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Q:   Is College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi private or government institute?

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The College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi is a government institute
It is a constituent college of the University of Delhi and is a fully university-maintained institution administered by a statutory Governing Body
The college was established in 1972 with an emphasis on vocational courses
It is a co-educational college and is one of the best colleges of the University of Delhi after North Campus colleges
The college has been accredited Grade ‘A’ with a CGPA of 3.05 on a 4 point scale by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council
The college has an exceptional placement cell that helps students getting placed in various companies
The college does not have hostel facilities available, but most of the colleges affiliated to Delhi University have no facility of college hostels. Most of the students who study in Delhi University affiliated colleges live in PGs. However, Delhi University as a whole provides hostel facilities to its students. Girls students are given preference for hostel facilities

 

Q:   What is the placement record for B.A. (Voc.) in Marketing Management and Retail Business at College of Vocational Studies college?

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{Source: B.A. students & alumni}

* Placements in the College of Vocational Studies vary from review to review, but overall, the college seems to have mixed results when it comes to providing placements for its students.
* According to Anonymous, the top courses offered in the college are Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) and B.Com. (Hons) and the average placement offered on campus is around INR 46 LPA, with the highest package offered being around INR 68 LPA.
* Saurabh suggests that while placements may not be the strongest aspect of DU colleges, including the College of Vocational Studies, the college still provides exposure to its students.
* Mrinal, Sagar indicate that the college does not typically organize on-campus placement drives, but rather shares information about job opportunities through WhatsApp groups. According to Mrinal, the average salary package is around INR 3 LPA, while Sagar states that almost 40-50% of students receive placements with an average salary package of INR 4-5 LPA.
* Avantika suggests that only about 10-20% of students have the opportunity for placement and the top roles offered are based on student skills and performance. The college focuses on building students' CVs and providing internship opportunities to gain experience and earn money.
 

Q:   What is College of Vocational Studies cutoff 2023?

A: 

College of Vocational Studies offers admission to various UG courses based on CUET UG scores followed by round-wise counselling.Tabulated below are the course-wise closing scores based on CUET for the General All India candidates for College of Vocational Studies cutoff 2023:

Course2023
B.A. of Commerce (B.Com. Hons.)97
B.A. (Hons.) in History92.5
B.A. (Hons.) in Economics97
B.A. (Hons.) in Computer Science94
B.A. (Hons.) in English97
B.A. (Hons.) in Hindi82
 

Q:   What is the cutoff for BA at College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi?

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College of Vocational Studies, CUET Cutoff 2022 for General Category is listed below. The overall cutoff for CUET is 617.5 - 772 marks.

BA (Hons.) Hindi
656
BA (Hons.) History
740
B.Sc (Hons.) Computer Science
752
BA (Hons.) English
772
 

Q:   What is College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi famous for?

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The college is famous for its vocational and management course. 

The university of delhi is a premier university of the country with a venerable legacy and international acclaim for the highest academic standards, diverse education programs, distinguished faculty, illustrious alumni, varied to co- curricular activities and modern infrastructure. 

It offers undergraduate courses in 7 field of B.A vocational studies, including management and marketing of insurance (MMI), marketing management and retail business (MMRB), tourism management, office management and secretarial practice (OMSP) small and medium enterprise (SME), Human resources management (HRM), and material management (MM).

The college also offers professional honors courses like Bachelor of management studies (BMS)and B.A. ( Hons.).

 

College of Vocational Studies Admission 2024

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Q:   What is the procedure to take BA admission at College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi?

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College of Vocational Studies offers courses like BA (H), B.Sc (H), B.Com (H), BA.Voc and BMS in the field of Arts, Commerce, Science & Management with various specializations at UG level. The basic eligibility for getting admission into UG courses is 10+2. The selection will be done on the basis of CUET entrance exam followed by e-counselling.

BA (Hons) EconomicsAny one Language from List A + Mathematics + Any two subjects out of which one should be from List B1
BA (Hons) EnglishEnglish from List A + Any two subjects from List B1 + Any one subject from either List B1 or List B2
BA (Hons) HindiHindi from List A + Any two subjects from List B1 + Any one subject from either List B1 or List B2
BA (Hons) HistoryAny one Language from List A + Any two subjects from List B1 + Any one subject from either List B1 or List B2
 

Q:   Can I get into College of Vocational Studies without CUET?

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No, College of Vocational Studies admission to all the courses, i.e., undergraduate programmes, is entrance-based. This DU-affiliated college accepts CUET UG exam for admission to its undergraduate courses, such as BA, BSc, BCom. College of Vocational Studies along with DU started accepting CUET UG starting. Before this, admission to undergraduate was based on merit in Class 12.

 

Q:   Is there any seat reservation criteria followed by College of Vocational Studies?

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At College of Vocational Studies, more than 70% of seats are reserved for various reserved category students. A breakup for the same is mentioned in the below table:

Category

Percentage Reservation of Seats at College of Vocational Studies

SC/ST

22.5%

15% for SC and 7.5% for ST (interchangeable, if necessary)

OBC (non-creamy layer, central list)

27%

Economically Weaker Section (EWS)

10%

Persons with Benchmark Disabilities (PwD)

5%

Children/Widows of personnel of the Armed Forces (CW)

5%

Wards of Kashmiri Migrants

5%

 

Q:   How to apply for College of Vocational Studies DU UG CSAS registration?

