VHSE - KERALA AT A GLANCE
 

DEPARTMENT OF VOCATIONAL HIGHER SECONDARY EDUCATION

 

                The goal of Vocational Education is to fulfill the manpower requirement for national development and for social security for the citizen through employment. Only vocationally competent man power can increase productivity in all sectors of economy, create wealth, ensure socio economic stability and bring prosperity to nation. Realization of this basic need calls for appropriate educational input in man power development.

 

VISION

 

                To make available skilled, trained and competent work force in middle level blue collar job which will stimulate the economy and lead to increased productivity and faster development.”

MISSION

                To fulfill the man power requirement for national development and for social security for the citizen through employment”

 

OBJECTIVES

v  To introduce attractive courses and schools relevant to the present scenario

v  To modify curriculum to cope up with the changing trends

v  To convert schools into production / service cum  training centers

v  To create avenues for OJT for confidence building of students

v  To initiate action for the modification of recruitment rules of other departments so as    

       to incorporate VHS qualifications.

v  To explore the possibility of apprenticeship training to all the pass outs

v  To make available the expertise of the specialized teachers and students for the benefit

       of  the local community.

v  To conduct awareness campaign for VHS scheme in the feeding schools

v  To conduct seminars by incorporating PTA and students about recent technological

       advancements

 

With these objectives, as per the recommendation of Central Advisory Board of Education, Government of Kerala had introduced Vocational Education in 19 Government High Schools including Technical High Schools in 1983.

 

                The courses are designed as Vocationally oriented with ample opportunities for self as well as wage employment. Initially it was introduced as a terminal course and later on Non Vocational subjects such as Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology, History, Economics, Geography, Business Studies, Accountancy & Management were included in the Curriculum so as to explore the possibilities for Higher Education to the pass outs of Vocational Higher Secondary Education.

 

From 1983 till 1988, Government of Kerala could not achieve Central Assistance for running the VHSE courses. State of Kerala had only 73 schools in Kerala upto 1988. Central sponsorship was launched in Kerala in the year 1988-89 with substantial financial support and as a result we could accelerate our growth in this direction for starting schools in aided sector also. The scheme was effectively implemented in private sector also during 1991-92. At present we have 247 schools in the Government sector and 128 schools in the Aided Sector, (total 375 schools) with 1000 batches having an intake of 25,000 students.

 

INSTITUTIONS AND COURSES

 

                In Kerala, Vocational courses at plus two level are offered in High Schools which are upgraded to the plus two level. Presently there are 375 such schools in Kerala.

 

                Each Vocational Higher Secondary School offers at least 2 Vocational courses with 27 students each. The Department of Vocational Higher Secondary Education conducts 42 courses which cover a wide range of disciplines viz., Engineering Technology, Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, Fisheries, Paramedical, Physical Education, Home science &  Business and Commerce.

 

 

 

 

 


 

VOCATIONAL HIGHER SECONDARY EDUCATION

LIST OF COURSES OFFERED 2006-2007

 

GROUP – I

                                                                 1. Engineering Technology

1.                    Civil Construction and Maintenance.

2.                    Maintenance and Repairs of Two Wheelers and Three Wheelers

3.                    Maintenance and Repairs of Automobiles

4.                    Maintenance and Repairs of Radio and Television

5.                    Maintenance and Repairs of Domestic Appliances

6.                    Mechanical Servicing (Agro-machinery)

7.                    Refrigeration and Air-conditioning.

8.                    Printing Technology

9.                    Rubber Technology

10.                 Textile Dyeing and Printing

11.                 Textile Weaving

12.                 Computer Application

13.                 Computer Science.              

                                                               

                                                          GROUP – II

                             2. Agriculture

14.                 Agriculture (Plant Protection)

15.                 Agriculture (Fruits and Vegetables)

16.                 Agriculture (Nursery Management and Ornamental Gardening)

17.                 Agriculture (Sericulture)

       II. Animal Husbandry

18.                 Livestock Management (Dairy Husbandry)

19.                 Livestock Management (Poultry Husbandry)

20.                 Dairying (Milk Products)

III .Fisheries

21.                 Fisheries (Aquaculture)

22.                 Fisheries (Fishing Craft and Gear Technology)

23.                 Fisheries (Maintenance and Operation of Marine Engines)

24.                 Fisheries (Fish Processing Technology )

       IV. Paramedical

25.                 Medical laboratory Technician

26.                 Maintenance and Operation of Bio Medical Equipments

27.                 ECG and Audiometric Technician

28.                 Domestic Nursing

29.                 Dental Technology

30.                 Physiotherapy

                                          V. Physical  Education

31.                 Physical Education

 

      VI. Home Science

32.                 Clothing and Embroidery

33.                 Cosmetology and Beauty Parlor Management

34.                 Creche and Pre-School Management.

 

 

       GROUP – III

                  VII. Business and Commerce

35.                 Travel and Tourism

      GROUP – IV

36.                 Office Secretary ship

37.                 Accountancy and Auditing

38.                 General Insurance

39.                 Marketing and Salesmanship

41.                 Reception, Book – Keeping and Communication

40.                 Catering and Restaurant Management

42.                 Banking Assistance

 

 

 


 

VHSE AT A GLANCE


 

DISTRICT - WISE DETAILS OF VOCATIONAL HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND COURSES DURING 2005-06.

Sl. No.

District

        No. of Schools

      No. of Courses

Government

Aided

Total

Government

Aided

Total

1

Thiruvananthapuram

30

11

41

74

36

110

2

Kollam

20

32

52

51

109

160

3

Alappuzha

14

7

21

35

21

56

4

Pathanamthitta

10

17

27

26

51

77

5

Kottayam

21

10

31

49

26

75

6

Ernakulam

22

12

34

54

39

93

7

Iddukki

11

5

16

31

15

46

8

Thrissur

26

10

36

64

32

96

9

Palakkad

17

7

24

37

20

57

10

Malappuram

23

3

26

53

7

60

11

Kozhikode

20

8

28

51

23

74

12

Wayanad

5

2

7

13

5

18

13

Kannur

15

1

16

38

2

40

14

Kasaragod

13

3

16

30

8

38

 

TOTAL

247

128

375

606

394

1000

 

 

 

 

ENROLEMENT OF STUDENTS IN VOCATIONAL HIGHER SECONDARY EDUCATION IN KERALA                                                                                           (1997-98 TO 2005-06)

Year

First Year

Boys

Girls

Total

1997-1998

7737

9376

17113

1998-1999

7697

9689

17386

1999-2000

9451

10874

20325

2000-2001

11508

13499

25007

2001-2002

12760

14105

26865

2002-2003

13700

14810

28510

2003-2004

14145

15620

29765

2004-2005

14002

15062

29064

2005-2006

9803

11082

20885


ENROLEMENT OF SC/ST STUDENTS IN VOCATIONAL HIGHER SECONDARY EDUCATION IN KERALA (2000-01 TO 2005-06)

