Delhi University has begun the admission process for under graduate courses under the Bachelor of Vocational Studies. Applicants can send in their application form through the centralized online registration form. There are a total of six courses under Bachelor of Vocational Studies program.
The varsity has begun the online registration for admission to undergraduate courses on 01 June. Since the first day of the registration, the University has been getting overwhelming response. Recently, admission process has begun for all the six undergraduate courses under Bachelor of Vocational Studies. A total of 350 seats are available for these courses.
For admission to undergraduate courses in BA Vocational Studies, only related subjects will be included in the ‘best four’ subjects and will be considered at par with academic subjects. After successful completion of the course, in the first year students will get Diploma; after the completion of the second year students will be awarded the Advance Diploma. Only when a student completes all the six semesters, University will offer the Bachelor’s degree in Vocational Studies. Students enrolled in Vocational studies will get industrial training from reputed identified companies and PSUs.
BA (Vocational Studies) is offered by three colleges: Jesus & Mary College, Ramanujan college and Kalindi college.
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