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v4vhse » General Discussion » News'n Views » Vocational Higher Secondary Education on the path of change, says Abdu Rabb

Vocational Higher Secondary Education on the path of change, says Abdu Rabb

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NEWBIES
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Minister of Education P.K. Abdu Rabb has said that the Vocational Higher Secondary Education is on the path of change in the State.
Besides revising the curriculum of Vocational Higher Secondary Education, the State is seriously thinking about restricting working days in the institutes to five, the Minister said, inaugurating a State Convention of Vocational Higher Secondary Teachers Association (VTA) in Kozhikode on Tuesday.
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State president of the association R.S. Jayalekha presided over the meeting.
Director of Vocational Higher Secondary Education C.K. Mohanan delivered the key note address.
Inaugurating the seminar on Vocational Higher Secondary Education and new generation courses in the sector as part of the convention, Minister for Social Justice and Panchayats M.K. Muneer said that strengthening the Vocational Higher Secondary schools with new and timely courses was the best way to tackle unemployment that was prevalent among the educated masses in the State.

GOD Only knows what next (I think now our main agenda is to restrict the working days to 4 or 3 because there will be no loss to students or state even if VHSE will not function)

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