The Institute provides various types of scholarship and loans to meritorious and financially weak and certain other categories of students awarded by Government, Charitable Institutions & also through its own resources. Applications for such scholarships and loans can be recommended provided the applicant’s conduct and progress in studies are good. In case of unsatisfactory progress or undesirable conduct, the scholarships, stipends or loans are liable to be stopped.
Ragging is a punishable offence at DEI. Each prospective student is expected to give an undertaking that he/she is fully aware of the law regarding prohibition of ragging. The form is at Annexure-1. In addition, an undertaking as at Annexure-2 is to be signed by the parent. Besides, the following specific Anti-Ragging measures are adopted by the Institute:
(i) The Chief Proctor of the Institute, along with the Proctors and Chief Wardens of hostels shall constitute the Anti-Ragging Committee. The Director shall be the Chairman of this committee. The committee will counsel senior students with a view to curb ragging.
(ii) The Director shall constitute an Anti-Ragging squad consisting of the Chief Proctor and Faculty Members to do mobile patrolling during break, and at the start and the end of the day.
(iii) Night checks are carried out at the junior students’ hostels.
(iv) Prominent posters are displayed at all vantage points of the Institute regarding the Anti Ragging Policy of the Institute.
Immediately after admission, students will undergo an Orientation Programme in order to acquaint themselves with the various aspects of the course content and the educational system of the Institute as under:
(a) The environment, traditions and Education Policy Objectives of the Institute.
(b) The distinctive features of the innovative and comprehensive scheme of education.
(c) The subject combinations available and suitable to the students’ aptitude.
(d) The semester system, grading system and the continuous system for evaluation.
(A) The candidate shall apply on the prescribed form for admission, stating his/her qualification and specifying the broad field in which he/she desires to carry on the research work, subject to the availability of vacancies in the concerned department/area.
(B) The candidate shall submit the topic of his/her proposed research work along with SIX copies of synopsis thereof duly endorsed by the proposed Supervisor, Head of the Department and the Dean of the concerned faculty within six months of admission which shall be placed before the Research Degree Committee (RDC) for consideration.
(C) A candidate shall be a full-time/part-time research scholar of the Institute for pursuing his research studies for a duration of at least two calendar years (three calendar years in case of part-time candidate) from the date of registration in case of a post-graduate candidate and at least three calendar years from the date of registration in case of a candidate with BTech or an equivalent degree.
(D) Provided that a research scholar fails to complete his research work and submit his/her thesis, within four calendar years from the date of registration in case of a post-graduate candidate and five calendar years from the date of registration in case of a candidate with BTech or an equivalent degree or a part-time research scholar of the Institute and other candidates who are eligible for part-time registration, his/her registration shall lapse automatically. In a very exceptional situation the Director may allow extension of one year for submission of thesis provided the candidate applies giving reasons for extension before the expiry of the normal term.
(E) A full-time scholar shall be required to ensure a minimum 75% of attendance of at least four hours of research work daily in the Institute during working hours from the date of his admission in the Institute till he/she submits his/her thesis or till he/she is exempted from daily attendance in the Institute.
(F) A research scholar shall submit a semester-registration form along with a six-monthly progress report on the work done by him through his Supervisor, Head of the Department, and the Dean of the Faculty. Failure to submit semester-registration form and the progress report or unsatisfactory progress report shall result in cancellation of the concerned semester (which shall, however, count in the reckoning of the maximum duration of research work). Cancellation of three semesters shall result in the cancellation of the registration.
A. All the students selected for admission will have to pay semester fee on the scheduled fee collection day, which is notified by the respective faculties.
B. Newly selected students failing to deposit their semester fee on the scheduled fee collection day or by bank draft by the next working day will forfeit their claim for admission.
C. Fee collection will take place during 10.30 A.M. to 1.30 P.M. Fee can be paid, using pay-in-slips provided by the respective faculties, either by cash or bank draft payable to "Dayalbagh Educational Institute" at Agra.
