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DAKSH SKILL DEVELOPMENT MISSION is the aegis of Daksh Educational Trust. We know it’s difficult to trust strangers. That’s why let us tell you a little bit more about our work, the team of DSDM. and working on vocational education since 2010 with an objective to train unemployed youth, school and college dropouts in various outcome-based trades, and help them get employment within the domestic industries as well as overseas markets. We are working with Skill India Mission since 2016 and trained almost 2000 candidates in various job roles. DSDM was established with the noble aim of advancing and disseminating knowledge and maintaining highest standard of learning through teaching, research, extension education Programme and conceptual aspects relevant to the need of the state, having vast experience in the field of education, is committed to bring about an all round social transformation by spreading quality education in rural and urban areas throughout India. There are many sectors & millions of jobs opportunities across these sectors, where industries continue to struggle for skilled talent.

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Bachelor of Vocation

B.Voc is an application-based programme. This skill-based study concentrates on practical learning rather than theoretical one.

Master of Vocation

M. Voc.,it is a postgraduate degree that takes two years to complete and focuses on specialized work and industry skill sets.

Skills Development

It is the process of identifying your skill gaps and developing your skills.It is important because your skills determine your ability.

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Levels of Awards

Multiple Exit & Entry Points
(Time Taken)
NSQF level
Diploma 1years 5
Advanced Diploma 2 years 6
B.Voc Degree 3 years 7


Eligibility for admission in B.Voc.

The eligibility condition for admission to B.Voc.programme shall be 10+2 or equivalent, in any stream.


The curriculum in each of the years of the programme would be a suitable mix of general education and skill development components.


(I) To provide judicious mix of skills relating to a profession and appropriate content of General Education.

(II) To ensure that the students have adequate knowledge and skills, so that they are work ready at each exit point of the programme.

General Education Component

(I) The general education component should adhere to the normal university standards. It should emphasise and offer courses which provide holistic development. However, it should not exceed 40% of the total curriculum.

(II) Adequate emphasis should be given to language and communication skills.

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