Rural Industrialization Through TVET

Prem Prasad Sigdel


The perspective of alternative development has been becoming a slogan of all the nations since there was mismatch between urban and rural development. Rural industrialization has become necessary to empower the people of rural areas. A good chunk of population of developing countries has been residing in rural areas practicing traditional skills which have no commercial value. Vocational education can make them able to recognize their possibilities as it is area and need based education. It is imperative to have connection between vocational education and rural industrialization so that people would get more benefit utilizing local/natural resources. The key of development lies in local based industries so that the promotion of such industries would help to increase national economy. Certainly there is high chance of progression of developing countries recognizing and utilizing their potentialities through vocational education.

Keywords: rural industrialization, vocational education, formal education, alternative development

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