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Candidates can check the step-by-step process for College of Vocational Studies DU UG CSAS registration mentioned below:

Step 1: Visit the official CSAS UG portal of DU and register as a new user. 

Step 2: Fill out the preference of College of Vocational Studies and course combinations. This portal will be used until the admission process of the candidate is not completed. 

Step 3: There is a one-time CSAS (UG)-2023 application fee that students are required to pay to get into any DU affiliated college, such as College of Vocational Studies. This fee is non-refundable.

Category  

CSAS (UG) - 2023 Application Fee  

UR/OBC-NCL/EWS  

INR 250

SC/ST/PwBD  

INR 100 

 

Q:   Is there a way to apply to College of Vocational Studies offline?

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No, there is no offline method of application at College of Vocational Studies. All the candidates must apply through the centralised entrance exam's official website, i.e., the official websites of CUET UG. After the COVID years and after the introduction of CUET UG for UG admission to College of Vocational Studies and other DU-affiliated colleges, the application process has shifted full-time to the online mode. Candidates can register on the official websites of the respective exam, fill out the online application forms, pay the course-wise application fee and appear for the exam to become eligible. For final admission, shortlisted and pass-out students of CUET UG are required to register on the CSAS portal for final admission and seat allocation process.  

 
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College of Vocational Studies Cut off 2024

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CUET Last Round score (General-All India)
Course2023
Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com. Hons.)776
B.A. (Hons.) in History92.5
B.A. (Hons.) in Economics97
B.Sc. (Hons.) in Computer Science94
B.A. (Hons.) in English97
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Q:   What are the factors affecting College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi cutoff 2023?

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Factors affecting the College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi cutoff 2023 include:
CUET scores: The seat allocation is based on multiple factors such as CUET scores, which is the entrance exam conducted by the University of Delhi.
Combination of college and programme chosen: The combination of college and programme chosen by the candidate also affects the cutoff.
Position of the candidate on the merit list: The position of the candidate on the merit list is also a factor that affects the cutoff.
Category of the candidate: The category of the candidate, such as SC/ST/OBC/EWS/UR, also affects the cutoff.
Availability of seats: The availability of seats in a particular programme and college also affects the cutoff.
It is important to note that the cutoff for the College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi, is determined by a combination of these factors and may vary from year to year

 

Q:   What has been the previous year cutoff for College of Vocational Studies based on DUET scores?

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The College of Vocational Studies offered B.A. (Hons.) in Business Economics course through DUET percentage few year ago. As per DUET cutoff 2021, the closing rank for College of Vocational Studies cutoff stood at 840 after three rounds of counselling for the General category All India candidates. Aspirants can check round-wise College of Vocational Studies BA cutoff 2021 for DUET in the table below for B.A. (Hons.) in Business Economics for General AI:

RoundCutoff 
1612
2762
3840
 

Q:   What were the last year cutoff marks for BMS at CVS, DU?

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The cutoff marks keeps on changing every year depending upon many reasons like exam difficulty and students appeared etc.


However here are some cutoffs from last years to give you a general idea for getting BMS at CVS, DU-


for 2023- the cutoff by marks was 608 marks

for 2022 - the cutoff by marks was 617.5 marks

for 2021 - the cutoff by rank was 240 rank.

 

Q:   What is the minimum cutoff for College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi CUET 2023 for BMS?

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According to the search results, the cutoff for College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi CUET 2023 for BMS is not clear. However, the overall cutoff for CUET 2022 for the general category for College of Vocational Studies is listed as [617.5 - 772] marks. The admission to the BMS programme at College of Vocational Studies is based on the Common University Entrance Test (CUET) scores, and the selection is done on the basis of the CUET entrance exam followed by e-counselling. The CUET test is assessed out of 800 marks, and admission standards differ among institutions and courses. Therefore, it is recommended to keep an eye on the official website of the College of Vocational Studies and the University of Delhi for the latest updates on the cutoff for CUET 2023 for BMS.

 

Q:   What is the minimum cutoff for College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi CUET cutoff 2023 for BSc?

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The minimum cutoff for College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi CUET cutoff 2023 for BSc is not explicitly mentioned. However, based on the previous year's cutoff, it is expected to be around 600-650 marks for the general category and 550-600 marks for the reserved categories.
It is important to note that the cutoff marks may vary each year depending on various factors such as the number of applicants, the difficulty level of the exam, and the availability of seats. Candidates can check the official website of the College of Vocational Studies or the Delhi University website for the latest updates on the cutoff marks for BSc.

