Patna : Magadh University ( MU ) vocational cell will streamline running of vocational courses taught at constituent colleges of the university . An advisory committee will be set up at each college to further strengthen vocational courses in the current academic session 2016-2017 . This decision was taken at a meeting of the vocational cell held at the MU branch office here on Wednesday. The meeting also decided to abolish the agencies engaged in running vocational courses at most of the colleges under Magadh University .
J D Women’s College principal Subhas Prasad Sinha said that the university must revise the syllabi of vocational courses to fulfill students’ needs particularly of BCA and BBM courses . T P S College principal Tapan Kumar Sandaliya suggested that the MU Board of Studies should supervise the syllabi revision of vocational courses as per the university regulations. College of Commerce principal Baban Singh said that the university should maintain uniform fee structure for each vocational course as approved by the Raj Bhawan .MU coordinator , college development council (CCDC ) Upendra Kumar Verma and inspector of colleges Shailendra Kumar said that MU constituent colleges must hold an entrance test for admission to vocational courses .
Gaya College principal M S Islam said that the MU VC should decide whether there is any need of a senior teacher to supervise the process for vocational course examinations each year. A N College principal Bihari Singh said that colleges must publish prospectus specially for vocational courses highlighting their importance for students’ career.
According to MU Cell coordinator B N Ojha, the meeting also resolved that a delegation of vocational cell members would meet state HRD director and other officials in a day or two to start admission process for vocational courses at each college of the university without any delay.