01-15-2015, 04:46 PM
State education ministers and senior care technical education approved under the credit for the skills system and the new guidelines based on the choice of credit issued by the University Grants Commission recently.
A presentation to this effect was also made reforms in Teaching and legislation recently passed the National Council of teacher education to improve the quality of B. Ed. Courses. All States welcomed the initiative.
The conference which Union HRD Minister chaired Smriti Irani was unanimous in the view that the adoption of the system is one of the best ways to bring about changes to meet student needs and aspirations labor.
It was considered that the framework credit for skills assenyalaríem regarding skills and vocational training in higher education dominant, an initiative that will help change the mind set on being a training option below.
Ministers and officials present also felt that the introduction of the credit system based on choice would open up opportunities for students following courses of their choice to enhance their employability and skills.
Irani accepted the suggestion of Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra ministers to set up a joint working group composed of nominated by the central government and state to resolve the fundamental issues in the implementation of the system.
He also agreed to launch a cell trasgressió the University Grants Commission of the challenges emanating from its implementation.