 
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College of Vocational Studies Placements 2024

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B.A.
4.51 LPA
BBM/BMS
4.51 LPA
B.Com
4.51 LPA
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Oppo
Airtel
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ICICI Prudential
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Internships and industry projects

Offered every semester

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Employment opportunities

Higher in core jobs

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Higher studies preferences

Majority opted in India

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Organized & proactive placement process

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Alumni network

Strong alumni network that help with placement opportunities

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Entrepreneurship cell

Active but run mostly by students

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Love being in college

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Q:   Who are the major recruiters for Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) at College of Vocational Studies college?

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{Source: BBM/BMS students & alumni}

Based on the reviews provided, here is the information regarding the companies that visit the College of Vocational Studies for placements in the Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) course:

Review 2 states that top recruiters include Deloitte, De Shaw, PwC India and Indigo Decathlon.

Review 3 mentions that top recruiters include Deloitte, De Shaw, PwC India and other prominent companies such as EY and Genpact.

Review 4 highlights that the placement cell is active and offers placements above the average and satisfactory, with top recruiters like EY.

Review 5 mentions that top recruiters include Deloitte, Genpact, Green Brigade and TCS.

Review 7 states that TCS is the top recruiter for the course.

Review 8 notes that almost 35-40% of the students got internships from companies like Amazon, Goldman Sachs, IBM, KPMG, etc.

Review 9 mentions that approximately 85% of students are placed off-campus.

Review 10 states that top recruiters in the college include Genpact and Accenture, but placements are on a 1-3 year bond basis.

In summary, based on the reviews, the following companies visit the College of Vocational Studies for placements in the BMS course: Deloitte, De Shaw, PwC India, EY, TCS, Amazon, Goldman Sachs, IBM, KPMG and Accenture. However, it's important to note that the placement percentages and packages may vary depending on the review.

Above answer is based on reviews, some of them are mentioned below
The college is not great; it I . by Anonymous
An average package of INR 4.20 . by Anonymous
Around 60% of students get pla . by Ritika
Our college placement cell is . by Garvit
The placement in the college o . by Manshu
 

Q:   What is the highest package offered at CVS, Delhi?

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The highest package that is offered at any college is not same for the students of any year as it totally depends on the skillset of the student and how much thorough knowledge the student has. If you are skillful enough you can pull an average package of 6 LPA required you are consistent with your efforts and has a strong communication and persuasion skills. There are not so many placement offers available for the IT sector the reason I think is there are lots of Vocational courses present here.

 

Q:   Which are top recruiting companies that participate in placement drive at CVS, Delhi?

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Some of the top companies that participated in the placement drive this year are as follows :-

  1. D.E Shaw based in Hyderabad which is now expanding its offices pan India.
  2. Accenture
  3. Leveraged Edu 
  4. NCG - Net Connect Global
  5. Internshala
  6. Extramarks.

These are the top companies that participated or are participating in the placement drive.

 

Q:   How are placements at CVS, Delhi?

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Overall, the on-campus placements are good but if you are pursuing a technical course from here then it might not be good enough as the companies that come here are for vocational courses.

So, if you are from a technical background or pursuing a technical course then you need to work consistently on your skillset and grab opportunities that come your way off campus and you can also participate in Placement drive that occur in North Campus or respected DU colleges such as Deshbandhu College which organises its drive and invite students from all over DU.

 

Q:   What is the average package offered at College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi?

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According to the NIRF 2023 report, the College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi, provides an average placement package of "INR 4.51 LPA." The college maintains a commendable track record in placements, with numerous students securing positions in prestigious companies like Deloitte, DE Shaw, PwC India, and EY. In 2022, the highest package offered to a student reached INR 23 LPA. Graduates from these programs generally enjoy favorable placement prospects. Nevertheless, the actual compensation offered to a student hinges on various factors, including their academic performance, skillset, and the particular company they apply to.

 

College of Vocational Studies
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Q:   Is Institute of Hotel Management Bengaluru the best in Bangalore?

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It's hard to mark some college as best for a field, however here are some stats for you to judge the college-

for UG Diploma the total tuition fee is 98.69 thousand rupees, for B.Sc. the total tuition fees is 3.17 Lacs rupees and for M.Sc. it is 1.8 Lacs rupees.

Total 38 companies visited the college with 434 students got placed having a great placement rate of 95%+ students placed.


There is no official report about the package but from unoffical sources the highest package range between 6 to 8LPA and the average package in between 3 to 5 LPA.

 

Q:   Is College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi the best in Delhi?

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Of course, no doubt in it because we all know that University of Delhi is the top most university in India where we can get admission in various courses and branches of it. If you get admission to any branch of the University Delhi then it is totally worth it. So the course Vocational Studies course is best taught in this college because of the teaching staff in this particular college. Delhi University has top professors who are all PHDs. These professors are well trained and skilled so it is best to get admission in Delhi University in any of the branches in it. So, taking admission in any course at Delhi University is totally worth it.

