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v4vhse » General Discussion » News'n Views » Central Government Gazette on NSQF notification

Central Government Gazette on NSQF notification

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VHSE Terminator


NEWBIES
NEWBIES
Dear friends, I wish to quote a part of the Central Government Gazette dealing with  implementation schedule for National Skill Qualification Framework
 
(Published on December 27, 2013)
 
Implementation Schedule
In order to ensure a smooth transition, the implementation timetable for rolling out the NSQF would be as under:
(i) Immediately upon the Notification of the NSQF,
a. All other frameworks, including the NVEQF (National Vocational Educational Qualification Framework) released by the Ministry of HRD, would cease to exist, and would be superceded by the NSQF.
b. NSQF compliant training/ educational programmes/courses would be entitled to receive government funding on a preferential basis.
 
(ii) After the third anniversary date of the notification of the NSQF,
a. Government funding would not be available for any training/ educational programme/ course which is not NSQF-compliant.
b. All government-funded training and educational institutions shall define eligibility criteria for admission to various courses in terms of NSQF levels.
c. The recruitment rules of the Government of India and the public sector enterprises of the central government shall be amended to define eligibility criteria for all positions in terms of NSQF levels.
d. State Governments shall be encouraged to amend their recruitment rules as well as those of their public sector enterprises to define eligibility criteria for all positions in terms of NSQF levels.
 
(iii) After the fifth anniversary date of the notification of the NSQF,
a. It shall be mandatory for all training/educational programmes/courses to be NSQF-compliant.
b. All training and educational institutions shall define eligibility criteria for admission to various courses in terms of NSQF levels.
 
DISCUSSION
So according to the above schedule,
Since immediately upon notification, National Vocational Education Qualification framework (NVEQF) ceased to exist and superseded by NSQF, we can say with confidence that it was a super blunder to revise curriculum of VHSE during 2015. The revised curriculum was not NSQF compliant and so the fate of 2 batches of students who are studying at present may be Ram Ram and Govinda.
Dear friends who care about students no? We have to care about our Indian rupee only. Isn’t it? We are so much selfish and our selfishness is at the peak of Himalayas
One More thing, after the third anniversary day of notification of NSQF( After December 27, 2016), Central Government funding would not be available for any training/ educational programme/ course which is not NSQF-compliant. So from new year onwards we are running on debt. 100% sure, either it is time to shift to NSQF or pull down the shutters of VHSE with thunder bolt.
 
Think wise and decide on what is to be done. Still many of my dear Vocational Teacher and Vocational Instructor friends are in fool’s paradise stating education is state subject etc etc, which is totally foolish as far as central funding is concerned
 
My dear Vocational Teachers and Vocational Instructor friends don’t live in fools paradise. Come out from that and think wise



Last edited by VHSE Terminator on Tue Mar 28, 2017 8:11 am; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : Grammer mistake)

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