College of Vocational Studies
In New Delhi

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Important information

Typology Bachelor
Location New delhi
Duration 3 Years
  • Bachelor
  • New delhi
  • Duration:
    3 Years


Where and when

Starts Location
On request
New Delhi
Triveni(Sheikh Sarai) Phase-ll, 110017, Delhi, India
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Starts On request
New Delhi
Triveni(Sheikh Sarai) Phase-ll, 110017, Delhi, India
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Course programme

The new and revised structure of BA (VS) programme has been implemented in the reguler stream w.e.f. the academic year 2005-06. The overall structure of the Vocational Studies Progrmme includes a total of 12 courses over a 3-year period with 4 courses taught and examined each year. Each Programme comprises of four categories of courses-- i.e. Vocational courses. Foundation course, Languge courses and Inter-disciplinary courses. (a) Vocational courses are courses that provide basic and contemporary knowledge to the student in the chosen vocational programme. (b) Language courses are courses to enhance lignuistic skills and literary sensibilities in students. (As applicable in B.A. of Delhi University) (c) Foundation course is a course that familiarizes the student with computers and improves communication skills, enhancing the employment prospects of the student and paving the foundation for a better grasp of the Vocational courses. (d) Inter-disciplinary courses are courses from other disciplines that complement the vocational courses and give additional competencies to the student. Syllabus: Part 1 - English Hindi/Punjabi* / Pol. Sc. in lieu of MIL Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship (Vocational) Principles of Microeconomic (Interdisciplinary Course-Economics) Part 2 - English Computer Fundamentals, Software Packages and Computerized Accounting (Foundation Course) Business Communication (Foundation Course) Organisation and Management of Small and Medium Enterprises (Vocational) Financial Accounting (Interdisciplinary Course-Economics) Part 3 : Hindi/Punjabi*/Pol. Sc. in lieu of MIL Policy Framework and Financial Management (Vocational) Marketing and Human Resource Strategies(Vocational) Principles of Microeconomics (Interdisciplinary Course-Commerce)