Improved Access to Quality Education

Educational and training facilities have been increasing rapidly. However, access, affordability, and quality remain serious concerns. Employability is also an issue. How can we improve the quality and the utility of our education, while ensuring equity and affordability?

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Should vocational streams have the same access to higher education as academic streams? If so, how?

Presently, there is inadequate integration between vocational education and practical hands–on training, besides inadequate linkages with industries and an absence of accreditation systems. In such a context, what measures should be adopted for synergizing vocationalization of secondary education and National Skill Development Mission in the country for achieving the goals of employment and skill development?

Postby chanana.ak@nic.in » Wed Feb 02, 2011 6:37 am

Presently, there is inadequate integration between vocational education and practical hands–on training, besides inadequate linkages with industries and an absence of accreditation systems. In such a context, what measures should be adopted for synergizing vocationalization of secondary education and National Skill Development Mission in the country for achieving the goals of employment and skill development?

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Postby ashiana00@yahoo.com » Wed Feb 02, 2011 12:53 pm

respected sir
first of all the education system should be centralised. the syllabus of each state board should be the same and the examination proceedure too. the evaluation criteria should be one and the same. field activity should be compulsory for at least 25 % marks.
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Postby devenvaija09@gmail.com » Thu Feb 03, 2011 6:30 am

Sir,

To achieve goals of employment and skill development,

1) Educate the target group (age 21 to 28) about importance of skill development and missions of NDSM.

2) Effective Training about human resources, personnel is must. Recruitment and Selection methods also be taught. THus these trained people will recruit essential employees leading to rise of employment.

3) Professional Knowledge should be imparted rather than only information or fact based learning in secondary education . Examination should be such that practical situations can be given to students.

4) Self-employment attitude or entrepreneurship has to be inculcated.

5) Hire Management Trainees for grass-root level work.

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Postby ketkichheda13@gmail.com » Thu Feb 03, 2011 9:38 am

according to me, workshops and seminars should me conducted in schools & colleges with complusory participation of students..over and above the subjects and topics and subjects which are very least important and useful in practical life should be discarded...more over internships for 1-2 months should be made part of academic year...this may help to get good industrial knowledge...and with more practical approach towars studies
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Postby ketkichheda13@gmail.com » Thu Feb 03, 2011 9:39 am

chanana.ak@nic.in wrote:Presently, there is inadequate integration between vocational education and practical hands–on training, besides inadequate linkages with industries and an absence of accreditation systems. In such a context, what measures should be adopted for synergizing vocationalization of secondary education and National Skill Development Mission in the country for achieving the goals of employment and skill development?
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Postby pancham1920@gmail.com » Sat Feb 05, 2011 6:00 am

Target the age group of 14 to 21 in schools and colleges.Industrial training should be mandatory for these age group students.Identify skills which can employ large number of youth in low cost manufacturing and services industry.Impart these skills to the age group students.Industrial units set up for these skill related jobs should be given tax exemptions and easy loan facilities.

Standardization of education,one syllabus for whole of india.only one stage language should be difference in syllabus of states.English speaking skills to be given priority for schools.So that we have a ready pool of employable literates in services sector.
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Postby er.amitgoel@gmail.com » Tue Feb 08, 2011 5:39 am

Yes its a Big issue for our country....where more jobs are arising and there is not enough skilled person for the work...

the number of students take admission to the vocational institutions..but when they are passed out...from the institution mostly of then are private one...they are not have enough skill to get job as industry required...

To solve this problem first I think we have to check the system which provide affiliations to such institutions which are not capable of making industry specific skilled persons.which I think runs for the sole aim of making money only...as education is becoming big boom sector in India..

when providing affiliations the persons who involved in the management their educational background and their integrity towards the nation should be checked..

I think this problem are arising because the moral values and dedication toward country is diminishing...

so first we have to raise the moral values...

and its a process in which we all have to participate to make our nation the number one for years to come....
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Postby sume81@gmail.com » Tue Feb 08, 2011 6:37 am

Hi,

Issues will remain until there is a integration of education system and market demand.

Today , employ-ability skill gap is increasing due to lack of market demand awareness. It can be bridged by

1) Improving Education curriculum base and it should be done periodically.

2) Teaching skill should be improved ,it should be validated with good research work.

3) Students should be trained on learning by self thinking, being creative and innovative in learning .Bookish knowledge and repeated exams can be replaced by case study analysis of live industry exposures

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Postby rejith.4ever@gmail.com » Sun Feb 20, 2011 10:33 am

The manufacturing industries have a larger role to play for bridging the gap between vocational education and industry requirement. They should regularly coordinate with these institutes for their requirement and impart training to the students for hands on training.
Industries just cannot expect the institutes to produce readymade workforce for them without supporting and nurturing the students.
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