 
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Crowd Review IconCampus Life4.3
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The placement cell of our college named Aspire invites companies from various departments and fields like Wipro, Infosys, Amazon and other companies for placements.
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The placement cell is active, but not many companies visit our college to recruit students.
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Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com. Hons.) - Batch of 2023
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College life of 2021 batch .
Placements: So in my batch, not many of the students get placed. I was one of them. In terms of placement, the college of vocational studies is average; they don't provide big companies, which is why I think other college students got placement in big companies in terms of our college .
Infrastructure: So in terms of infrastructure, I think they are average because, in the rainy season, the classroom is mostly filled with rainy water. Other than that, the labs and library are much more decent and they are much more spacious for students to sit and roam freely. The grounds of the college are very big; overall, they're above average .
Faculty: The faculty of this college is very helpful and friendly in my batch. My course teacher was very involved in the class activities and took initiative to let us feel a friendly environment while teaching. Other than that, the passing criteria of this college are the same as those of other colleges and the semester exam is not as hard as it was what they taught us. The teachers also take weekly tests, which really improved our overall performance at the end .
Other: The examination hall discipline needs to be improved .
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B.A. (Hons.) in Business Economics - Batch of 2025
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College review on college of vocational studies.
Placements: Placement opportunities are very low, with average placements in this college around 3-4 Lacs per annum. Many students opt for higher studies. The B.A. Hons. in Business Economics is excellent but feels similarly challenging. It also provides practical knowledge.
Infrastructure: The infrastructure of the college is very poor, as the building is quite old. The canteen is average, and the computer labs lack proper facilities. The grounds are spacious and offer all sports facilities. Wi-Fi is available, but connectivity is poor. Classrooms are sufficiently large to accommodate 50 students.
Faculty: Teachers are inexperienced and lack sufficient knowledge. The Maths teacher struggles to effectively teach students. The curriculum under the new education policy has become more practically oriented and is aligned with industry standards. Exams in college are moderate; not overly difficult.
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B.A. (Voc.) in Office Management and Secretarial Practice - Batch of 2026
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College campus is really peaceful and friendly just as the people.
Placements: Only a few percent of students get placements in my course, and the highest package was around 15 LPA, and the minimum was 5 LPA, as far as I got to know from others. Companies like HCL are the most known, and internships are not really a problem; everyone gets nearly by connections in some NGOs.
Infrastructure: The infrastructure of the college is really mid, just like typical old colleges. They are working on the new buildings for the college, but it will take time, so cannot say. The college campus consists of Wi-Fi, computer labs, and a library. The experience is really great.
Faculty: Some teachers are really cooperative, and some are really such a psycho; they just SEE the college as their workplace, they got nothing to do with the students. My course makes students industry-ready and relevant to the skills, and the semester exams were not really hard, thanks to the teachers who worked hard to provide all the required information.
Other: I chose this course because this course really makes students industry-ready and gives you knowledge about industries. I just wish that my course will get some good teachers.
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If you are searching for a good college life, this college may not be for you.
Placements: There are no specific numbers about how many students are placed from the college. The highest placement for this course is 10 LPA, and the average is 3 to 4 LPA, with the lowest package being 2 LPA. In the 1st year, there are no internship opportunities on campus.
Infrastructure: The infrastructure is the biggest disadvantage. There are no smart classrooms, the classes are not in good condition, and there are not good washrooms with only two working water coolers in the whole campus. The library is quite decent. There are no cricket or basketball grounds on the campus.
Faculty: There are semester-wise exams conducted by the University of Delhi. There are two semester exams in a year. The teachers are helpful and knowledgeable, but there are not regular classes. Mostly, classes are canceled at the beginning and end of a semester.
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Hidden college of Delhi University .
Placements: The placement rate is around 70% for on-campus placements. The average package offered is near to INR 3 LPA, where as the highest was 12 LPA. Some of the top recruiting companies are Havells, Sun Pharma, Cell, etc. The college also offers internship opportunities but they are mostly unpaid.
Infrastructure: The infrastructure is average. I will say why. This is because our college neither has a hostel nor even a Wi-Fi system. The network coverage is poor in that area. Besides, it has a library, playground, seminar hall, canteen and an auditorium as well.
Faculty: The teachers are quite fine. They are definitely very intellectual and experienced. They have a lot of experience in their specializations. The exams are moderately tough to pass because of the language. The pass percentage is nearly 85% in our history exams.
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College of Vocational Studies Courses and Fees 2024

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CoursesTuition FeesEligibility
B.A.(12 courses)
38.5 K - 83 K
Exams : CUET
BBM/BMS(1 course)
38.5 K
Exams : CUET
B.Com(1 course)
38.5 K
Exams : CUET
B.Sc.(1 course)
1.4 L
Exams : CUET
D.Ed(1 course)
– / –
Exams : CBSE 12th
Certificate(2 courses)
13 K
Exams : CBSE 12thISC
PG Diploma(1 course)
34 K
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Q:   How many students can do BMS at College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi?

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The BMS course at College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi is 3 year programme and the seat offered for a year are 67 seats.

So, in each year there will 67 students pursuing this course along with you and for the whole course there will total of 201 students including all years pursuing the same course at a time.

 

Q:   Is CUET required for College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi?

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Yes, CUET is required for College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi. Starting from the academic year 2022-23, CUET is the only entrance exam accepted for admission to undergraduate programs at all Delhi University colleges, including the College of Vocational Studies.

