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Private Sector in Vocational Education

Indian Journal of Industrial Relations

Volume 49 Issue 3

Published: 2014
Author(s) Name: Neeti Sharma | Author(s) Affiliation: Sr.Vice President & Co- Founder, TeamLease Services Pvt. Ltd., India.
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The last twenty years of economic reforms have demonstrated that growth is a necessary but not sufficient condition for sustained poverty reduction. Sustainable poverty reduction needs access. Access comes from the 3Es (Education, Employability and Employment). This paper attempts to explore how privatization in vocational education can impact the quality and scale of vocational skills development in India. The paper formulates tangible ideas that will enable formulation of scalable mechanisms in overcoming the challenges that the vocational training organizations currently face. It also discusses issues of access, quality, efficiency and value of vocational education across various sectors, education qualifications and age groups.

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