Secondary (9-10) and higher secondary (11-12) education: preparation for the world of work: secondary and higher secondary education in India
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Secondary education is, perhaps, the most important part of an individual’s education as it is during these years that a student decides what she is going to take up for further education and how she is going to earn her daily bread. The present chapter examines the pre-vocational, secondary and higher secondary education system in India and discusses how it prepares the student for the world of work. The chapter focuses on the vocational training that is imparted during the four years of secondary (including pre-vocational education) and higher secondary education. The changing trend of vocational education at the secondary level of Indian education system is described. A description of the current state of vocational education at secondary level, different institutes/government agencies offering vocational courses, curriculum followed by different agencies, teaching methodology used, assessment methodology and certification pattern is provided. In-depth analysis of the problems faced and recommendations for the future are presented.
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Raman, Charanya; Gupta, Vishal (Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, 2015)Secondary education is, perhaps, the most important part of an individual‟s education as it is during these years that a student decides what she is going to take up for further education and how she is going to earn her ...
Vohra, Neharika (2010-09-07)The case describes a school and its functioning. The school chosen has shown consistently good results and is very well-known in Madurai (a town in southern part of India). TVS is an example of a school which thinks from ...
Vohra, Neharika (2010-09-07)