Year

SC

ST

2000-2001

2645

94

2001-2002

2821

169

2002-2003

3078

174

2003-2004

2746

198

2004-2005

2085

143

2005-2006

1824

86

 

RESULT STATISTICS FROM 1994 TO 2006 (NEW, REVISED & REVISED NEW SCHEME)

Year

Appeared

Passed

EHS

Distinction

First class

Second class

Percentage

1994

9221

5146

4134

151

1511

2691

55.81

1995

11798

5238

3441

132

2237

2521

44.4

1996

10255

4931

2894

155

2145

2097

48.08

1997

14754

7483

4575

392

3731

2987

50.72

1998

14359

8504

5516

423

3973

3607

59.22

1999

15754

10514

7222

732

4866

4026

66.74

2000

16835

11491

8619

598

5357

4814

68.26

2001

17857

12243

8758

1383

6609

3889

68.56

2002

23251

17729

12813

1415

8812

6458

76.25

2003

25543

18723

15432

2123

10987

5089

73.3

2004

27002

19400

13294

1742

10903

6269

71.85

2005

27020

21859

15761

2478

12448

6313

80.9

2006

26739

21029

14642

2770

11829

5794

78.65


SlNo

Name of Corporation

No. of Schools

1

Thiruvananthapuram

11

2

Kollam

5

3

Cochin

6

4

Thrissur

5

5

Kozhikode

8

 

  Govt

247

 Aided

128

  Total

375

 

District

G

A

Thiruvananthapuram

30

11

Kollam

20

32

Pathanamthitta

10

17

Alappuzha

14

 7

Ernakulam

22

12

Kottayam

21

10

Idukki

11

 5

Thrissur

26

10

Palakkad

17

 7

Malappuram

23

 3

Kozhikode

20

 8

Wayanad

 5

 2

Kannur

15

 1

Kasargod

13

 3

 

District

No

Adoor

47

Alappuzha

10

Chirayinkeezhu

21

Ernakulam

15

Idukki

24

Kannur

9

Kasargod

21

Kollam

18

Kottayam

24

Kozhikode

18

 

District

No

Manjeri

21

Mavelikkara

17

Mukundapuram

15

Muvattupuzha

23

Ottapalam

16

Palakkad

16

Ponnani

11

Thiruvananthapuram

20

Thrissur

16

Vadakara

13

 

 

About 70% of Vocational Higher Secondary schools are in Plane Area. 19% of schools are in Coastal Area. 11% of the schools are in HighRange area.

 

No

Name

1

Irikkur

2

Koothuparamba

3

Nadapuram

4

Ponnani

5

Alathur

6

Vadakkekara

7

Kazhakoottam

 

 

About 73% of Vocational Higher Secondary schools are in rural Area. 16% of schools are in Urban Area. 11% of the schools are in Semi Urban area.

 

25 schools have All the sections LP,UP,HS,HSS&VHS and 109 schools have HSS & VHSS (23%)

 

About 85% of Govt Vocational Higher Secondary schools have work shed and 12 % of schools do not have work shed and 3 % of schools have work shed under construction..

 

 

About 84% of Govt Vocational Higher Secondary schools do not have sufficient number of class rooms and 81 % of schools do not have rooms for setting up of separate laboratories.

             Scarcity of Water                               Source of Drinking Water

            Auditorium                           Open/ Closed

 

1

Eco Club

105

2

Health Club

178

3

Forestry Club

99

4

Tourism Club

173

5

Old Students Association

75

 

 

LIST OF PANCHAYATHS WITHOUT VHS SCHOOLS

Thiruvananthapuram


1.        Karode

  1. Chengal
  1. Vellarada
  1. Kunnathukal
  1. Kollayil
  1. Perumkadavila
  1. Aryankode
  1. Ottasekharamangalam
  1. Kallikkad
  1. Amboori
  1. Athiyannur
  1. Kanjiramkulam
  1. Karumkulam
  1. Vizhinjam
  1. Venganoor
  1. Maranalloor
  1. Balaramapuram
  1. Vilappil
  1. Vilavoorkal
  1. Kalliyur
  1. Vattiyoorkavu
  1. Kudappanakunnu
  1. Sreekaryam
  1. Pothancod
  1. Mangalapuram
  1. Andur konam
  1. Kadinamkulam
  1. Kazhakoottam
  1. Kattakada
  1. Uzhamalakkal
  1. Tholikode
  1. Aruvikkara
  1. Vambayam
  1. Anad
  1. Nellanad
  1. Pullampara
  1. Nandiyod
  1. Peringammala
  1. Pangode
  1. pulimath
  1. Nagaroor
  1. Pazhayakunnumal
  1. Navayikulam
  1. Madavoor
  1. Azhoor
  1. Chirayinkeezh
  1. Kadakkavoor
  1. Anjuthengu
  1. Kizhuvilam
  1. Muthakkal
  1. Vettoor
  1. Cherunniyoor
  1. Edava
  1. Elakamon
  1. Chemmaruthy
  1. Manampoor

               

Kollam

 


  1. Kulasekarapuram
  2. Klappana
  3. Mynakappally
  4. Thodiyur
  5. Sasthamcotta
  6. West Kallada
  7. Suranad South
  8. Kunnathur
  9. Suranad North
  10. Vettikkavala
  11. Melila
  12. Kalluvathukkal
  13. Adichanellur
  14. Nedumpana
  15. Chithara
  16. Velinellur
  17. Nilamel

 

 

 

Pathanamthitta

 


  1. Anikkad
  2. Kaviyoor
  3. Kallumpara
  4. Kottangal
  5. Kunnamthanam
  6. Kadapra
  7. Kuttur
  8. Niranam
  9. Nedumpram
  10. Peringara
  11. Eraviperoor
  12. Koipram
  13. Thottapuzhassery
  14. Ezhamattoor
  15. Omallur
  16. Chenneerkkara
  17. Cherukol
  18. Kozhenchery
  19. Naranganam
  20. Ranni –Pazhavangadi
  21. Ranni
  22. Ranni Angadi
  23. Ranni-Perunad
  24. Seethathod
  25. Naranamuzhi
  26. Aruvakulam
  27. Paramadam
  28. Mylapra
  29. Vallikode
  30. Thannithod
  31. Malayalapuzha
  32. Panthalam Thekkekara
  33. Panthalam
  34. Thumbamon
  35. Kulanada
  36. Mezhuveli

               

Alappuzha

 