D. Students on the waiting list for admissions are advised to enquire from the office of the faculty concerned, following the fee collection day, if any vacancy exists on account of non-payment of fee by the initially selected students. In case of vacancies, the students in waiting list in order of merit will be permitted, to the extent of existing vacancies, to deposit semester fee at the notified place and time.
E. Registration of the students followed by collection of semester fee will be done on the first day or the next working day of the scheduled opening of classes of the respective faculties and regular teaching will commence from the same day. The schedule of beginning of classes will be notified through a notification issued by the Institute before the end of the preceding semester.
F. Beyond First Semester, students failing to register by the scheduled date or by the next working day, may be allowed to register within two more weeks by paying a late fee of Rs.100/- only, payable by bank draft. Provided also that the Director, may, for special reason(s) to be recorded, allow further time for late registration till 31st August of the session, with a late fee of Rs.200/- only, payable by bank draft.
G. Beyond First Semester, students failing to deposit the prescribed fee by the scheduled date or by bank draft by the next working day, may be allowed to deposit the prescribed fee within two more weeks by paying a late fee of Rs.100/- only, payable by bank draft. Provided also that the Director may, for special reason(s) to be recorded, allow further time till 31st August of the session, with a late fee of Rs.200/- only, payable by bank draft.
H. All registrations for new admissions shall close two weeks after the prescribed registration day. Thereafter, no student shall be registered and his/her admission shall stand cancelled.
I. For changes in the registered courses, students may apply on fresh registration forms up to two weeks from the prescribed registration day.
J. Students, who get themselves registered late, shall be deemed to have secured zero mark in all the components of continuous evaluation that might have been conducted up to the date of registration.
K. Permission for the registration in the next academic session would depend upon the satisfactory performance throughout the previous academic session of two semesters (the odd and the next even semester taken together).
L. In an undergraduate course, an elective course shall be offered only if the number of students is not less than five.
The Institute places highest importance on the maintenance of discipline, cultivation of good manners and inculcation of the habits of regularity and punctuality.
Students are expected to be regular in attending classes and studies. The names of such students, who remain absent continuously for more than 15 days without any application are liable to be removed from the rolls unless there are sufficient grounds for such absence acceptable to the Institute.
Neglect and inattention to studies, undesirable conduct and activities inside and outside the class-room, bullying others, disobedience of orders, strikes, causing damage to the properties of the Institute, indiscipline and use of unfair means during examinations, etc., will constitute acts of indiscipline and students found indulging in such acts of indiscipline are liable to punishment, by fine in cash, deduction of marks, suspension or even expulsionfrom the Institute.
RAGGING IS PROHIBITED AND PUNISHABLE AND MAY RESULT IN EXPULSION/RUSTICATION/SUSPENSION/ FINE, ETC.
Students shall not bring any non-vegetarian food, alcohol, drugs and other intoxicants inside the campus.
Students wishing to represent any matter to the authorities should do so through their Proctor to the Chief Proctor/Dean of their respective faculty. They should not take law into their own hands but may report grievance(s), if any, to the authorities of the Institute for enquiry and action.
Students are required to wear helmet while driving motorized two wheelers.
Students are required to observe the rules, bye-laws and regulations of the Institute that may be framed from time to time.
With a view to effect closer contact between students and teachers, to oversee the regular progress of the students and to help students in general, all the students of the Institute will be divided into groups of 15 to 20 each and placed under a member of teaching staff, called the Proctor. The Proctors will meet periodically to sort out the various issues and problems of the students in a free, frank and cordial manner.
Each Faculty will have a Proctorial Board consisting of Faculty Proctor, Class Proctors and Class Captains. A senior faculty would be assigned the responsibility of the Chief Proctor of the Institute and he/she will be responsible for the maintenance of overall discipline in the campus.
3.1 Buildings: The Institute has a sprawling complex and the constituent faculties are housed in magnificent buildings with all modern amenities and essential fixtures.
