is organizing the online certified internship programme in association with our partner National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore.

How/Where is the internship conducted?

The internship will be conducted via LIVE online sessions, using web conferencing and collaboration software, such as Zoom/ GoToMeeting and Slack.

Is it an online internship or a training programme?

It is an online internship, with training components, which is a hands-on guided experience to hone industry-relevant skills and knowledge in a chosen domain with mentorship by university faculty and industry professional(s).

What are the highlights of the internship?

Some of the highlights of the internship:

  1. LIVE Interactive Online sessions: Training on theory and core concepts
  2. In-session: Assignments and real-life case examples
  3. Quiz: Continuous assessments to ensure understanding and progress
  4. Project Work: Participants work in groups on a real-world project
  5. Project Presentation and Evaluation – All teams/participants present their projects(via video call) and are assessed on the project process and outcome.

What is the fee involved in the online internship?

In order to know about the internship fee/cost involved please refer ‘Programme Fee’ in ‘Admissions’ section above.

Are the dates confirmed for the online internship?

Yes, dates are confirmed for each cohort of online internship participants. Prior notice will be given to all concerned parties if there is a change of date due to unforeseen circumstances. Corporate Gurukul will make best efforts to accommodate the convenience of all parties on revised schedule, date and time.

What is the deadline to submit the application form?

The deadline is as specified under ‘Dates and Deadlines’ block in the ‘Admissions’ section above.

What is the application process?

You are required to apply online using the ‘Enrol Now’ button. The detailed application process post will be shared on email.

What are the selection criteria?

The selection criteria is as mentioned under ‘Requirement for Admissions’ in the ‘Admissions’ section above.

Which classes can apply for the internship?

Students from Grade 8 to Grade 12 can apply for the internship.

Do I need to complete a course or have experience in leadership to attend this programme?

No prior course or experience in community work or leadership is required. However, it is definitely a bonus. If you want to be a leader, consultant, or diplomat and succeed in a globalized world or you want to participate in social, economic, and environmental issues affecting your community then this programme suits you.

Is the programme open to students from any school?

Yes, students studying the ICSE, CBSE, IB MYP, IB DP, IGCSE curriculum can apply for the programme. Students can be of any nationality, ethnicity and belong to any country!

What are the selection criteria?

The selection criteria are as follows:

  • Overall academic performance (grades) in current year and previous year ins school
  • Profile & Interest – The profile of the students is important. Your knowledge exhibited during the application profile process as well as counselling call is important.

What is the last date to pay for the ‘Internship Fee’?

The payment deadlines will be mentioned in your ‘Offer Letter’. You are eligible for the ‘Offer Letter’ only if you are selected.

What happens if I do not pay my fees by the specified due date as mentioned in ‘Offer Letter’? Can it be extended?

Your application is automatically cancelled due to non-payment of fees by the specified deadline as mentioned in ‘Offer Letter’.

Any extension requests are at the sole discretion of the admissions department and availability of seats. You will be required to send an email requesting extension and the reason for the delay in payment.

What are the ‘Internship Fee’ inclusions?

  1. Certificate of Completion by National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore.
  2. ‘Letter of Recommendation (LOR)’ by National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore for top 2 teams.

When will I get the completion documents?

The certificates and LORs will be awarded at the end of the internship.

What are the requirements to earn all the completion documents?

Issuance of the certificates will be at NUS/Corporate Gurukul’s discretion subject to:

  • Completion of all assignments and submission on time
  • 90% attendance during the internship

Which documents will I get after completion of this internship?

Refer ‘Programme Completion Documents’ in ‘Learning Intervention’ section.

What are the requirements to earn all the completion documents?

Issuance of the certificate will be at Corporate Gurukul’s discretion subject to:

  • Completion of all assignments and submission on time
  • 90% attendance during the internship

What skills will I acquire?

After the Internship students should be able to:

  • Understand important competencies of leadership
  • Learn Leadership in the Community
  • Identifying community causes
  • Learn how to Influence and negotiate
  • Global and community consciousness

Where are the live sessions conducted?

The LIVE online sessions are conducted live on Zoom/ GoToMeeting conferencing.

What are the hardware/software requirements for the online internship?

Zoom/ GoToMeeting installed on your laptop/desktop.

What about the faculty? Are they equipped enough to conduct online sessions?

Conducting online sessions is not something new for the subject matter experts at NUS Singapore. Our instructors have been trained to handle LIVE online sessions for quite some time now and skilled enough to provide a great learning experience.

How do we submit the projects/assignments?

All assignments and projects will be submitted on the Learning Management System, which will be introduced during the ‘Orientation Session’.

Are assignments given after every session? By when do we submit them?

  1. Assignments will be given weekly and need to be submitted as per the specified deadline by the facilitator.
  2. You may be required to work on the assignments in teams or individually as per the nature of the assignment.

How many projects do we do during the internship?

You are required to complete one project during the duration of the internship. This will be done in groups/teams.

When does the project presentation happen?

The project presentations will be conducted via LIVE video tools like Zoom/GoToMeeting at the end of the internship, The practise sessions are conducted with your Project Mentor on a weekly basis.

What are the assessment components?

Refer ‘Assessment’ in the ‘Learning Intervention’ section.

When are the MCQ sessions conducted?

MCQ Quiz will be conducted every week after the LIVE session is completed.

What if I get delayed in submissions?

Any late submissions of project, assignments or quizzes beyond the specified deadline will carry negative marks.

About the Internship

How will this internship help me in my career or higher studies?

The programme will equip you to build and/or support an economically and socially healthy future for their communities.The grassroots solutions you plan can involve grassroot leaders, social entrepreneurs and/or businessmen who are well known personalities or ordinary unsung heroes.

