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Delhi University To Launch Seven New Vocational Courses This Year

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There is yet another opportunity to join an undergraduate course in Delhi University this year. Delhi University is launching seven Bachelors In Vocational and Advanced Diploma Vocational courses from the current 2016-17 academic session itself.

The university’s Academic Council (AC) had last year given a go-ahead to Maharaja Agrasen College, Kalindi College, Jesus and Mary College and Ramanujan College to introduce these courses. However,they could not be introduced in the last academic session.

“The course being offered at Maharaja Agrasen College is a two-year Advanced Diploma Course while others are three-year courses. The university shall announce the detailed schedule for registration and admission to these courses very soon,” said DU’s Dean of Students’ Welfare, J M Khurana.

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“There are 50 seats in each course. The registration is likely to begin from September 1,” he said. While 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 Bachelors In Vocational courses in Printing Technology and Web Designing while Ramanujan College will have Bachelors In Vocational courses in Banking and Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI) sector (banking operations) and Software Development.

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