3.2 Libraries, Books and Book-banks: The Institute's libraries contain about 1.75 Lakh books and subscribe to about 180 periodicals and journals in addition to 22 newspapers and magazines. Book-banks in all the faculties cater to the needs of the students who are economically weak. Access to more than 5,000 e-journals and five databases are available through INFLIBNET service of UGC. The library has also purchased five databases of engineering and management disciplines. Scanning, printing and Internet facilities are available for the users of the library. The Central Library is fully computerized with bar-code system.
3.3 Laboratories and Workshops: All the faculties have well-equipped and neatly maintained laboratories and workshops which meet all requirements of the syllabi, consultancy programmes and demands of taking technology to the villages.
3.4 Computer Facilities: The main Computer Centre and other computer facilities at various faculties, colleges, offices, etc., cater to the growing needs of computer courses and a variety of processing applications of the students and the staff of the Institute. All the computers of the Institute are interconnected through a local area network via fiber optic backbone with supervised access to Internet. The facility is extended to the hostels also.
3.5 Multimedia Laboratory: A state-of-the-art Multimedia Laboratory housing cameras, projection systems, video/editing stations amongst other equipments, provides a central point where the Institute generates content for its Distance Education Programmes. This facility is also used on a regular basis to receive and transmit live lectures, and hold interactive sessions with students in remote classrooms both in India and abroad on a regular basis.
3.6 Multimedia Extension: In view of the rapid expansion of courses, an extension to the Multimedia Building has been constructed and is available as central facility.
3.7 International Seminar Hall Complex: The Institute has an InternationalSeminar Hall (area 250 sq. m.) with a seating capacity of 250. In the same complex, 16 rooms are also available to accommodate visitors/guests. The facility is used for organizing International Seminars, Workshops, Symposia and Guest Lectures, etc.
3.8 Information and Communication Technology Building: The Institute has got an Building constructed to facilitate greater accessibility of information through ICT facilities and to receive and transmit programmes in synchronous mode.
3.9 Facilities for Games and Sports: The Institute has a number of large play-grounds which fully cater to the needs for athletics and all outdoor games, like, football, hockey, cricket, basketball, lawn tennis, volleyball and kho-kho. Besides, there are indoor facilities for badminton, table tennis, etc. Games and sports are an integral part of the curriculum of the Institute.
3.10 Medical and Health Care: Students and Staff of the Institute are attended to by the Medical Officer of the Saran Ashram Hospital, Dayalbagh, and are administered treatment for ordinary ailments without charges. The Hospital has provision for pathological testing, diathermy, X Ray and ECG, etc., on payment basis.
3.11 Non-Resident Student Centres: There is a Non-Resident Students Centre (NRSC) for Girls which serves as a composite Reading Room-cum-Common Room-cum-Canteen for the spare time needs of the female day scholars. For male students, there is also an NRSC canteen facility.
3.12 Hostels: Limited accommodation in the hostels of the Institute run by Co-operative Educational Societies in Dayalbagh is available to students who are prepared to live a simple, disciplined and studious life in harmony with other inmates. Students who are desirous of having such accommodation should apply on a prescribed form with a passport size photograph to the Chief Warden of the hostel concerned, through the respective Deans after their admission to the Institute. Students shall be recommended for hostel admission on the basis of merit and availability of seats. Admission to the Institute does not guarantee a seat in the hostel. Only vegetarian food is served in the hostels. Alcohol, drugs and other intoxicants are strictly prohibited.
3.13 National Service Scheme: This Institute has been a pioneer in implementing the scheme since its inception in U.P. Its students have earned a name for the Institute for its consistently good record of social service. Its activities include grow-more-food campaign, shramdaan, adoption of villages for rural reconstruction, campus improvement, sanitation drive, establishing and running of youth clubs and community Centres, teaching child-care to mothers, giving non-formal education and training in self-employment skills. With the coordinated efforts of all faculties, multi-pronged efforts have been made to make a more effective contribution towards rural reconstruction. Participation in N.S.S. Camp is compulsory for all students in the first semester of undergraduate Programmes.
3.14 Scouting/Guiding: Students of BEd have to undergo Scout Masters’/Guides’ training as an essential part of their course requirements. Dayalbagh has the honour of being a separate district within Agra for Bharat Scouts and Guides on account of its glorious contribution to the Scout Movement.
