DIIS has tied up with Nottingham Trent University (NTU), UK, to provide study programmes starting from January 2020.
Presently DIIS is offering MSc, PG Diploma and PG Certificate Courses in two coveted domains of ‘Management of Fraud Investigation’ and ‘International Law Enforcement’, as well as many short term specialized training programmes.
Approach to Pedagogy
The teaching on this course is ‘blended’, meaning there will be a mixture of face-to-face and online teaching. This is designed to support our students whose personal and professional commitments, or geographical distance, may mean that attending in person is not always possible.
Resources and Tools to help learners’ studies
Information Services provide – and support – a wide range to learning resources and tools to help a student study effectively and develop the skills a student need to succeed.
Academic Skills Know-how
Academic Skills are all about helping a student become a more effective learner and developing the research and study skills that will help a student now and in the future.
Developing good academic skills will help a student achieve the academic success that reflects a student’s full potential. Most of the skills a student will develop during a student’s studies are transferable to future careers, so can help a student even after a student have completed the current level of study.
We have identified a host of key areas where a student will need to develop and refine a student’s academic skills and to help a student in this the Academic Skills Know-how team provide support in a variety of ways to suit different needs.
A student can access a range of resources from our detailed online support guides, plus a student can make 1-2-1 appointments with DIIS staff for more individual support.
Academic Skills Documents and Guides
We have documents available on a wide range of topics to help a student develop the essential academic skills a student needs to succeed.
eResources – Online Library Resources
Many Library resources are now available electronically and can be access via the web. A student can get the information a student wants, when a student needs it, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Our electronic resource collections offer a wide range of different types of information held in searchable online databases, electronic journals and ebooks. Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, a student can also access eResources.
Types of eResource
The main types of eResources are:
Electronal issues of journals and articles
Electronic versions of printed books
- Online Databases
Electronic abstracts/indexes where a student can search for journal articles and material on a particular topic. Some provide access to complete journal articles (full text versions).
Philanthropy / CSR Programme
DIIS has created provision for scholarship and tuition weaver for students from economically weaker sections of society.