Traditional Degree Vs. Vocational Degree
Is B.VOC a good degree?
The B.Voc degree is a recognised course and is at par with other bachelor’s degrees offered by the UGC (University Grants Commission). Students can opt for any competitive exam or course where the eligibility requirement is a bachelor’s qualification.
Which is better B.Sc or B.Voc?
B.Voc degree comprises practical knowledge of different specialisations where B.Sc courses have more theoretical concepts in 3 years B.Sc syllabus
What is the difference between a traditional/normal degree and a vocational degree?
Students of traditional/normal degrees can expect to learn more than just the raw or basic skills needed to perform a job. Vocational degrees, on the other hand, are more narrowly focused. They aim to provide training and education directly related to a specific field or trade.
Can I do my Master's after B.Voc?
Students can opt for a Masters’s degree after completing their B. Voc degree. In a major boost to vocational education, the University Grants Commission (UGC) has now specified a Master’s degree after introducing an undergraduate degree in the stream.
Can I get a job after BVoc?
The course prepares the students for employment and provides them with entrepreneurship skills. The career options after completing B. Voc degrees are trade-specific and vast.
Does vocational education increase the prospects of employment?
Overall, many empirical studies, both in developing and developed countries, showed that vocational education was found to increase participation, employability, probability of employment and wages of the workers who received it in all kinds of countries.
Why is vocational education important for youth?
Vocational education consists of practical courses through which one gains skills and experience directly linked to a career in the future. It helps students to be skilled and, in turn, offers better employment and entrepreneurial opportunities.
Is B.Voc UGC approved?
The University Grants Commission (UGC) has launched a scheme on skills development based higher education as part of college/university education, leading to a Bachelor of Vocation (B. Voc.) Degree with multiple exits such as Diploma/Advanced Diploma under the NSQF.