CUET is a national-level entrance exam that is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA). It is a computer-based test that is divided into three parts:

* Part A: This part is compulsory for all candidates and consists of questions on Language, General Knowledge, and Numerical Ability.

* Part B: This part consists of questions on the domain-specific subject (s) chosen by the candidate.

* Part C: This part is optional and consists of questions on General Test subjects, such as General English, General Hindi, and Quantitative Reasoning.

 

 

Q:   What is the eligibility criteria for BMS at College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi?

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The eligibility required to take admission in BMS at Vocational Studies, University of Delhi is-
- The candidate should have passed 12th class from a recognised board or CBSE.

-The candidate should have studied mathematics and English as mandatory subjects in class 12th.

-candidate should qualify for the CUET exam.

After matching all these criteria, you are good to go to take admission in BMS at Vocational Studies, University of Delhi.

 

Q:   What is the fee for UG courses at College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi?

A: 

The total tuition fees for different courses varies from 38500 to 83000 for the whole course.
The total tuition fees for BA (hons.) in Business economics is 83000 while for rest of the BA courses is 38500 rupees.


For BBM/BMS or B.Com the total tuition fee is 38500 rupees and for B.Sc. the fees is 1.4 Lacs rupees.
There are some other admission and one time fees as well which is not included in this.

 

Q:   Is College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi is more expensive than Ramanujan College?

A: 

College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi-

The total tuition fees is 38500 rupees with some additional exam and registration fees and some one time fees.

meanwhile for Ramanujan college-
the total tuition fee for the course is 1 Lacs rupees with some additional exam and registration fees and some one time fees.

looking at tuition fees, one can judge that CVS, DU is less expensive than Ramanujan College.

 

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Limited sports facilities present

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College events

Moderately busy calendar with 1-3 monthly events

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Mess and Cooking arrangements are Hygienic

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Incomplete attendance invites penalty

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Students can wear whatever they want

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Q:   How is the food in the hostel mess of College of Vocational Studies?

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{Source: students & alumni}

Based on the reviews provided, there is no mention of a hostel mess or food quality in any of the reviews. All five reviewers mentioned that there is no hostel facility available on the college campus. Therefore, there is no information available about the quality of food in the hostel mess.

Summary: None of the reviewers mentioned anything about the quality of food in the hostel mess as there is no hostel facility available on the college campus.

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The facilities are pretty good . by Riya
The college provides really go . by Eshita
Labs, classroom, library, medi . by Anonymous
 
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College of Vocational Studies FAQs

Q:   Who are the major recruiters for Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com. Hons.) at College of Vocational Studies college?

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{Source: B.Com students & alumni}

Based on the reviews provided, here are the companies that visit the College of Vocational Studies for placements for the Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com. Hons.) course:

1. Genpact
2. Deloitte
3. Wipro
4. Infosys
5. Amazon
6. EY
7. Other companies

Note: The reviews mention that these companies have recruited students from the college, but there is no guarantee that they will continue to do so in future. Additionally, some reviews mention that only a few students were placed with average salary packages ranging from 3-5 LPA, while others mention higher salary packages.

Above answer is based on reviews, some of them are mentioned below
Placements in our college is n . by Kavish
These year placement cells are . by Vasudev
Almost 80% of students got pla . by Aditya
Our college has a great placem . by Taranpreet
The College of Vocational Stud . by Shubham
 

Q:   What is overall ranking of CVS, Delhi?

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The overall ranking of CVS is not quite good.

I151 out of 200 in 2021 and 2020.

It had shifted 8 positions towards the top in 2022 andIam not familiar with the 2023 rankings.

The ranking of the college decides the types of companies that are to participate in Placement drives.

 

 

Q:   Are the placements for Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com. Hons.) at College of Vocational Studies college good?

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{Source: B.Com students & alumni}

Based on the five reviews provided, here's a list summarizing the placement scenario of the College of Vocational Studies:

1. The college has a decent placement record, with companies like Genpact, Deloitte and others recruiting students. The average salary package offered ranges between 8-9 Lacs per annum and around 50-60% of students were placed in the recent batch.
2. The placement cell of the college, called Aspire, has done a great job in bringing in placement opportunities for students. This year, they have invited companies from various departments, including Wipro, Infosys and Amazon.
3. Almost 80% of students got placed in the course and the placement cell works extensively to secure placements for students.
4. The college has a strong placement history, with many big companies like EY, Wipro, Amazon and others visiting the campus to recruit students. Around 70% to 80% of students get placed in the college.
5. The college offers a wide range of courses, including vocational courses that are highly demanded and honors courses like B.Com (Hons) and Computer Science (Hons). Placements are very good, with the highest salary package offered being 23 LPA and the average salary package offered being 3-4 LPA.

Overall, the placements of the College of Vocational Studies seem to be decent to good, with a variety of companies visiting the campus and offering reasonable salaries to students. However, it's important to note that placements can vary from year to year and depend on various factors such as the economy and industry trends.
 

Q:   How is faculty at CVS, Delhi?

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The faculty is quite good here.

Let me elaborate about the CS faculty.