3.15 Co-curricular Activities: The Institute has always encouraged and provided ample opportunities to its students for participation in a wide range of literary & cultural activities and games. Inter-faculty programmes are held by the Institute from time to time. Our students have regularly won prizes at National level-Debates, Seminars, Symposia and National Youth Festivals.
3.16 Guidance & Counseling: Apart from receiving sympathy and sound advice in moments of personal stress and problems, career guidance and counseling are available to the students both for choosing the right subjects and electives when joining the innovative programme and also for knowing their aptitude while deciding their professional career.
3.17 Student’s Diary: A Diary is supplied to every student in which a record of his/her curricular and co-curricular activities is maintained. Guardians are expected to see it from time to time for information regarding the performance of their wards.
3.18 Identity Card: Every student is supplied with an Identity Card containing his/her photograph bearing the signatures of the student duly countersigned by the Dean/Principal concerned. The student will have to produce it when asked for by any competent authority. The Identity Card is not a valid document for issue of a mobile phone SIM card.
TheEVIC aims to adopt an inter-disciplinary systemic approach, whereby initiatives will be institute-wide, without regard to departmental barriers. These initiatives will be incubated in-house with the objective of nurturing social entrepreneurs who will focus on providing low cost solutions in the following primary domains: Education (Culture, Values and Quality), Energy, Health, Water and Waste Management. The EVIC will provide all possible assistance to promote creative thinking and an entrepreneurial mindset among the students so as to help convert socially relevant innovative ideas into market accepted products.
2.1 Courses will be organized in semesters, each of about 16 working weeks, besides a mid-semester break and an end-semester break.
The Institute and the Departments would observe working hours as notified from time to time.
2.2 Sports, Games, Social Service, Rural Development and Co-curricular Activities, participation in which is compulsory, will be suitably arranged. A student will participate at least once a week in each of these activities.
2.3 Session: A session means both the semesters of a session taken together and it includes the period from 1st of July to the succeeding 30th of June.
Odd Semester - July to 24th December
Even Semester - 26th December to 21st May
Summer Term - May to July
2.5 Summer Vacation (40 days) - 22nd May to 30th June
1.1 This is the soul of our innovative programme and radically alters the learning process to the benefit of the students. The result of a single examination does not determine the fate of the students. Examination and evaluation is a continuous and convenient exercise. 75% weightage is assigned to continuous evaluation while 25% weightage is assigned to external end semester evaluation in each major and half course.
1.2 Course: Each course is identified by a course number which contains three letters and three integers. The syllabus of each programme is divided into a convenient number of courses spread over the various semesters.
1.3. Continuous Evaluation: The academic progress of students registered under different programmes is evaluated continuously through a series of periodic evaluation comprising the following:
(i) Class Tests
(i) Record-cum-Home Assignments
(ii) Daily Home Assignments
(ii) Practical Tests
(iii) Additional Assignments
(iv) Seminars & Group Discussions
(v) Semester/Module End-Semester Examination
(vi) Semester/Module End-Semester Examination
The Institute follows the credit-system of evaluation. Each course is allotted credits in proportion to the time expected to be devoted by the candidate for that course.
A progress report is issued after each semester and the result of each academic session is declared based on a student's performance in both the semesters of the session. An academic session means both semesters of the session taken together.
Based on their academic performance, students are graded on an 11 point scale. A description of the grades, corresponding grade point values and the achievement level is given in the table below:
The Grades ‘E’, ‘E- ’, and ‘F’ are fail grades. Grades are separately awarded for internal and external evaluation in each course. The weightage of internal and external evaluation is in the ratio of 75% : 25%. Students are awarded Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA) in each semester by averaging the Grade Points (GP) in the ratio of the credit weightage (C) of each course.
The procedure for calculation of SGPA is as follows:
The overall performance of all semesters for a given programme is given as Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) which is calculated in a similar way for the subjects credited during the entire programme. Multiplication of CGPA by 10 yields the equivalent percentage marks gained by a student.
