Hey aspiring entrepreneurs! There’s a good news for you! DU is planning to provide wings to your dreams! You wanna know about it? Let’s have a look.
University of Delhi, popularly called DU, is planning to introduce a new entrepreneurship course from the academic session 2018-19. The course is going to be a three-year degree program and will be called “BBA Entrepreneurship Course”.
On August 20, 2018, the Standing Committee on Academic Matters welcomed this interesting proposal to introduce a three-year course on Entrepreneurship. The course is yet to be approved by the Academic Council and the Executive Council. It will be established under the Faculty of Applied Social Sciences and Humanities.
The course is going to be the first of its kind in Delhi University. There’s a huge possibility that Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies (SSCBS) will be the first college to offer this course. Subsequently, other DU colleges will also offer this course so that the budding entrepreneurs can get a progressive platform.
The course aligns with the Delhi government and Central government’s initiative for skill development and entrepreneurship at academic and undergraduate levels. Currently, very few universities in India offer BBA Entrepreneurship and most of them are private institutions.
Round 1: The First round will be a National Level Entrance Test. The entrance test will check the logical and quantitative reasoning of the students.
Round 2: The students who will clear the first round will have a Group Discussion Round.
Round 3: The last round will include Personal Interviews.
OTHER DETAILS: The other important information is that the students will be expected to do two internships and submit a dissertation at the end of the third year.
Moreover, BBA Entrepreneurship Course will follow Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) and a total of 158 credit points will be awarded to students who complete the course.
So, get ready aspiring entrepreneurs, buck up! All the very best!
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