Aim & Objectives


To contribute significantly (40 per cent) to the overall target of vocational and skilling / up-skilling 400 million people in India by 2022, mainly by fostering private sector initiatives in National Council Of Vocational and Skill training Development Entrepreneurship development programmes and to provide funding.

• General statements concerning the overall goals, ends or intentions of teaching.
• Are the individual stages that learners must achieve on the way in order tm reach these goals
• A particular trade chosen, for acquiring all the skills& techniques for getting particular profession
• To empower youth through income generating skills and entrepreneurship
• promote the youth to and full participation on the basis of equality with youth in economic opportunity and education
• To provide quality training to inculcate self employment among the youth.
• To facilitate the development of skills that increase vocational and training opportunities
• To develop a healthy attitude among students towards work and life.
• To enhance individual employability.
• To prepare students for identified vocations spanning several area of activity.
• To provide opportunities to fulfill the needs of women, rural and tribal students and the deprived sections of society.
• To increase the productive potential of the country.
• To raise the economic standard of people.
• To reduce the level of unemployment by providing self- employment schemes.
• To utilize man-power to fullest extent.
• To make the students skilled technician.
• Providing better vertical and horizontal mobility for students in the system of high school education and their further mobility
• Introducing new education programs
• Securing different sources of financing of the vocational and skill education etc

Giving answer to the rising economy needs for qualifying staff for acquiring new competences (Knowledge, skills and competences)

Providing quality in the high school education and continuous supervision and evaluation of results to students, teachers and schools.

• Providing better vertical and horizontal mobility for students in the system of high school education and their further mobility.
• Giving answer to the rising economy needs for qualifying staff for acquiring new competences ( knowledge, skills and competences).
• Connection of the education to the labor market and creating more flexible relations.
• Further acceptance and innovation of the standards of vocation and education programs.
• Introducing new education programs.
• Balancing between the gymnasium high school and vocational secondary education.
• Providing conditions for acquiring diplomas and certificates for qualifications in accordance to the European standards.
• Development of systems for standard vocation, education standards, and standards for institutions and teachers.
• Realization and accordance of the network of the vocational schools with the economy needs, labor market and policy of employment.

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