Objectives of this Programme
The approach adopted by TISS-SVE is called the Work Integrated Training program (WITP). This Vocational Educational Program is being implemented for the first time in India with a focus on job-specific skills rather than providing only a broad based education. The aim is to enable the students to learn the skill by engaging in on-the-job training at real shop floor of the industry/company along with class room theoretical training. Through this "Earn while you Learn" approach model, the trainee may also earn a modest stipend during on-the-job duration of the course. Although, this is not mandatory for any institution, TISS-SVE strongly encourages the training partners to adopt this practice.
Eligibility for Admission
The eligibility criteria to enroll for B. Voc. Program in Hospitality Management shall be 10+2 or equivalent.
Considering the work integrated approach adopted by TISS: SVE the industry will be open to employ the students attached with them for the purpose of training as full time employees. We can assist in placements after completion of the course but no guarantee can be given.
2. Course Structure
The Vocational course is a three year program consists a combination of Practical, Theory and Generic (provided by TISS) courses. The three year program will be divided into 6 semesters; 2 semesters per year.1st year will be a Diploma, 2nd year will be Advance Diploma & 3rd year will be a Degree.The program is a work integrated training which include on-the-job training (practical) for 4 to 5 days a week and 1 day of theory training. The courses also include generic module for overall development of the candidate. The 1st two years of this program are in line with the Community College framework of the AICTE. The B. Voc Degree program is designed as per the UGC guidelines. The objective of the course is to provide immediate and definite interventions to improve the lives of the disadvantaged and marginalized youth, especially who are excluded by the formal school education system through appropriate vocational training program. The target beneficiaries would include organized and unorganized labour, women, children, dalits and tribals.
The curriculum in each of the years of the program would be a suitable mix of general education and skill development components.
Skill Development Components