1. To impart Biblical and Theological knowledge to those who cannot have their education in institutional settings as residential students or day scholars.
2. To train and equip prospective workers of the Kingdom of God into resourceful persons with the intention that they will promote and do effective ministry among children, youth, women and others at their given settings and ministry areas.
B. Th. – Bachelor of Theology
M.Div. – Master of Divinity
|Tuition fee per semester including contact classes||4000||5000|
|Examination fee per Semester||200||300|
|Graduation fee (Final Year)||2000||3500|
The contact classes would be arranged for each subject in the beginning of each semester to give orientation on the subjects to be covered in that semester
The contact classes would be conducted at least for five continuous days as residential in the SWMTS campus. Food and accommodation would be arranged by the seminary during those days at students cost at Rs. 300/day. Attendance in the contact classes is compulsory as it merits 10% of marks for each subject which adds the chance of qualifying the final examination. Travel expenses and arrangements must be made by individual students.
There would be two assignments covering the whole content of each subject which should be submitted to the Extension Education Department (EED) on quarterly basis for evaluation. Each assignment merits 15% of marks if found reasonably good in content and presentation, during evaluation.
The semester examination would be conducted at the end of each semester as per the time table and the answer paper would be evaluated by the concerned faculty. Each subject carries 60% of marks.
The candidate should score a minimum of 50% marks out of 100 in each subject compulsorily to qualify the concerned subject.
|Assignment 2 x 15||30|
|Semester Written Exam||60|
|M. Div. (Secular Graduates)||90|
|M. Div. (B. Th. IInd Class) td>||60|
In order to effectively help each student with education, necessary study materials would be made available. Nevertheless, as far as possible they should purchase few source books of their own in the course of their study.
The student can complete the degree within three years in the normal course. However, one can be permitted to complete within a maximum period of five years, provided the student remits an extension fee of Rs. 500 per year.