Odisha Schools to Have Vocational Course from This Year

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Bhubaneswar, April 17: In a significant move by the Odisha government, each state-run school to have vocational courses and that will be compulsory for the students to develop their skills apart from learning and education.

The school and mass education department has approved the recommendation of the sylabus committee on the introduction of a two-year course in Automobiles, Information Technology & Information Technology Enabled services (IT & ITES) for the students of class IX and Class X.

This will come into force with effect from this academic session 2015-16. The course will be introduced in 30 high schools in the first phase. The schools are Angul High School, Town High School (Baleswar), George High School (Bargarh), Zila School (Bhadrak), PR High School (Bolangir), Basuni High School (Boudh), Ravenshaw Collegiate School (Cuttack), RBD High School (Deogarh), BB High School Dhenkanal, MR B. High School (Paralakhemundi), Onslow Institution, (Chhatrapur), SK Academy, (Jagatsinghpur), Jajpur Zilla School, Govt High School (Jharsuguda), Bhawanipatna Town High School (Kalahandi), Govt High School Khajuripada (Kandhamal), Kendrapara High School, DN High School (Keonjhar), Capital High School, (Bhubaneswar), Govt High School (Koraput), Govt (New) High School, Serapali, (Malkangiri) MKC High School (Mayurbhanj), RCD High School (Nabarangapur), Brajendra High School (Nayagarh), National High School (Nuapada), Biswambar Bidyapitha (Puri), Shree Ugratara High School (Rayagada), Budharaja High School (Sambalpur), Khari High School  (Sonepur), BS High School (Sundargarh).

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