Real Estate Management Course In Kolkata

KOLKATA, April 23: With the real estate boom in the country, St Xavier’s College in alliance with CREDAI(Confederation of Real Estate Developer’s Associations of India), Bengal is planning to launch a one year post graduate diploma course in real estate management very soon. The college previously runs a six-month certificate course on real estate management.
This is the first time that St Xavier’s has launched such a course in the city catering to the requirement of people from different occupations. With an reasonable fee structure of Rs 15,000 one can get the certificate course. The fee for the post graduate diploma course would be announced in the first week of May.
“The first batch contain 19 students in the certificate course, who seek to enter this sector and we are planning to enlarge the batch size up to 30 in the next session scheduled to start in July,” said Prof Ashish Mitra, a faculty member of the certificate course.


  1. Posted April 24, 2008 at 4:01 am | Permalink

    This a brilliant way to encourage the youth to consider real estate management as a career option.India lacks an organized manner in which property can be distributed .This will help businesses work faster in the future,as most property development firms lack the capability to acquire property in time .

  2. kasiraj
    Posted September 4, 2008 at 11:30 am | Permalink

    hi iam doing mba in iipm i willing to join in ur course can u just guide me now was my final year

  3. moin nawaz shah
    Posted December 11, 2008 at 3:11 am | Permalink

    i would really like to do this course as i m very interested in selling houses and all other kind of property , for very long time i was looking for the course which deals with the all the requirements related to real estate. i m undergrade i had two backlogs in my final year TYBSc electonics seven years back…and i want to know after completing certificate course can i directly do ost graduation for the same…
    i live in pune…do u have any branch in pune…or is there any chance of correspondence…plz reply.
    thaning you
    moin nawaz shah

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