Students how have been registered on the contituent schools of
CTEVT will be asked to apply for special scholarship. Altogether 75
students each year receive this scholarship (Rs. 5000 each month)
throughout the academic years. Students are liable to make full
payments to institute and CTEVT.
Quota allocation will be done as per the entrance guideline issued by Office of Controller of Examination, CTEVT.
This scholarship is provided to the hard-up students among
Community/Government Schools, women, dalit, ethnic group, martyrs,
former Kamaiya (poorly paid tenant), Haliaya (poorly paid plough
man), Conflict Victims and disadvantaged groups of people. National
wise applications are collected through institutes and Entrance
exam is conducted. Merits students on each category are allocated
institute to study by CTEVT on reference to their applications on
choice of the institute. Each institute is liable to afford
classified scholarship to three students for their total quota
being 40 or more and two for institute with 30 quota programs.
Total seats are first calculate throughout the Nation and divided
by the percentage. Below are the categories and total percentage
Total Seat is considered as 100%
Further percentage breakdown of Targeted Groups
|5||Female||25% in Total|
|Muslim Community Female||2%|
|Dalit Community Female||4%|
|6||Adibasi/ janjati||25% on total|
|7||Financial and socially deprived||33%|
|Madhesi Community Dalit||3%|
|Janaandolan/Janayudha/Madhesi Andolan/Donda pidit/Migrant/Missing-Matyrs Family and Ghaite or family||3%|
|Other Madeshi Community||15%|
|Financial and Socially Deprived||10%|
This scholarship is provided to one best performing student in each program of the entrance exam from among all the competitors who fills the form as full fee payers in the respective school and college. This applies for the first year admission, whereas for the scholarship of second and third years, the result of previous year / semester will be considered as the basis for scholarship.
Moreover, it also provides consultancy services in TVET sub-sector conducting massive research activities as per the demand of the schools/ institutes. These research products are used for training, planning and project proposal development. In addition, instructional training, curriculum development and skill testing services are provided to government, semi-government and private sectors as per their demand.
The Division is responsible for the following activities:
This Division is mainly responsible for the following activities:
This Division has the following tasks:
Skill testing activity was initiated in Nepal in 1983 through an autonomous body called Skill Testing Authority (STA), which introduced a system of occupational classification, development of skill standards, skill testing and certification based upon the guidelines of Asia Pacific Skill Development Project/ International Labor Organization (APSDEP/ILO). After the CTEVT was constituted in 1989, the STA was placed under the umbrella of CTEVT as National Skill Testing Board (NSTB). Since then the Board has been functioning as the secretariat of National Skill Testing Board (NSTB), which has been attached to the council. Till date, NSTB has developed National Occupational Skill Standards/Profiles in 237 different occupations, 108000crafts persons are skill tested and 72730 are certified.
A skill test is the corresponding performance test based on the occupational skill standard which must be demonstrated by every individual to obtain a “NATIONAL SKILL CERTIFICATE” indicating that the certificate holder meets the requirements of a trade/occupation.
For more details visit: www.nstb.org.np
Occupational/Trade skill tests are open to all skilled workers and crafts persons. Principally, skill testing reaches out to three different target groups
The requirements to participate in the skill test are as follows:
Successful completion of 140 hours vocational training in relevant occupation/trade.
Literate with knowledge and skill in the relevant occupation with minimum of one year work experience in a related occupation/trade.
Successful completion of one month (160 hours) vocational training in relevant occupation/trade.
Vocational training with six months work experience in the relevant occupation/trade.
Literate with knowledge and skill in the relevant occupation with minimum of three years work experience in a relevant occupation/trade.
One year training (minimum 600 hours theory and 800 hours practical) in relevant occupation/trade.
One year’s work experience after the level-1 ST certificate passed in relevant occupation/trade.
Literate with knowledge and skill in the relevant occupation with minimum of five years work experience in a relevant occupation/trade.
Two years work experience after one year training in a relevant occupation/trade.
One years work experience after skill level-2 certificate passed in relevant occupation/trade.
Ophthalmic Assistant, Level-3 passed with three year experience and one year training.
Certificate level in Health Science (Ophthalmology) equivalent passed with three years experience and one year training.
Occupational Skills Standards
An Occupational Skill Standard is written specification of the practical skills, underlying knowledge, and experience demonstrated by an individual in a particular occupation.
The Division has the following responsibilities:
The Division is responsible for the following activities:
Formerly known as Annex Division
TECS programmme is a suplementary programmme aiming to provide technical education and vocational training to unemployed and none college bound/dropout youths. This programmme is conceptuallized to implement in the general secondary schools as a pilot programme for maximum utilization of esisting physical facilities, human resources, management and socisl value of the school.
The goal of Annex programme are :
Main responsibilities of this division are: