India is eyeing a major revamp of secondary education by introducing a credit system for skills training after class 8 and 10. The skills development ministry is developing a framework under which credits will be given for vocational training from industrial training institutes (ITIs) equivalent to educational grades.
The credit recognition will also hold valid for university admissions, which implies that youth undergoing two years of training after class 10 will be eligible for university admission………
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