PM Narendra Modi-led NDA government has gifted India its first railway university today! On September 5, to mark Teachers’ Day, India’s first railway university has been opened in Gujarat’s Vadodara. To begin with, the railway university will teach two courses; B.Sc in Transportation Technology and BBA in Transportation Management. From next year onwards, the plan is to add five more courses, learns Financial Express Online.
These are; (Master of Technology) Transportation and Systems Design, (Master of Technology) Transport Systems Engineering, (Master of Science) Transport Technology and Policy, (Master of Science) Transport Economics and (Master of Business Administration) Transportation Management. While the two courses being taught right now are under-graduate ones, the five new ones that will commence from next year will be post-graduate courses.
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