The teachers here are quite knowledgeable and will provide a good guidance for your future if you talk with them and ask them respectfully for the purpose of learning for yourself and not to check whether he knows or not.

Irrespective of the poor lab facilities here teachers does not lessen their efforts to teach the students provided the class should be interactive and all the students should participate, as it helps maintain a good environment in the class and even motivate the teachers to provide everything that they have learned till now to pass their learnings to the students. The problem with my batch is less interaction in the classes due to which the classes get boring.

The teachers are very hardworking, even the class is irresponsive but she makes sure that she has taught everything and is the only teacher who even discussed previous year papers in the classes. 

Other departments teachers are also nice but I am from CS department.

 

 

Q:   Which was the top sector during College of Vocational Studies placements?

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Sales was the top sector for the 2023 batch with 24.2% of placement rate. The second in the sequence was HR sector with 20.3% of batch placed. See the below snip illustrating the sector-wise breakup of CVS College placements 2023:

 

Q:   How is mess food at CVS, Delhi?

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The canteen food is overall good and I would say it's above average. From veg to non-veg, both types of food items are available and a well maintained canteen is present.

But I would rather recommend Chole kulche and parathe kulche from outside the college gate.

 

Q:   Which is best in terms of placement, College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi or Amity Noida?

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The College of Vocational Studies (CVS), University of Delhi and Amity University Noida have good placement records. However, University of Delhi is generally considered to have slightly better placements than Amity University Noida.

 

In 2022, the average placement salary at University of Delhi was ?5.5 Lacs per annum, while the average placement salary at Amity University Noida was ?5.2 Lacs per annum. The top recruiters at CVS include Deloitte, KPMG, EY, PwC, Amazon, Microsoft, and Infosys. The top recruiters at Amity University Noida include IBM, Accenture, Cognizant, Wipro, and HCL Technologies.

- It is important to note that placement records can vary from year to year and depend on a number of factors, such as the overall economic climate, the performance of the students, and the relationships that the college has with recruiters.

 

Here are some other factors to consider when choosing between University of Delhi and Amity University Noida:

 

* Academic reputation: University of Delhi is generally considered to have a better academic reputation than Amity University Noida.

* Fees: University of Delhi is a government-funded college, so the fees are lower than Amity University Noida, which is a private university.

 

 

 

Q:   What are some helpful tips for students starting their first year at the College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi?

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Below are some tips which might be useful

  1. Join societies and make new connections.
  2. Explore Delhi.
  3. Now it depends on the course which you are pursuing, if you are from computerSciencethen pick a language and make it as sharp as you can, explore some courses from the web eg. You can visit freecodecamp, codewithharry, coding invaders (paid), coding blocks (paid) and many other pages for courses butIwould recommend to try free material first which anyone can find easily in today's world then start practising on codechef, hackerrank, Leetcode and many more. Then start DSA and try to master it.
  4. If you are from other courses then go with the flow and work the path which will take you to your goal.
 

Q:   Is B.Tech in Electrical and Electronics Engineering offered by College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi?

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There are no B.Tech courses at the College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi but they offer BSc (H) in Computer Science which is also a four year course due to new education policy. The college also offers BA (Hons), BCom (Hons), BMS, BSc (Hons), two certificate programmes and two Post Graduate Diploma programs.

 

Q:   What is the fee of College of Vocational Studies?

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The following table provides the admission criteria for all the popular College of Vocational Studies courses along with their total tuition fee. This fee, however, is collated from various sources on the internet. Hence, is indicative.

CourseTotal Tuition Fee
BAINR 38,490- INR 82,980
BBM/BMSINR 38,490
BComINR 38,490
BScINR 1.35 lakh
DEd-
CertificateINR 13,000
PG DiplomaINR 34,000

 

 

Q:   Is College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi good for BSc?

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The College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi is a good college for BSc and BSc (Hons) programs.
It is a fully university-maintained institution administered by a statutory Governing Body and has been accredited Grade ‘A’ with a CGPA of 3.05 on a 4 point scale by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council.
The college has a faculty of 35+ members and an exceptional placement cell that helps students get placed in various companies.
However, the search results do not provide specific information about the quality of the BSc programme in general or the BSc programme in Computer Science specifically.
Therefore, it is recommended to gather more information about the BSc programme in Computer Science at the College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi before making a decision.

 

Q:   What is the entrance exam for College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi 2023?

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The entrance exam for College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi 2023 is the Common University Entrance Test (CUET). Candidates are required to appear for the CUET UG exam, and admissions will be done through the CSAS portal.
The eligibility for getting admission into UG courses is 10+2, and candidates need to pass their 10th and 12th class with 40 percent marks in total to be eligible for UG courses provided.
For B.Com and BA (H) courses, candidates will be selected based on the entrance exam CUET.
The admission process is completely online, and candidates seeking admission are required to apply online on the official website.


 

Q:   What are the facilities offered at College of Vocational Studies?

