• Dr. Porag Kalita Head-Automobile Engineering Department, Vocational Education (+2), M R S Higher Secondary School, Titabor, Jorhat, Assam, India–785 630 India


Feedback, Input and Output, Strategic implementation, TQM


Education plays a vital role in bringing out a change in society. It changes the behavior and attitude of the people in the society. For the competitive environment of the present educational system in India, towards 10+2 Level, Total Quality Management (TQM) has gained wide importance and is generally being introduce and experimental in educational institutions. An educational system can't be treated as industry. However, there are similarities with respect to their sub-components. Each of these viewed as a system consists of input, processes, management, resources, output, and feedback. Educational institutions system is complex as it involves human beings as input to and output from the system. Students are input and customer too.

TQM means, “A management approaches to an organization centered on quality, based on the participation of all its members and aiming at long-term success through student satisfaction and benefits to the members of the educational institutions and to Society”.

Many teachers in educational institutions in India think that TQM is an achieving on set of standard. But it is not so. TQM involves managing the process of change. Generally teachers are not welcome change and prefer not to change. The most important change taking place onside an effective TQM process is the changin behavior of students.


Published Source :( Books):

R. K. Mandal, Entrepreneurship and Rural Development in North East India, ISBN No. 978-81-86307-31-1, by DVS Publication, Guwahati, paper by Dr. P. Kalita, P. 150-

Edited Book (Contributions to Books):

P. Kalita, Road and Transport Management, Ist Edition, Volume 1, 2012.

P. Kalita, Total Quality Management in Vocational Education, Ist Edition, Volume 1, 2013.

Books without Authors Name:

Course Materials in National Council for Labour management, Chennai, 1999..

Course materials in Business and Industrial Management, 1992.

Course materials in Management Development Programme in XLRI, Jamshedpur, 1995.

Course Materials in Executive Development Programme in IIM, Bangalore, 1995

XLRI volume, volume 20, July/1995, no. 3, ISSN 0258-042 X .

th Annual year Proceeding, article by Dr P K Perumal, Chennai, 2001.

Proceeding of 16th CTE International Conference in Assam administrative Staff College, Guwahati, India, and 14to 16th December, 2002.

Proceeding of Council of Teacher’s Education, H.Q. Bhopal as International Conference, held at Bhopal,

Proceeding of International Conference in 34th Indian Social Science Congress at Guwahati University, from 27th December to 31st/2010.

Proceeding of CTE International Seminar was held Dibrugarh University, Assam, from 7th Feb to 9th/2013.

Paper by Dr. Porag Kalita, ICSSR sponsored International Seminar in Bodoland University, from 4th Oct to 6th, 2013.


Dr. P. Kalita, International Journal of Research and Engineering Technology, www.ijret.org. Paper ID. 20150403165, Vol 4, Issue 4. April- 2015.

Dr. P Kalita, Int’l Journal Engineering and Advance Technology, www.ijeat.org. I/D B4351125215, Volume 5, Issue 3, February 2016.

Unpublished Sources:

P. Kalita (2002), paper presented at the Cotton College Centenary National Seminar in Cotton College, Guwahati, Assam, and India January 20th to


P. Kalita (2002), paper presented at the 16th CTE International Conference in Assam administrative Staff College, Guwahati, India, 14to 16th December


P. Kalita (2006), paper presented at the UGC and ICSSR sponsored National Seminar, R M College, Silchar, Assam, India, Feb 6th to 7th/2006.

P. Kalita (2009), paper presented at the UGC sponsored national Workshop, D C B College, Jorhat, Assam, India 19th to 20, December.2009.

P. Kalita (2011), paper presented at the UGC and Assam College Principal Council, National Seminar in Pragiyotish College, Guwahati, Assam, India,

to 9th June/2011.

P. Kalita (2014), paper presented at the UGC and Ministry of External affair, N. Delhi, Sponsored International seminar, Margherita College, Assam,

India, 4th to 6th April/2014.

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How to Cite

Dr. Porag Kalita. (2016). VOCATIONAL EDUCATION IN INDIA: REVIEW THE ALLOCATION PROCEDURE IN 10+2 LEVELS. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 2(4). Retrieved from http://ierj.in/journal/index.php/ierj/article/view/193