Status of vocational Education in India :
Indian education system largest in common wealth countries and second largest in the world next to USA.Out of appox.211million children in (6-14 age) group-84.91 %are enrolled in schools. More than 35 million children in (6-14) age group are out of school net primary school enrollment/attendance is only 77% by the year 2016 there will be approx. 500 million people with less than five years of schooling. Another 300 million that will be not have completed high school. Two third of the every year 5.5 million students pass out of class X, of which 3.3million go to Class XI,leaving 2.2 million out of the education stream. Those who drop out after class VIII are approx..20-21million-target group. Available formal training capacity of the country only 2.3million students. This leaves a gap of 18.7 million. The ITI system needs to be revamped to fill up this gap. Compared to many developed countries India is far behind in introducing new and innovative trades in VET to attract young children’s. About 5% to 7% of our population ( 50 to 70 million) every year should be involved in Vocational Programme countries labour force in (20-24 years) age under gone formal vocational training.
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