Vocational Courses

About Vocational Courses:



Vocational courses are accessible in a wide range of  professional fields, for example, health care, computers ,innovation, office management  and skilled trades. These courses are offered via professional universities,  schools, trade schools, and junior colleges. Professional classes give job focussed training to specific roles or careers. In most of the cases, professional courses can possibly prompt skill certificates or associate degrees.

The following are the benefits of vocational programs-

  • These courses outfit you with the abilities and information on a particular field.
  • Professional courses give an understanding into the subject just as they give professional range of abilities.
  • They offer profound understanding into the necessities of a specific activity.
  • The particular discovering that occurs in professional courses is a bit of leeway if the student  is wanting to join a similar field.
  • These courses produce talented labour for the sorted out part of the nation.
  • It very well may be learned at your own comfort, even on the web.
  • These projects keep an eye on more affordable and for a shorter length of time.
  • Professional courses keeps pace with the dynamic worldwide market and makes the student career ready for the same.

Professional guidance is offered in numerous fields, including medicinal services, innovative fields, computer networking, food planning, and cosmetology. Professional education is likewise accessible in skilled trade, for example, heating and air conditioning, plumbing, electrical frameworks, and automative repair.



Colleges that offer vocational courses-


There are different schools, establishments and associations that offer professional courses and training to students. Probably the best organizations in India that offer professional courses today are:


Mangalmay Institute Of Management and Technology

i.          UP JaganNath University, Haryana City Group of Colleges

ii.         UP Institute of Technology And Management (ITM), Dehradun

iii.        The ICFAI University, Dehradun

iv.        Vivekanand Institute of Hotel and Tourism Management, Gujarat

v.         Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Govt. Polytechnic

vi.        Chamber of Commerce Manali Ramakrishna Polytechnic College

vii.       TN R.C. Foundation of Technology, New Delhi

viii.      Rajeev Gandhi Ayurved College, Andhra Pradesh

ix.        AECS Pavan Industrial Training Institute, Kolar

x.         Jagadguru Sri Renukacharya VidyaPeeta, Karnataka

xi.        Agarpara College, Orissa

xii.       Abdul Kalam Institute of Technological Sciences Academy for Aeronautics and Computer Science



Professional projects for the most part lead to industry skill certificates, either for credit or noncredit and partner's degrees. Examples of associate’s degree granted toward the finish of professional projects incorporate the Associate of Arts and the Associate of Science, yet the most widely recognized professional degree is ordinarily the Associate of Applied Science. The kinds of accreditations offered may change by the field of study and the institutions offering the program.


Different types of vocational training programs in India

1.B.voc- B.Voc. represents Bachelor of Vocation. It is a Bachelor's Degree course. The scholastic program is 3 years long. Every scholarly year is isolated into two semesters. Every semester is a half year long.

Twelfth pass students are qualified to seek after B.Voc. course.

2.D.voc- D.Voc. represents Diploma in Vocation. It is a Diploma course. The scholastic program is 3 years long. Every scholarly year is partitioned into two semesters. Every semester is a half year long.

Tenth pass students are qualified to seek after D.Voc. course.

3.Skill Diploma- Skill Diploma programs are Diploma certificate courses. Course duration could be anywhere between 1-3 years. Eligibility criteria may vary from one course to another.

4.Certifications- A certificate is awarded to candidates who manage to complete certification training programs. Course duration could be anywhere between 1-2 years (or even lesser). Eligibility criteria may vary from one course to another (usually 8th or 10th pass).

5.M.voc- M.Voc. represents Master of Vocation. It is a Master's Degree course. In fact, it is a PG level course. The course term is 2 years. Students who have finished pertinent Bachelor's Degree course are qualified to seek after this course.







  • B.Voc. – 12th pass or equivalent qualification
  • D.Voc. – 10th pass
  • M.Voc. – completed graduation or equivalent qualification





  • B.Voc. – 3 years
  • D.Voc. – 3 years
  • M.Voc. – 2 years



Disciplines Covered-

Vocational training programs covers different domains and disciplines. Each course caters to the needs of a particular domain or discipline. Below, I’ve mentioned some of the prominent disciplines covered by these training programs –

       Paramedical Training


       Renewable Energy


       Healthcare Management


       Lab Technology


       Multimedia and Animation


       Retail Management


       Agriculture


       Fashion Technology


       Nutrition and Healthcare


       Acting and Filmmaking


       Travel and Tourism


       Plantation Management


       Food Processing


       Software Development


       Financial Services


       Beauty Therapy


       Hotel Management and Catering Technology


       Arts and Craft


       Printing Technology


       Textile Technology


       Data and Web Analytics


       Visual Media


       Network and Hardware Technology


       Automobile Technology


       Interior Design


       IT and ITES


       Journalism and Mass Communication


       Office Management and Practices


       Healthcare Services


       Fisheries and Farm Management


       Theatre Arts





By and large, job and vocation are utilized conversely. Professional instruction may be delegated showing procedural information. This might be stood out from decisive information, as utilized in instruction in a typically more extensive logical field, which may focus on hypothesis and theoretical applied information, normal for tertiary training.


Professional instruction can be at the auxiliary or post-optional level and can collaborate with the apprenticeship framework. Progressively, professional training can be perceived regarding acknowledgment of earlier learning and halfway scholarly credit towards tertiary instruction (e.g., at a college) as credit; be that as it may, it is infrequently considered in its own structure to fall under the customary meaning of an advanced education.


Up until the finish of the twentieth century, professional instruction concentrated on explicit exchanges such as, a car repairman or welder, and was along these lines related with the exercises of lower social classes. As a result, it pulled in a degree of shame. Professional training is identified with the well established apprenticeship arrangement of learning.

Be that as it may, as the work showcase turns out to be progressively particular and economies request more significant levels of aptitude, governments and organizations are progressively putting resources into the eventual fate of professional instruction through openly supported preparing associations and sponsored apprenticeship or traineeship activities for organizations. At the post-auxiliary level professional instruction is ordinarily given by an organization of innovation, or by a nearby junior college.