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B.Sc. Vocational Admissions 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

Bachelor in science (vocational)


Did you have completed your 10+2 and thinking to pursue your undergraduate degree in some vocational course? Do you want to expertise in the areas that match your interests and job aspirations? Do you want to enhance your employability opportunity in different fields? Then, you should pursue B.Sc. Vocational course.

Course Name: B.Sc. Vocational
Group: B.Sc
Stream: Engineering
Course Category: General
Duration: 3 Years

Introduction

B.Sc. Vocational program is offered by colleges and universities alongside other UG (under graduate) courses. However, unlike the traditional UG courses such as B.Sc, B.Com or B.A, B.Sc Voc curriculum is often mapped with job role description as per National Skills Qualification Framework (NSQF). If for some reason, the candidates are unable to complete the 3 year program, then they can still obtain a Diploma or Advanced Diploma or equivalent after completion of first and second years respectively. Hence, the skills and knowledge of the candidates are valued at every level and ultimately they will get qualified for a suitable job as per market requirement. They can also become an entrepreneur in the domain of their expertise. This course is offered by many colleges and institutes in the country.

Eligibility Criteria

The basic eligibility criteria for pursuing B.Sc. Vocational course is a pass degree in 10+2 or Higher Secondary Examination from a recognized college or university.

The duration of B.Sc. Vocational course is of 3 years.



Colleges offering B.Sc. Vocational course in India

College NameUniversityState
Surendranath Evening CollegeUniversity of CalcuttaWest Bengal

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Some highlights of B.Sc. Vocational course

  • Students completing the first year of B.Sc. Vocational course get a Diploma certificate, after second year, they get Advanced Diploma certificate and after completion of 3 years, the B.Sc. Vocational degree is awarded.
  • The course curriculum has 40% general education (theory) and 60% vocational training (practical) components.
  • B.Sc. Vocational degree often follows semester system and offer credits after completion of the course.
  • The chances of getting a suitable job are higher for a B.Sc. Vocational degree student than other graduates.

Some more information regarding the course

Many colleges have come forward to offer B.Sc. Vocational course by collaborating with different industry sectors. As a part of this course, students do hands-on work in the industry and attend theory classes in the college. In most cases, they are also paid stipend by the organizations they work for. By the end of the course, most of them get observed by these organizations.

The colleges and universities offering B.Sc. Vocational course are in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Chandigarh, Gujarat, Haryana, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Manipur, Punjab, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal.

The B.Sc. Vocational degree colleges provide high quality education at lower cost so that the students get both skill development as well as regular course work thereby giving opportunities to the students to move directly into employment sector. These are job oriented courses which are preferred by students who cannot pursue professional degree courses like Engineering due to various reasons.

B.Sc. Vocational Admissions for 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

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