Vocational Survey

Since the aim of HEG Vocational Training is to provide the training for acquiring positive attitudes to work, practical skills, understanding and knowledge relating to occupations in various sectors of economic and social life, linking education and training with the economic life of the society is a necessity and this link should from the basis for appropriate course design. The course and duration should depend upon the depth of knowledge, the level of skills and competencies needed for wage employment and self-employment. To identify vocational needs of a district or state and to prepare a plan for education and training in vocations relevant to the needs, Socioeconomic and occupational survey should be carried out. The survey should include information about the following among others:-

  1. Employment openings in existing and also developing occupations and the sorts and levels of aptitudes required in them.
  2. Manpower prerequisites for different occupations.
  3. Out turn of competitors at the Matriculation arrange.
  4. Infrastructural offices accessible in the current establishments, for presenting Vocational Courses.
  5. Identification of planning foundations.

As happen elsewhere in the Country, particularly Girls, provincial populace, SC, ST, Minority and Disabled, Tribal taught and un instructed have additionally actualized Vocational Training Scheme without directing word related reviews and began courses on subjective contemplations.

On the premise of the region professional overviews it might be important to survey the current courses. The determination of Institutions and courses to be offered in future ought to be made entirely on the premise of that professional review. Issues on Vocational Training.

  1. Employ capacity and Demand and Supply coordinating
  2. Informal Sector's necessity
  3. Multiple abilities
  4. Flexibility of Course design, modularity
  5. Out of School Children
  6. Use of Technology
  7. Linkage to nearby request
  8. Career direction
  9. Emerging Sectors
  10. Involvement of Industry and Civil Society
  11. Equity (Girls, country populace, SC, ST, Minority and Disabled, and Tribal)