National Conference
Re-Imagining
Technical and Vocational Education and Training For the Changing World: Perspectives and Practices
AT psscive bhopal
11-12 February 2020
Registration is free
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Who Should Attend The Conference?

TVET administrators, policy makers, officials from ministries, researchers, academic professionals, representatives and experts from various international and national organizations, teachers, students, practitioners and other stakeholders.

Why should I attend the Conference?

The Conference will help you to network with learned members of the TVET community and learn about to various aspects of emerging perspectives in future of work transformation of TVET for Industry 4.0, professional TVET teachers developement, good practices in TVET and emerging trends in TVET for development of skilled workforce.

[ CONFERENCE OVERVIEW ]

OBJECTIVE

  • To examine the latest trends in TVET development and workforce employment.
  • To elucidate strategies and approaches towards successful diffusion of Industry 4.0 through TVET for workforce development
  • To discuss the challenges and issues of Industry 4.0 in workforce and TVET teachers development
  • To exchange innovative ideas and practices for supporting the TVET forworkforce development.

THEMES

The key thematic areas of significance for deliberation in relation to TVET, include the following:

  • Emerging Perspectives in Future of Work
  • Transforming TVET for Industry 4.0
  • Up- skilling and Re-skilling of Today's Workforce and TVET Teachers Development for Industry 4.0
  • TVET Excellence and Innovation
  • Future Agenda for TVET
  • TVET for Rural Transformation and SDG 2030 Implementation
  • Cross-sharing of Experiences, Best practices and Approaches of TVET Excellence

EXPECTED OUTPUT

  • Networking among institutions and participants in TVET
  • Shared innovative ideas and best practices
  • Recommendations for affirmative actions in improving TVET

[ SPEAKERS ]

Esteemed Speakers at the conference

Dr. Shyamal Majumdar
Head UNESCO-UNEVOC, Germany

Dr. Ramhari Lamichhane
Director General CPSC, Philippines

Dr. Swati Majumdar
International TVET Expert

Mr. Basab Banerjee
Vocational Skills and Recruitement Specialist

Dr. Young Saing Kim
KRIVET Research Fellow, South Korea

Prof. Neela Dabir
Dean of School of Vocational Education

Dr. K. Renuka Raju
Chairperson and Managing Director at Kovida LTD

Dr. Vijay Mahajan
Assistant Apprentice Advisor DVET Maharastra Govt.

Dr. B.K. Dutta
Director Vivekananda Institue of Biotechnology

Dr. Satyendra Arya
CEO Agriculture Sector Council New Delhi

Dr. Jandhyala B. G. Tilak
Prof. & Former Vice chancellor NIEPA, New Delhi

Dr. Thanikachalam Vedhathiri
Prof. (Retd.) NITTTR Chennai

Mr. Kolluru Krishan
Chairman Sector Counsil for Green Jobs

Mr. Ankur Gupta
Temasek Polytechnic College, Singapore

Dr. S.Z. Haider
EX Joint Director PSSCIVE Bhopal

Dr. Pramod Shrestha
Executive Board Member TITI Nepal


Dr. Romulita Alto
Research Consultant at CPSC


Dr. Pawan Sudhir
Head, DEAA at NCERT


Prof Randhir Singh Rathore
Professor, Shri Vishwakaram Skill University, Haryana


[ PROGRAMME SCHEDULE ]

09:30 am - 10:00 am

Registration, Visit to Exhibition and Campus Tour

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Inaugural Session

11:00 am - 12:00 am

Keynote Session I: Emerging Perspectives in Future of Work

Global trends have significant implications on vocational education and training in terms of both threats and opportunities. The impact of technological and social changes on work opportunities and market will differ across developing economies. These changes will present challenges and opportunities to the future workforce. The session will examine the technological and demographic changes across the economic spectrum and occupations.

12:15 pm -01:30 pm

Technical Session–I: Transforming TVET for Industry 4.0

Under Industry 4.0 the 'real' and the 'virtual' world are seamlessly connected giving rise to what is known as cyberphysical production system. As a result, the traditional manufacturing processes are undergoing an enormous transformation which will change the way companies approach manufacturing. India has vast opportunities in vocational education and employment as Industry 4.0 will help in evolving India as manufacturing hub for quality products at lower costs. The session will focus on policy formulation for vocational education to drive Industry 4.0 and the roadmap for a successful transition.

02:30 pm- 03:30 pm

Panel Discussion: Up-Skilling and Re-Skilling of Today's Workforce and TVET Teachers Development

The panel discussion will mainly focus on the following key questions:

  • What is the role of TVET with regard to Industry 4.0?
  • What are the obstacles and possible solutions for TVET provisions ?
  • What are the needs of TVET providers for making people job ready for Industry 4.0?
  • What are requirements for up-skilling and re-skilling of TVET teachers / trainers for developing new workforce?

03:45 pm- 05:30 pm

Technical Session – II: Good Practices of TVET in India

This session will focus on sharing personalized experiences in the rapidly changing industry demands for new skills, new curriculum designs, National Occupation Standards, innovative ideas in teaching learning and field practices The session on good practices on TVET in schools will cover various scalable innovations in various states /UTs of India.

09:30 am-11:15 am

Keynote Session – II: TVET Excellence and Innovation

The UNESCO-UNEVOC International Centre at Bonn acts as a key Centre for UNESCO's international programme on Technical and Vocational Education and Training. The technical session will elaborate on the strategies adopted and action taken by the UNEVOC Centers to increase the opportunities for productive work, sustainable livelihoods, personal empowerment and socio-economic development. The session will provide a platform for discussion on training methods and systems developed in different countries for acquisition of knowledge and skills for the world of work and entrepreneurship.

11:30 am- 01:00 pm

Technical Session – III: TVET for Rural Transformation and SDG 2030 Implementation

Rural communities are experiencing fundamental changes due to the new demands of the industry, globalization, technological transformation and new skill demands. Rural transformation depends on many factors including rural-urban linkages and is influenced by employment and skilling opportunities. TVET can support rural transformation through capacity building of rural youth for various farm and non-farm activities and emerging employment opportunities.

02:00 pm - 03:15 pm

Technical Session – IV: Future Agenda for TVET

In this session the conference will provide the forum for setting up the future agenda for leading TVET system to meet the expectations and demands of the society and industry. It will also provide direction for improving the collaboration between the school and industry for meeting future skill needs and linking vocational education to higher education. It will also set the agenda for greening TVET and the models that can be adopted for meeting the Sustainable Development Goals.

03:30 pm- 05:00 pm

Technical Session – V: Good Practices in TVET in India

This session will focus on sharing personalized experiences in the rapidly changing industry demands for new skills, new curriculum designs, National Occupation Standards, innovative ideas in teaching learning and field practices The session on good practices on TVET in schools will cover various scalable innovations in various states /UTs of India.

05:00 pm- 05:30pm

Conclusion, Recommendations and Closing Ceremony

CONFERENCE VENUE


Ninad Auditorium
PSS Central Institute of Vocational Education, Shyamla Hills, Bhopal – 462013, Madhya Pradesh, India

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