T The tradition of Yoga has always been passed on individually from teacher to student through oral teaching and practical demonstration. The formal techniques that are now known as Yoga are, therefore, based on the collective experiences of many individuals over many thousands of years. The particular manner in which the techniques are taught and .practiced today depends on the approach passed down in the line of teachers supporting the individual practitioner. Yoga is essentially a spiritual discipline based on an extremely subtle science, which focuses on establishing harmony between mind, body; thought and action; restraint and fulfilment; harmony between man and nature and a holistic approach to health and well-being. Yoga is not about exercise but to discover the sense of oneness with ourselves, the world and Nature. It is an art and science for healthy living.
The word “Yoga” is derived from the Sanskrit root ‘yuj’ meaning “to join”, “to yoke” or “to unite”. According to Yogic scriptures, the practice of Yoga leads to the union of individual consciousness with universal consciousness.
In addition to this, Yoga is becoming popular day by day and has become a wave which is sweeping across the globe. In this course we introduce yoga as a science of Holistic living and not merely as yoga postures. During the course the student will be able to understand the concept of Preventive Healthcare, Promotion of Positive Health and Personality Development through Yoga.
DNAMCT is conducting various Yoga Educational Programme, Yoga Training courses, Yoga Therapy Course and Extension/Outreach and Charity Programmes, Yoga Tutorials / Tuitions / Studies such as YCB, Distance Education, Skill Training Programmes, Educational visit to Member Institutions for the promotion and development of Yoga.
However, recently, the Ministry of AYUSH has established Yoga Certification Board (YCB) for Certification of Yoga Professionals and Accreditation of Yoga Institutions under the aegis of MDNIY. The Yoga Certification Board has recommended issuing certification of the Yoga Instructors of the following four levels:
- Level-I Yoga Protocol Instructor
- Level-II Yoga Wellness Instructor
- Level-III Yoga Teacher and Evaluator
- Level-IV Yoga Master
To streamline the Yoga Education and Training programmes, as mandated by DNAM & Charitable Trust would like to start this Short Term non-residential Certificate Courses on part time basis, at the Institute or at other Extension Centers of the Institute including Yoga Centers run by the Institute at other designated locations.
TITLE OF THE COURSE
The course shall be called ‘Advance Certificate Course in Yoga’ shortly in ACCY
AIMS OF THE COURSE
- To promote and propagate Yoga as a science of holistic living
OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSE
- To help participants learn various techniques necessary for Yoga Teaching,
- To develop healthy lifestyle of common people by introducing the Yogic way of life.
- Promoting positive health, prevention of stress related health problems and rehabilitation through yoga.
i) A pass in 12th from a recognized Board / Council or equivalent.
ii) Certificate Course in Yoga (200 hrs.) from UGC/NCTE recognized Yoga Institution / College / University / or
Its equivalent from any Central/State University, Yoga Institutions recognized or accredited by Yoga Certification Board, Ministry of AYUSH /
Yoga professionals having a minimum of 5years experience in active teaching and training in Yoga with valid documentations.
iii) The candidates must be medically fit. No person with chronic ailments is allowed to take admission.
DURATION OF THE COURSE AND TIMINGS
This is full-time non-residential course, extended over period of 24 weeks. It will be conducted five days in a week six months or 500 hours. The duration of the course is usually 6 (six) months (500 Hrs.). The course usually will start from – June and August
However, the Institute is free to conduct the said course in 6 months as given below.
|Months||No. of Weeks||No. of Days in a Week||Total No. of Days||Practical Training (Hours)||Theory lectures (Hours)||Inaugural and Valedictory (Hours)||Total Hours|
i) Theory lectures for course 300 hours
ii) Practical training in Yoga 240 hours
Total : 540 hours
COURSE TIMING: The course timing may be preferably
Morning – 10.30am to 12.30pm – Practical classes
12.30am – Lunch time
1.30pm to 02.30pm – Theory sessions
02.30pm to 03.30pm – Theory sessions
Noon – 03.30pm to 04.30pm – Discussion/Library work
MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTIONS
Bengali / Hindi / English
30 seats per batch. 10% seats over and above the total seats shall be for Foreign candidates. 05% seats over and above the total seats shall be for persons with Differently Abled.
