MLSU: New Courses to Replace Traditional Degrees in College


MLSU: New Courses to Replace Traditional Degrees in College

These new degree courses are designed to cater to current job market demands, aiming to enhance students employability upon graduation...
 
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Under the framework of the new education policy, Rajasthan is set to introduce vocational courses across its colleges, replacing traditional BA, BCom, and BSc programs. Mohanlal Sukhadia University (MLSU) in Udaipur has been tasked by the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship to develop curriculum for six new courses, initially to be rolled out in select colleges statewide. These new degree courses are designed to cater to current job market demands, aiming to enhance students employability upon graduation.

The University College of Commerce and Management Studies is focusing on vocational courses such as B.Com in Retail Management and B.Com in Logistics. The University College of Commerce and Management Studies is focusing on vocational courses such as B.Com in Retail Management and B.Com in Logistics.

In collaboration, the Department of Banking and Business Economics is crafting the curriculum for B.Com in Financial Services and Insurance. Meanwhile, the Science College's Zoology Department is preparing for B.Sc in Health and Nutrition, aligning with the health and nutrition sciences sector.

The Pharmacy Department is also actively involved, working on programs including B.Sc in Pharma and Meditech, and B.Sc in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing and Quality. Additionally, the Faculty of Management Studies is gearing up to launch courses in Tourism and Hotel Management. 

  1. Retail Management (B.Com-RM)
  2. Logistic Management (B.Com-Logistic)
  3. BFSI (B.Com-BFSI)
  4. Tourism and Hospitality (B.T.M)
  5. Healthcare (B.SC Health and Nutrition)
  6. Life Science (B.SC Pharma and Meditech Pharmaceutical Manufacturing and Quality)

 Source: Rajasthan Patrika 

 

 

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