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Examination and Certification

Examinations and Certification of the students will be controlled by the Administrative Office- Alma HO- India.The authorized Centre- head would take required tests and final examination and send the Statement Sheet (down-loaded from the www.alma.in duly filled-in, along with the answer sheets duly checked, to the Alma H.O.

 

 

 

Examination and Certification

Examination and Certification shall be organized by Alma in coordination with the concerned Franchisee Centre Head, after the completion of the course (as per Alma prescribed syllabus) in the stipulated duration at the centre.

The authorized Centre- head would take required tests and final examination and send the Statement Sheet (down-loaded from the www.alma.in  duly filled-in, along with the answer sheets duly checked, to the Alma H.O. 

The Centre Head shall submit the statement sheet, down-loaded from the www.alma.in , duly filled-in mentioning all the particulars and  signed by the Centre Head with the rubber-stamp of the centre concerned. Consequently, the Alma H.O. will issue the required Certificate, Diploma, Master Diploma & PG Diploma and Mark-Sheet within a period of one month from the date of receipt of the details.


Examinations and Certification of the students will be controlled by the Administrative Office- Alma HO- India. 

 

 


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