Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia felicitates Class 12 govt school vocational studies toppers, gives this message

Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia felicitates Class 12 govt school vocational studies toppers, gives this message

NEW DELHI: Delhi Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister Manish Sisodia felicitated college students from authorities colleges who excelled at school 12 boards with vocational topics, scoring 90 p.c and above. 

He stated, “It is necessary to change the attitude of society towards vocational courses. These courses provide excellent employment and business opportunities yet they are looked down upon. You should be proud of your achievements.”

The Delhi Deputy Chief Minister introduced that these programs might be linked with levels in Delhi Skills and Entrepreneurship University. “Once vocational subjects in schools open the way to university degrees, the importance of these subjects will increase significantly. This change in the perception will greatly benefit the students,” he stated. 

The felicitation befell at Delhi Secretariat whereby Kalkaji MLA Atishi, Skills and Entrepreneurship University Vice-Chancellor Professor Neharika Vohra and Dr Pramod Katiyar, Deputy Director (Vocational) had been additionally current.

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At the assembly, the scholars, dad and mom, and academics additionally shared their views, and shared their suggestions on vocational research; its future when it comes to employability, ability growth, and the best way ahead. 

“In the coming years, with the Skills and Entrepreneurship University, we hope to create an environment in Delhi where vocational courses and studies are not considered as secondary areas of study,” the Deputy CM stated. 

He added that the target of the college is to make vocational programs sensible, respectable and employment-oriented. “The suggestions of all the students, teachers and parents will be very useful in helping us design the courses we can offer at the university.”

SKV pupil, Ekta Sharma, who scored 97 per cent in her class 12 boards studied magnificence and wellness, and textile design, stated, “When I took the vocational subjects, everyone used to make fun of me. Now these same people are congratulating me on my grades and receiving an invitation from the Deputy Chief Minister.”

Tushti Arora, pupil of governemnt Girls Senior Secondary School (Ashok Nagar) had Typography and Computer Applications, and Office procedures as her vocational topics. She stated, “I took up office management because I want to become an entrepreneur, and understand how to run an office. I want to support my father who runs his handicrafts business, and take it to the next level.” 

She hopes the stigma that comes connected with pursuing vocational topics, and stream fades away with time.

Student Kawaljeet Kaur, a go out from SKV Janakpuri who scored a 93.2 per cent in her class 12 board exams studied Web Applications, and Shorthand. She desires to pursue banking, and finance. Her father is a driver who’s the only earner of the household, and her mom is a homemaker. She stated, “Post my graduation, I want to pursue a diploma in banking as it’s my dream to work in a bank.”

Professor Vohra stated that in international locations like Germany, and Finland, vocational topics are given significance as a result of vocational expertise are considered in a positive mild. She stated, “We hope with the Skills and Entrepreneurship University, we are able to offer the students a holistic space to develop their skills, get degrees and not just make them job-ready but also help them develop an entrepreneurial mindset. The nation’s skill development is on the students to take it further.”

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