DU Admissions 2018 : Guide To Calculate Best Of Four % For B.Voc. Courses

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DU Admissions 2018 : Here is the procedure for calculating best of four % for admission in B.Voc. Courses:-

B.Voc. – Software Development

  1. One language (English or Hindi) (Core/ Elective/Functional)
  2. Mathematics and any two elective subjects.
  3. IT System, Business Data Processing and DTP, CAD and Multimedia will be considered as related Vocational subjects and may be treated as elective and thus treated at par with other elective subjects.

*2% advantage will be given to those who have passed related vocational subject and is included in Best four.

B.Voc. Health Care Management

  1. One language (English or Hindi) (Core/ Elective/Functional)
  2. Any three elective subjects.
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*2% Advantage will be given to those who have passed related vocational subject and is included in Best four‘.

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*Applicants having passed Biology in the qualifying examination will get an additional weightage of 2%.

B.Voc. -Web Designing

  1. One language (English or Hindi) (Core/ Elective/Functional)
  2. Mathematics and any two elective subjects.
  3. IT, Web Design and Computer Science will be considered as related Vocational subjects and may be treated as elective and thus treated at par with other elective subjects.
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*2% advantage will be given to those who have passed related vocational subject and is included in Best four.

B.Voc. – Banking Operations

  1. One language (English or Hindi) (Core/ Elective/Functional)
  2. Any three elective subjects.
  3. Financial Accounting, Elements of Cost Accountancy & Auditing, Cash Management and House Keeping, Lending Operations, Management of Bank Office, Principles Practice of Life Insurance, Computer& Life Insurance Administration, Accounting for Business, Introduction to Financial Markets And Business Process Outsourcing Skills will be considered as related Vocational subjects and may be treated as elective and thus treated at par with other elective subjects.

*2% advantage will be given to those who have passed related vocational subject and is included in Best four.

B.Voc.- Printing Technology

  1. One language (English or Hindi) (Core/ Elective/Functional)
  2. Mathematics and any two elective subjects.
  3. Print Designing, Print Graphics and Graphic Design will be considered as related Vocational subjects and may be treated as elective and thus treated at par with other elective subjects.

*2% advantage will be given to those who have passed related vocational subject and is included in Best four.

B.Voc. – Retail Management & IT

  1. One language (English or Hindi) (Core/ Elective/Functional)
  2. Any three elective subjects.

*2% advantage will be given to those who have passed related vocational subject and is included in Best four.

Note:-

Additional advantage of 1% may be given if candidate has studied more than one related vocational subject and includes in Best Four.

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Aman Chhabra
Aman is a Technology Geek and a Nature Lover. He is pursuing Bachelor of Vocational Studies from Delhi University. He believes that Smart Work and Learning Attitude can help one to achieve something better in everyday life.

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