  1. Arukutty
  2. Chennampallipuram
  3. Thykkattussery
  4. Aroor
  5. Ezhupunna
  6. Kadakkarapally
  7. Kuthiyathod
  8. Kodamthuruth
  9. Thuravoor
  10. Vayalar
  11. Kanjikuzhy
  12. Thannermukkam
  13. Muhamma
  14. Aryad
  15. Mannanchery
  16. Mararikulam South
  17. Ambalpuzha North
  18. Punnapra South
  19. Punnapra North
  20. Purakkad
  21. Edthwa
  22. Kainakari
  23. Champakulam
  24. Thakazhi
  25. Nedumudi
  26. Kavalam
  27. Neelamperoor
  28. Muttar
  29. Ramankai
  30. Veliyanad
  31. Ala
  32. Cheriyanad
  33. Pandanad
  34. Puliyoor
  35. Budanoor
  36. Mannar
  37. Venmani
  38. Karthikapally
  39. Karuvatta
  40. Kumarapuram
  41. Chingoli
  42. Cheruthana
  43. Thrikkunnapuzha
  44. Veeyapuram
  45. Haripad
  46. Cheenithala-
  47. Thriperunthura
  48. Chettikulangara
  49. Mavelikkara Thekkekara
  50. Nooranad
  51. Palamel
  52. Arattupuzha
  53. Kandallur
  54. Krishnapuram
  55. Cheppad
  56. Devikulangara
  57. Pathiyoor

 

Kottayam

 


  1. Thalayayam
  2. Maravanthuruthu
  3. TV Puram
  4. Vechoor
  5. Udayanpuram
  6. Kallara
  7. Njeezhur
  8. Velloor
  9. Imanam
  10. Athirampuzha
  11. Kidangoor
  12. Kuruvilangad
  13. Uzhavoor
  14. Ramapuram
  15. Baranganam
  16. Karoor
  17. Kozhuvanal
  18. Kadanad
  19. Meenachil
  20. Melukavu
  21. Munnilavu
  22. Poonjar
  23. Erattupetta
  24. Poonjar Thekkekara
  25. Talappalam
  26. Theekoyi
  27. Thalanad
  28. Akalakunnam
  29. Elikulam
  30. Pallikkathod
  31. Meenadam
  32. ayarkunnam
  33. Panachikad
  34. Thiruvarp
  35. Vijayapuram
  36. Mannarkad
  37. Karukachal
  38. Kurichi
  39. Madappally
  40. Payippad
  41. Thrikkodithanam
  42. Vazhapally
  43. Kangazha
  44. Nedumkunnam
  45. Vellavoor
  46. Vazhoor
  47. Erumeli
  48. Kuttikkal
  49. Manimala
  50. Parathod

 

 

Idukki

 


  1. Konnathadi
  2. Bisonvali
  3. Vellathooval
  4. Marayur
  5. Kanthallur
  6. Vattavada
  7. Santhanpara
  8. Chinnakanal
  9. Mankulam
  10. Pampattupara
  11. Karunapuram
  12. Rajakkad
  13. Udumbanchola
  14. Kodikulam
  15. Alakode
  16. Karimannoor
  17. Kudayathur
  18. Vathikudu
  19. Kamakshi
  20. Mariyapuram
  21. Kattapana
  22. Upputhura
  23. Vandanmed
  24. Kanchiyar
  25. Erttayar
  26. Ayyapankovil
  27. Chakkupallam
  28. Kumaramangalam
  29. Muttam
  30. Edavetti
  31. Karinkunnam
  32. Manakkad
  33. Purappuzha
  34. Peruvanthanam
  35. Kokkayar
  36. Peerumed
  37. Elappara
  38. Vandiperiyar

 

Ernakulam

 


  1. Kottuvally
  2. Ezhikkara
  3. Vadakkekara
  4. Chittatukara
  5. Karumalur
  6. Varappuzha
  7. Alangad
  8. Eloor
  9. Kadungallur
  10. Mukkannur
  11. Thuravoor
  12. Manjappra
  13. Karukutty
  14. Ayyampuzha
  15. Sreemoolanagaram
  16. Kanjoor
  17. Kalady
  18. Malayattur neeleswaram
  19. Mudakkuzha
  20. Vengoor
  21. Rayamangalam
  22. Okkal
  23. Koovapady
  24. Kizhakkambalam
  25. Choornikkara
  26. Keezhmad
  27. Cheranellur
  28. Thrikkakara
  29. Mulavukad
  30. Nayarambalam
  31. Edavanakkad
  32. Elamkunnapuzha
  33. Pallipuram
  34. Kuzhuppilliy
  35. Chellanam
  36. Kumbalangi
  37. Mulanthuruthy
  38. Edakkattuvayal
  39. Thiruvaniyur
  40. Mazhuvannur
  41. Aikkaranad
  42. Kunnathur nad
  43. Nellikuzhi
  44. Pindimana
  45. Kottapadi
  46. Varapetty
  47. Keerampara
  48. Pothanikkad
  49. Koottampuzha
  50. Elanji
  51. Piravam
  52. Koothattukulam
  53. Palakkuzha
  54. Pampakuda
  55. Ramamangalam
  56. Puthenvelikkara
  57. Chengamanad
  58. Nedumpassery
  59. Parakkadavu
  60. Kunnukkara
  61. Aveli
  62. Arakkuzha
  63. Payippra
  64. Kallurkad
  65. Ayavana
  66. Manjallur

 

Thrissur

 


  1. Pookode
  2. Punnayurkulam
  3. Thaikkad
  4. Vadakkekad
  5. Choondal
  6. Chowannur
  7. Kandanasesery
  8. Porkulam
  9. Erumapetty
  10. Kadangode
  11. Mullurkkara
  12. Thekkumkara
  13. Varavoor
  14. Veloor
  15. Chelakkara
  16. Vallatholnagar
  17. Kondazhi
  18. Panjal
  19. Payayannur
  20. Kolazhi
  21. Madakkathara
  22. Nadathara
  23. Pananchery
  24. Adat
  25. Arimbur
  26. Avanoor
  27. Kaiparambu
  28. Mulamkunnathukavu
  29. Tholoor
  30. Elavally
  31. Mullassery
  32. Venkidangu
  33. Engandiyur
  34. Nattika
  35. Anthikkad
  36. Thannyam
  37. Chazhoor
  38. Manalur
  39. Avinissery
  40. Paralam
  41. Vallachira
  42. Algappa Nagar
  43. Kodakara
  44. Mattathur
  45. Nenmanikkara
  46. Thrikkur
  47. Varandarappilly
  48. Muriyad
  49. Poruthissery
  50. Padiyur
  51. Poomangalam
  52. Vellangallur
  53. Edathuruthy
  54. Kaipamangalam
  55. Mathilakam
  56. Edavilangu
  57. Eriyad
  58. Methala
  59. Annamanada
  60. Kuzhoor
  61. Mala
  62. Poyya
  63. Kadukutty
  64. Kodassery
  65. Koratty
  66. Meloor
  67. Pariyaram
  68. Athirappilly

