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v4vhse » Career Corner » Open Stage » Strength, Weakness, Opportunity, Threat (SWOT) Analysis for merging/ Revamping VHSE with HSE

Strength, Weakness, Opportunity, Threat (SWOT) Analysis for merging/ Revamping VHSE with HSE

Do you think Top level executive lobbying is going on against merging of VHSE dept with HSE dept ?

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VHSE Terminator


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Strength, Weakness, Opportunity, Threat (SWOT) Analysis for merging/ Revamping VHSE with HSE

Strengths

Centrally sponsored scheme by which Central Government can control the department in an indirect way
Right for education act which says No student with in a group (Plus two is a group) must be denied with education or skills
Group fighting staff - Group wise dissatisfaction among the staff over certain issues like principal post
Low staff strength enables easy merging
Higher than average employees turn over in the state in VHSE department
Public grudge and complaints over the lazy non performing teaching staff
Outdated courses or low profile job oriented courses
Public awareness on the low profile of VHSE courses
Job oriented courses conducted by ITI, ITC and to a greater extend by various Polytechnics
Absence of KPSC approval for most of the courses
Failure of VHSE objective – Inability of student to handle a skill independently
Enthusiasm of Department of HSE over the merging issue
Lack of effective inter personal relationship between HS & HSE and VHSE Staff
Most backward infrastructure compared to Higher Secondary Schools
Absence of effective supervision and co-ordination of VHSS
Inferiority complex of VHSE staff over HSE staff

Weaknesses

Top level executive lobbying against merging
Political support to resist change
Lobbying by aided management school staff against merging
PSC approval for few courses and wide publicity to these courses
Media support against merging
Wide publicity on inefficient but conducting On the Job training
insufficient staff strength in directorate and regional offices
Appointment of new staff in VHSE department


Opportunities

Ultimatum given by the Central Government to introduce the rules of RTE act
State Government support to merging/ Revamping
Absence of unaided schools conducting the course
Irresponsible VHSE department – No follow up on the future of VHSE pass outs
Unavailability of minimum number of students for conducting the course
Lack of a permanent and efficient director to head the department
Supportive Non Vocational teaching and some ministerial staff of the department
Inequality shown by the Government among the VHSE and HSE students
Chances for discontinuation of central assistance
obsolete courses due to technological advancement
Non recognition of VHS courses by certain universities outside Kerala
Fight for power among the different section of staff with in the Department
Chances of closing down due to uneconomic secondary division in schools
Diminishing inflow due to introduction of new schools in the locality
Staff of VHSE department looking for better prospects in other departments

Threats

Low work load enjoyed by the staff of VHSE department
Over control from management schools
Less responsibility with minimum or nil financial commitment of VHSE staff
Flexible working time



Last edited by VHSE Terminator on Thu May 02, 2013 10:36 pm; edited 2 times in total (Reason for editing : Poor Visibility)

2default Is merging now in agenda? on Fri May 03, 2013 5:30 pm

Mahadev


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Sir,

I find no reason to disagree with you. Is Merging now in agenda of authorities? It was strongly discussed in the starting of previous year, but lost towards the last part. Have the authorities decided to keep this system intact? Please reply

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