DU Admissions 2017 : Mathematics Now Compulsory For 4 Vocational Courses

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Now,4 out of 7 Vocational courses will include Mathematics in their curriculum and a compulsory subject in the best of four percentage, for those who are aspiring for vocational training courses in Delhi University.

The courses that necissitate Mathematics are- printing technology, web-design, software development and banking operations.

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While courses like healthcare management, retail management and information technology refrains from doing so.

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These 7 new vocational courses were developed by the University Grants Commission last year only and earlier, aspirants could consider any four top scoring subjects to calculate their aggregate percentage.

The colleges that offer these courses are as follows: Maharaja Agrasen College, Kalindi College, Jesus and Mary College and Ramanujan College, and have up to 50 seats each and are also open to candidates from all streams.

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Moreover, these BVoc courses allow the students to exit the course at the end of first/second year with a diploma/advanced diploma, respectively.

Therefore, as per current reports the chances of aspirants who wish to opt for these courses have been decreased and not having Mathematics in their 12th grade might serve them a disadvantage now.

Nonetheless, they can still only look for courses that do not require Maths!

For more updates, keep checking DU Express!

Simran Takkarhttp://stoicsimrantakkar.wordpress.com
Pursuing Sociology Hons. from Janki Devi Memorial College, DU. A passionate writer and an optimist, who loves to find happiness even from the smallest things in life and inspire others. A staunch believer of herself and takes a deep interest in everyday social issues.

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