Many degree level courses like B.Voc are being offered in various skills by colleges in India. These courses have multiple entry-exit options to build in flexibility along with credits.
University Grants Commission (UGC) has prepared a list of institutions with approved skill-based courses under National Skill Qualifications Framework (NSQF) from the academic session 2020-21. This also includes revised NSQF guidelines to offer the courses.
IMPORTANT: Check out the list of highly informative resources from UGC provided at the end of this article to know more about offering B.Voc courses, rules, regulations, guidelines etc.
List of existing institutions – click the link below to view the list of existing institutions
List of newly approved institutions – click the link below to view the list of existing institutions
NSQF revised guidelines – click the link below to view the list of existing institutions
UGC approval for new skill-based courses and the list of newly approved institutions assumes a lot of significance in the backdrop of the National Education Policy (NEP 2020) that proposes the blending of vocational and mainstream higher education.
To learn more about National Education Policy (NEP 2020) and highlights for vocational higher education , this presentation might be of great help!
For details on B.Voc and NSQF, please visit:
Resources from UGC on offering B.Voc courses
MoU between NSDC and UGC to offer B.Voc courses:
UGC guidelines for B.Voc.
UGC Skill-based vocational courses – Brochure
List of trades included in B.Voc Degree Program