META-ANALYSIS OF THE ROLE OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION IN EMPLOYMENT GENERATION IN JHARKHAND (SPECIAL REFERENCE FROM 2014-18)

Khushnuma Sheyam

Abstract


Employment generation has been the emerging challenge for the Indian government ever since Independence. Planning Commission in the form of five year plans has also emphasized on the problems of unemployment. In this regard, government has taken many initiatives and establishment of vocational institutes were one among them. These institutes provide the type of education that deals with equipping the pursuer with such specific skills that prepares them to work as a technician or in various jobs. Considering this, various vocational Institutes were also established in Jharkhand for generation of employment but the major concern is that whether these institutes that are opening in tremendous numbers are really helping in the increase of absorption or placement level of individual or not i.e. whether the improvement is seen only in quantity or in quality as well.

Thus my work is based on the meta-analysis of the rate in which employment generation has been affected due to establishment of vocational education in Jharkhand from 2014-18. The sample that I have taken is the 2 good institutes of Jharkhand which are BIT Mesra and Vinoba Bhave University, Hazaribagh


Keywords


Vocational education, employment generation, placement rate, unemployment rate, qualitative education.

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