Delhi Institute of Heritage Research and Managment
ind.gif (2860 bytes)

Our Heritage ! Our Joy
DIHRM - A Brief Profile
Aims & Objectives
Academic Courses
The Faculty
Research Programmes
Jobs Available
Suggestions
Contact Us

DIHRM - A Brief Profile

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
            methodology.
          • 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.



To address the contemporary needs of heritage management the Institute conducts a two year Post-Graduate Degree in Heritage Management with emphasis to life long learning beyond the conventional education - to link theory with practice effectively. There is a vast work potential for professional heritage managers in government and non-government sectors.

Working Hours :

The Institute remains open, both for teaching and for administrative work on all working days (Monday to Friday) from 9.30 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. It remains closed on Saturdays, Sundays and Gazetted holidays as observed in the State Govt. Departments.

| Home | Our Heritage ! Our Joy ! | DIHRM - A Brief Profile | Aims & Objectives |
| Admissions and Courses | The Faculty | Research Programmes |
| Jobs Available | Suggestions | Contact Us |