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IGNOU Launches Certificate Programme in Yoga (CPY)

17 June, 2019
IGNOU’s School of Health Sciences (SOHS) has launched Certificate Programme in Yoga (CPY) from July, 2019 session.
 
Prof. S.B. Arora sharing details about the new programme said that after studying this particular programme, the learner shall understand the basic principles and practice of yoga. He further added that the programme also aims to make the candidate aware about the history and the contribution of various Yogis in the field of Yoga and attain both physical and mental health through Yoga.

Yoga is essentially a practice based on an extremely subtle science, which focuses on bringing harmony between mind, body and spirit. It is a very powerful means to achieve physical, mental and emotional well being. Yoga paves the way to discover the self, the external world and the nature. It is an art and science for healthy living. Yoga has several benefits including education, health and stress management.
 
Eligibility                                : Class XII pass from any recognized board (any stream)
Medium of Instruction           : English
Duration                                 : Minimum six months and Maximum 2 years
Fee structure                         : Rs 10,000/- for full programme

Programme offered through the following Regional Centres: Delhi, Dehradun, Bengaluru, Bhubaneswar, Jaipur, Ladnun, Chennai, Mumbai and Pune.

The programme will have 3 courses with 16 Credits. 
           CREDIT SYSTEM FOR CERTIFICATE PROGRAMME IN YOGA (CPY)
Course code    
Course Title          
Credits     
CPY-001                         
Introduction to Yoga and Yogic texts                            
04
 CPY-002
Yoga and Health                  
04
 CPYL-001
Shat Kriyas, Yogic Kriyas, Asanas, Pranayama, Mantra Japa                            
08              
 
Total credits                                              
16
               
Please write to Programme Coordinator at cpy@ignou.ac.in for details.