Delhi University (DU) introduces 7 New Vocational Courses for subjects such as printing technology, software development and healthcare management, from the upcoming academic session for which the registrations will started from September 1, 2016. These seven vocational courses will be launched and there are total 50 seats in each course.
These seven vocational courses will be launched for the four colleges: Maharaja Agrasen College, Kalindi College, Jesus and Mary College and Ramanujan College. The university’s Academic Council (AC) had last year given a go-ahead to launch these courses. However, they could not be introduced in the last academic session as various modalities were being worked out. A three-year BVoc course in 2014, breaking away from the regular arts, commerce and science streams, and recognizing the need for vocational studies has been approved by University Grants Commission (UGC).
Delhi University’s New Vocational courses
The registration will begin from September 1, 2016.Jesus and Mary college will offer Bachelors in Vocational Studies (BVoc) courses in healthcare management, retail management and IT.These are also offered by Maharaja Agrasen College. There are total 50 seats to be filled in each of the courses.
Kalindi College is going to offer BVoc courses in the various subjects like printing technology and web designing while Ramanujan College will have BVoc courses in banking and financial services and insurance (BFSI) sector (banking operations) and software development.
- Maharaja Agrasen College will offer advanced diploma courses in TV programming and news production
- Jesus and Mary college will offer Bachelors in Vocational Studies (BVoc) courses in healthcare management and retail management and IT
- Kalindi College will be offering BVoc courses in printing technology and web designing
- Ramanujan College will have BVoc courses in banking and financial services and insurance (BFSI) sector (banking operations) and software development
UGC (University Grants Commission) will also provide Financial assistance of upto Rs. 1.85 crore to each of the colleges, which are approved to offer the BVoc programme as under the National Skill Qualification Framework.