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Jamia Millia Islamia invites applications for vocational courses

Jamia Millia Islamia has invited applications from students for admission to four vocational courses under the Deen Dayal Upadhayay Kaushal Kendra Scheme.

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The course aims to incorporate the requirements of para-medical sector in the country with specific job roles in its curriculum in an innovative and flexible manner.
The course aims to incorporate the requirements of para-medical sector in the country with specific job roles in its curriculum in an innovative and flexible manner.(Sonu Mehta/HT File)

Jamia Millia Islamia has invited applications from students for admission to four vocational courses under the Deen Dayal Upadhayay Kaushal Kendra Scheme.

Students can apply for Bachelor of Vocational (B Voc) in Medical Laboratory Sciences and Medical Electrophysiology at Center for Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Sciences.

The course aims at providing the graduates of higher education system to have adequate knowledge and skills for employment and entrepreneurship and also to fulfil the emerging needs of the economy.

The course aims to incorporate the requirements of para-medical sector in the country with specific job roles in its curriculum in an innovative and flexible manner.

The other two courses are B Voc in Solar Energy at the Center of Physics and Diploma in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning at University Polytechnic.

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These are three-year programmes and admissions will take place on the basis of an entrance examination.

The last day to fill the application is July 15, university said in a statement on Friday.

Meanwhile, the University said it has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Tehran’s National Institute of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (NIGEB) for academic co-operation.

Jamia Millia vice-chancellor Talat Ahmad said the academic collaboration between the two partnering institutions would open new opportunities for young researchers working in the frontier areas of genetic engineering and biotechnology and the research outcomes would impact the global society favourably.