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[Source: B.Com students & alumni]. Based on the reviews provided, here is a list summarizing the overall infrastructure of the College of Vocational Studies based on the five reviews:

1. The college has a new building with larger classrooms and the classrooms are neat and clean. However, some of the computer systems in the lab need replacement. (Kavish)
2. The main building lacks modern amenities and has outdated classrooms with inadequate space and resources. (Vasudev)
3. The college canteen provides good quality food and there are spacious classrooms. However, the infrastructure is not too good and there is no hostel. (Aditya)
4. The infrastructure is good, with proper seating arrangements in all classrooms and Wi-Fi is available on campus. The hostels are also good and satisfy the needs of the students. (Taranpreet)
5. The college has a good infrastructure, but the computers in the labs are not functional. The canteen is good and medical facilities are available. There are boys' and girls' common rooms available and the library has a large collection of books. However, hostel facilities are not available. (Shubham)

Overall, the infrastructure of the College of Vocational Studies seems to be mixed, with some areas needing improvement, such as the main building and the functionality of the computers in the labs. However, other aspects like the canteen, library and sports facilities appear to be satisfactory.
 

Q:   Are the placements for Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) at College of Vocational Studies college good?

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{Source: BBM/BMS students & alumni}

Based on the reviews provided, the placements of the College of Vocational Studies for the Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) programme appear to be mixed. While some reviewers reported average to above-average placement statistics, others mentioned that the salary packages offered are not very high, ranging between 2 LPA to 4 LPA. However, there are also reports of top recruiters such as Deloitte, De Shaw and PwC India offering placements with higher salary packages.

It seems that the college's placement cell is active and provides plenty of opportunities for internships, but the actual placement rates and salaries may vary depending on individual circumstances. Overall, it appears that the college has potential for good placements, but it may not guarantee high salaries for all students.

Summary: The College of Vocational Studies offers a Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) programme with varying placement results. While some students receive average to above-average salary packages, others may not fare as well. The college's placement cell is active, but the actual placements and salaries depend on individual circumstances.

Above answer is based on below reviews
An average package of INR 4.20 . by Anonymous
Around 60% of students get pla . by Ritika
Our college placement cell is . by Garvit
The placement in the college o . by Manshu
Placements are overall good, b . by Anuj
 

Q:   What are the placement opportunities for B.Sc. (Hons.) in Computer Science at College of Vocational Studies college like?

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{Source: B.Sc. students & alumni}

* Placements vary from 5 LPA to 21 LPA, with an average salary package of around 4 LPA to 6 LPA.
* Not all students were able to secure placements, with some reviewers reporting that only about 40-50% of students were placed.
* Some reviewers reported that placements for Computer Science students were less compared to other courses.
* However, other reviewers noted that the placement cell was supportive and helped students secure good placements and internships.
* The highest salary package offered was 21 LPA, but most students received offers in the range of 5 LPA to 7 LPA.
* Some reviewers mentioned that students had to work on their skills to increase their chances of being selected by recruiters.
 

Q:   How effective is the teaching for B.A. (Voc.) in Management and Marketing of Insurance at College of Vocational Studies?

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{Source: students & alumni}

Based on the reviews provided, the quality of teaching at the College of Vocational Studies for the B.A. (Voc.) in Management and Marketing of Insurance programme is generally considered to be good to excellent. All five reviewers praised the faculty members for their helpfulness, qualifications and teaching quality. Four out of five reviewers found the semester exams to be relatively easy to moderate, with one reviewer describing them as "not difficult." Three out of five reviewers mentioned that the course curriculum was relevant and made students industry-ready.

In terms of specific strengths, four reviewers highlighted the helpfulness and supportiveness of the faculty members, while three reviewers noted the relevance of the course curriculum. Two reviewers also mentioned that the semester exams were easy to study for and one reviewer praised the college's reputation for its faculty members.

Overall, the reviews suggest that the College of Vocational Studies provides a high-quality education in management and marketing of insurance, with supportive and knowledgeable faculty members, a relevant curriculum and relatively easy semester exams.

Summary:
The quality of teaching at the College of Vocational Studies for the B.A. (Voc.) in Management and Marketing of Insurance programme is rated highly by current and former students, with praise for the helpfulness and expertise of the faculty members, the relevance of the course curriculum and the relatively easy semester exams.

Above answer is based on below reviews
Our college teachers are too g . by Anonymous
Teachers in our college are he . by Aniket
Faculty members in our college . by Shubham
Teachers in our college are for . by Obaidur
Our college has high-class pro . by Anonymous
 

Q:   What is the placement record for B.A. (Voc.) in Management and Marketing of Insurance at College of Vocational Studies college?

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{Source: students & alumni}

Based on the five reviews provided, here is a summary of the placement scenario at the College of Vocational Studies:

The college has a decent placement record, with around 90% of students getting placed every year. The highest salary package offered varies between INR 10 lacs and INR 23 lacs per annum, depending on the review and the average salary package is around INR 3.5 lacs to INR 4.5 lacs per annum. However, it seems that not all departments have equal placement opportunities, with the tourism department having the best placement record. Additionally, some students have reported that they had to put in extra effort to secure placements.

Overall, the placements at the College of Vocational Studies seem to be moderate, with some departments performing better than others. It is recommended that students actively engage with the placement cell and prepare well for the interview process to increase their chances of getting placed.

