About Us


The Government of Maharashtra
  • Mission

    • Directorate Of Vocational Education & Training, Mumbai  is committed to provide quality administration and vocational education and training services to educational institutes, Industrial training institutes and NGOs in Maharashtra State to meet the needs of industry , bussiness to service sector and society at large.
  • Vision

    This Department Aims at,

    • Encouraging institutes for developing human resources to reduce the mismatch between demand and supply of manpower in various sectors like Engineering, Information Technology, Agriculture, Paramedical, Home Science, Trade & Commerce.
    • To reduce unemployment among youth by equipping them for suitable industrial, self & wage employment through weldesigned formal & non formal Vocational Education & Training programmes at Various institutes.
    • Establishing linkages with industry / Institutes / R & D organizations Pass out students / Apprentices for mutual benefits.
    • Arranging quality development programmes for Principals, teachers instructers, staff & students thereby creating a dynamic learning environment.
    • Establishing Centres of Execellence at various key institutes in emerging areas like automobile, Production & Manufacturing, Non Conventional energy sources, CNC/CAD/CAM & Information Techonology.
    • Establishing seperate website for the office & to link all institutes & controlling offices through Internet to use web conferencing media for meetings of District officers & Principals thereby increasing speed, accuracy & economy in flow of information.
    • Fasilitating the alround development of students by conducting various activities like Quiz, Enterprenership programmes, Sports & different competitions.
    • Developing various computer softwares for the statandardisation of procedures of stores, Admissions, examinitions, Administration & Apprecnticeship scheme.
  • Objectives

    • To ensure a steady flow of skilled workers in different trades for the industry.
    • To raise the quality & quantity of industrial production by systematic training of workers.
    • To reduce unemployment among the educated youth by equipping them for suitable industrial employment.
  • Status of Vocational Education & Training in State

    Type Of Institute No. of Institutes Intake Capacity
    ITI’s/ITC’s 667 1,09,216
    ATS 4,807 58,000
    Hi-Tech/AVTS 9 8480
    Vocational Diploma 20 1500
    MCVC Colleges 1200 73,760
    Bi-focal Colleges 1197 60,450
    Pre Vocational 605 54,960
    Vocational Board 3072 1,17,125
    Total 10770 4,83,491
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  • Status

    Present Status of Maharashtra State

    1 Dropout up to 12th Std. 4 lakh/ year
    2 Dropout up to 10th Std. 12 lakh/ year
    3 Students not seen the School (age 6 to 19) 70,70,251
    4 Ratio of Graduation 100:6
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  • Skill Challenges

    • Skill development is key to promote employability & economic growth.
    • Only 13% of all university graduates are employable.
    • Only 5% of the youth are vocationally trained.
    • There is a need to build global skill workforce, as India is the youngest country with almost 54% population below 30 years.
    • The demographic surplus of India will be 47 million by year 2020.
    • Educated without professional skill constitutes 69% of the total unemployed.
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  • Challenges Before Maharashtra State

    Challenges

    1 Population Approx 10 crores
    2 Population of 11 to 20 year Age 2 Cr.
    3 Population of 21-35 year Age 2.5 Cr.
    4 Child labour 7, 64, 075
    5 Uneducated labour 44%
    6 4th pass labour 22.60
    7 Qualified labour 33%
    8 Youth registered with employment exchange 34, 81, 367
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  • Creation Of New Training Facilities / Utilizing Exsting Infrastructure

    • Involving various industries in the state which are under Apprenticeship act – (4,800 Industries) & utilizing their infrastructure facilities.
    • Involvement of industries association like Manufacturing Association, Builder Association, Retail Association, Automobile Association, etc. for group training.
    • Involving specialized sector like Hospitals/ Hotels/ Retails/ Gems & Jwellery/ Apparel/ Travel & Tourism / Food Processing etc.
    • Involvement of Corporate sector.
    • Involvement of Secondary School/ Ashram Shala/ NGOs / Master Craftsman.

    Involvement of Recognized Educational Institutes like

    • Art, science, commerce Colleges (2000 Colleges)
    • Engineering & Polytechnic Colleges (861 Colleges)
    • Agriculture colleges (10 Colleges)
    • Medical colleges (116 Colleges)
    • HMCT Colleges (9 Colleges)
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  • Strategy For Implementation

    Role of State Government

    • Implementation of programme in mission mode.
    • Bringing all training schemes of all departments under one Umbrella.
    • Field study for manpower mapping in all district.
    • Designing Competency base curriculum.
    • Preparing Training material.
    • Facility for Training of trainers.
    • Additional infrastructure for training.
    • Mechanism for Quality audits to monitor training quality.
    • Examination & Certification of trainees. Separate assessing body for each District.
    • Mechanism for Follow up of employment.
    • Linkages with various Govt./Non Govt. Dept. for Self Employment.
    • Popularization & publicity of the scheme.
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