One of the key outputs of the Dakchyata project (implemented by Bristish Council) has been the development of a new Occupational Demand Tool for Nepal, working in close collaboration with private sector employers and the national TVET authority of Nepal, CTEVT. Doodle Animaton explainer to showcase the Occupational Demand Tool: what it is, who it's for, what are the benefits, and (briefly) how to use.
Mr. Anil Chitrakar, a social entrepreneur, showcased some examples and good practices from his grant projects to show why greening TVET is most ecceftive for business, the economy and sustainable employment.Watch
Launched in February 2020, the Public Information Campaign was originally started as events-based and had to be pivoted to digital mode due to COVID-19. Over three and a half months, the campaign reached more than 7 million people and increased its availability ans access to information to the public on the TVET opportunities.
Mr. Saurabh Jyoti, Director at Jyoti Group of Companies and Chairman of Syakar Trading Company of Nepal, shares that there should be a balance between the curriculum courses and the actual demand of the market for effective utilization of TVET graduatesin the job market.
He emphasizes that it's imperative to involve private sectors in upgrading the courses and collaborate among different stakeholders to realize a necessary skill set that TVET offers for employment opportunities.
He reiterates that youths can advance the country’s economy if they are equipped with the technical and vocational education that match.Watch
Mr. Khusi Ram Chaudhary has been working as a housekeeper after graduation. He recites," If one is skilled enough, there is no need to go abroad in search of job opportunities. "
He feels fortunate to grab a handful of TVET skills. He is thrilled to be a TVET graduate because TVET has helped him grow both personally and professionally.Watch
“The current TVET Social Media Campaign aims to provide information on TVET, its employment opportunities, and TVET courses and training. I appreciate CTEVT efforts for positive responses and continuous engagement.”
Thank you! Bikash Kumar Mandal, one of the top fans of our Page for supporting the campaign with a beautiful video message. We are thrilled to know how the campaign has strengthened the connection between CTEVT and youths.Watch
"Youths can earn a monthly income of 1.5 lakhs or above from agri-sector with the right skill set in Nepal. Mr. Rup Ram Chapain-Managing Director of Quality Hatchery and Agriculture Pvt. Ltd."
In the video, he shares his willingness to hire a skilled Firm Manager locally. He mentions that youths with appropriate skills can initiate self-employment programs promoting the national economy.Watch
Raju Thapa Chhetri expresses his sincere thanks to CTEVT for equipping his daughter Anuja Thapa with the required skills.
He shares, "I am relieved to discover a TVET institution- a practical learning based college which perfectly fits my daughter's interest to study Diploma in Hotel Management."
He further accepts TVET develops a strong foundation to produce skilled and efficient human resources enabling them to sustain their livelihoods.Watch
Ram Bahadur Bhandari, President of Tikapur Chamber of Commerce and Industry shares the need for all related stakeholders to coordinate to make TVET programmes employer-driven.
Ishwor Saud is supportive of her daughter’s choice to study ISc.Ag. (Intermediate of Science inAgriculture) at Tikapur Polytechnic Institute. Listen to what he has to say about TVET!Watch
Sunayana Palikhe, Chairperson of Barahi Bakery, Pokhara relates her career advancement with technical education she received from the TVET. She shares, ‘Technical education and vocational training cam empower everyone. We should concentrate on skills development for self competency.’Watch
Priyanka Yadav, a student of veterinary science at BP Memorial Polytechnic Institute aspires to be a women veterinarian. She Shares that TVET is ultimately supporting her to meet her goals.Watch
"Anybody can do. Anywhere can be done." For decades, I have been practicing commercial farming, and I can tell from my experience " the sector has enormous scope and possibilities for youth." says Mr. Kalu Hamal, a pioneer entrepreneur in banana farming. He adds, "I am confident TVET graduates can make high profits with knowledge and skills that TVET provides. He request the youth to join this affordable, creative, and original agri-business.
Helping students to choose the right career path is the ideal goal of every school. Mr. Manoj Kumar Karn, Principal of Shree Laxminiya Janata Secondary School, states that the school supports students by providing information on the benefits of TVET courses so that young people can choose to make a decision themselves. He mentions that technical education helps young people become self-reliant.
He explains considering the importance of technical education in today's competitive market; students must be provided as much information on TVET opportunities.Watch
Meet Garima, a PROUD TVET student. She holds a Diploma in Hotel Management (DHM) from Pokhara Technical School. She shares how TVET is helping her step towards chosen goals. She believes that skills and practical knowledge are crucial in today's world of competition. So, she strongly recommends you to join the TVETWatch
Shambhu Mairbaita Yadav, General Manager of ISNB Builders Pvt. Ltd links technical education with professional expertise and practical knowledge to be employed in every sector. He shares that TVET courses are designed in a way to target competent students' skills for employability and development.Watch
The three-minute doodle animation highlights the work of the Dakchyata Project, effectively articulating its core values, mission, vision, key strategies and intervention areas. It provides a summary of Dakchyata’s key activities and outcomes thus far, emphasising on the importance of private sector collaboration in TVET.Watch
Kabita Shahi, TVET learner from Tikapur, strongly believes if we have the right skill-set, not only can we sustain our livelihood but also generate employment opportunities for others. She hopes with her skills, she can eventually contribute in reviving the agriculture sector.Watch
Mr. Sanu Raja Bajracharya, a TVET graduate who led an illustrious career as LT. Colonel, HoD. Helicopter Engineering, DGGA, Nepal army for 32 years, is now working as a Quality Manager at Prabhu Helicopter Pvt. Ltd post his retirement. All because he was equipped with the right skill. Hear him speak on the importance of being skilled and how a skilled workforce contributes to national development.Watch
Mr. Sumit Kedia, Owner of Sitaram Gokul Milks Pvt. Ltd of the Kedia Group of Industries and an entrepreneur shares the need of employers, employees, and educational units to come together for a productive output. Listen to what he has to say.Watch