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v4vhse » Career Corner » Open Stage » Findings of Tenth Pay Revision Comission on VHSE

Findings of Tenth Pay Revision Comission on VHSE

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Kindly read the publication made by Tenth Pay revision commission on the need for merging VHSE and HSE, Now read it........


As part of the National Education Policy of 1986, Pre – Degree course was delinked from colleges and Plus Two course was introduced in High Schools in the State as per Go(MS)No.91/90/G.Edn dated. 23/05/90. The two – year course was named as Higher Secondary (Plus Two Course). Kerala Higher Secondary Education Department was also formed along with this. The main objective of the department is to impart best quality education to the students of the state who complete the SSLC/equivalent level education for being eligible for graduate level courses. Besides imparting timely training to the teachers, the Department provides need based, timely, scientific, effective and sustainable services to the students. Director is the Head of the Department.
i) Commission had discussions with various Organisations and Head of Department. It was noticed that both the Department of Higher Secondary Education and the Department of Vocational Higher Secondary Education are doing the same function. The only difference is that Vocational Higher Secondary Schools are imparting Vocational Training at Higher Secondary level. Total number of Vocational Higher Secondary Schools are only 389 whereas there are 1850 schools under the Department of Higher Secondary Education. Commissions finds that there is duplication of function in these departments and hence is of the view that there is no need to continue these two as separate departments. There is no reason or advantage in keeping these two as separate departments. It only doubles the Governments expenditure and causes lack of co-ordination at the Higher Secondary level. Commission, therefore, recommends integration of the Higher Secondary department and Vocational Higher Secondary department for administrative and academic convenience and control and for improving Higher Secondary Education under one Directorate. To begin with the two can work under one Director and one Directorate and in course of time lower levels can also be integrated.

iv) The seven Regional Offices of Vocational Higher Secondary Department may be continued under the Deputy Directors from the Higher Secondary Departments, who are having charge of two districts each.

v) Existing Assistant Director of Vocational Higher Secondary may be continue under these Deputy Directors as separate stream for Vocational Higher Secondary Education.

vii) The Assistant Directors of Vocational Higher Secondary Education Department may in course of time be allowed a certain ratio for promotion as Deputy Director, so that, they may also grow in line in the integrated department.

x) Special Rules may be formulated to the effect that the above said changes including integration of the two departments viz.the Higher Secondary Education and Vocational Higher Secondary Education is effected without delay.

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