BVOC-AGRI Under Graduate

Bachelor of Vocation in Agriculture

3 Year Program
4-6Lac Avg Package

About Program

Empower yourself to drive positive change through our BVOC Public Services program at Sanskaram Skill and Technology College. Delve into subjects like public policy, governance, social welfare, and community development. Through case studies and practical experiences, you'll understand the intricacies of public administration and effective leadership. Explore the dynamics of public service delivery, ethical decision-making, and stakeholder engagement. Whether you aspire to work in government agencies, non-profit organizations, or community development projects, our program equips you with the knowledge and skills to navigate the challenges and opportunities of public service with confidence.

Learning Objectives

Develop a strong understanding of public administration principles and practices.
Acquire skills in policy analysis, strategic planning, and effective governance.
Enhance leadership abilities for managing public service initiatives and projects.
Explore community development strategies and stakeholder engagement techniques.


  • Completion of 10+2 education from a recognized board in any stream.
  • Fulfillment of minimum qualifying marks criteria as per college norms.
  • Clearing any required entrance examinations or interviews for admission.
  • Meeting any additional requirements specified by the college.


  • Career opportunities in government agencies, public administration, and civil service.
  • Roles in policy analysis, program management, and community outreach.
  • Opportunities in non-profit organizations, advocacy groups, and social services.
  • Pursuit of higher studies in public administration, political science, or related fields.
  • Contribution to effective governance, community development, and social change.


3 Year 6 Semester
BVOC Public Service 1st Sem Book
BVOC Public Service 1st Sem Book2
First quiz
Basic understanding of BVOC Public Service.
2nd Assignments
Final Lesson
First quiz


No, students from diverse academic backgrounds are welcome to join and contribute their unique perspectives.
The program offers real-world exposure through internships, field visits, and projects with government and non-government organizations.
Graduates can explore roles in government agencies, civil service, public administration, non-profits, advocacy groups, and social services.