New Delhi: College of Vocational Studies has issued cutoffs for the courses it offers. The vocational courses offered are human resource management - cutoff-92%, marketing management and retail business - 92% cutoff; management and marketing of insurance 91% cutoff; material management - 90% and small and medium enterprises with 90% cutoff.
The admissions will begin from 9am Wednesday.
The staff council had a meet on Tuesday and decided to completely disassociate from the admission committee.
"How can you shut down courses that you yourself designed? The academic council will decide on the scrapping of course," said a source.
After the staff meeting, the admission committee had a meet and has issued the cutoffs which are been posted on the college notice boards.
Under the FYUP, all the five vocational courses were abolished and replaced by the FMP-run bachelor in management studies. The BMS is now abolished as DU colleges are back to 2013-13 status.
The college wanted the DU administration to allow it to continue with BMS in three-year mode or run bachelor in business studies.
The staff association and the admission committee of the Vocational college, on Monday have decided to put the admissions to the five year courses which comprise of 385 seats.