Award of Division: The minimum CGPA for different divisions is given in the following table and is common for both PG and UG Programmes:
First with Distinction
Minimum Grade for a pass in all the courses of studies is ‘D-‘ in each individual course. Securing less than this Grade in any course will be treated as having failed in that course.
If a student fails in three or less than three courses in one academic session or up to one course each in odd and even semesters of an academic session for the Honours and Masters Programmes, the student may opt for Summer Remedial Course(s).
Failure in a course due to non-appearance in studies and/or examination(s) on medical or any other ground, whatsoever, will be treated as failure in that course.
If a student fails in more than three courses or up to one course each in odd and even semesters of an academic session for the Honours and Masters Programmes in one academic session or if he/she fails to pass all the courses after the summer remedial courses or if he/she misses one/both the semesters of an academic session in part or whole, he/she will get only one more chance to repeat all the courses of the said session in the next succeeding session but in that case he/she can do so only when he re-registers for all the courses afresh.
During the repeat session also, if a student fails to pass both the semesters of the academic session, he/she will be required to leave the Institute and he/she will not be re-admitted in the same course of study.
A student will be allowed to remain on the rolls of the Institute for a particular course of study for the duration not exceeding twice the period required in one attempt for passing that course of study. The aforesaid duration will be treated as maximum and shall also include failures as well as break(s) in study, if any, for that course of study.
Candidates opting for summer remedial courses shall prepare for the course content during the summer vacation and take remedial training in each course in the following July before being examined. Students appearing in the Remedial Examinations will be placed in the Grades D or lower only. Grade higher than D is not awarded in the Remedial Examinations. Students getting E, E- or F grades will be declared as failed.
Dayalbagh Educational Institute has been empanelled as Government Training Partner (GTP) with Uttar Pradesh Skill Development Mission (UPSDM),Department of Vocational Training & Skill Development, Uttar Pradesh State Government to train youths in various vocational skills. At present, DEI will provide training in 8 sectors, viz., Automotive, Electronics, Food Processing & Preservation, Garment Making, Plastic Processing, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning, Textile and Renewable Energy. These courses will run under the Aegis of DEI Women’s Polytechnic and Technical College. Each course includes teaching of core skills and soft skills.
Coordinators : (i) Prof. D.S. Mishra
(ii) Dr. Rahul Swarup Sharma
LIST OF PROPOSED SECTORS / COURSES FROM UPSDM COURSE LIST
The Application Forms and other details regarding admission are available on the DEI Website, http://www.dei.ac.in/dei/index.php/UPSDMor may be obtained from DEI-UPSDM Office, DEI. Desirous candidates may contact the DEI-UPSDM office for any information about any specific course. Applications are accepted through out the year. All the candidates will be called for Intervie-cum-Counseling Session. If, required, written test may also be conducted for admission in any of the courses.
AGE LIMIT: Candidates up to age of 35 Years are eligible.
FEE: At present NO FEE is charged for DEI-UPSDM courses.
Education plays an important role in the overall development of a human being as well as the nation. It is a unique investment in the present and for the future. Every country develops its own system of education to express and promote its unique socio-cultural identity besides meeting the challenges of time to leverage the existing potential opportunities. India, at present, is recognized as one of the youngest nations of the world with over 50% of population under the age of 30 years. It is estimated that by 2025, India will have 25% of the world’s total workforce. In order to harness the full demographic dividend, India needs high quality educational system which is affordable, flexible and relevant to the individuals, as well as to needs of the society as a whole. Today, the country faces a demand – supply mismatch as the economy needs more ‘skilled’ workforce as also the managers and entrepreneurs than produced annually. In fact, majority of the contemporary institutions of higher learning remain almost disconnected with the requirements of the workplace. The higher education system has to incorporate the requirements of various industries in its curriculum, in an innovative and flexible manner while producing well-groomed graduates. UGC introduced two schemes known as – Community Colleges and BVoc Degree Programme in universities and colleges during the XII Plan. However, there is a need for taking integrated initiatives towards knowledge acquisition and up-gradation of skilled human competencies in universities and colleges to address the emerging needs of the economy so as to ensure that the graduates have adequate knowledge and skills to get appropriately employed or become entrepreneurs and, thereby, meet the economic and industrial needs at the regional and national level. Government of India, taking note of the requirement for skill development among students developed National Vocational Education Qualification Framework (NVEQF) which was later on assimilated into National Skills Qualifications Framework (NSQF). Various Sector Skill Councils (SSCs) are developing Qualification Packs (QPs), National Occupational Standards (NOSs) and assessment mechanisms in their respective domains, in alignment with the needs of the industry.
