Haryana Govt. has taken the
initiative to impart skill based training programs in all Govt. high schools.
These skill trainings will be given to the classes IX and X, where number of
students are more than 80. This will benefit students to apply for apprenticeship
and to start their own venture, said Haryana Education Minister Ram Bilas
Sharma. He also said that training programs were being imparted under the
central govt. scheme for vocationalisation of secondary and higher secondary
education and, Haryana has to play a lead role by effective implementation.
The skill trainings will
impart from the academic session 2017-18. At first stage, all district level
schooling officers and authorities have to identify schools and submit the
proposal on prescribed formats latest by January 3, 2017.
Updates given by Education
Minister Ram Bilas Sharma:
1. Students of Govt. Senior
Secondary and higher secondary Schools would be a part of the skill training
programs. Training will be imparted to the classes with more than 80 students.
2. After training, students
would be able to apply for apprenticeship. Based on the skills they can also
get jobs or they would be able to start their own venture.
3. Students have the
opportunity to get trained on multiple skills. Skills like music, apparel,
security, telecom, logistics, life science and health care would be imparted to
students in schools.
Govt. has additionally
started a Multi-skill development center at Udyog Vihar. Organizations in IT
and ITSE segment will train the disabled people. After successful completion of
their training, they will be hired by companies.
Under CSR initiatives, the
administration has also outlined an IT lab through Haryana State Electronics
Development Corporation Limited (Hartron).