B .Voc Retail Management and IT

In pursuance of the University Grants Commission (UGC) scheme on skill development based higher education as part of college/university education leading to Bachelor of Vocational (B.Voc.) Degree, the university has decided to introduce the skill education-based degree programme leading to the award of the B.Voc Retail Management and Information Technology degree.

As per the UGC scheme and in coherence with the NSQF framework is designed with facilities for multiple exits/entry into the programmes and, depending on the skill level attained may be awarded Diploma/ Advanced Diploma or a BVoc degree at the end of the 6 semesters programme as the case may be. It is expected that the B. Voc. RMIT programme would enable its products making a meaningful participation the Retail activities of the country through adequate employment and entrepreneurship.

The Programme is of total 180 credits which covers 19 Discipline core, 7 Discipline elective, 5 Ability enhancement, 7 Skill based, 5 Add on courses where main focus will be on Retail management and IT related courses The objective of the course is to introduce the basic concepts of retailing to the participants. The key takeaways from this course are- understanding how a retail business works, the core issues and challenges involved, the key terms and terminologies associated and an appreciation of retail sector.

This course contains Retail and IT ideas, concepts, and real-life examples to make the learning process engaging and informative. The student population of the department is diverse, having students from different parts of the country. The other main features of the course are

  • Internship in organizations during the intervening summer between II and III Semesters
  • Summer Training Project (STP) in organizations during the intervening summer between IV and V Semesters

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Faculty Profile

 Prof. S Hanuman Kennedy  
 Dr. Kattepogu Nagarjuna