In view of this, the UGC implemented the scheme of Community Colleges from 2013-14 in pilot modes on the initiative of the MHRD. However, realizing the importance and the necessity for developing skills among students, and creating work-ready manpower on large scale, the Commission decided to implement the scheme of Community Colleges as one of its independent schemes from the year 2014-15. The Commission also launched another scheme of BVoc Degree programme to expand the scope of vocational education and also to provide vertical mobility to the students admitted in Community Colleges for Diploma programmes to a degree programme in the Universities and Colleges. While these two schemes are being implemented, it is also realized that there is a need to give further push to vocational education on an even larger scale. It is therefore proposed to establish as many as 100 ‘Deen Dayal Upadhyay Centres for Knowledge Acquisition and upgradation of Skilled Human Abilities and Livelihood (KAUSHAL)’ during the XII Plan period. These Centres would take-up the vocational education to new levels and offer courses beyond BVoc Degree too. These Centres would also embed and follow the guiding principles of NSQF, QPs, and NOSs for their programmes and would not focus on skilling alone but also develop entrepreneurship traits. The Centres may endeavour to maintain a pyramidal structure of student enrolment with respect to Diploma, Advanced Diploma, BVoc and further studies.
Eligibility: There may be three types of learners getting admission to the first semester of skill-based courses under NSQF:
Category – 1 : Students who have already acquired NSQF certification Level 7 in a particular industrial sector and opted for admission in the skill based courses under NSQF in the institutions recognized under Community Colleges/BVoc Degree program/DDU KAUSHAL Kendras in same trade with job role for which he/she was previously certified.
Category – 2 : Students who have acquired NSQF certification Level 7 but may like to change their trade and may enter into skill-based courses in a different trade(candidate has to take up Skill Bridge course during semester I/II).
Category – 3:Students who have passed Bachelor degree examination with at least second class from a recognized University.
Candidates who have passed an equivalent examination from any other University or examining body and are seeking admission to the Master of Vocation course, will be required to provide necessary eligibility certificate.
MVoc Written Test: The Test will be of two hour duration and will have questions that will be of the level of BVoc or NSQF level 7 on the subject concerned. Questions will include topics on Food Processing/Apparel Design/Textilee/Automobile/Renewable Energy/Dairy Technology. Candidates have to select any one paper from these subjects besides one compulsory paper on General Knowledge and Current affairs.
Under National Skill Qualification Programme of University Grants Commission, New Delhi, the new-generation BVoc Courses based on the National Skill Qualification Framework (NSQF) approved by AICTE are offered to address the critical knowledge and skill-sets required to make the candidate “industry ready” and also shape “young-entrepreneurs” in the relevant sectors.
The Skill-Development component will provide students with appropriate domain based skill, knowledge, practice and professional attitude, so as to become work ready. The General Component which is about 40% of the total curriculum gives adequate emphasis to current affairs, languages and communication skills. The new generation BVoc Courses which are based on contemporary curricula, therefore, provide a new direction and thrust to skill development in the various sectors which operate in a globally competitive environment.
