Students aspiring to opt for the vocational training courses in the Delhi University will now have to compulsorily include mathematics in their best of four percentage. The varsity has made Mathematics a compulsory subject in four out of its seven vocational courses. Printing technology, web-design, software development and banking operations will now include Maths in the curriculum.

Earlier, applicants could include any four top scoring subjects to calculate aggregate percentage while applying for admissions. However, after the new notification, Mathematics will have to be included along with one language and two other top scoring subjects for calculating the percentage for the said courses.

The subject will not be compulsory for BVoc in healthcare management, retail management and information technology.