Delhi Institute of Heritage Research & Management About-:
Archaeological monuments, arts and crafts, oral and written literature, living traditions, natural features and 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 our living traditions. Collectively, it is the past that we have a responsibility to safeguard for 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 urbanisation and commercialisation. Though these processes are the part of a nation’s life and can not be stopped, but a systematic instruction on heritage and its management can regulate the process to safeguard our heritage and create a sympathetic and concerned attitude.
It is for this that we need to train professional heritage managers to view the discipline holistically. To address this need the Government of the National Capital Territory of Delhi established the autonomous Delhi Institute of Heritage Research and Management.
Delhi Institute of Heritage Research & Management (DIHRM), established by the Govt. of NCT of Delhi and affiliated to the Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, is a unique institution in India devoted to the study, Conservation and Preservation of the Heritage. Archaeological monuments, arts and crafts, oral and written literature, living tradition, natural features and environment are all part of our heritage.
Collectively it is the past that we have a responsibility to safeguard for future. Our solemn responsibility to respect, cherish and preserve.
Aims of DIHRM :
- To create a trained and involved group of Heritage Managers, by providing instruction and research guidance
adhering to the modern principles of management along with the heritage related disciplines of archaeology,
art, architecture, literary and oral traditions among others.
- To undertake multi-disciplinary research in archaeology backed with field-work and latest scientific
- To create mass awareness and an information base of heritage and its management by the use of media.
- To encourage scholarship in heritage management by providing fellowships, financial assistance and awards.
Delhi Institute of Heritage Research & Management Course
- Master in Archaeology and Heritage Management (MAHM)
- Master in Conservation, Preservation and Heritage Management (MCPHM)
Eligibility Conditions: The candidates eligible to apply for the Master Degree Courses should be a Graduate (3 years degree course) in any subject of Humanities, Commerce or Sciences (those appearing in 3rd year final exam may also apply). The student must be a graduate from an Indian or recognised foreign university or have passed an examination recognised as equivalent to a degree and possess such other qualifications as may be prescribed by the University from time to time.