Jamia Introduces Bachelor Vocational (B.Voc) in Solar Energy Course

HTCampus Expert updated on : 28 Sep 2015

The university is all set to accept applications for admissions to this course for the session 2015-2016

Bachelor of Vocational- Solar Energy

In this era of education, the one perky field that is gaining attention is sustainable development and how to tap the renewable resources for the betterment of the earth and the human race. Various industries on sustainable development through renewable resources are being set up with high employment rates. To cater to such demands Jamia Millia Islamia has recently introduced Bachelor Vocational (B.Voc) in Solar energy. The university is all set to accept applications for admissions to this course for the session 2015-2016.

This newly introduced course aims at providing the graduates of higher education system to have adequate knowledge and skills for employment and entrepreneurship. The expertise of these graduates will further help in fulfilling the emerging needs of the economy which is mainly focused on sustainable development.

The main objective of this course is to incorporate a flexible and innovative curriculum that will help in making proficient graduates skilled in the field of sustainable development through solar energy. The curriculum is developed in such a way that it fulfills requirements of various industries in the Solar Energy sector with specific job roles. 

Admission procedure has already started for this newly introduced course and will be closed by 30th of September, 2015 at 5:00pm. There is no entrance exam for this course and is fully merit based. It is a three year long course and gives an opportunity of exiting the course after completing one year with diploma (having NSQF Level 5), after completing 2 years with an Advance Diploma (having NSQF Level 6) and after completing the 3 years with Bachelor of Vocational Degree (having NSQF Level 7).

With an affordable fees and a pulsating curriculum, this course is clearly the best option for those who wish to contribute to the development of the nation in a sustainable manner through the use of solar energy: a renewable source of energy.

Source: Sarah Ansari, HT Campus Specialist

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