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A closing dinner and certificate distribution to recognise active participation marked the end of the customised program on 'Crafting a culture of Quality-Assured TVET in Nepal and Institution-Industry collaboration for employability  designed for CTEVT and MoEST Officials through the EU supported Dakchyata Project that took place from Aug 22- 26 2022 in Manila, Philippines. The program explored the phenomenon of institutional development and recognised the necessary capabilities of TVET institution to survive in the changing environment.

Main takeaways from the program were the understanding on accreditation model of the TESDA and quality assurance of the TVET, first-hand experience on Industry Institution Linkage (IIL) through theoretical classes as well as industry visits,  devising an action plan on system development planning based on the SWOT/GAP analysis, importance of research in TVET and developing TRACER study instruments, including understanding the Industry Revolution 4.0 (IR 4.0) and how the TVET system should response, and learning the framework on greening the TVET sector.  


Participants are eager to share these learning at local CTEVT schools, mainly applying TRACER study immediately and also strengthening IIL through formation of industrial advisory committee.

Mr. Laxmi Kuma Khadka, Under Secretary, MoEST stated that overall the training was useful to understand new trends in TVET, such as the IR  4.0 and Green TVET adoption mechanism and ways to strengthen Industry Institution Linkage.






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