February 02, 2021

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 GSQAC School Accreditation Antargat School nu List Mokli Aapva babat GCERT no Letter

In education should be organized as per the requirements of different vocational fields Vocational education should be considered equivalent to literature and science education and their quality should be a three year course for vocational education in junior school after standard 8.  Senior school should have two years of vocational education after standard 11. 

 Junior business oriented and no business oriented field should be given less importance.  Should be increased.  Vocational education should be considered as a complement to other types of education.  Skilled workers working in small businesses should also be given proper vocational training.  There should be two types of schools for vocational education;  0 The first is a junior vocational school and the second is a senior vocational school. 

The school should be considered as equivalent to a secondary school and the senior vocational school should be considered as equivalent to an intermediate college. The certificate should be given after passing the vocational course, during which the quality of work done by the candidate during vocational training should be clearly mentioned. 

Vocational schools should be established close to vocational centers Part-time classes should be opened for persons engaged in various occupations, workers should be trained in vocational schools / 2.5 days per week and they should be paid full pay for these 2.5 days,, Provision for training during part-time school  Should.  

Mahatma Gandhi (1937) emphasized the placement of manual and productive labor in examinations.  In 1938, the Central Advisory Board of Education, Wardha Educational Scheme, set up a committee called Mahatma Gandhi's New Training under the chairmanship of Shri BG Kher. The Committee recommended the implementation of the new training to all the provincial governments.  

Zakir Hussain Committee to Mahatma Gandhi's Educational Thoughts.  Was given a practical shape by and "Basic Education" basic education was adopted as a national pattern of education at an early stage in 1938, after India's independence in 1947, the type of education system was discussed that the country should adopt cultural and religious systems  Science and technology should also be developed for national development

 The Government of India appointed a commission to suggest educational reforms.  The Secondary Education Commission (1952-1953) focused mainly on secondary education and Q education and recommended diversification of courses at the secondary level.  



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