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B.Voc
B.Voc (Bachelor of Vocation) Degree courses are available in several fields for students who have completed their 12th standard or equivalent. This is largely targeted towards youth who want to enhance their employability opportunities to learn, earn and grow. The advantage of these courses is that as against common Degree courses like Engineering or B.Com or B.Sc, here you have multiple exit points and continued exposure to industry. The work experience increases your chances of landing a job. You may also find innovative, trendy and new areas of expertise that match with your interests and job aspirations. The B.Voc. programmes are offered by universities and colleges alongside other undergraduate (UG) courses. However, unlike the traditional UG courses, B.Voc curriculum is often mapped with job role descriptions as per National Skills Qualification Framework (NSQF). Since the curriculum is industry and work-integrated and for some reason, if you are unable to complete the 3-year program, you can still obtain a Diploma and and Advanced Diploma (or equivalent) after completion of the first and second years respectively. Hence, your knowledge and skills are valued at every level and you will be qualified for a suitable job, as per market requirements. You can even explore becoming an entrepreneur in your domain! Learn more: https://www.nationalskillsnetwork.in/b-voc-degree/

B2B
B2B - Business-to-business (B2B or, in some countries, BtoB) is a situation where one business makes a commercial transaction with another.Business to business, also called B to B or B2B, is a form of transaction between businesses, such as one involving a manufacturer and wholesaler, or a wholesaler and a retailer. Business to business refers to business that is conducted between companies, rather than between a company and individual consumers. Business-to-business transactions are common in a typical supply chain, as companies purchase components and products such as other raw materials for use in the manufacturing processes. Finished products can then be sold to individuals via business-to-consumer transactions. Learn more:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Business-to-business

B2C
B2C - Business to consumer (B2C) refers to the transactions conducted directly between a company and consumers who are the end-users of its products or services. While most companies that sell directly to consumers can be referred to as B2C companies, the term became immensely popular during the dotcom boom of the late 1990s, when it was used mainly to refer to online retailers, as well as other companies that sold products and services to consumers through the internet.Business to consumer (B2C) is among the most popular and widely known of sales models.Traditionally, B2C referred to mall shopping, eating out at restaurants, pay-per-view and infomercials. However, the rise of the internet created a whole new B2C business channel in the form of e-commerce or selling goods and services over the internet.Businesses that rely on B2C sales must maintain good relations with their customers to ensure they come back.

B2G
B2G - Business-to-government (B2G) or business-to-administration (B2A) is a derivative of B2B marketing and often referred to as a market definition of " public sector marketing" which encompasses marketing products and services to various government levels through integrated marketing communications techniques such as strategic public relations, branding, marketing communications (marcom), advertising, and web-based communications.B2G networks provide a platform for businesses to bid on government opportunities which are presented as solicitations in the form of request for proposals (RFPs) in a reverse auction fashion. Public sector organizations (PSOs) generally post tenders in the form of RFPs, request for information (RFI), request for quotations (RFQs), Sources Sought and suppliers respond to them.Business-to-government or B2G refers to business conducted between private sector firms and governments.An example of a business-to-government service would be a small business' providing IT consulting to a local government agency. The B2G category covers contracts of all sorts – for goods, services and information – between businesses of all sizes and government at all levels (state, local and federal). Learn more:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Business-to-government

BCIC
BCIC-(earlier known as Greater Mysore Chamber of Industry (GMCI)) is the Apex Chamber of Commerce representing large and medium industries in the State of Karnataka.BCIC plays an active and important role in promoting trade and investment in the State and has an excellent domestic and international network with MoUs with the leading Chambers of Commerce across the globe. Being the apex Chamber of Commerce in Karnataka, BCIC organizes Seminars/Workshops and Interactions with Senior Government Officials both from the Centre/State on critical issues concerning trade and industry from time to time. Learn more: http://www.bcic.in/about-bcic

BFSI
BFSI -The Banking Financial Services Insurance integrates leading organizations of the BFSI industry to create strategic and operational plans in order to set up standardized skill requirements for the various job roles in the industry.Also,accreditation will be provided to well equipped service providers who can partner to disseminate the training.BFSI strives to enhance the existing vocational education system in meeting the entire value chain requirements of appropriately trained manpower in quantity and quality across all levels. Learn more: http://www.bfsissc.com

