Production Capacity of Vocational High Schools for the First Two Months of 2022 Increased by 200 Percent

Production Capacity of Vocational High Schools for the First Two Months of 2022 Increased by 200 Percent
Production Capacity of Vocational High Schools for the First Two Months of 2022 Increased by 200 Percent

In vocational and technical education, the revolving fund income in January and February of 2022 increased by 2021 percent compared to the first two months of 200 and rose to 197 million 957 thousand liras. In 2022, the Ministry of National Education aims to generate an income of 1,5 billion liras from the production within the scope of revolving funds in vocational education.

The Ministry of National Education continues to increase its production capacity within the scope of revolving funds, which makes a significant contribution to increasing the practical skills of students in vocational education. In 2020, the income obtained from production in vocational high schools was 503 million 197 thousand 847 liras. Vocational education increased its revenue by 2021 percent in 131 compared to the previous year and reached 1 billion 162 million 574 thousand liras.

In this context, the total revenues of January and February of 2022 increased by 2021 percent compared to the first two months of 200 and reached 197 million 957 thousand liras. The Ministry of National Education aims to generate 2022 billion liras in revenue from production within the scope of revolving funds in vocational education in 1,5.

Making an assessment on the subject, Minister of National Education Mahmut Özer said: “Our priority in our transformation in vocational education is to strengthen the education, production and employment cycle. One of the steps we took in this context was to increase the production capacity of vocational high schools within the scope of revolving funds. The revenue generated in 2021 increased by 2020 percent compared to 131 and rose to 1 billion 162 million liras. Our target in 2022 is to reach a production and service delivery capacity of 1,5 billion liras. The results of the first two months of 2022 show that we will easily reach this target. The total revenues of January and February of 2022 increased by 2021 percent compared to the same months of 200 and reached 197 million 957 thousand liras.

The highest income comes from Istanbul, Ankara and Gaziantep.

Noting that the top three provinces with the highest income from production in the first month of 2022 are Istanbul, Ankara and Gaziantep, respectively, Özer said, "Of the productions made by vocational and technical education institutions in January 2022, Istanbul is 16,7 million lira, Ankara 15 million lira and Gaziantep 13,3, He earned XNUMX million lira in revenue.” made its assessment.

Ankara Altındağ Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School, Turkey's first place

In the production order made on the basis of schools, Ankara Altındağ Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School is the first with a production of 4 million 642 thousand liras, Gaziantep Şehitkamil Beylerbeyi Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School is the second with a production of 3 million 795 thousand liras, and Hatay Dörtyol Recep Atakaş Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School is 3 million liras. finished third in production.

Minister Mahmut Özer thanked the General Directorate of Vocational and Technical Education, all provincial directors, school administrators, teachers and students, who successfully carried out this process.

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