New Delhi: Delhi Government (Aam Aadmi Party) has prepared a special plan for vocational training. According to the new plan, the state government is going to focus on quality education. Various professional courses and training will introduce to the new curriculum. Deputy CM and Education Minister ‘Manish Sisodia’ told that various vocational colleges would start soon with public-private partnership. The government will give affiliation to such colleges. He also said that government had taken various steps to provide better technical education.
Delhi government to start vocational courses in various ITIs to provide technical education
Recently, an ITI has begun in Pusa with the collaboration of Maruti Company. Similarly, various ITI’s are underway in partnerships with different companies, and vocation training will start soon in these ITI’s. Candidates can pursue courses from these institutions along with the training in the companies, and afterward Delhi Government will issue a certificate. These institutes will offer various courses like Hotel Management, Tourism, Hospitality, Bakery, etc.
Delhi government has conducted a study regarding evening shift in different colleges which are under Delhi Government, affiliated to Delhi University. According to the study, there are 12 colleges which are entirely granted by Delhi Government. All these colleges have submitted their reports to government and some universities have agreed to the government proposal, and other colleges have raised some questions about the evening shifts.
The Deputy CM said, second shift will start in those colleges which are ready for night shifts and along with this government is planning for other vocational colleges. These colleges can begin with the collaboration of private companies or government can start these colleges on his own.
Manish Sisodia also said that government is trying to increase courses options for the students of Delhi. On the one hand, the government is seeking to find the new ways to increase seats in government colleges affiliated to Delhi University and on other hand preparation for vocation courses are at its peak.
He told that for the students who were not able to score high marks in class 12th, doesn’t mean that there is no possibility. For such students, vocational courses will introduce which will help then in shaping their future. Delhi government is trying to provide the admission to every student who has passed class 12th as per their choices. Many students want to pursue technical education; vocational courses will be beneficial for such students.