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There are 2 names in this directory beginning with the letter B.
B.voc
B.voc - Bachelor of Vocational Degree courses are available in several fields for students who have completed their 12th standard or equivalent. This is largely targeted for youth who want to enhance their employability opportunities to learn, earn and grow. The advantage of these courses is that as against common Degree courses like Engineering or B.Com or B.Sc, here you have multiple exit points and continued exposure to industry. The work experience improves your chances of landing a job. You may also come across innovative, trendy and new areas of expertise that match with your interests and job aspirations.The B.Voc. programmes are offered by universities and colleges alongside other undergraduate (UG) courses. However, unlike the traditional UG courses, B.Voc curriculum is often mapped with job role descriptions as per National Skills Qualification Framework (NSQF). Since the curriculum is industry and work-integrated and for some reason, if you are unable to complete the 3-year program, you can still obtain a Diploma and and Advanced Diploma (or equivalent) after completion of the first and second years respectively. Hence, your knowledge and skills are valued at every level and you will be qualified for a suitable job, as per market requirements. You can even explore becoming an entrepreneur in your domain.

BIBB
BIBB - Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training- Germany is recognized as a center for high standards for vocational research and for the progressive development of Vocational Education and Training ( VET) in Germany.BIBB works to identify future challenges in VET, stimulate innovation in national and international vocational systems, and develop new, practice oriented solutions for both initial and continuing vocational education and training.BIBB was established in 1970 on the basis of the Vocational Training Act (Berufsbildungsgesetz, BBiG) as a federal government institution for policy, research and practice in the field of vocational education and training.Company is technologically, economically oriented and always focuses on social changes because of constant challenges to maintain a high reputation and awareness requires highly qualified skilled workforce. In Germany, the structural foundation for these qualifications is the dual system of initial vocational training and company-based continuing vocational training. At the same time, a dual system program of initial vocational training lays the foundation for lifelong learning. Both initial and continuing vocational education and training are investments in the future.