Are skills training centres of excellence up to the Job?

ITIs are a major funnel for skill development in the country, with a host of government schemes aligned to them, including the National Apprenticeship Promotion Scheme. They need to, upgraded training infrastructure and equipment, introduce flexible courses with multiple entry/exit points and each ITI should have an Institute Management Committee (IMC) with industry representation as Chair.


We continue from Part I – Are Industrial Training Institutes Up to The Job? where we examined the quality of technical and vocational education (TVET) provided in regular ITIs.  In this article we focus on the second half of the research – Quality of VET in India: The Case of Industrial Training Institutes, conducted by IIM Bangalore and the University of Cologne. Here, we turn our attention to ‘upgraded ITIs’ – namely, the Centres of Excellence…Read more

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