UPCOMING COURSE DATE
|Sl. No.||Course Date||Venue||Fees||Admission|
|1||21 Jun, 2020 to 14 Mar, 2021||VYASA Nadia – The School of Yoga, Simurali||Rs.40,000/- +GST||Apply now|
i. An admission notice will be issued by the Institute 15 days prior to commencement of the course on its Notice Board and Website.
ii. The prospectus with Application Form for admission to ACCY can be obtained from the office of Yoga Center in the said institution/college on payment of prescribed fees as mentioned in the admission notification. The application form may also be downloaded from the Institute’s website www.dnayoga.org. In that case the applicant shall deposit the requisite fees at the time of submission of Application Form.
iii. The application form duly filled in all respect, supported by the self-attested photo copies of all necessary documents should be submitted at the registration counter of Institute/College on or before the last date.
iv. The selection will be made on the basis of Entrance Test.
v. In case of persons getting equal marks, the criteria for the selection will be the marks obtained by them in matriculation examination and in case of equal marks in matriculation then any qualification in Yoga or other qualifications in AYUSH system or higher qualifications in hierarchy.
vi. If any seats remained vacant, they will be filled by Counselling as per the decision of Admission Committee of Institute/College.
viii. The provisional Selection list will be displayed on the Notice Board of the Institute.
ix. The office timings of the Institute are 10:00 am to 04:00 pm on all working days (Monday to Friday).
Admission will be processed between the dates of 1st to 14th of the month before starting of every batch.
The dress shall be white T-shirt and trousers of selected colour (or as decided by the Institute) both for boys and girls which need to be purchased by the students on their own.
Selection will be made on the basis of performance in Entrance Test of one hour duration, Consisting of objective Questions based on the Syllabus of Foundation and Certificate Course in Yoga being conducted in Institute/College, will be held on the prescribed date as mentioned in the notification; and clearing of the Medical Test.
There will be Medical Examination before a candidate is finally selected for admission in the course. Selection will be subject to medical examination which will be conducted at Institute/College at the cost of Rs.50/-. The student will be permitted to submit other fees only after getting medical fitness Declaration Certificate from the Medical Officer of said Institute.
COUNSELING & PAYMENT OF FEES:
All the candidates, who have passed the entrance test and cleared medical test, will appear for counselling at the premises of Institute where the candidates will be required to bring their certificates/testimonials for verification and the amount of course fee. The candidates must bring the following while coming for counselling.
a) Copy of 10th (Matriculation) certificate or its equivalent from a recognized Board.
b) Copies of Certificate Course in Yoga from Institute/College
Equivalent from other Universities/Institutions and Experience Certificates, if any.
c) Copy of Aadhaar Card
d) Four passport size photographs
e) Course Fees (as mentioned in admission notice)
f) Authentic Certificates for reserved category students.
|Sl. No.||Details||Amount (in Rs.)||Remarks|
|1||Admission-Registration Fee,||2,000/-||At the time of making application|
|2||Course Fee||35,000/-||At the time of admission only|
|3||Examination fee||2,000/-||At the time of examination|
|4||Certification etc.||1,000/-||At the time of examination|
|5||Inclusions in the fees*||–||Dresses, books and IEC materials|
|Total amount||40,000/-||18% GST is applicable|
Note: Fees are subject to change. GST will be taken in the time of admission with the fees.
*Concessions will be given to the selected categories
VOLUNTARY CERTIFICATION OF YOGA PROFESSIONALS THROUGH YCB
The course is designed in line with Level-3: Yoga Teacher and Evaluator of Yoga Certification Board (YCB), Morarji Desai National Institute of Yoga, Ministry of AYUSH, Govt. of India. Those desires to get certified by the Yoga certification Board shall applied separately for voluntary certification by paying prescribed fees of YCB. Guidelines for Voluntary Yoga Certification by YCB will be informed in due course of time with a separate notice.
i) The Theory and Practical examinations will be conducted in the last month of the course. The results will be declared on the basis of performance in both theory and practical Examinations.
