A day after the admission committee of College of Vocational Studies has decided to uphold the admission to its five vocational courses, the staff council of the college came up with cutoffs of those five discarded courses.
The cut-offs are as human resource management (92%), marketing management and retail business (92%), management and marketing of insurance (91%), materials management (90%) and small and medium enterprises (90). The admission process is going to start from Wednesday morning onwards.
The staff council of the college has set itself apart from the admission committee on Tuesday due to difference with the decisions regarding the courses. After the staff meeting held, the admission committee met and the cutoffs were issued. The list has been posted at the notice board of the college as well.
The five vocational courses under BMS were abolished by the admission committee on the ground of the courses being irrelevant after FYUP was scrapped. The college wanted DU to continue the courses under the three-year format or to introduce a new course as Bachelor in Business Studies (BBS).
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