Software is the pulse of modern mechinery systems. The need for efficient softwares is in plenty to cope up with the need for efficient automated mechineriers. Developing skills to design softwares for a large-scale and day to day use will be the trust area under this course. A sufficiently skilled student under this programme may develop personal software enterprises as a system administration and provide technical support to companies, frams, e-mechinery developing companies ect.
UGC has provided much flexibility for the student under the three year graduate level courses with multiple exit facility at Diploma (after 1 years), Advance Diploma (after 2 years) and Bachelor of Vocation (after 3 years).
Suitable skill levels as per National Skill Qualification Framework (NSQF) and possible job roles in the respective job sectors as per the National Occupational Standards (NOSs) have been set accordingly for suitable employability of the students. The BVoc programmes are therefore suitably designed to impart knowledge, skills, attitude and behavioural traits to make a student "job-ready" at each exit level.