 

                                                                                       Palakkad                                                                                      


  1. Anakkara
  2. Chalissery
  3. Kappur
  4. Nagalassery
  5. Thirumuttakode
  6. Thrithala
  7. Kulukkallur
  8. Muthuthala
  9. Nellaya
  10. Ongallur
  11. Pattambi
  12. Paruthur
  13. Thiruvekapura
  14. Vallapuzha
  15. Vilayur
  16. Ambalapara
  17. Ananganadi
  18. Chalavara
  19. Lakkidi peroor
  20. Kadampazhipuram
  21. Karimpuzha
  22. Pookottukavu
  23. Sreekrishnapuram
  24. Thrikkaderi
  25. Vellinezhi
  26. Karimpa
  27. Kottopadam
  28. Kumaramputhur
  29. Kanjirapuzha
  30. Mannarkkad
  31. Thachanttukara
  32. Thachanpara
  33. Sholayur
  34. Keralassery
  35. Kongad
  36. Mankara
  37. Mundur
  38. Parali
  39. Irayari
  40. Kottayi
  41. Kuthanur
  42. Kuzhalmandam
  43. Peringottukurissi
  44. Thenkurissi
  45. Kannadi
  46. Kozhinjapara
  47. Pattanchery
  48. Perumatti
  49. Kollenkode
  50. Koduvayur
  51. Muthalamada
  52. Vadavannur
  53. Ayiloor
  54. Melarkode
  55. Nelliyampathy
  56. Elavanchery
  57. Pallassana
  58. Alathur
  59. Erumayur
  60. Kavassery
  61. Kizhakkanchery
  62. Puthukode
  63. Tharoor
  64. Vandazhi
  65. Vadakkenchery
  66. Kannampura
  67. Akathethara
  68. Puthu Pariyaram
  69. Elappully
  70. Polpully
  71. Peruvemb

 

Malappuram

 


  1. Amarambalam
  2. Chaliyar
  3. Chunkathara
  4. Karulayi
  5. Muthedam
  6. Vazhikadavu
  7. Kalikavu
  8. Pothugal
  9. Chokkad
  10. Chelembra
  11. Cherukavu
  12. Pallikkal
  13. Vazhayur
  14. Vazhakkad
  15. Pulikkal
  16. Nediyiruppu
  17. Karuvarakund
  18. Pandikkad
  19. Poroor
  20. Thrikkalangod
  21. Thiruvali
  22. Thuvvuur
  23. Urngattiri
  24. Kavanoor
  25. Pulpatta
  26. Arikode
  27. kuzhimanna
  28. Kottakkal
  29. Anakkayam
  30. Aliparamb
  31. Edapatta
  32. Elamkulam
  33. Melattur
  34. Keezhattur
  35. Thazhekode
  36. Vettathur
  37. Kuruva
  38. Pulamanthol
  39. Moorkkanad
  40. Koottilangadi
  41. Kuzhakkattiri
  42. Kodoor
  43. Angadipuram
  44. Athavanad
  45. Edayur
  46. Irimpiliyam
  47. Marakkara
  48. Kuttipuram
  49. Valanchery
  50. AR Nagar
  51. Edarikkod
  52. Othukungal
  53. Parappur
  54. Thennala
  55. Kannamangalam
  56. Thiroorangadi
  57. Parappanangadi
  58. Vallikunnu
  59. Munniyoor
  60. Nannampra
  61. Peruvallur
  62. Cheriyamundam
  63. Ozhoor
  64. Thanalur
  65. Ponmundam
  66. Niramaruthur
  67. Purathur
  68. Thriprangode
  69. Thirunavaya
  70. Mangalam
  71. Vattamkulam
  72. Edappal
  73. Alangode
  74. Maranchery
  75. Nannamukku
  76. Perumpadappu
  77. Veliyankode

 

               

Kozhikode

 


  1. Azhiyur
  2. Cherode
  3. Chekkiyad
  4. Edachery
  5. Puramery
  6. Thoonery
  7. Valayam
  8. Vanimel
  9. Kunnumal
  10. Nadapuram
  11. Kayakodi
  12. Kavilumpara
  13. Kuttiyadi
  14. Maruthomkara
  15. Velam
  16. Naripatta
  17. Ayanchery
  18. Maniyur
  19. Thiruvallur
  20. Thurayur
  21. Keezhariyur
  22. Payyoli
  23. Cheruvannur
  24. Nochad
  25. Changaroth
  26. Kayanna
  27. Perampra
  28. Chakkittapara
  29. Naduvannur
  30. Ulliyeri
  31. kottur
  32. Unnikulam
  33. Panangad
  34. Kurachundu
  35. Chemanchery
  36. Arikkulam
  37. Mudadi
  38. Cherangattukavu
  39. Kakkodi
  40. Chelannur
  41. Kakkoor
  42. Nanmanda
  43. Narikuni
  44. Elathoor
  45. Thalakulathur
  46. Thiruvampady
  47. Kudaranji
  48. Kizhakothu
  49. Madavoor
  50. Koduvally
  51. Puthupady
  52. Omassery
  53. Kodiyathur
  54. Kuruvattur
  55. Mavoor
  56. Karassery
  57. Kunnamangalam
  58. Kodenchery
  59. Peruvayal
  60. Perumanna
  61. Kadalundy
  62. Ramanattukara
  63. Olavanna

               

Wayanad

 


  1. Vellamunda
  2. Thirunelli
  3. Thodarnad
  4. Edavaka
  5. Thavinjal
  6. Panamaram
  7. Meenangadi
  8. Nenmeni
  9. Poothadi
  10. Noolpuzha
  11. Mullankolli
  12. Kottathara
  13. Vengapally
  14. Vythiri
  15. Puzhuthana
  16. Thariyod
  17. Padinjarathara
  18. Meppadi
  19. Kanniyampatta
  20. Muppainad

 

