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Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS)

Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) provide training to students in technical and vocational areas. They are governed by the Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, Union Government of India. The objective of ITIs is to provide trained and skilled manpower to the industry. Students are trained in basic skills required for jobs such as operator or […]

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Chapter 16: Private School

16.1 Guidelines for Implementation of Vocational Education Under CSSVE 16.1.1 CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) Board is offering 40 Vocational Courses in different sectors at Senior Secondary Level and 4 vocational courses at secondary level; many of these courses are offered in collaboration with the professional organisations to create skilled manpower for the industry, […]

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Chapter 15: Review and Monitoring

15.1 National level (MHRD) The Department of School Education and Literacy, MHRD GOI implementing the programme through various states. The Ministry has been regularly reviewing the progress of the pilot and the learning’s of the pilot is being utilized for the revision of the CSSVE scheme. There is a coordination committee formed under the chairmanship […]

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Chapter 14: Student Placement

14.1 Placement Placement is the success indicator of the project and hence all the efforts should be focused around this. In a classroom typically either students go for higher education or drops out for livelihood options. The school should identify those students who wanted to get into the world of work by individual counseling followed […]

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Chapter 13: Assessment and Certification

13.1 Assessment Guidelines standards. A diversity of assessment methods is required to achieve the multiple purposes and to satisfy the requirements of competency based assessment, in keeping with National Occupational Standards (NOS). Appropriate evidence is to be collected from activities that can be clearly related to the Units of Competency in NOSs. It should cover […]

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Chapter 12: Industry Collaboration

12.1 Introduction leading/major industry players and local industry. They also need to arrange two guest lectures per month per trade, Field visit once 3 months for all trades, on Job Training and training of coaches, Support from Industry for Assessment, Support in Placement and Support in Curriculum revisit. For providing the practical training the state […]

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Chapter 11: Training Delivery (Students)

11.1 Time Table Alignment: The most important component for classroom training is alignment of Time Table. The number of hours for Level 1 & 2 is 200 each and for Level 3 & 4 is 300 each which is very difficult to cover during the allocated periods for optional/elective subjects. Hence 2 periods a day […]

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Chapter 10: Set up Laboratory, Workshop

10.1 Guidelines for lab Setup Under the scheme adequate requirement in terms of tools, equipment and machinery for the development of soft and basic technical skills has been provided to the schools. The list of the tools and equipment has been provided by the Sector Skills Council and the content developer, which has formed the […]

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Chapter 9: Board of Secondary Education

9.1 Alignment of Vocational Courses with Scheme of Studies The Board of School Education has been entrusted with the task of examination and certification, along with Sector Skill Council (SSCs), for skills offered under the Pilot Project. These trades have been categorized as Applied Learning subjects. In class 9th and 10th, these subjects are optional. […]

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Chapter 8: Student Mobilisation

8.Student Mobilisation Mobilization is at the core of whatever we do in Vocational Education & Training. Mobilization activity starts with creating the ground connect, meeting the key stakeholders at district level, village level and panchayat level, analyzing the information collected through surveys, rolling out campaigns through which detailed information about training course & job opportunities […]

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