ii) A candidate failing in one or more theory/practical papers is allowed to re-appear for those papers only, in which he/she has failed.
iii) A supplementary examination will be conducted within one month of declaration of the result after payment of the requisite examination fee of Rs.500/-.
iv) Re-evaluation in Practical examination is not allowed.
v) Fee chargeable for recounting of the answer book is Rs.200/- per subject and should be deposited personally in the office of DNAMCT on working days.
vi) The candidates are required to attend 80% of the total classes conducted during the course. Those candidates whose attendance is below 80% shall not be eligible to appear in the examination. However, 5% attendance will be condoned on medical ground only on production of medical certificate or at the discretion of the Director on valid grounds.
vii) Any candidate found indulging in any unfair or unethical practice during examination; he/she shall be barred from the course.
viii) Final examination results shall be displayed on the Notice Board and website of the Institute.
ix) The decision of the Board of Examiners, Institute/College shall be final in all the matters relating to examination.
RESULT & AWARD OF CLASS
Minimum marks to pass is 40 % marks in each theory and practical papers are
Pass Class 40% and above and below 50% in aggregate
Second Class 50% and above and below 60% in aggregate
First Class 60% and above and below 80% in aggregate
First Class with Distinction 80% and above in aggregate
Note: If a candidate has failed only in one theory/practical paper, he/she shall be given grace marks of maximum 10% of the total marks of theory/practical paper.
AWARD OF THE CERTIFICATE
On successful completion of the course, an institutional Certificate of “Advance Certificate Course in Yoga” will be awarded to the candidates who are successful in both theory and practical examinations.
Rules & Regulations:
i) Mere applying for admission to the course does not confer any right upon the candidate to be selected.
ii) Canvassing in any form will disqualify the candidate for admission.
iii) Institution/College owns no responsibility for providing employment.
iv) Irregular attendance, habitual idleness, disobedience or unbecoming conduct in the premises will render a student liable not to continue the course and his/her name shall be removed from the rolls after prior notice.
v) Uses of Cell Phones during the class hours (both theory and practical) are strictly forbidden. If found doing so, strict action shall be taken against the candidates.
vi) Institution shall take no responsibility during the course for any injury sustained by the student though all precautions will be taken to prevent accidents.
vii) Permission for leave or absence from classes must be taken in writing from the course Teacher/ Coordinator/ Head in advance. In case of illness, a Medical Certificate may be submitted in time as per guidelines.
viii) The student’s concerned shall compensate any damage caused to the property of the Institute.
ix) Students are responsible for the loss or damage of books, equipment, tools and instruments used by them and necessary action will be taken.
x) Student shall behave themselves in such manner that it shall not disturb peace and tranquillity of any other student, teacher etc.
xi) Absence from any activity of the scheduled program will be treated as a gross breach of discipline.
xii) No Union/Association shall be formed by the students.
xiii) Students should not visit the Staff Faculties/Members during class hours.
xiv) Students should keep in mind that they are here not merely to study the ancient discipline of Yoga, but also apply the same discipline and lifestyle to themselves.
xv) The Head’s decision will be final in all matters related to discipline and smooth conduct of the course.
xvi) Following are strictly forbidden/prohibited within the Institute..
a) Possession or use of alcoholic drinks/beverages.
b) Smoking & chewing tobacco/Gutkha Pouch/Chewing gum etc.
c) Use of cell phone during the class hours or possession of fire arms or any lethal weapon.
d) Ragging/teasing/harassment in any form is prohibited and punishable.
xvii) Students must attend Yoga practical classes on time daily; they must be empty stomach.
xviii) The student shall be required to follow the rules and regulations prescribed in the syllabus and also amended/framed by the Institute for improvement in the quality of teaching, training and discipline, from time to time.
xix) In case of any dispute, the case will be dealt under jurisdiction of Kalyani courts, only.
xx) All valuables/money shall be properly secured by the students. The Institute will not be responsible for loss of any valuables/cash.
xxi) DNAMC&T reserves the right to change, delete, alter and add any of the rules and regulations as and when necessary, without prior notice.