Vocational Training


Vocational Education and Skills Training provides a real time learning experience that helps in making youths employable thereby reducing unemployment. Students who have undergone vocational training can find employment in various sectors  like Hotel Management, IT, Retail, Beauty, Finance, Logistics etc. Every job carries with it an intrinsic aspiration quotient (AQ), which is a function of both its economic and social value. The aspiration quotient that there is a high disconnect between the high demand for skilled workforce and their readiness in the country.
Vocational education getting secondary treatment is one of the biggest problem for imparting skill in people. Youth across the country still prefer traditional education and technical degrees, even if it means they would remain unemployed because of the lack of relevant skills.

Our education system does not produce the carpenters; the masons; the welders; the electricians; the plumbers that are badly needed to meet our daily and urgent needs and have great potential of employability. These are not natural career choices. Even people who engage in such professions want their children to grow up and do something so called “Better” i.e. doctor, engineer or management professionals. These professions are always the much sought after career choices.

The fact is, our society does not appreciate the role of skilled labor. As long as this mentality exists it would not be easy to get moving. In fact, starting early is the best remedy. If right from junior classes at school the emphasis of vocational education and training (VET) is distinctly explained then this mentality can be nipped to a great extent. So it is absolutely important that vocational training is systematically interwoven in the state curriculum at a high school, senior secondary and under graduate levels.


  • Beauty & Wellness
  • Retail
  • Logistics
  • BFSI
  • IT-ITeS
  • Tourism & Hospitality
  • Apparel