This article is written by Annette Francis from Pratham Skilling
The original article was published in The Print
STEM and TVET are two worlds which stand to gain from each other. Familiarity of vocational trades can help simplify scientific concepts that learners find intimidating, while the linkage to STEM can make the respective blue-collar counterparts more aspirational. Pooling together the resources from both domains will also allow for more cost-effective solutions. Rather than placing the burden of choice on the learner, the system will then be positioned to showcase the natural progression between the two worlds.
Read the full article published in The Print: NEP 2020 recommends STEM education in schools but what about bottlenecks?