Above answer is based on below reviews
In my course, nearly 90% of th . by Anonymous
Many students get placed in ou . by Aniket
Placements provided in our col . by Shubham
Around 100% of placements are . by Obaidur
Our college doesn't provide go . by Anonymous
 

Q:   Is College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi hard to get?

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Yes, the College of Vocational Studies (CVS), University of Delhi is a competitive college to get into. The college has high cut-offs for all of its programs. The cut-offs vary depending on the programme and the category of the student. For example, in 2022, the cut-off for the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) programme was 97% for the general category and 93% for the OBC category.

CVS is a popular college among students because of its innovative vocational education programs, its strong focus on placement, and its experienced faculty. The college also has a good reputation and is known for its high academic standards.

If you are interested in applying to CVS, you should start preparing early. Make sure to get good grades in your 12th board exams and to score well in the Common University Entrance Test (CUET). You should also research the different programs that CVS offers and choose the one that is best suited for your interests and career goals.

Here are some tips for increasing your chances of getting into CVS:

  • Get good grades in your 12th board exams.
  • Score well in the Common University Entrance Test (CUET).
  • Research the different programs that CVS offers and choose the one that is best suited for your interests and career goals.
  • Write a strong personal statement that explains why you are interested in attending CVS and what you can contribute to the community.
  • Get involved in extracurricular activities and volunteer work.
  • Get letters of recommendation from your teachers and mentors.
 

Q:   How effective is the teaching for Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com. Hons.) at College of Vocational Studies?

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{Source: B.Com students & alumni}

Based on the five reviews provided, here's an assessment of the quality of teaching at College of Vocational Studies for the Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com. Hons.) program:

1. The majority of reviewers praise the faculty for their helpfulness and competence in their respective subjects. Reviewers mention that the teachers have good knowledge of their courses and provide students with relevant and useful information.
2. Several reviewers highlight the relevance of the course curriculum, stating that it prepares students for the corporate sector and makes them industry-ready. This suggests that the teaching methods and materials are effective in achieving the desired learning outcomes.
3. While there may be some variations in teaching styles and standards among individual teachers, most reviewers agree that the faculty members are generally supportive and encouraging.
4. Some reviewers mention that the internal management and administration of the college could improve, particularly with regards to addressing student complaints and providing convenient services. However, this does not seem to significantly affect the quality of teaching.
5. Overall, the reviews indicate that the quality of teaching at College of Vocational Studies for the B.Com. Hons. programme is high, with competent and caring faculty members who prioritize student learning and success.
 

Q:   How can I get admission in College of Vocational Studies?

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In 2022, College of Vocational Studies (like all DU affiliated colleges) adopted CUET UG exam for admission to its undergraduate courses. College of Vocational Studies admission 2023 for UG courses (as per DU) will be through Common Seat Allocation System of the University of Delhi. But, at first, it is necessary that aspirants opt for DU during CUET form filling and later apply on the CSAS portal to be eligible for admission. The admission process after CUET result declaration is explained below:

Step 1: After the declaration of the CUET UG exam, register on the DU CSAS portal in multiple phases.

Step 2: Submit College of Vocational Studies + Course combination preferences in the order of priority on the CSAS dashboard. Here student must select their preferred course and college as the option. 

Step 3: The University has released the dates for three DU CSAS Seat Allocation Lists which will be out on August 1, August 10 and August 22, 2023, respectively for all categories. 

Step 4: Once the candidate "Accept" the provisionally allocated seat, the College of Vocational Studies will verify the eligibility and documents uploaded by the candidate online. The college has an option to 'Accept' or 'Reject' the admission of the student basis the verification. 

Step 5: Once College of Vocational Studies accords the approval, candidates will have to pay the 'Admission Fee' to confirm their seat. 

 
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Yes, you are eligible to apply for College of Vocational Studies if you have scored 60% in Class 12. The basic eligibility criteria for the undergraduate courses offered at CVS DU requires the candidates to pass the qualifying exam i.e. Class 12. However, selection will be done on the basis of score

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Those seeking admission at College of Vocational Studies DU need to ensure that they satisfy eligibility criteria for the desired course. The eligible candidates can follow the below-mentioned steps to get admission at CVS DU:

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The application process of College of Vocational Studies Delhi University is a multi-step process that starts with registering for the relevant entrance exam i.e. (CUET/DUET). Students need to apply for the entrance test by visiting the official website of NTA. Those with a valid score in the CUET c

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College of Vocational Studies is affiliated with Delhi Univeristy and offers a wide range of vocational courses in the streams of Arts, Commerce, Science, Management and Education. Some of the popular courses at CVS Delhi University are as follows:

  • BA
  • BBM/BMS
  • BCom
  • BSc
  • DEd
  • Certificate courses
  • PG Diploma

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Yes, admissions to College of Vocational Studies (CVS) Delhi University are entrance-based. The college offers various courses across several streams at UG and PG Diploma levels. Interested students are required to satisfy the basic eligibility and score a valid score in Common University Entrance T

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