Bhartiya Skill Development University Jaipur incorporate the norms of:-
UGC Instructions for Vocational Programmes (B.Voc, M.Voc. and Ph.D)
National Skills Qualifications Framework (NSQF)
AICTE Instructions for Vocational Programmes
NSQF and RPL (Recognition of Previous Learning) Guidelines
Guidelines of respective Sector Skill Councils (SSCs)f) National Occupation Standards (NOS)
National Occupation Standards (NOS)
Skills Qualification Packs (QPs)
BSDU follows Swiss Dual System of Vocational Education and Training duly modified to suit Indian Environment and to meet Industry requirements
Merit Scholarships:1.1. B.Voc and B.Tech (UG) Students admitted directly:
Students having 90% or more marks in 10+2 or equivalent qualifying examination, will be eligible for a scholarship equivalent to 100% of the Tuition Fees.
1.2. B.Voc and B.Tech (UG) Students admitted through the University Entrance Examination:
Students admitted through the University Entrance Examination and getting 90% and higher marks in the Examination, will be eligible for a Scholarship equivalent to 50% of the Tuition fees.
Note: The above scholarships will be given at the time of admission and will continue for the first year only. To retain the scholarships in subsequent years, the student has to maintain a minimum CGPA of 8.0, else the Scholarship will be withdrawn.
2.1. Wards of Freedom Fighters and Defence Personnel (Serving and Retired):
20% concession in Tuition fees, will be allowed to Sons/Daughters of Armed Forces/Para Military Forces/Police Force Personnel.
2.2. Students from Minority Communities:
20% concession in Tuition fees, will be allowed to students from Muslim, Christian, Sikh, Jain, Parsi and Buddhist communities, who secure 60% marks in the qualifying examination.
2.3. Differently-abled students:
20% concession in Tuition fees will be allowed to differently-abled students with 30% or higher impairment.
2.4. Relations of Existing Students of BSDU:
25% concession in Tuition fees will be allowed to a student whose brother/sister/spouse is already a student of BSDU. The concession will continue till both the students are studying in the University and will cease once any one of them leaves the university.
2.5. BSDU students joining next Higher Degree in the University:
BSDU Students who have completed any degree at the University and who join the University for a higher degree, will be allowed 25% concession in Tuition fees.
2.6. University Employees and their Wards:
50% concession in Tuition fees will be allowed to self/spouse/son/daughter of University Employees. This fee concession will hold as long as the employee continues to work in the University.
A student can avail only one scholarship/fee concession at a time.
Teaching Assistantship for Post Graduate (PG) students
20% of the students admitted in a PG program, in the order of merit, will be given a Teaching Assistantship of Rs. 5000 per month. They would be required to take a teaching load of 6-8 hours per week.
Academic Calender 2019-20
Academic Summer Semester from 22nd July 2019 to 18th January 2020
||Date and Day
||20 May 2019(Monday) to 09 August 2019(Friday)
||Orientation Program for Freshers
||22 July 2019(Monday) to 09 August 2019(Friday)
||Last Date for Payment fo Tuition & Hostel Fees
||09 August 2019(Friday)
||Start of Classes
||12 August 2019(Monday)
||1st In-semester Examinations
||23th September 2019(Monday) to 26 September 2019(Thursday)
||27 October 2019(Sunday) to 03 November 2019(Sunday)
||2nd In-semester Examinations
||20 November 2019(Wednesday) to 23 November 2019(Saturday)
||Last Day of Instruction
||06 January 2020(Saturday)
||06 January 2020(Monday) to 11 January 2020(Saturday)
||Declatation of Results
||18 January 2020(Saturday)
||13 January 2020(Monday) to 18 January 2020(Saturday)
||Start of Industry Winter Semester
||20 January 2020(Monday)
Industry Summer Semester from 29th July 2019 to 08th February 2020
||Date and Day
||29th July 2019(Monday) to 18th January 2020(Saturday)
||Contact Classes and GE Exams
||20 January 2020(Monday) to 01 February 2020(Saturday)
||03 February 2020(Monday) to 08 February 2020(Saturday)
||Start of Academic Winter Semester
||10th February 2020(Monday)
Training & Placement
The Objective of the Placement Cell is to organize career guidance programmes for all the students, starting from the first year itself. The cell arranges training programmes like Mock Interviews and Group Discussions, for students who are interested in joining the Government Sector. It also invites HR Managers & Technical Experts from different industries to conduct training programmes for students. The Cell also provides career counselling and guidance to its students. Special focus is given to encouraging the students for entrepreneurship.
BSDU provides a platform to facilitate interaction between students and companies, so that both can find the best match as per their aspirations and requirements. Our students are a product of rigorous thinking, hard work and skill fundamentals. The University promotes a host of student activities to improve their soft skills, which are imperative for one to excel in his/ her work platform. Besides, the University promotes various activities through student clubs and cells.
We highly value our partnership with recruiters and remain committed to making the recruiting experience productive and positive. The placement team extends a warm welcome to all the recruiters to visit the University and test our budding talents. We hope that recruiters and students will create synergies and find the best match between their needs and capabilities.
Students with Experience in Industry:
BSDU follows the Swiss-dual model of training, wherein students spend 6 months every year doing industry internships. The Internship Program ensures that every student spends adequate time working in the industry every alternate semester. It exposes them to real life applications and provides hands-on experience in a collaborative environment.
We believe wholeheartedly in helping students develop their potential in every field of their interest. Soft skill and aptitude building are made part of the class-room experience, through presentations and open-ended learning components.
Student managed clubs and events give them further avenues to express themselves and develop skills beyond academics.