03-13-2015, 07:25 PM
The government has decided to introduce a set of 10 based on skill (professional) courses in undergraduate courses of the following academic year. The skill-based courses as electives know children under the credit system based on choice (CBCs). The subjects have 18 credits and six communications, consisting of three theory and practical work for all three streams - arts, commerce and science.
"We made a list of 10 selected by the University Grants Commission (UGC) of subjects professionals that will be suitable for students," said the director, vocational training, Roshanara Begum. Rectors, Presidents Council postgraduate director and experts from several universities, vocational training, vocational training was discussed at the recent conference on choice-based credit system (CBCs) held at the University of Brahmapur, Odisha. The government has decided to introduce CBCs level III Plus from next year.
These issues include electric appliances, gardening, travel and tourism management, technology, fashion, health and paramedical, modern office management, food processing and preservation, printing technology and desktop publishing and communication technology and financial education and banking, he said. As schools do not have laboratories to conduct practices in some of these issues, students should go to the nearest government or management itis Polytechnic institutes for these classes, said Begum. Higher Education Department officials we spoke with the Department of Technical Education on this issue, he added.