How to Take Membership:

Prospective study centers interested in partnering with N.I.C.E. should follow these steps:

01Submit an Application

Prospective study centers should start by submitting an application to N.I.C.E. This application will require them to provide complete details about their organization, premises, available hardware, and their business development plan. The application may include specific forms or data sheets provided by N.I.C.E. that need to be filled out accurately and comprehensively.

02 Review of Application

Once the application is submitted, N.I.C.E. will review the provided information. This review process is essential to evaluate whether the prospective study center meets the eligibility criteria and aligns with N.I.C.E.'s standards and requirements.

03 Site Visit (if necessary)

In some cases, N.I.C.E. may decide to conduct a site visit to the prospective center. A team of N.I.C.E. professionals may visit the premises to assess the infrastructure, facilities, and overall suitability of the center for offering N.I.C.E. courses. This visit is particularly important if the application raises any questions or if physical verification is deemed necessary.

04 Approval and Agreement

Upon successful review of the application, interview, and any site visits, N.I.C.E. may grant approval for the prospective study center to become an affiliated N.I.C.E. Study Center. At this stage, both parties may need to enter into an agreement outlining the terms and conditions of the partnership, including the responsibilities and obligations of each party.

05 Setup and Training

After approval and agreement, the study center can proceed with setting up the infrastructure, hiring qualified faculty, and preparing to offer N.I.C.E. courses. N.I.C.E. may provide guidance and training to ensure that the center can deliver quality education in accordance with N.I.C.E. standards.

07 Commencement of Operations

Once the study center is fully prepared and meets all the requirements, it can start offering N.I.C.E. courses to students. This marks the beginning of the partnership between the study center and N.I.C.E.

Eligibility Criteria for N.I.C.E. Study Centre:

The eligibility criteria for becoming an affiliated N.I.C.E. (National Institute of Computer Education) Study Centre typically include the following requirements:

Infrastructure Requirements

The study center must meet specific infrastructure requirements based on its location, whether urban, metro city, non-metro city, tehsil, or village. These requirements include space (square footage), the number of classrooms, seating capacity, lab rooms, and the number of computer systems.

Hardware Requirements:

The study center must have the necessary hardware, including servers, internet connectivity, printers, UPS/generator, and air conditioning units to support the courses.

Manpower Requirements:


The administrator or manager is responsible for overseeing the overall operations of the study center. Their responsibilities may include strategic planning, staff management, financial management, and ensuring that the center operates in compliance with N.I.C.E. guidelines and policies.


Qualified and experienced faculty members are essential for delivering high-quality education and training to students. Faculty members should have expertise in the subjects they teach and should be able to effectively convey the course material to students.


A counselor or receptionist plays a crucial role in handling inquiries from prospective students and providing guidance on course selection. They also assist in the enrollment process and address student concerns. Good communication and interpersonal skills are important for this role.

04Marketing Executive

The marketing executive is responsible for promoting the study center's courses and programs. This includes creating marketing strategies, conducting promotional activities, and reaching out to potential students. Marketing executives help attract students to the center.

05Office Staff

Office staff members provide administrative support and assist with day-to-day operations. Their responsibilities may include record-keeping, managing student records, handling financial transactions, and general office tasks.

07IT Support Staff

Office staff members provide administrative support and assist with day-to-day operations. Their responsibilities may include record-keeping, managing student records, handling financial transactions, and general office tasks.

07Librarian (if applicable)

If the study center has a library or resource center, a qualified librarian may be required to manage and organize educational materials, assist students in locating resources, and maintain the library's catalog.

Profitability of Operations

The profitability of the study center depends on factors such as market potential, the number of students graduating from relevant streams in the area, and operational economics. Specifics regarding profitability will be discussed individually with each study center.

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