For doing skill-based courses issued by Kanpur University, Rs 2000 to Rs 3000 will have to be deposited as course fee.
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Generally, for admission in a university, it is necessary to have 12th pass. But now 8th pass students can also take admission in Kanpur University. Kanpur’s Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University, CSJMU has started 20 such courses, in which 8th and 10th pass students can also take admission. These courses will be skill based. These short term course Through this, students will be given training in different fields. Also, with the help of this course, they will be able to start their own employment in future.
Kanpur University has started skill based course for 8th pass students. At the same time, many courses like ITI and Polytechnic have been started for 10th pass students. You can also get information about how to apply for admission in this course from the website of CSJMU- csjmu.ac.in.
Courses for 8th Pass
These courses have been started by Kanpur University for class 8th pass students at University Institute of Engineering and Technology and Department of Music. In the music department, students can take admission in courses like Tabla, Sitar, Vocal, Kathak, Folk Dance, Theater. Apart from this, skills like octopad, central carpenter, welder, plumber and electrician can also be learned.
course for 10th pass
Many courses like ITI and Polytechnic have been started in Kanpur University for 10th pass students. Students will be able to take admission in courses like Architectural, Interior Design and Decoration, Domestic Painter, Machinist, AC and Refrigerator Mechanical. Apart from this, certificate courses have also been started for the students of drawing. It has courses like painting, animation, graphics designing, 3D printing. Any student can participate for these courses.
fee for skill course
Very little fee will have to be paid for doing this course from Kanpur University. For this, Rs 2000 to Rs 3000 will have to be deposited as fees. According to the information, on the instructions of Vice-Chancellor Prof. Vinay Pathak, such a new course is going to be started. Its main objective is to make the youth self-reliant. The age limit for admission in the university through these courses has also been abolished.