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विद्यार्थी शब्दसृजन क्लब आयोजित – ६० सेकंद मराठीत बोला स्पर्धा

E-Commerce & Digital Marketing

It also has relevance due to changed technological, social, cultural and economic environment of the nation. The curriculum for B.VOC.- ECDM  is developed keeping in mind the national priorities and international practices. It also attempts to align the programme structure and course contents with student aspirations & recruiter expectations. This syllabus also attempts to align with National Goal of “Make in India”,

“Start – Up and Stand – Up India” and “Digital India”.


    1. Reading & Listening Skills
    2. Problem Definition & Problem Solving Skills
    3. Application of Technology Tools
    4. Mastery of Analytics (Quantitative Aspects)
    5. Sensitization to Cross-Functional skills
    6. Sensitization to Cross-Cultural skills
    7. Sensitization to Global perspectives
    8. Peer-based Learning – Working in groups
    9. Learning by application and doing – Experiential learning
    10. Team building basics and its orientation


The B.VOC- ECDM  programme prepares a student for a career in diverse sectors of the industry domestically and globally. The B.VOC- ECDM  programme facilitates learning in theory and practice of different functional areas of management and equips the students with an integrated approach to various functions of management. However, the demand for managerial skills is not limited to the industry. Managerial talent is much sought by the Government Sector, NGOs, non-corporate sector as well.


  1. Unique Pedagogy as per Industry Requirements
  2. Highly qualified and Experienced faculty
  3. Placement Assistance
  4. Specific skills to enhance employability
  5. Occupational Skills to enable entrepreneurial initiatives
  6. Industry-Academia Involvement and MoUs
  7. State of the Art Infrastructure
  8. Personality and soft skill development training
  9. Customer Relationship Management
  10. Job responsibilities of a sales Associates
  11. Knowledge of products and services


  1. E-Commerce Executive
  2. Digital Marketing Executive
  3. Executive – Telesales – E-Commerce
  4. Digital Marketing Experts
  5. Web Analytics
  6. Senior E-Commerce Executive
  7. Associate Director
  8. Business Development Manager
  9. E-Commerce Manager
  10. Digital Marketing Manager
  11. Development Manager For an E-Commerce Start-up
  12. Global E-Commerce Expert
  13. Front End Architect
  14. Category Manager
  15. Key Account Manager
  16. Digital Marketing Specialist -E-Commerce

Food Processing

The B.Voc programme is focused on Universities and Colleges providing undergraduate studies which would also incorporate specific job roles and their National Occupational standards (NOSs) along with broad based General Education. This would enable the graduates completing B.Voc. to make a meaningful participation in accelerating India’s economy by gaining appropriate employment, becoming entrepreneurs, and creating appropriate knowledge.

In the year 2019-20, M.Voc. program was started to focus on vertical expansion of Post graduate degree and research level as provided under the UGC guidelines for Vocational education under NSQF with 24 intake capacity.

Department of Food Technology and Research have collaborated by signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoUs) with University of Science and Technology, Meghalaya, Farm to Fork Solution, Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai & GloBiL’s Agri & Food enterprise, Jammu Kashmir.

Department of Food Technology and Research regularly organizes different programmes and seminar for the students such as Celebration of National Nutrition Week, National Consumer Day, FoSTaC training, State Level Seminar on “Scope & Opportunities of Food & Dairy Processing Sector in Government Organization & Regulatory Agencies, World Food Day, National science Day, etc.

Department of Food Technology and Research have organized study tours for the students in different food industry such as Mala’s & Mapro Industry, Satara, Paras Dairy, Newasa, Gokul Dairy, Kolhapur, Coconut Research Centre, Fisheries College & Marine Biological Research Centre, Ratnagiri, Sula vineyard & Sahyadri Farms, Nashik, Yudgul Dairy, Kolhapur, Gadre Marine Industry, Ratnagiri, Satara Mega Food Park, Satara, etc.

Our students are placed in different multinational food industry such as ITC Ltd, Ranjangaon, Britannia Industry Pvt. Ltd, Shirur, Bauli India Bakes & Sweets Pvt. Ltd. Baramati, Paras Dairy, Ahemadnagar, Imsofer India Pvt. Ltd., Baramati, Gits Food Products Pvt.Ltd., Pune, Satara Food Mega Park, Satara, Venkys Indian Ltd. Kamshet, Pune, and KFC etc.


In the M&E business, there is a demand for highly educated, multitasking workforce. The knowledge gap between industry and academia will be filled by skill-oriented education. The Department of Media and Communication Studies was founded to give students multiple perspectives on social as well as communication platforms. Our department’s strength is its skill-based curriculum. This curriculum will definitely transform the academic and media landscape. On June 15, 2014, the Department of Media and Communication Studies of the University Grant Commission approved the extension of the programme under the National Service Qualification Framework (NSQF). In the academic year 2019–20, the Department of Media and Communication Studies launched the PG programme within the NSQF framework. On July 26, 2019, UGC released a list of colleges that had been authorized. The M.Voc-Media Studies programme at the college has begun on the same day, on July 26, 2019.

Established in June 2014 under the National Skill Qualification Framework, the Department of Media and Communication Studies was formerly known as the Journalism and Mass Communication Department. University Grant Commission, New Delhi, provides funding for B.Voc. Journalism and Mass Communication programmes. In the academic year 2014–2015, Savitribai Phule University, Pune, is affiliated with the B.Voc. Journalism and Mass Communication programme. According to NSQF guidelines, the department offers skill-based education with a 60% emphasis on skill development and a 40% emphasis on general education. The department relocated to the vocational centre building in the 2016–17 academic year. 50 students are accepted each year into the three-year B.Voc course. The post-graduation Master in Vocational – Media Studies programme, often known as M.Voc -Media Studies, was introduced by the college for the 2019–20 academic years. The curriculum has four semesters. In the third and fourth semesters, there are two specializations available: video production and digital journalism. The infrastructure in the department of media and communication studies is top-notch. The department’s acoustic television studio is named for Late. Dadasaheb Phalke, a pioneer of the Indian cinema industry. The department also features video editing labs and a dubbing studio.