Kannur


  1. Cheruthazham
  2. Ezhom
  3. Kunjimangalam
  4. Mattul
  5. Ramanthali
  6. Kadannappalli Panakkuzha
  7. Kankol Alapadamba
  8. Karivallur Peralam
  9. Erumamkuttur
  10. Peringom Vayakkara
  11. Cherupuzha
  12. Pattuvam
  13. Cherukunnu
  14. Pappinnissery
  15. Chengalayi
  16. Narath
  17. Cheppara padavu
  18. Naduvil
  19. Udayagiri
  20. Alakode
  21. Irikkur
  22. Eruvassi
  23. Malapattom
  24. Payyavur
  25. Kolachery
  26. Kuttiyattur
  27. Mayyil
  28. Sreekandapuram
  29. Padiyur Kalyad
  30. Ulikkal
  31. Chirakkal
  32. Pallikunnu
  33. Puzhathi
  34. Valapattanam
  35. Ancharakandi
  36. Elayavur
  37. Kadampur
  38. muzhappilangad
  39. Chelora
  40. Chempilodu
  41. Munderi
  42. Peralassery
  43. Darmadam
  44. Eranjoli
  45. Kottayam
  46. Pinarayi
  47. Chokli
  48. Kariyad
  49. Peringalam
  50. New Mahi
  51. Mokeri
  52. Panniannur
  53. Panoor
  54. Chittariparamba
  55. Kunnothuparamba
  56. Mangattidam
  57. Pattyam
  58. Vengad
  59. Aralam
  60. Ayyankunnu
  61. Thillankeri
  62. Koodali
  63. Payam
  64. Kizhoor Chavassery
  65. Kanichar
  66. Kelakam
  67. Kottiyur
  68. Muzhakunnu
  69. Kolayad
  70. Maloor
  71. Peravoor

 

 

Kasaragod

 


  1. Beloor
  2. Kumpadeje
  3. Mankalpadi
  4. Vorkadi
  5. Pothige
  6. Minja
  7. Pivalige
  8. Enmakaje
  9. Bethiyadukka
  10. Kuttikol
  11. Delampadi
  12. Chengala
  13. Chemmanad
  14. Bedadukka
  15. Mador
  16. Mogral Puthur
  17. Uduma
  18. Balal
  19. Kallar
  20. Kodombellur
  21. Madikkai
  22. Pallikkara
  23. Panathady
  24. Pullur Periya
  25. East Ellery
  26. West ellery
  27. Kinanoor

      Karinthalam

  1. Valiyaparamba

 

 

 

                The concept of integrating work with education is deep rooted in Indian Philosophy. Vocationalisation of education is one of the thrust areas in education sector. According to various policy documents, it is recommended to be the universal components of school education. As per the National Policy on education, vocational education was introduced as a distinct stream at +2 level. The Government of India have introduced 150 vocational courses in about 6000 schools practically in all States and Union Territories (except Rajasthan and Nagaland). During 11th Five year Plan there are recommendations from different bodies that vocational courses should be introduced right after class VIII in view of the fact that about 50% students leave schools at this stage and only 10% are going for higher education after class X.

 

                In the Kerala scenario, an important aspect in the State progress has been made in the education sector. It s attainment in the field of literacy is an envy for other States. At the same time, Kerala faces a severe unemployment problem with practically one in every five persons being unemployed. About 80% of job seekers in Employment Exchanges are without any professional skills. Job seekers with Xth standard and above constitute about 75% of total job seekers with Employment Exchanges. They do not have marketable professional skills. It is seen that majority of the students get educated up to MSc / PhD level and a percentage of those pass outs take up job suited for SSLC level due to acute job shortage.

 

                In the present setup, it will be difficult for the Government to provide job for all the manpower (educated / non educated) . The youth can depend only on self employment / other Private jobs. For this skill development is of utmost importance. The employer sector demand for blue collar middle level work force with exposure to latest technology and skill. Under the present conditions the pass outs of Vocational Higher Secondary Education are showing poor skill development. This is mainly because of the curriculum and syllabus followed under the present setup. As vertical mobility is also aimed by the students they have to study Non Vocational subjects also. The result is that they are heavy loaded with the Non Vocational subjects in addition to the Vocational part. Hence they cannot utilize time for the vocational skill development and practical exposure. In other States of the country, curriculum of vocational education includes the vocational course, English, General Foundation Course, and one related Non Vocational subject only. This provides maximum time utilization for vocational skill development.

 

                In the Consultative meeting organized by PSSCIVE at Coimbatore to discuss the role of vocational education in the 11th Five year Plan, it was understood that  vocational education is given topmost priority and a sizeable amount of funds has been set apart for vocational education. It is expected that a good portion of this will be given for vocational education in Kerala.  During 2005-06 Rs. 14.25 crores was allotted to Kerala for starting 100 new schools with two courses each and 200 courses in already existing schools. But this amount could not be utilized and new schools not started yet.

 

                It is seen that the States of TamilNadu, Andrapradesh and Karnataka have more than 1500 schools for vocational education. Andrapradesh has already introduced vocational courses in large number of Junior Colleges. In addition to +2 vocational courses the State has also introduce short duration courses of three months, six months and one year. Similarly the State of Maharashtra is in the process of introducing vocational course of one year duration at 8th standard level. It is also noted that as a part of popularizing vocational education the Government of TamilNadu reserves 10% seats for vocational pass outs for admission to Engineering and BSc Agriculture.

 

                In Kerala almost 718 Panchayaths do not have a single vocational school. There are assembly constituency and parliament constituency without vocational schools. As a part of developing vocational education, the Department of VHSE can be renamed as Department of Vocational Education and Training and several schemes/programmes with Central assistance can be implemented like Draftsmen Training Scheme, Apprenticeship Training Scheme, Women Training, Schemes for Persons with disabilities etc. Providing employable skills to rural youth is an important requirement to enhance their income generating capacity and overall productivity in rural areas. In addition vocational courses at certificate /diploma, advanced diploma, associated degree level required if large number of urban and rural youth are to be diverted towards vocational stream. This is particularly because one of the factors adversely affecting vocational education programme is the terminal nature of the course. Reservation can be given for vocational pass outs while admission to the concerned vocational degree/diploma courses. Empowerment of girls, SC/ST, minority community and other disadvantaged groups by providing vocational education and training is essential to enhance their income generating capacity.

 

                If favorable action is not taken for utilization of funds provided by Government of India for starting new schools, Central Assistance during 11th Five year Plan may not be received. The new courses may be started with modification in the curriculum by including vocational subjects, English, General Foundation course and one related Non Vocational subjects (Biology for II group, Mathematics for I group and Accountancy for Commerce group). In the existing schools also this pattern may be followed and the excess teachers may be deployed among the new schools. There will be no burden in developing the curriculum and instructional materials as it will be assisted by the Research and Development Wing of the Pandit Sundarlal Sarma Central Institute of Vocational Education, Bhopal.

 

                The products produced and the services offered by the Production cum Training Centres in the vocational schools are cheap and of good quality and forms a part of serving the society. 

 

Some of the products and services offered by the Production cum Training Centres of VHS schools are given below.

