Vocational education in schools is a relatively modern development. Until the 19th century such education. except for the professionals, was provided only by apprenticeship. This situation was partly due to the low social status associated with such instruction as opposed to a classical curriculum, which was considered, "neccessary for a gentleman".
Growth of industrialization during the 19th century: The vocationalization provides for diversification of educational opportunities so as to enhance individual employability, reduce the mismatch between demand and supply of skilled manpower.
In the context of reaching the unreached, BSS National Vocation Education as an education system is being established firmly in India with a mission to take education to the doorsteps of the learners, enhancing social equality and creating flexibility for life-long learning. J.S.Institute Of Paramedical Sciences will serve as an anchor to provide high standards of paramedical training.
Bharat Sevak Samaj the National Development Agency which undertakes numerous vocational programmes functions as the modal agency of PSSCIVE, the constituent of NCERT, an autonomous bosy of the ministry of HRD, Government of India. The curriculum of all the vocational courses are being prepared on the guidelines laid down by PSSCIVE(NCERT).
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