Inaugurating the process, Karnataka Higher Education Minister CN Ashwath Narayan said the measures were aimed at increasing student employment and bringing the courses in line with NSQF (National Skill Qualification Framework) and global standards. And claims.
Eight new diploma programs offered by the Department of Technical Education in Emerging Areas include Alternative Energy Technology, Cyber Security, Food Processing and Storage, Travel and Tourism, Cloud Computing and Big Data, Automation and Robotics, Direction, Screenwriting and TV Production, and Cyber Physics Systems. And security.
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The minister said the newly introduced polytechnic colleges include Gauribidnur, Shiralakoppa, Kudligi, Rabkabi, Banahati, Aurad, SJ Polytechnic in Bangalore, Chennagiri, Kopa, Honali and Kapu (Udupi).
In addition to the newly added programs, there are 33 courses in the Polytechnic Diploma. Apart from this, in the third year, specialized paths will be provided in 12 subjects, Narayan added.
The admission process has also been changed. Now students can be admitted in 1 of the total government polytechnics on a first-come-first-served basis.
The remaining 26 colleges will be admitted on merit basis.
“DTE has developed new courses and a new C-20 curriculum after extensive consultations with industry, academics, alumni and the government. There are also hints of diploma courses in countries like Germany, New Zealand, Australia and Singapore,” the minister said.
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