 

Products

  • Electronic chokes and other electronic devices
  • Agriculture products like pickle , jam. Jelly, sauce, squash, cutlet, ready to serve etc.
  • Fish products like dried and salted fish, marinades, fish wafers, canned fish
  • Fish nets
  • Nursery plants, cut flower and foliage, bouquets
  • Note books, file board, diary, calendar
  • Rubber bands, tyres, footwear, balloon, glouse
  • Vermicompost, coirpith compost
  • Mushroom and spawn
  • Azolla
  • Biofertilizers like trichoderma
  • Silk cocoons
  • Milk products like curd, cream, butter, ghee, cheese, paneer, ice cream, milk power, peda, gulab jam, burfy, rossagolla, chocolates

Services

Ø       Two wheeler and three wheeler repairs

Ø       Repair of agro machinery

Ø       Repair of domestic appliances

Ø       Repair of electronic equipments

Ø       Computer services like DTP, Software Development, Networking, Word Processing,            Hardware maintenance, Internet etc.

Ø       Plant protection

Ø       Crop farming

Ø       Nursery management

Ø       Seed production

Ø       Landscaping

Ø       Garden maintenance

Ø       Various medical laboratory tests

Ø       Repair of Bio medical equipments

Ø       Physiotherapy

Ø       Beauty Parlor services like Bridal makeup, hair dressing, mehandi art, aroma therapy

Ø       Embroidery and stitching

Ø       Baby sitting

Ø       Travel agency

Ø       Computerized accounting

Ø       Secretarial assistance

Ø       Catering agency

Ø       Insurance agency

Ø       Marketing

Ø       Front office management

 

                The VHS passouts of Fisheries branch are qualified for getting employment as assistants in the Mathsya Bhavans which are proposed to be introduced in all Panchayaths. The implementation of Kudumbasree Project calls for technical skill in processing industry, packing, sales etc. This opens bright avenues for the VHS passouts of various courses in the changing Kerala scenario.

 

 

 

EMPLOYMENT POTENTIAL OF COURSES

Employment Potential of existing courses

 (Survey by KITCO)

 

SL.No.

Course

Employment potential

1

Civil Construction and Maintenance

4.65

2

Maintenance and Repairs of Two Wheelers and Three Wheelers

0

3

Maintenance and Repairs of Automobiles

1.66

4

Maintenance and Repairs of Radio and Television

1.99

5

Maintenance and Repairs of Domestic Appliances

2.99

6

Mechanical Servicing (Agro-machinery)

3.32

7

Refrigeration and Air-conditioning.

3.65

8

Printing Technology

2.33

9

Rubber Technology

0.66

10

Textile Dyeing and Printing

0.66

11

Textile Weaving

0

12

Computer Science

1.99

13

Computer Application

1.00

14

Plant Protection

2.66

15

Fruits and Vegetables

1.99

16

Nursery Management and Ornamental Gardening

3.32

17

Sericulture

2.33

18

Livestock Management (Dairy Husbandry)

4.32

19

Livestock Management (Poultry Husbandry)

1.00

20

Dairying (Milk Products)

0.33

21

Aquaculture

1.99

22

Fishing Craft and Gear Technology

1.66

23

Maintenance and Operation of Marine Engines

0.66

24

Fish Processing Technology

4.65

25

Medical Laboratory Technician

10.96

26

Maintenance and Operation of Bio Medical Equipments

1.99

27

ECG and Audiometric Technician

2.33

28

Domestic Nursing

2.33

29

Dental Technology

1.66

30

Physiotherapy

0.00

31

Physical Education

1.99

32

Clothing and Embroidery

1.66

33

Cosmetology and Beauty Parlour Management

4.32

34

Crèche and Pre-School Management

1.00

35

Travel and Tourism

1.00

36

Office Secretaryship

5.32

37

Accountancy and Auditing

7.97

38

General Insurance

1.99

39

Marketing and Salesmanship

3.32

40

Reception, Book-Keeping and Communication

0.00

41

Catering and Restaurant Management

1.99

42

Banking Assistance

0.33

 

 

                

                The above table shows that some of the courses are obsolete with zero employment potential. This shows the importance of restructuring the existing courses and introduction of novel courses with high employment potential. Under the present situation of Kerala, there are several vocational courses with high demand in various parts of the State. Some of the courses with high demand are given below.

 

COURSES IDENTIFIED FOR INTRODUCTION IN VHS SCHOOLS

             I.      AGRICULTURE RELATED COURSES

1.      Agri Economics and farm Management

2.      Plantation Crops and Management

3.      Poultry Farming

4.      Forestry

5.      Horticulture

6.      Agro- based Industries

7.      Rural Construction Technology and Soil Conservation

8.      Organic farming and Agri Chemicals

9.      Floriculture and Medicinal Plants

10. Food Processing Technology

11. Coffee Blending

12. Tea Blending

13. Spices Processing

14. Coir Technology

15. Medicinal Plant Cultivation & Processing

16. Environmental Science

17. Tissue Culture

          II.      TECHNOLOGY /PRODUCTION – ORIENTED COURSES

18. Leather Goods Production

19. Maintenance and Servicing of Textile Machinery

20. Foundry Technology

21. Knitting and Weaving Technology

22. Electrical Wiring/Motor Rewinding

23. Computer Servicing

24. Horology

25. Computer and Mobile Based Land Survey

26. Textile Designing

27. Audio-Visual Technician

28. Machinist

29. Fire and Safety Control

30. Hygiene and Waste Control

31. Water Conservation

32. Maintenance and Operation of Hygiene Equipment

33. Electronic media Support

34. Fashion Designing

35. IT – Hardware System Management

36. Networking System Technician

37. Electronic Computer & Electronic gadgets maintenance

38. Energy Conservation and preservation

39. Food Safety

40. Auto Electrician

41. Repair  of Electronic Equipments (Xerox machine, Fax machine)

42. Diesel and Compression Mechanic

43. Marine Radio Engineering

44. Animation

45. Bio-Medical Equipment Repairs

46. Chemical Plant Operation

47. Laboratory Assistant (Chemical Plant)

48. Mechanic (Chemical Plant)

49. Mechanic cum Operator – Electronic Communication System

50. Pattern Maker

51. Sheet Metal Worker

52. Turner

53. Welder (Gas & Electric)

54. Wireman

55. Forging & Heat Treatment Technician

56. Foundry technician

57. Tool and Die Maker (Dies & Moulds)

58. Tool and Die maker (Press Tools, Jigs and Fixtures)

59. Industrial Painting

60. Plumber

61. Upholster

62. Litho-Offset Printer

63. Plate Maker-cum-Impositer

64. Shoe/Vanity Bag Making

65. Pottery

66. Metal Carving

67. Steward

68. Gemology

69. Jewellery Designing

70. Gerentology

71. Photo Type Setter and Desk Top Publishing Operator

       III.      COMMERCE AND BUSINESS RELATED COURSES

72.     Library and Information Science

73.     Accountancy and Costing

74.     Accountancy and Taxation

75.     Store/Stock Keeping

76.     Book Keeping

77.     E-Business

78.     Hospitality and Tourism

79.     Office Maintenance

80.     Retail sales management

81.     Advertising

82.     Stenography

83.     Co-operative Assistant

84.     Banking Assistance

85.     Events/Exhibition-Management

86.     Enterprise Management

87.     Tourism-Guide and Assistance

88.     Video Editing & Photography

        IV.      PARAMEDICAL COURSES

87. Physiotherapy Assistant

88. Medical Assistant-Sports

89. Panchkarma-Ayurveda

90. Dental Assistant

91. Nursing Assistant

92. X-ray Technician

93. Ultra Sound Technician

94. Ayurveda Plant Assistant

95. Ayurveda Drug Manufacturing

96. Hospital Theater Attender

97. Hospital Records Manager


 

