The Number of Students Enrolled in Vocational Education Increased by 63 Percent

The Number of Students Enrolled in Vocational Education Increased Percent
The Number of Students Enrolled in Vocational Education Increased Percent

Deputy Minister of National Education Mahmut Özer visited some vocational high schools in Kırklareli and made observations. Ozer stated that investments made to upgrade the quality of vocational education in the process of Turkey's cooperation with anywhere sector increased by 63 percent without any coercion, he said the number of students enrolled in vocational training.



National Education Deputy Minister Mahmut Ozer, Governor Osman Bilgin and AK Party deputy Selahattin not Minsol Luleburgaz Kırklareli with Turkey Petroleum Corporation was found in the examination of the Vocational and Technical High School.

Having visited the school building, Özer said that education and investment plans for 5 to 10 years should be prepared in schools.

Expressing that they especially care about laboratory studies as the Ministry, Özer stated that they are ready to provide all kinds of support in this regard.

Emphasizing that investments have been made to increase the quality of vocational education, Özer said: “All we want is to increase the number of students and increase the student employment relationship. The number of students enrolled in vocational training without any coercion in the process of cooperating with the sector anywhere in Turkey increased by 63 percent. Why is that? As the investment is made, the quality of education increases and the employment capacity increases, the tendency towards vocational and technical education also increases.

Expressing that education and training in vocational education institutions should be done together with the industry, Özer said, “Therefore, our task is to match vocational education with the industry, industry and business world around it. We will support all kinds of studies on this subject. " used the expressions.


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