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Education in india

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  • 1. A PERSPECTIVEONEDUCATION IN INDIA Shyamanta Baruah|shyamantab@gmail.com
  • 2. Only 5% of the Indian labor force in the age group of20-24 years has obtained vocational skills throughformal meansSome Statistics
  • 3. The percentage in industrialized countries variesbetween 60% and 96%Some Statistics
  • 4. About 63% of the school students drop out atdifferent stages before reaching Class XSome Statistics
  • 5. Only about 2.5 million vocational training seats areavailable in the country whereas about 12.8 millionpersons enter the labour market every yearSome Statistics
  • 6. The Story So Far…
  • 7. • Modular Employable Skills (MES) under Skills Development Initiative Scheme (SDIS) • Vocational Education Trainings (VETs) • Industrial Training Institutions (ITIs) • Polytechnic Colleges • 1500 ITIs and 5000 Skill development Centers in PPP mode • Other Skill Development Initiatives (SDIs) • National Counsel for Vocational Training (NCVT)Steps Taken Towards Skill Development
  • 8. So, doesit mean hisfuture is secure?
  • 9. Well, you decide…
  • 10. 43,000 students selected by VTPsReality in Maharashtra
  • 11. 33,000 students assessed by CIIReality in Maharashtra
  • 12. Only 343 got jobsReality in Maharashtra
  • 13. 31, 657 unemployed
  • 14. So, what is thelesson…
  • 15. Meeting changing industry demands Shortage of qualified teachers Alarming faculty to student ratio Credibility of assessment and quality Poor emphasis on tools Demographical disadvantagesChallenges
  • 16. New paradigm toovercome thesechallenges
  • 17. Quality Efficient and Scalable Enhances Reliable Employability ReplicableSome Characteristics of the Eco System
  • 18. Assessment Employability Technology Training CertificationThe Eco System In a Nutshell
  • 19. SKILL ASSESSMENT TRAINING A scientific assessment system that helps A practical curriculum developed in students to be aware of their strengths consultation with industry , content and weaknesses. developed and delivered by experts. CERTIFICATION EMPLOYMENT Every training program tied up with a Exclusive employment opportunities for reputed body for certification. students. TECHNOLOGY Leverage technology to deliver training to a large number without sacrificing quality.The Eco System In a Nutshell (Contd.)
  • 20. Champion Subject Matter Experts Instructional Designers Visual Designers Social Media Expert Technology ExpertsThe Dream Team (to build this system)
  • 21. THANK YOUWWW.SHYAMANTAB.COM

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