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Teachers Training in Technical Education:Need for Private Sector Intervention


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The phenomenal growth of polytechnics and engineering colleges in the country in the last decade has brought into clear focus the many inherent weaknesses of the Technical Education System. This article focuses attention on one of the many problems namely, the lack of a coherent and meaningful policy for training and retraining of teachers to jack up the quality of the passouts which is found to be generally falling year by year. Private initiative which came forward to start these colleges should also come forward now to collectively establish the required support services including training of teachers.
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C. Ramkrishna Sastri
TTTI, Madras, India

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The phenomenal growth of polytechnics and engineering colleges in the country in the last decade has brought into clear focus the many inherent weaknesses of the Technical Education System. This article focuses attention on one of the many problems namely, the lack of a coherent and meaningful policy for training and retraining of teachers to jack up the quality of the passouts which is found to be generally falling year by year. Private initiative which came forward to start these colleges should also come forward now to collectively establish the required support services including training of teachers.


DOI: https://doi.org/10.16920/jeet%2F1996%2Fv10i2%2F114856