Preparation to start pre-vocational education in one thousand government schools of class VI to VIII

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Employment News-Preparations are on to start pre-vocational education in one thousand government schools of Himachal Pradesh from class VI to VIII. In the virtual meeting of the Supplementary Project Approval Board (PAB) of the Stars project, the State Education Department has asked for a budget of Rs 40 crore by telling this proposal to the Central Government. There is also a preparation to provide special practice work books to the students of classes I to V. Education Secretary Rajiv Sharma from the state and State Project Director of Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan Virendra Sharma participated in the PAB meeting chaired by Vipin Kumar, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Education.

Officials said that there is a continuous inclination among the students for vocational education. Students will be prepared from class VI onwards for the vocational subjects taught from class IX to XII. The Education Department has also prepared a proposal to provide digital learning materials and digital devices to the differently-abled category students in Pangi of district Chamba. Budget has been demanded from the central government for these works as well.

Readiness program will start
Readiness program will be started in all schools to bring the pre-primary children closer to the school, teachers and classmates. Due to the Corona crisis, children have been away from schools for almost two years. Due to this the habit of studying in classes, socializing with new classmates and getting used to the environment outside the home has been given up. In such a situation, school readiness program will be started for the children. Under this, children from class one to three will be given a home-like environment in the school. Emphasis will be given on mental and emotional development of children from classes I to VIII.

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