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Delhi University to start new vocational courses

Courses in printing technology, baking, financial services etc will offered

Policy Pulse
Publish Date: Aug 31 2016 12:03PM | Updated Date: Aug 31 2016 12:03PM

Delhi University to start new vocational courses

Delhi University is all set to introduce seven new vocational courses for which, registration starts from September 1, 2016.

 

The university has already chosen four colleges that will be offering courses in printing technology, baking, financial services and software development etc.

 

While Jesus and Mary College will be offering 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. 

 

Also, Ramanujan College will have BVoc courses in banking and financial services and insurance (BFSI) sector (banking operations) and software development.

 

While all these courses will be conducted as three year degree courses, Maharaja Agrasen College will be offering two years advanced diploma courses in TV programming and news production.

 

The university has planned to provide 50 seats in each course. Interestingly, for this, University Grants Commission (UGC) will also be providing financial assistance of upto Rs 1.85 crore to each of the colleges.