You will be exposed to practise important leadership competencies that are often underemphasized, such as

  1. Visioning
  2. Practising empathy
  3. Building social networks
  4. Identifying strengths and values
  5. Negotiation and influencing skills.

Who is organizing the online internship?

Corporate Gurukul is organizing the online certified internship programme in association with our partner National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore.

How/Where is the internship conducted?

The internship will be conducted via LIVE online sessions, using web conferencing and collaboration software, such as Zoom/ GoToMeeting and Slack.

Is it an online internship or a training programme?

It is an online internship, with training components, which is a hands-on guided experience to hone industry-relevant skills and knowledge in a chosen domain with mentorship by university faculty and industry professional(s).

What are the highlights of the internship?

Some of the highlights of the internship:

  1. LIVE Interactive Online sessions: Training on theory and core concepts
  2. In-session: Assignments and real-life case examples
  3. Quiz: Continuous assessments to ensure understanding and progress
  4. Project Work: Participants work in groups on a real-world project
  5. Project Presentation and Evaluation – All teams/participants present their projects(via video call) and are assessed on the project process and outcome.

What is the fee involved in the online internship?

In order to know about the internship fee/cost involved please refer ‘Programme Fee’ in ‘Admissions’ section above.

Are the dates confirmed for the online internship?

Yes, dates are confirmed for each cohort of online internship participants. Prior notice will be given to all concerned parties if there is a change of date due to unforeseen circumstances. Corporate Gurukul will make best efforts to accommodate the convenience of all parties on revised schedule, date and time.

Applying for the Internship

What is the deadline to submit the application form?

The deadline is as specified under ‘Dates and Deadlines’ block in the ‘Admissions’ section above.

What is the application process?

You are required to apply online using the ‘Enrol Now’ button. The detailed application process post will be shared on email.

What are the selection criteria?

The selection criteria is as mentioned under ‘Requirement for Admissions’ in the ‘Admissions’ section above.

Which classes can apply for the internship?

Students from Grade 8 to Grade 12 can apply for the internship.

Do I need to complete a course or have experience in leadership to attend this programme?

No prior course or experience in community work or leadership is required. However, it is definitely a bonus. If you want to be a leader, consultant, or diplomat and succeed in a globalized world or you want to participate in social, economic, and environmental issues affecting your community then this programme suits you.

Is the programme open to students from any school?

Yes, students studying the ICSE, CBSE, IB MYP, IB DP, IGCSE curriculum can apply for the programme. Students can be of any nationality, ethnicity and belong to any country!

Academics

What are the selection criteria?

The selection criteria are as follows:

  • Overall academic performance (grades) in current year and previous year ins school
  • Profile & Interest – The profile of the students is important. Your knowledge exhibited during the application profile process as well as counselling call is important.

Payment

What is the last date to pay for the ‘Internship Fee’?

The payment deadlines will be mentioned in your ‘Offer Letter’. You are eligible for the ‘Offer Letter’ only if you are selected.

What happens if I do not pay my fees by the specified due date as mentioned in ‘Offer Letter’? Can it be extended?

Your application is automatically cancelled due to non-payment of fees by the specified deadline as mentioned in ‘Offer Letter’.

Any extension requests are at the sole discretion of the admissions department and availability of seats. You will be required to send an email requesting extension and the reason for the delay in payment.

What are the ‘Internship Fee’ inclusions?

  1. Certificate of Completion by National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore.
  2. ‘Letter of Recommendation (LOR)’ by National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore for top 2 teams.

When will I get the completion documents?

The certificates and LORs will be awarded at the end of the internship.

What are the requirements to earn all the completion documents?

Issuance of the certificates will be at NUS/Corporate Gurukul’s discretion subject to:

  • Completion of all assignments and submission on time
  • 90% attendance during the internship

Internship Completion Documents

Which documents will I get after completion of this internship?

Refer ‘Programme Completion Documents’ in ‘Learning Intervention’ section.

What are the requirements to earn all the completion documents?

Issuance of the certificate will be at Corporate Gurukul’s discretion subject to:

  • Completion of all assignments and submission on time
  • 90% attendance during the internship

Learning Intervention

What skills will I acquire?

After the Internship students should be able to:

  • Understand important competencies of leadership
  • Learn Leadership in the Community
  • Identifying community causes
  • Learn how to Influence and negotiate
  • Global and community consciousness

Where are the live sessions conducted?

The LIVE online sessions are conducted live on Zoom/ GoToMeeting conferencing.

What are the hardware/software requirements for the online internship?

Zoom/ GoToMeeting installed on your laptop/desktop.

What about the faculty? Are they equipped enough to conduct online sessions?

Conducting online sessions is not something new for the subject matter experts at NUS Singapore. Our instructors have been trained to handle LIVE online sessions for quite some time now and skilled enough to provide a great learning experience.

How do we submit the projects/assignments?

All assignments and projects will be submitted on the Learning Management System, which will be introduced during the ‘Orientation Session’.

Are assignments given after every session? By when do we submit them?

  1. Assignments will be given weekly and need to be submitted as per the specified deadline by the facilitator.
  2. You may be required to work on the assignments in teams or individually as per the nature of the assignment.

How many projects do we do during the internship?

You are required to complete one project during the duration of the internship. This will be done in groups/teams.

When does the project presentation happen?

The project presentations will be conducted via LIVE video tools like Zoom/GoToMeeting at the end of the internship, The practise sessions are conducted with your Project Mentor on a weekly basis.

What are the assessment components?

Refer ‘Assessment’ in the ‘Learning Intervention’ section.

When are the MCQ sessions conducted?

MCQ Quiz will be conducted every week after the LIVE session is completed.

What if I get delayed in submissions?

Any late submissions of project, assignments or quizzes beyond the specified deadline will carry negative marks.