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B.VOC TISS-SVE

Eligibility

10+2 or equivalent.

Duration

Minimum Duration: 3 year's

Maximum Duration: 5 year's

Fees

Semester Wise: Rs. 27,200/-

Total Course Fee: Rs. 81,600/-

B.VOC IN SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT(B.Voc)

The University Grants Commission (UGC) has launched a scheme on skills development based higher education as part of college/university education, leading to Bachelor of Vocation (B.Voc.) Degree with multiple exits such as Diploma/Advanced Diploma under the NSQF. The B.Voc. programme is focused on universities and colleges providing undergraduate studies which would also incorporate specific job roles and their NOSs along with broad based general education. This would enable the graduates completing B.Voc to make a meaningful participation in accelerating India’s economy by gaining appropriate employment, becoming entrepreneurs and creating appropriate knowledge. In December 2011, Tata Institute of Social Sciences set up the School of Vocational Education (SVE) to provide immediate and definite interventions to improve the lives of the disadvantaged and marginalized youth, especially who are excluded by the formal school education system, through appropriate vocational training programs. It has been set up with a vision of creating an ecosystem that would bring back the dignity of labor for blue collar streams of work and create sustainable sources of income. This project has been initiated under the aegis of All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) proposed by the Ministry of HRD, Government of IndiaThe approach adopted by TISS-SVE is called the Work Integrated Training Programme (WITP). This Vocational Educational Programme is being implemented for the first time in India with a focus on job-specific skills rather than providing only a broad based education. The aim is to enable the students to learn the skill by engaging in on-the-job training at real shop floor of the industry/company along with classroom theoretical training. Through this, “Earn while you Learn” approach model, the trainee may also earn a modest stipend during on-the-job duration of the course. Although, this is not mandatory for any institution, TISS-SVE strongly encourages the training partners to adopt this practice..

    Employability Considering the work integrated approach adopted by TISS: SVE the industry will be open to employ the students attached with them for the purpose of training as full time employees. We can assist in placements after completion of the course but no guarantee can be given. The curriculum will be designed in a manner that at the end of year 1, year-2 and year-3, students are able to meet below mentioned level descriptors for level 5, 6 and 7 of NSQF, respectively:

    Examination & Assessment

  • The assessment for the general education component will be done by the TISS as per the prevailing standards and procedures.
  • The assessment for the skill development components will necessarily focus on practical demonstrations of the skills acquired. TISS will consult the respective Sector Skill Council or COE for designing the examination and assessment pattern for the skill development components. TISS may also consider using the designated assessors of Sector Skill Councils /industry associations for the conduct of practical assessment or draw from the panel of examiners appointed by TISS-SVE.
  • TISS will establish a credit based assessment and evaluation system for the B.Voc programs .
  • SEMESTER- I

  • BVOC-SD 1.1 IT Foundations & Programming Concepts
  • BVOC-SD 1.2 Web Designing
  • BVOC-SD 1.3 Programming in C
  • BVOC-SDP 1.4 Vocational Practical
  • GE 1.1 Functional English
  • GE 2.1 Personal Grooming
  • GE 3.1 Computing Skills Course
  • SEMESTER- II

    • BVOC-SD 2.1 Database Management Systems
    • BVOC-SD 2.2 Object Oriented Programming with C++
    • BVOC-SD 2.3 Computer Communication & Networks
    • BVOC-SDP 2.4 Vocational Practical
    • GE 4.1 Communication Skills
    • GE 3.2 Computing Skills Course

    SEMESTER- III

  • BVOC-SD 3.1 Programming With Visual Basic.Net
  • BVOC-SD 3.2 Data Structure
  • BVOC-SD 3.3 Web Development using PHP
  • BVOC-SDP 3.4 Vocational Practical
  • GE 5.1 Financial Literacy
  • GE 6.1 Digital Literacy
  • GE 7.1 Basics of legal and HR policies
  • SEMESTER- IV

    • BVOC-SD 4.1 Object Oriented Programming with JAVA
    • BVOC-SD 4.2 Linux Operating System —Operations & Management
    • BVOC-SD 4.3 Software Engineering
    • BVOC-SDP 4.4 Vocational Practical
    • G.E 1.2 Functional English-II
    • G.E 8.1 Basics of Accounting

    SEMESTER- V

  • BVOC-SD 5.1 Concepts of Data Mining
  • BVOC-SD 5.2 Software Testing & Project Management
  • BVOC-SD 5.3 Multimedia Tools and Applications
  • BVOC-SDP 5.4 Vocational Practical
  • G.E 4.2 Communication Skills-II
  • G.E 9.1 Health and Fitness
  • G.E 10.1 Basics of Economics and Markets
  • SEMESTER- VI

    • BVOC-SD 6.1 Android Mobile Application Development
    • BVOC-SD 6.2 Technology Trends in IT
    • BVOC-SD 6.3 Web application development with ASP.NET MVC & C#
    • BVOC-SDP 6.4 Vocational Practical
    • G.E 11.1 Entrepreneurship
    • G.E 12.1 Employment readinesses