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Community College

Community College

Realizing the need to boost vocational education on a larger scale, the University Grant Commission (UGC) proposes to establish as many as 100 'Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Centres' for Knowledge Acquisition and Up-gradation of Skilled Human Abilities and Livelihood (KAUSHAL)' during the XII plan period. These centres would take up the vocational education to new levels and offer courses beyond Diploma and B.Voc. degree also. The Centres will not only focus on skill development alone but also develop entrepreneurship traits. The centre may endeavour to maintain a structure of student enrolment with respect to diploma, Advanced Diploma, B.Voc, and further studies at PG levels. These Centres will also coordinate between the country's higher education system and industry to work as centres of excellence for skill development in a specialized area. Community college offers the following courses.


1.      B.Voc/M.Voc in Production Technology

2.      B.Voc/M.Voc in Polymer and Coating Technology

3.      B.Voc/M.Voc in Fashion and Garment Technology

4.      Diploma in Computerised Shoe Design and Development

Teachers of University Polytechnic, Womens' Polytechnic and Chemistry department are teaching the courses of Community College. Most have Masters degrees and some of them have doctorate degrees.


Community College, AMU, Aligarh

Vission and Mission

Vision

To achieve excellence in futuristic technical education and professional training by making our students technologically competent, innovative and entrepreneurial so that they can contribute to the sustainable growth of society and mankind.


Mission

  • Create skilled manpower for industry requirements at various levels. The scheme provides for vertical mobility from short term certificate courses to a full-fledged postgraduate degree programme.
  • Formulate courses at postgraduate level keeping in mind the need of i) Industry in specialized areas; ii) Instructional design, curriculum design and contents in the areas of Skills Development; iii) Pedagogy, assessment for skills development education and training; iv) Qualified faculty in the areas of skill development; and v) Entrepreneurship; etc.
  • Work for coordination between the higher education system and industry to become a Centre of Excellence for skill development in specialized areas.
  • To find the areas related to skill education & development, entrepreneurship, employability, labour market trends etc. at the postgraduate and research level.
  • Develop and aggregate curriculum, content and learning materials for skills development in different sectors.

Strengths

  • The Ongoing Pursuit of Excellence

  • Synergy through Teamwork

  • Awareness and Responsiveness to Emerging Technologies

  • Availability of updated infrastructure (Auditorium, smart classroom, workshops etc.) for technical education at par with premier institutions.

  • Inclusivity, Diversity, Equality & Accessibility

  • Development of Entrepreneurial culture

  • Accountable to standards of excellence

  • Standard teacher-student ratio

  • Common facilities of university accessible to the students and staff


Weaknesses

  • Scarcity of Govt as well as Self-generated Funds

  • Shortage of space for seminar Library

  • Shortage of girls common room

  • Lack of research facilities

  • Lack of grants and scholarships for research

  • Lack of field exposer for students


Opportunities

  • Avenues for new degree courses in different emerging trades in the self-financing scheme

  • Opportunities for academic collaboration and Industrial partnerships

  • Opportunities for higher studies for staff

  • Availability of existing space for new infrastructural development


Challenges

  • Maintenance of existing lab facilities and infrastructure due to scarcity of funds

  • Limited campus placement and industrial partnership

  • Shifting from manual to digital administration


Program Objectives

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

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

  • To provide flexibility to the students by means of pre-defined entry and multiple exit points.

  • To integrate NSQF within the undergraduate level of higher education to enhance the employability of the students and meet industry requirements. Such students apart from meeting the needs of local and national industry are also expected to be equipped to become part of the global workforce.

  • To provide vertical mobility to students admitted in such vocational courses.

  • The certification levels will lead to Diploma/Advanced Diploma/B. Voc. Degree in Production Technology and will be offered by respective affiliating University/Board of Technical Education.


National Skilled Qualification Framework (NSQF)


Intake Qualification: 10+2/Intermediate

Level 5, Diploma 

Level  6, Advance  Diploma

Level  7, B. Voc. Degree

Level  8, PG Diploma

Level  9, M. Voc. Degree

Exit at any level after completing its requisites.


1. Production Technology

  • Diploma In Production Technology

  • Advance Diploma In Production Technology

  • B. Voc. Degree  In Production Technology

  • PG Diploma In Production Technology

  • M. Voc. Degree In Production Technology


2. Fashion Design & Garment Technology

  • Diploma In Fashion Design & Garment Technology

  • Advance Diploma In Fashion Design & Garment Technology

  • B. Voc. Degree  In Fashion Design & Garment Technology

  • PG Diploma In Fashion Design & Garment Technology

  • M. Voc. Degree  In Fashion Design & Garment Technology


3. Polymer & Coating Technology

  • Diploma In Polymer & Coating Technology

  • Advance Diploma In Polymer & Coating Technology

  • B. Voc. Degree  In Polymer & Coating Technology

  • PG Diploma In Polymer & Coating Technology

  • M. Voc. Degree  In Polymer & Coating Technology

4. Computerized Shoe Design & Development

Diploma In Computerized Shoe Design & Development