The initiative is a significant one as it goes a long way in promoting skill-based competency modules where a student can undergo skill-based learning and have both lateral and vertical mobility. Such an arrangement would encourage employability, and also flexibility to pursue formal education and take up appropriate jobs at the end of different levels of certification. The programme offers multiple exit options, wherein after the first year, the candidate can exit with a Diploma in a specific skill area or can move to BA/BSc of maximum duration of two and a half years. After two years, the candidate can exit with Advanced Diploma in the skill or, if he/she so desires, can move towards BTech of maximum duration of Three years. After earning the BVoc degree, he/she has two options viz. (a) to start a micro level enterprise or (b) move to a master’s course followed by research in the specific skill area.
For the last several years, the DEI has emerged as the largest vocational training provider in the country. The DEI has also been recognised by the MHRD and the U. P. Govt. as one of the government training provider agencies. The Dayalbagh Educational Institute has started BVoc programmes in six trades from the session 2015-16. These programmes will ensure that the students graduating in these trades possess adequate knowledge and skills. The University has already acquired state-of-the-art infrastructure in terms of training equipment, human resources, industry partners and quality education framework. With multi point entry/exit and progressive education system, the curriculum designed by the Institute supports the development of individuals in realizing their potential and needs.
1. BVoc in Dairy Technology
The world over, dairy sector has a large potential for growth and socio-economic impact as it leads to a number ofjob prospects and entrepreneurial opportunities. India is the largest milk producing country in the world and has a potential to offer a number of avenues to the persons skilled in this area. The front end of this industry, i.e., Milk Processing and Dairy Products Manufacturing has witnessed immense development and has a great potential to bloom and offer a number of jobs as well as entrepreneurial opportunities. However, the dairy farm is yet to witness this kind of development in the country as most of the dairy farmers are not aware of the modern packages/ practices/ technologies. Therefore, this course is intended to skill students in these two areas and make them confident skill wise, to take up either job or entrepreneurship in Dairy Farming/Technology. The programme also helps in gaining insight in areas like improving the milk productivity, milk product innovations, value addition, increasing the shelf-life, earning foreign exchange and enhancing manufacturing competitiveness.
The curriculum includes general education components like, soft skill, biochemistry, microbiology, ICT application, human resource management and the skill-based components like, dairy technology, dairy microbiology, dairy process engineering, technology of manufacturing various milk products, dairy plant/farm design operation & management, safety & quality control, dairy business management, marketing & packaging of dairy product, etc. and entrepreneurship activities apart from industrial internships in selected areas.
2. BVoc in Renewable Energy
Renewable energy contributes to energy supply reserves and the environment. India is fortunate in having a lot of resources of solar, hydro, wind, wave, and tidal hydro-electric energy. Development must, however, occur with proper attention to the technical, economic and operational constraints associated with increase in penetration of such technology. DEI being a pioneer in developing systems to preserve the environment and the society, the renewable energy programme will facilitate the students with the technical expertise of the Institute and living laboratories available thereby creating trained manpower for enhanced employability and motivated entrepreneurs.
The curriculum includes general education components like Physiscs, Chemistry, Computer Science and Electronics and the skill-based subjects like Solar Photovltaic Technoligies and System, Solar Thermal Technology, Bio Mass Systems, Wind Energy Systems, Smart Grids, Green Buildings and entrepreneurship activities apart from industrial internships in selected areas.
3. BVoc in Textile
Textile designis essentially the process of creating designs for woven, knitted or printed fabrics. Textile designers are involved with the production of these designs, which are used, sometimes repetitively, in clothing and interior decor items. It is a creative field and includes fashion design, carpet manufacturing and any other cloth-related field. The creative process often begins with different art mediums to map concepts for the finished product. State-of-the-art computer-aided designsoftwareis used to create specific designs. Some of the latest advances in textile printing have been in the area of digital printing.
The DEI is well known for its highly qualified staff and state-of-the-art infrastructure in the area of textile. All advanced equipment and softwares are available and the students already enrolled are exposed to the state-of-the-art faciltites and collaboration with modern industries.
The curriculum includes general education components like Psychology etc. and the skill-based subjects like Designing, Dyeing, Drawing, Weaving, Printing, Colour matching, Designing using softwares like Coral Draw, illustrator, Wilcome and entrepreneurship activities apart from industrial internships in selected areas.
