Secondary school children will be proficient in skill development

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Gauriganj (Amethi). Pupils in the lower and middle grades receive vocational training.
After receiving the letter from the government, the department sent the letter of consent following the selection of five intercolleges in the first phase.
In order to provide the students with professional training from the upcoming academic session, a letter has been issued to the school management and instructions have been given on how to fix the system.
The state government has started to develop a program that, in addition to general education, also enables children in secondary schools to receive vocational training.
To make the exercise successful, the director of the secondary school department recently sent a letter to DIOS marking the schools and asking for consent.
After receiving the letter from the director, the Department of Secondary Education launched five inter-colleges (GGIC Musafirkhana, GGIC Gauriganj, GIC Inhauna, GIC Fursatganj and GIC) in the first phase to develop their skills by teaching the children in academic Providing a workable education session 2021-22. Tikarmafi) was selected.
After selecting the university and receiving the letter of approval from the school management for the implementation of the course, the approval report was also sent to the director.
DIOS Jaikaran Lal Verma, after receiving and sending the letter of approval, issued a letter to all school principals and transferred the responsibility for the publication by improving the necessary facilities for the start of teaching of the marked vocational course.
This course is carried out in the designated university
The 2020-21 academic session will teach security and retail in GGIC Musafirkhana, IT and retail in GGIC Amethi, automotive and retail in GIC Inhauna, and security and automotive professional courses in GIC Tikarmafi and Fursatganj. Studying this course will make it easier for the children to find employment.

Gauriganj (Amethi). Pupils in the lower and middle grades receive vocational training.

After receiving the letter from the government, the department sent the letter of consent following the selection of five intercolleges in the first phase.

In order to provide the students with professional training from the upcoming academic session, a letter has been issued to the school management and instructions have been given on how to fix the system.

The state government has started to develop a program that, in addition to general education, also enables children in secondary schools to receive vocational training.

To make the exercise successful, the director of the secondary school department recently sent a letter to DIOS marking the schools and asking for consent.

After receiving the letter from the director, the Department of Secondary Education launched five inter-colleges (GGIC Musafirkhana, GGIC Gauriganj, GIC Inhauna, GIC Fursatganj and GIC) in the first phase to develop their skills by teaching the children in academic Providing a workable education session 2021-22. Tikarmafi) was selected.

After selecting the university and receiving the letter of approval from the school management for the implementation of the course, the approval report was also sent to the director.

DIOS Jaikaran Lal Verma, after receiving and sending the letter of approval, issued a letter to all school principals and transferred the responsibility for the publication by improving the necessary facilities for the start of teaching of the marked vocational course.

This course is carried out in the designated university

The 2020-21 academic session will teach security and retail in GGIC Musafirkhana, IT and retail in GGIC Amethi, automotive and retail in GIC Inhauna, and security and automotive professional courses in GIC Tikarmafi and Fursatganj. Studying this course will make it easier for the children to find employment.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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