Financial literacy VAC at Delhi University with the implementation of the four-year undergraduate program. During the academic session, Delhi University (DU) moved out a host of Value Addition Courses (VACS). They are separate from the programs that students are searching for.
At the end of the first semester, the university showed some data. Among the VAC at Delhi University for the first time. The exam on financial literacy was the most prevalent with 76 colleges opting for the same. The Paper On Costilityal Values and Fundamental Duties moved toward a close second with 74 colleges opting for the paper.
This was followed by Coursetes on Digital EmpowerMent, Vedic Mathematics, as well as a paper on Ethics and Culture. Along with 56, 54, and 47 colleges preferring the respectively.
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According to university officials, the vacs aimed to bridge the gap between badmen graduation. Employability of Students provides a common pool of courses. Courses are offered by different disciplines aimed At Personality Building, Embedding Ethical, Cultural, and Conntitudeal Values, and Promote Critical Thinking as well as Scientific Temperature.
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While the colleges were needed to select from the common pool of courses that students can register in. The university has also rumbled out a collection of college schemes. There, students can go to various colleges within a particular cluster. To go after a paper that is not delivered at their college.
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Courses on Ethics and Values in Ancient Indian Traditions, Gandhi and Education, Science and Society, And Culture and Communication also saw over 40 colleges going for the papers.
However, papers like Fit India, Emotional Intelligence, Social and Emotional Learning weren’t as famous, with around 26 colleges opting for the papers. Likewise, the course ‘Panchakosha: Holistic Development of Personality’ was proposed by 23 Colleges.
Among the pool of 24 courses proposed by the university in the first edition of the vacs being rolled out. The paper ‘SRIJNATMAK Lekhan Ke Ayam ‘has appeared as the least famous, with only 16 colleges opting for the same.