In the first 8 months of the year in vocational high schools affiliated to the Ministry of Education, the income from production increased by 20 percent compared to the same period of the previous year and reached 230 million lira.
MEB continues to increase the production capacity within the scope of revolving fund, which has an important contribution in increasing the practical skills of students in vocational education. In this context, the revenue from production in 2019 increased by 2018 percent compared to 40, reaching 400 million lira.
Although schools have been closed for a long time due to the Kovid-19 outbreak, the upward trend continues in 2020.
In the first 8 months of this year, the income from production in vocational high schools increased by 2019 percent compared to the same period of 20 and reached 230 million lira.
"In this process, we focused on the production of demanded products"
In his statement, Minister of National Education Ziya Selçuk pointed out that the priority in the transformation of vocational education in the last 2 years is to strengthen the education-production-employment cycle. Stating that one of the steps taken in this context is to increase the production capacity of vocational high schools within the scope of revolving fund, Selçuk said, “At the end of the steps we took, the revenue obtained from the production in this scope in 2019 increased by 2018 percent compared to 40. We were aiming for a larger increase in 2020, but when the Kovid-19 epidemic interrupted education in schools, we were negatively affected by this situation. This time, we focused on the production of products demanded in this process such as masks, disinfectants, face protection visors, mask machines and respirators by changing our production portfolio. Thus, we were able to increase our production capacity in this process. In the first 2020 months of 8, compared to the same period of 2019, the income from production increased by 20 percent, reaching 230 million lira. " used the expressions.
"The real production capacity of our provinces has started to emerge more and more"
Noting that the top 3 provinces that generate the most income from production are Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir, respectively, Selçuk said: “In this period, the production of vocational and technical education schools and institutions was 23 million 823 thousand TL, Ankara 17 million 480 thousand TL and İzmir 10 million. It generated an income of 495 thousand liras. We were trying to increase the production capacity in provinces where the sectors were heavily clustered. For example, in 2019, Istanbul was not in the top 3. Being the winner now is really an important achievement. The real production capacity of our provinces has started to emerge more and more. In this context, Istanbul Küçükçekmece Nahit Menteşe Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School came first with a production of 6 million 208 thousand liras in the production ranking on the basis of schools, while Kütahya Prof. Dr. Necmettin Erbakan Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School came second with a production of 5 million 620 thousand TL and Gaziantep Şahinbey Mehmet Rüştü Uzel Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School came third with a production of 3 million 26 thousand TL. " Minister Selçuk thanked Mahmut Özer, Deputy Minister of National Education, General Directorate of Vocational and Technical Education, all provincial directors, school administrators, teachers and students for carrying out the process successfully.