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ISKCON Disciple Course

How do you assess the course?

Ten (10) Questions are to be answered in short essays. Your responses should be no more than approximately 250 words each. Some questions may require shorter answers. For the assessment the mandatory Course Summary Quiz and your Course Forum participation are also used. A minimum grade of 65% is required for an overall pass. The …

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Will I receive a Course Certificate?

Yes, after successfully passing the course assessment you will receive by email a printable digital ISKCON Disciple Course Certificate – endorsed by the ISKCON Governing Body Commission Guru Services Committee.

What if my English is only basic?

We only assess course comprehension through the essays and not your English skills. If you cover in your essays the necessary points then you will be perfectly fine. Don’t overdo it. We don’t want you to write lengthy college level essays. Rather, we prefer you to deliver essays showing comprehension in a concise manner.

Can I teach the ISKCON Disciple Course after graduating from this online course?

No, Online IDC graduates are not eligible to teach IDC on site campus courses. Potential teachers of IDC must attend, in person, an on site campus course. Additional requirements to teach the ISKCON Disciple Course: Be initiated for at least 5 years Have completed the ISKCON Disciple Course Be recommended by their Disciple Course facilitator …

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Do you offer refunds?

No, we don’t offer refunds for digitally delivered products and services. But may do so at our own discretion under specific circumstances.

What about Plagiarism?

Please understand that the ISKCON Congregational Development Ministry delivers this course as a service to the ISKCON Members and that the ISKCON Disciple Course is meant to improve Guru & Disciple and ISKCON Member relationships. Trying to pass the assessment using plagiarism shows disrespect to the ISKCON Disciple Course creators, its facilitators and ISKCON’s acting …

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