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Major concerns over the draft VHSE Suggestions submitted by SCERT

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Major concerns over the draft VHSE Suggestions submitted by SCERT

You may be aware that a draft proposal for Major Suggestions/ Recommendations on VHSE curriculum revision has been submitted, with lot of doubts for common people as follows

1.    Matters relating to Non Vocational Subjects like physics, Chemistry, Biology, English and like is not made clear – Shows these subjects may be delinked from this system

2.    Practical hours included in Entrepreneurship Development (Former GFC) course and proposal to increase the hours for this subject, which strengthens the above view

3.    The statement “ The VHSE department should take initiative to position VHSE as a premium course and not as a substitute for Higher Secondary Course”, which shows that this is no more equal to Higher Secondary, again strengthening the above fact

4.    Repeated statement of our Hon. Chief Minister that no further financial burden will be there though more Higher secondary batches will be allowed, once again giving doubts and concerns over the first point

5.    The only relief comes from the statement that OJT should be conducted be conducted for one month preferably during the summer vacation, at the end of the second year as it would not affect non vocational subject. Just here only Non vocational subject is mentioned. But this is doubtful

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