           V.      HOME SCIENCE COURSES

98. Food Preservation

99. Child Wefare and Nutrition

100. Interior Decoration

101. Baking and Confectionary

102. Yoga and Stress Management

103. Fashion Designing

 


 

PROBLEMS & ISSUES OF VHSE IN KERALA

 

1.      Lack of permanent teachers in Government VHS school

2.      Lack of separate campus, building and lab facility in VHS school

3.      Non recognition of VHS courses by various Universities of the country

4.      Non approval of VHS courses by Public Service Commission for application to various posts in Government Departments

5.      Lack of industrial linkage of school

6.      Lack of financing schemes for self employment ventures by banks and other financial institutions

7.      Outdated courses

8.      Poor lab and library facilities

9.      Improper curriculum with less exposure to practical skill development and industrial training resulting in poor quality passouts.

10.  Scattered existence of VHS school in various parts of the state with imbalanced allocation in Panchayaths and Legislative Constituencies.

11.  Existing courses introduced without proper vocational survey to assess the needs of the society.

12.  Non terminal nature of the existing vocational courses with Non Vocational subjects in the curriculum leading to poor practical skill development

 

 


RECOMMENDATIONS

 

Recommendations of Planning Board

 

  1. Renovation of the Vocational Education Programme with the Financial Assistance from Government of India
  2. Courses to be re structured / dropped in VHSS based on Market demand
  3. Introduce courses based on demand in schools .
  4. Obsolete courses should be identified and dropped in a phased manner by the end of the 10th plan.
  5. Generate resources for the schools without depending entirely on external funding

 

Recommendations of KITCO

  1. Introduce higher education facility in related subjects awarding degree/diploma
  2. Introduction of semester system for effective training
  3. Replace conventional English by technical and communicative English
  4. Qualified teachers especially from the industrial sector have to be added to the technical staff (permanent/contract basis).
  5. Job linked Production Centres for better effective teaching
  6. Introduce interactive sessions with experts for knowledge enrichment in school
  7. Reservation of seats for degree/diploma level for students from related disciplines.
  8. Award of ‘certificate of trade’ (certificate of skill in particular trade) instead of ‘VHSE pass’.
  9. Create and develop an advisory body represented by industrialists, academician, consultants, and professionals to increase the quality, status and renaissance of Vocational Higher Secondary Education.
  10. Introduce Vision Mission Programme to discontinue the conventional courses in a phased manner giving importance to job related courses.
  11. Restructure the courses with emphasis on job linked curriculum and by directing inherent personality traits and job knowledge.
  12. Restructure the syllabus giving stress on practical training and provide opportunity for practical training.

General Recommendations

  1. Introduce job oriented vocational courses with terminal nature (curriculum including vocational subjects, English, General Foundation Course and one related Non Vocational course) utilizing the Central assistance.
  2. Introduction of short term non formal vocational courses.
  3. Industrial linkage with VHS schools.
  4. Independent curriculum based on the needs of the industry in school.
  5. Adoption of schools by industries.
  6. Subject updating of teachers.
  7. Interactive teaching through EDUSAT. Classes may be arranged including subject experts from the industrial sector.
  8. Separate campus, buildings, Principal and staff for VHSE.
  9. Introduction of terminal courses
  10. Conversion of existing vocational courses in the terminal courses in stages
  11. Modify curriculum with the vocational course, English, General Foundation Course and one related Non Vocational subject.
  12. Redeployment of existing Non Vocational teachers to the schools with new courses for teaching the related non vocational subjects there by avoiding financial burden for posting new non vocational teachers.
  13. Introduction of unaided vocational schools
  14. Chapter 3 of KER to be followed in VHSE aided schools until special rules for aided schools are formulated

 

                                              ABSTRACT

                In Kerala, the blind rush towards higher studies had led to enhanced unemployment. But the industries demand for blue collar middle level work force with exposure to latest technology and skill development. At present there are only 375 VHS schools with 25,000 seats for 1000 sections under 42 vocational courses. It can be seen that in Kerala, from 2790 high schools the number of  passouts falling in the group of the category including C+, C and D+ grades comes to 1,85,184. This category of students can very well opt vocational courses instead of selecting higher studies which adds on unemployment. But to cater the needs of the above group of students, the available number of seats in VHSE is only 25000. It is also noted that the number and distribution of vocational schools are very limited to meet the demands of feeder schools.

 

                Considering the expansion of service sector in the emerging global market and the anticipated changes in the coming years, there should be a policy option for larger number of highly diversified technical and vocational courses. No longer is the choice limited to conventional jobs and careers. So new courses have to be identified with a broader perspective inorder to meet the requirements of the age.

 

                The Government of India gives top most priority to vocational education in the 11th Five Year Plan and a sizeable amount of funds will be diverted to Kerala. Though during 2005-06 Rs. 14.25 crores was released to Kerala for starting new schools and course this could not be utilized yet. This may lead to a situation in which the state cannot give importance to vocational educational as visualized by Government of India.

 

                Though several problems and issues still exists as hindrance for development of Vocational Education in Kerala, these could be solved to a greater extent during this year itself. The Government schools will have a permanent staff structure by the end of this academic year through PSC. All the vocational courses will be recognized for higher education in any part of the country by Association of Indian Universities very soon. Steps have also been taken for the approval of all the vocational courses by Public Service Commission for appointment in various Government Departments. For better linkage with industries and employment sectors, 30% representations of employers were already given in the curriculum committee of VHSE. Action already initiated for restructuring the curriculum according to the needs of employer sector. With these, there will be a renovation in the field of Vocational Education by next academic year and hence the situation for introduction of new courses and schools will be more congenial during the next academic year.

