Introducing Vocational Education Programs
at TDU Campus in North Bangalore
B.Voc Food Processing (Dual Certification from TDU and from FICSI)
This program covers basic concepts and principles in food Science, food technology and food engineering. This is done in collaboration with FICSI.
PG Diploma in Functional Genomics and Bioinformatics
An industry oriented course that is a blend of biological sciences and engineering technology, this program opens up attractive career prospects in healthcare industries, labs and academic institutes.
B.Voc Kidney Care and Dialysis Technology (KDT)
This program covers the entire canvas of Kidney related disorders and the care required for such patients including dialysis techniques and renal replacement therapy.
Diploma in Panchakarma Therapy
The course will cover topics such as Fundamentals of Ayurveda, Panchakarma, Dravyaguna (Medicinal Plants), Bhaishjyakalpana (Preparation of Medicine), Foundations of Nursing, etc., and is upgradable to Bachelor of Vocation (Ayurveda nursing).
B.Voc. Operation Theatre Technology (OTT)
The program covers all aspects of assisting doctors during surgery, preparation of OT, smooth functioning of ICU, NICU, ICCU and OT’s, including pre and post-operative care.
B.Voc. Optometry (OPT)
Optometry covers the entire canvas of sports vision, low vision aids, contact lenses, Pediatric Optometry, Orthotics, patient handling techniques etc., leading to lucrative careers.
Local, in-person, work-integrated-training - work and learn near home
Assured apprenticeships / internships, most of them with stipends
Work / Learn on state of the art infrastructure available with local industry and businesses
Affordable fees that can be paid out of stipends earned
- Graduate with 3 years of work experience
All Students who have completed 12th / PU for Diploma and B.Voc programs (few courses require Science Stream)
Few courses are also open to students who have passed out of ITIs. Also, lateral entry is available to Diploma students from some streams.
Undergraduate degree required for PG Diploma and Masters Programs
Our Recent Posts
The Foundation for Revitalisation of Local Health Traditions (FRLHT) was set up in 1993 by co-founders, Dr Sam Pitroda and Prof. Darshan Shankar, to work towards the revitalization of India’s medical heritage, promote its theory and practices for health and healing, and establish its contemporary relevance among the healing systems of the world. Two decades later, in 2013, FRLHT gave birth to the University of Trans-disciplinary Health Sciences and Technology (TDU) to carry forward its nation building legacy in health sciences and technology. Among several pioneering initiatives TDU houses the country’s only national herbarium and raw drug repository of the medicinal plants of India, has established laboratories working at the interface of Ayurveda and Biology, and runs a unique 100 bed Integrative healthcare hospital whose endeavour is to demonstrate the effectiveness of Ayurveda Clinical Management.
TDU VEP in the News
The Higher Education Digest
The Education Times
Kannada OneIndia News