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B.Voc in Software Development

B.Voc in Software Development

B.Voc in Software Development (Syllabus)

 

Semester-1

Credits

 

General Education Component
FYBVOC 1.01 Communication Skills
FYBVOC 1.02 Effective Hindi /French Skills
FYBVOC 1.03 Introduction to Computers I
FYBVOC 1.04Contemporary World Perspective 

 

3
3
3
3

 

Skill Component
FYBVOC 1.05MS-Office and Open Office 
FYBVOC  1.06 HTML and Java Script part 1
FYBVOC  1.07 C-Programming-I
FYBVOC  1.08 Computer Hardware and Networking Part1

 

3+1.5
3+1.5
3+1.5
3+1.5

 

 

 

 

Semester-2

 

 

General Education Component
FYBVOC 2.01 Business Communication
FYBVOC 2.02 Global History From Tourism Perspective
FYBVOC 2.03 Introduction to Computers II
FYBVOC 2.04 Social Psychology –Attitudes, Perceptions & Interpersonal & Cross Cultural Psychology

 

3
3
3
3

 

Skill Component
FYBVOC 2.05 Introduction to Operating Systems
FYBVOC 2.06 HTML and Java Script part 2
FYBVOC 2.07 C-Programming-2
FYBVOC 2.08 Computer Hardware and Networking Part2

 

3+1.5
3+1.5
3+1.5
3+1.5

 

 

 

 

Semester-3

 

 

General Education Component
SYBVOC 3.01 Comparative Studies –Political Structure & Economy
SYBVOC 3.02 Quantitative methods & Analysis
SYBVOC 3.03 Principles of Management & Leadership
SYBVOC 3.04 Media & Advertising I

 

3
3
3
3

 

Skill Component
SYBVOC 3.05 Introduction to DBMS
SYBVOC 3.06 Multimedia
SYBVOC 3.07 Linux
SYBVOC 3.08 PHP & MySQL Part 1

 

3+1.5

3+1.5
3+1.5
3+1.5

 

 

 

 

Semester – 4

 

 

General Education Component
SYBVOC 4.01 Human Resource Management
SYBVOC 4.02 Report writing & Documentation
SYBVOC 4.03 Media & Advertising II
SYBVOC 4.04 Business Ethics &  Crisis Management

 

3
3
3
3

 

Skill Component
SYBVOC 4.05 Oracle
SYBVOC 4.06 Animation
SYBVOC 4.07 Android Programming
SYBVOC 4.08 PHP & MySQL part2

 

3+1.5
3+1.5
3+1.5
3+1.5

 

 

 

 

Semester – 5

 

 

General Education Component
TYBVOC 5.01 Operations Management
TYBVOC 5.01Entrepreneurship I
TYBVOC 5.03Accounting & Financial Management 
TYBVOC 5.04 Placement Orientation

 

3
3
3
3

 

Skill Component
TYBVOC 5.05 Java and Advance Java
TYBVOC 5.06 ERP
TYBVOC 5.07 Project-I

 

4+2
4+2
6

 

 

 

 

Semester – 6

 

 

General Education Component
TYBVOC 6.01 Entrepreneurship II  
TYBVOC 6.02 Introduction to financial accounting
TYBVOC 6.03 Fundamentals of Psychology II
TYBVOC 6.04 Business ethics

 

3
3
3
3

 

Skill Component
TYBVOC 6.05 Dot Net Technologies
TYBVOC 6.06 ERP-II
TYBVOC 6.07 Project-II

 

4+2
4+2
6

 

 

 

B.Voc in Software Development

The field of software development now covers a number of fields involving many complicated operations serving a large number of industries – in fact it now covers all kinds of human activities we could think of. Many offices are trying to make their operation paperless and software development is playing a leading role to achieve this target. Therefore, in the present world, the growth of any company has become very much dependant with software development efforts.

It has been a long felt necessity to align higher education with the emerging needs of the economy so as to ensure that the graduates of higher education system have adequate knowledge and skills for employment and entrepreneurship. The higher education system has to incorporate the requirements of various industries in its curriculum, in an innovative and flexible manner while developing a holistic and well groomed graduate.

Objectives

  • To provide judicious mix of skills relating to a profession and appropriate content of General Education.

  • To ensure that the students have adequate knowledge and skills, so that they are work ready at each exit point of the programme.

  • To provide flexibility to the students by means of pre-defined entry and multiple exit points.

  • To integrate NSQF within the undergraduate level of higher education in order to enhance employability of the graduates and meet industry requirements. Such graduates apart from meeting the needs of local and national industry are also expected to be equipped to become part of the global workforce.

  • To provide vertical mobility to students coming out of 10+2 with vocational subjects.

Levels of Awards

The certification levels will lead to Diploma/Advanced Diploma/B. Voc. Degree in one or more vocational areas and will be offered under the aegis of the University. This is out-lined in Table I.

Award Duration

Duration

Corresponding NSQF level

Diploma

1 year

5

Advance Diploma

2 year

6

B.Voc. Degree

3 Year

7

Eligibility for admission in B.Voc.

The eligibility condition for admission to B.Voc. programme shall be 10+2 or equivalent, in any stream.

Curriculum

-> The curriculum in each of the years of the programme would be a suitable mix of general education and skill development components. Curriculum details should be worked before introduction of the courses.

> Skill Development Components:

(i) The focus of skill development components shall be to equip students with appropriate knowledge, practice and attitude, so as to become work ready. The skill development components should be relevant to the industries as per their requirements.

(ii) The curriculum should necessarily embed within itself, National Occupational Standards (NOSs) of specific job roles within the industry sector(s). This would enable the students to meet the learning outcomes specified in the NOSs.

(iii) The overall design of the skill development component along with the job roles selected should be such that it leads to a comprehensive specialization in one or two domains.

(iv) In case NOS is not available for a specific area / job role, the university/college should get the curriculum for this developed in consultation with industry experts.

(v) The curriculum should also focus on work-readiness skills in each of the three years.

(vi) Adequate attention needs to be given in curriculum design to practical work, on the job training, development of student portfolios and project work.

>General Education Component:

  1. The general education component should adhere to the normal university standards. It should emphasise and offer courses which provide holistic development. However, it should not exceed 40% of the total curriculum.

  2. (ii) Adequate emphasis should be given to language and communication skills.

The suggested credits for each of the years are as follows:

Fees: 6600