               

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EXISTING NORMS FOR STARTING NEW SCHOOLS AND COURSES

(G.O.(MS) 53/91/GEd. Dated 30.3.91)

 

1. Courses

                    The courses are to be sanctioned in each school with an intake of 25 students in each course. The courses will be decided considering the optimum educational needs of the locality, backwardness of area, facilities for practical training, job opportunity for the locality etc.

2. Applications

                        The Director, VHSE will publish a notification to invite the application for VHSE courses in the private/public sector. The notification is to be published in the Gazette and may issue a press release inviting application. The application to be submitted by the applicant to the Director, VHSE within 15 days from the date of publication. 

3. Site area

                        Minimum area required for a VHSE school is 1.2. hector.

4. Type of building

                    Permanent or semi permanent building comparable to those for high school    prescribed in KER.

5. Class room accommodation

                        Class room accommodation to be provided with two rooms 12 x 6 x 3.7 meters and two class room 6 x 6x 3.7 meters.

6. Laboratories

                        Lab rooms for Physics, Chemistry and Biology should have a size of 6 x 6 x 3.7  meters. Room for vocational lab of 12 x 6 x 3.7. meter is also to be provided.

7. Furniture

                All the furniture required for the class rooms, labs, library and office are to be provided.

                       

 

 


APPICATION FOR PERMISSION TO STATRT A VOCATIONAL HIHER SECONDARY SCHOOL/ADDITIONAL COURSES

 

1.      Name and address of applicant                                             :

2.      Name of management              /owner                                    :

3.      Management (whether Government /

                individual/corporate)                                                               :

4.      Position fo the school                                                             :

5.      Period of existence of HS section                          :

6.      Name of legislative constituency                          :

                Village                                                                                        :

                Panchayat                                                                 :

                Talluk                                                                                         :

                Educational District                                                 :

                Revenue District                                                                      :              

7.      Whether to run a Government/Aided   /

        Un Aided recognized school                                 :

8.      Groups proposed to be opened (Specify

        subjects in the order of preference)                      :

9.      Name of proposed school                                      :

10.  Name of the school proposed

        for starting VHSE                                                     :

11.  Whether school will be opened to all

        classes of the community                                       :

12.  Nature and tenure of property by the owner       :

13.  Extent of site available                                                            :

14.  Accessibility of the site(rail, road etc)                  :

15.  Whether MOU registered or not with

        declaration of legal hierarchy                                 :

16.  Details of guarantees the applicant can give

        office ability to conduct the school from

        a financial point of view

        Regarding site                                                                          :

        Regarding landed property                                    :

        Regarding nature of accommodation                    :

        Regarding ready money                                                          :

        Regarding other guarantees                                   :

        Regarding bank guarantee                                     :

        Regarding  financial guarantee                                              :

        Regarding ability to furnish cash                          :

        Security condition regarding appointment

        of staff                                                                                       :

        Regarding admission of pupils                                              :

       

 

 

       

        Regarding details of site (same as

         prescribed  for high school)                                  :

        Buildings                                                                   :               Existing                  Proposed                                                                                                                                                      to be constructed

        Permanent                                                                 :

        Temporary                                                                 :

        Accommodation (with type design)                     :

17.  Area for class rooms (to accommodate

        minimum of 50 students in one batch & 25

    students in two batches)                                                        :

    Furniture                                                                                    :

    Whether library/reading rooms are

    available or not                                                                         :

    Library books in the library                                    :

    Laboratories (type design of the buildings)        :

    Waiting shed for girls                                                             :

    Tiffin shed                                                                 :

    Latrines and urinals for boys and girls                 :

    Power supply facility                                                               :

    Supply of drinking water                                        :

    Play ground                                                                              :

    Drainage facility                                                                       : 

18.  Distance to places like Burial /Cremation

    ground and liquor shop                                                          :

19.  Details of near by higher institution

    for learning/training9Government/Aided)           :

20.  Name of VHS school and courses in the

    locality with period of starting of

    VHS course                                                                               :                              

21.  Whether Higher Secondary courses (10+2)        :

    are functioning in the school

22.  Staff Room facilities available or not                    :

23.  Details of near by industrial firms/Govt.

    agencies having employment/training facility:

24.  Academic performance of school                          :

25.  Distance of near by High school/                         :

    Higher Secondary school/Voc. Higher

    Secondary school

26.  Whether the applicant / any member in the

    educational agency has been convicted of

    an offence involving moral turpitude by

    a court of law                                                                            :

27.  Whether the manager is prepared to agree

    to the conditions imposed by the                         :

    Government from time to time with regard to     

    appointment of teachers, admission of pupils,

    collection of fees                                                      :

28.  Details of application fee remitted

   by the applicant                                                                        :

                                                     Amount                    :

                                                              Chalan No                        :

                                                      Date of remittance  :

                                                      Name of treasury    :

  

 

 

                                                              DECLARATION

                                         I solemnly declare that the facts stated above are correct to the best of my knowledge.

 

 

 

Station :                                                                               SIGNATURE OF APPLICANT

Date     :

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Annexure - 2

PROFORMA FOR VERIFICATION OF SCHOOLS

1.      Name of school proposed for                                    :

        starting VHSE course 

2.      Revenue District and Region                                     :

3.      Whether this school will be opened for

        all classes of community                                                             :

4.      Extent of site available (1.2 hectors required)          :

5.      Whether an additional area of 50 cents                    :

        available if applied for Agriculture Course

6.      Accessibility of site                                                     :

7.      Nature and tenure of property by the owner           :

8.      Type of building                                                                          :

        (permanent/semi permanent)

9.      Class room for accommodation (for a batch

        of 50 students two class rooms with                        :

        12 x 6 x 3.7 meter and two class rooms

        of 6 x 6 x 3.7 meter)

10.  Laboratories(lab rooms for Physics,

        Chemistry and Biology will be provided                  :

        with a size of 6 x 6 x 3.7 meter)   

11.  Vocational lab (size of 12 x 6 x 3.7 meters)                :

12.  Furniture(all furniture required  for class                 :

        rooms, labs, library and office are to be

        provided)      

13.  Is there any VHS school functioning within           :

        a radius of 6 KM if so the name of the

        school and courses functioning

14.  Is there the following facility available

                Waiting shed for girls                                                         :

                Tiffin shed                                                                             :

                Latrines and urinals for boys and girls             :

                Power supply facility                                                           :

                Supply of drinking water                                    :

                Play ground                         

15.  Distance to places of Burial/Cremation

        ground and liquor shop                                                              :                              

16.  Whether the applicant / any member in the             :

        educational agency has been convicted of

        an offence involving moral turpitude by a

        court of law:

17.  Whether recommended or not                                   :

 

Place:

Date :                                                                                                                      Signature and Designation of                                                                                                                                  the Verification Authority