BIBB
BIBB - Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training-Germany is recognized as a center for high standards for vocational research and for the progressive development of Vocational Education and Training (VET) in Germany.BIBB works to identify future challenges in VET, stimulate innovation in national and international vocational systems, and develop new, practice-oriented solutions for both initial and continuing vocational education and training.BIBB was established in 1970 on the basis of the Vocational Training Act (Berufsbildungsgesetz, BBiG) as a federal government institution for policy, research and practice in the field of vocational education and training.Company is technologically, economically oriented and always focuses on social changes because of constant challenges to maintain a high reputation and awareness requires highly qualified skilled workforce. In Germany, the structural foundation for these qualifications is the dual system of initial vocational training and company-based continuing vocational training. At the same time, a dual system program of initial vocational training lays the foundation for lifelong learning. Both initial and continuing vocational education and training are investments in the future. Learn more: https://www.bibb.de/en/

BLENDED LEARNING
BLENDED LEARNING -Blended learning is an approach to education that combines online educational materials and opportunities for interaction online with traditional place-based classroom methods. It requires the physical presence of both teacher and student, with some elements of student control over time, place, path, or pace. While students still attend "brick-and-mortar" schools with a teacher present, face-to-face classroom practices are combined with computer-mediated activities regarding content and delivery. Blended learning is also used in professional development and training settings.Blended learning" is sometimes used in the same breath as "personalized learning" and differentiated instruction.The terms "blended learning", "hybrid learning", "technology-mediated instruction", "web-enhanced instruction", and "mixed-mode instruction" are often used interchangeably in research literature. Learn more:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blended_learning

Blue collar
Blue collar - In many countries, a blue-collar worker is a working class person who performs manual labor. Blue-collar work may involve skilled or unskilled manufacturing, mining, sanitation, custodial work, textile manufacturing, commercial fishing, food processing, oil field work, waste disposal, and recycling, construction, mechanic, maintenance, warehousing, technical installation, and many other types of physical work. Blue-collar work often involves something being physically built or maintained.Blue-collar work is often paid hourly wage-labor, although some professionals may be paid by the project or salaried. There is a wide range of pay scales for such work depending upon field of specialty and experience. Learn more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue-collar_worker

BTP
BTP (Basic Training Provider) - Basic training consists of theoretical and practical instructions relating to the trade in which on-the-job-training is to be imparted. It is mandatory for those who have not done any formal training in an ITI or in those courses under PMKVY/MES which have been granted equivalence with basic training.The duration of basic training is 1/5th to 1/4th of the overall duration of apprenticeship training. Remaining period will be utilised for on-the-job-training component.Basic training can be done in Basic Training Centre (BTC) which can be set up by the industry/employer where on-the-job-training is to be given, provided the industry/employer has the required facilities/infrastructure for providing basic training. All such BTCs will have to go through a verification process before being designated as a BTC.It can also be provided in government or private industrial training institutes ITIs provided they have spare seats (within overall affiliation) for running basic training. Spare shifts may also be used for basic training. In case these institutes have the required capacity to conduct basic training, they will be designated as BTCs. It can also be imparted in BTCs set up/supported by Industry clusters. Learn more: https://www.msde.gov.in/assets/images/announcements/FAQ-NAPS.pdf

BWSSC
BWSSC - Beauty and Wellness Sector Skill Council (BWSSC) is a non-profit organization established under NSDC to promote skill development in the Beauty & Wellness Industry. Beauty & Wellness sector has a growing market but has a shortage of manpower. To overcome this shortage, BWSSC aims to train & certify manpower, train trainers and accredit training partners in the next 10 years. Beauty and Wellness Sector Skill Council is doing its best for benchmarking Indian beauty and wellness education with international standards. B&W SSC are conducting industry and market studies to determine the skill gap in key segments in the Beauty and Wellness industry on an on-going basis, development of occupations/skills catalogue and occupational standards, creating awareness about the Beauty and Wellness industry . Learn more: https://www.nationalskillsnetwork.in/beauty-wellness-sector


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