Rashtriya Mission of Education & Training (R.M.E.T. Skill Council)

राष्ट्रीय मिशन ऑफ एजुकेशन एंड ट्रेनिंग
(आर.एम.ई.टी. स्किल कॉउंसिल)
An Autonomous body Regd. by Ministry of Labour and Employment (Govt. of India)
Department of Labour (Govt. of NCT Delhi)
Governed by Rashtriya Siksha Vikash Abhijan, Incorporated by TR Act, Govt. of India

Vocational Education & Training for Youth

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Welcome to Rashtriya Mission of Education & Training (R.M.E.T. Skill Council). Centrally Information Adress: Plot no - 38B, Upper ground floor, Dwarka mor,New delhi,Delhi - 110059. Regd. & Postal Address : Rashtriya Mission of Education & Training, An Initiative of Rashtriya Siksha Vikash Abhijan. Mollaroad, Khandaghosh, Purba Bardhaman-713424, West Bengal, India.

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Various career opportunities after vocational training

Vocational training is the most suitable choice for numerous careers, and it shouldn’t be less useful than a university degree. The demand for skilled people to work in various industries has been increasing with time. Industries are watching for people who have skills that will benefit their trade to grow and see the demands for upcoming skill needs. Attempting vocational education and training (VET) can offers you with skills that are nationally accepted and will give you enhanced career choices you want, and place you on a trail to the world you want.

In the second part of the series, we would be discussing on how to increase skills and career opportunities after Vocational Training:

‘How to increase skills?’

There are several ways through which you can increase skills; you can gain them in your present job by undertaking further training or you can get trained in an area other than your present job so that you can get the chance to explore your direction into something which you actually want to do. You can also take on an internship or training and after concluding the programme to enhance your skills.

‘Demand for working professionals’

With the growth of economies globally, the employment industry turns out to be more quantified. The demand of greater levels of talent mutually in government and business sector started growing. This has led to the additional progress of vocational education through publicly funded training organizations and sponsored internship or training advantages for businesses. At the post-secondary level, vocational education is usually delivered by an institute or by a local public college.

Vocational education has also expanded over the 21st century. Demand for work professionals is soaring high in several businesses such as retail, tourism, information technology, cosmetics, as well as in the old-style crafts and cottage industries. Hence, vocational training is a support of our education system, but it needs to be revitalized. It is a great substitute to study what the market demands. It pushes education and can give a pause from high dropout percentage of students after high school.