Maharashtra Plans to Introduce Vocational Courses in High Schools and Junior Colleges

The State Government of Maharashtra has planned to launch new vocational and skill-based courses in high schools and junior colleges. After receiving recognition from the National Skill Qualification Framework [NSQF], these courses will be introduced. For introducing a fresh set of courses, the government has set up a 6-member expert committee. This committee will submit a detailed report on launching the new courses for the high school students i.e., 9th to 11th classes.

Maharashtra Plans to Introduce Vocational Courses in High Schools and Junior Colleges
Maharashtra Plans to Introduce Vocational Courses in High Schools and Junior Colleges

The new plan of Maharashtra government comprises syllabus revision of current vocational courses aligned with the contemporary industry and technological needs. The expert committee renders its advice of transforming the current vocational courses coordinated with NSQF. NSQF is an expertise-based framework that arranges all qualifications as per the knowledge levels, capabilities, and aptitude of the students. All these are the essential elements in every student to acquire a government job.

To acquire a job in any of the government-based sectors, an individual not only needs essential educational qualification but also an NSQF. The Maharashtra Government has planned to introduce vocational education in more than 350 schools in the state several years back i.e., in 2015. Even now, the state government of Maharashtra plans to introduce new vocational courses intending to offer quality education to the students. Stay tuned to this website to get the latest updates regarding various educational news. For more result-related news, just bookmark this website – KVPY.ORG.IN.

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