Guidelines for Short Term Certificate Courses

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GUIDELINES FOR SHORT TERM CERTIFICATE COURSES
AS PER THE G.O.Ms.No. 33, Dated 07.04.2004

STATE INSTITUTE OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
O/o THE DIRECTOR OF INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION ANDHRA PRADESH: HYDERABAD

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GUIDELINES FOR SHORT TERM CERTIFICATE COURSES INTRODUCED BY THE STATE INSTITUTE OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION, O/o THE DIRECTOR OF INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION Short Term Vocational Certificate Courses of Three months, Six months and One year duration are being introduced in the disciplines of Agriculture, Engineering & Technology, Computer Science, Business & Commerce, Home Science and Humanities, with the objective of providing training to SSC failed/passed students or candidates who are interested in acquiring job oriented skills and wish to join the world of work, to enable them to earn their livelihood.(Course details at Annexure--I . These courses are being introduced as self-financing courses. HOW TO APPLY 1. Any Private Institution / NGO having good track record in the field of providing training and having required infrastructure can start these Short Term Vocational Courses with the approval from the State Institute of Vocational Education, after they satisfy the norms prescribed herein. 2. Application forms can be obtained from the concerned District Vocational Educational Officers or from the office of the Director of Intermediate Education, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad by paying Rs. 100/- through Demand Draft in favour of Secretary, Board of Intermediate Education, Andhra Pradesh, Nampally, Hyderabad or can be down loaded from BIE website at: www.bieap.gov.in under “vocational courses” pages 3. At the time of filing application the institute should provide information on class room infrastructure, On the Job Training linkage, faculty, Society registration or Certificate of incorporation, track record in the field of training opted for and tie up for placements of trained candidates. 4. Maximum number of sections permitted for any institution will be 9 only, of different durations. A minimum of two courses should be offered from different disciplines. 5. The filled in application along with all enclosures should be submitted to the concerned District Vocational Educational Officer before the prescribed date. An Inspection Fee of Rs.500/= in case of Rural area and Rs. 1000/= in case of an Urban area, in the form of a demand Draft in favour of the

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SANCTION PROCEDURE 6. A three men inspection committee consisting of 1] DVEO, 2] Principal of GJC and 3] Subject expert will inspect the Institutions and submit the feasibility report with recommendations to State Institute of Vocational Education [SIVE]. 7. Permission will be granted by the State Institute of Vocational Education [SIVE] on receipt of feasibility report from District Vocational Educational Officers concerned, on the available infrastructure and On the Job Training facilities with MOU & tie up for placements. 8. At the time of applying for Short Term Vocational Courses the Institute should indicate the Industry / Workshops / Service Organisations in which On the Job Training will be provided. They should furnish the MOU with the training establishment along with the application. FEE PARTICULARS: 9. The Private Institution / NGO should pay Rs. 500/- per section per module as recognition fee through Demand Draft in favour of the Secretary, Board of Intermediate Education, Andhra Pradesh, Nampally, Hyderabad after approval from the State Institute of Vocational Education. (Three months course; one module; Rs/ 500, six months course; two modules; Rs/ 1,000, One year course; three modules; Rs 1,500) 10. The maximum tuition fee to be collected from the student is Rs. 300/- Per Month. ADMISSION PROCEDURE: 11. The Head of the Institution / Correspondent / Principal of the concerned institute shall take up the admission process only after obtaining permission from the State...
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