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Universities introduce new and modified courses to develop job market

Jun 10, 2013 17:27 IST

    Both Private and State universities of India have introduced some modified and new courses for the coming session that starts from July of this year including social science, business management and animation, considering the latest trend of the job market. The initial step was taken by Delhi university that introduced a new four year under-graduate program.

    New 26 subjects will be launched and rise the number of courses to 54 that includes a Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS), a popular course among students will be delivered by 13 colleges. The Commerce student will get huge benefits through this new course which is designed on considering the recent demand of the market and make students employable.

    Alongside, Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI), one of the oldest universities of India under Delhi university make alteration in the existing courses, Master's in development communication and Master's in visual effects and animation. Previously these courses are delivered as diplomas and upgraded from now onwards.

    Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) , New Delhi, the largest distance education provider of country also launched new multiple programs in fashion merchandising, retail management, computers and tourism, etc.

    Moreover, Jindal Global Law School (JGLS), O.P. Jindal Global University at Sonepat (Haryana) introduced reform in two-year LLM program that reduced to a one-year course. Moreover other diploma courses are offered to change are plantation management and agriculture, food science and technology.

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