4. BVoc in Automobile
This course is designed to meet the ever growing automotive sector in the country and abroad. Several aspects of automotive sector were considered and the curriculum is designed to put emphasis on understanding aspects of a vehicle’s functioning, construction and diagnostics and trouble shooting.
The curriculum focuses mainly on vehicle design, development and manufacturing, associated innovations and building features, creating new technologies, applications, technology convergence in automotive- digital and communications. The students will also be made to understand the transportation systems, which include covering Vehicle to Vehicle and Vehicle to Infrastructure communications, Smart Cities, Roads, Internet of Things and impact on the society, personal urban transport, driver less transport mechanism.
With respect to industrial collaboration, the Institute with the help of joint collaboration with automobile industries provided inputs regarding skill-set required to enhance the employability of the students.
5. BVoc in Food Processing
BVoc in Food Processing is based on developing a set of methods and techniques which can be used to transform raw materials into nutritious and safe food for consumption. It thus incorporates value addition to various raw materials. This course is designed to improve promotion of the food products. This course offers exponential career opportunities to trained professionals in food processing. The curriculum has been designed to include general education and skill development components, having extensive practical and on job trainings along with regular industrial visits so that the students can be easily absorbed in Food Industry or become Entrepreneurs.
The curriculum includes general education components like Chemistry, Computer Science and Botany and the Skill-based subjects like fruits & vegetable processing, milk & dairy products, agro products and entrepreneurship activities apart from industrial internships in selected areas.
6. BVoc. in Apparel Design
BVoc programme in Apparel Design aims to inculcate technical skills and knowledge base required in this field. Professionals required for manufacturing and merchandising apparel and related products will be produced. The students enrolled in this course will be imparted theoretical and practical knowledge about the latest trends of apparel industry. Various aspects of production, merchandising, quality and technology area will be covered with an extensive exposure to related industries. Interaction with industries during the course work will help the students in their employment and entrepreneurial activities.
New Programmes Introduced in 2018-19 session:
B.VOC. IN COMMERCIAL ARTS
B.VOC. IN CERAMIC AND POTTERY DESIGN
B.VOC. IN TOURSIM AND HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
B.VOC. IN BANKING AND FINANCE
B.VOC. IN ACCOUNTING AND TAXATION
B.VOC. IN TELEMATICS
B.VOC. IN GREEN HOUSE TECHNOLOGY
B.VOC. IN ROBOTICS AND AI
B.VOC. IN DIGITAL MANUFACTURING
The curriculum includes general education components like home science, sociology and psychology and the skill-based subjects related to apparel manufacturing, pattern making, sewing, CAD, textile technology and entrepreneurship activities apart from industrial internships in selected areas.
Options available after BVoc :
The students, after completing various semesters can either switch over to other general education based degree courses or after completing the BVoc programme, they can go for MVoc and also pursue doctoral degree programme.
Eligibility for BVoc Programmes :
(a) BVoc in Dairy Technology: 10+2 or an equivalent certificate.
(b)BVoc in Renewable Energy: (10+2) with PCM or an equivalent certificate.
(c)BVoc in Textile: Female candidates with 10+2 or an equivalent certificate.
(d) BVoc in Automobile: Male candidates (10+2) with PCM or an equivalent certificate.
(e) BVoc in Apparel Design: Female candidates with 10+2 or an equivalent certificate.
(f) BVoc in Food Processing:Female candidates with 10+2 or an equivalent certificate.
(a) The test paper shall have the following four subjects all of which are compulsory: (i) General Knowledge and Current Affairs (ii) The Human Body, Health & Hygiene (iii) Quantitative Aptitude (iv) Environment, Agriculture, Indian heritage, Arts & culture-various art forms, places and artists, Indian Festivals & Religions.
BVoc: Renewable Energy/Automobile:
(b) Besides one compulsory paper on General Knowledge & Current Affairs, the test shall have four subjects, all having equal marks on (i) Chemistry (ii) Mathematics (iii) Physics.
Glimpses of BVoc: Dairy Technology and Food Processing