Thursday, July 10, 2014

Project to improve TVET system in Mongolia presented to Chairman of Standing Committee on Budget

A project to improve the technical and vocational education and training (TVET) system in Mongolia was presented to MP Ts.Davaasuren, Chairman of the Standing Committee on Budget, by Asako Maruyama, Education Specialist of Asian Development Bank, on July 7.


The proposed project seeks to create a better transition from secondary school to the workplace to meet the increasing need for a skilled workforce. The initiative seeks to do this by improving teaching, curriculum and facility quality in TVET programs in trades that have a large absorption capacity, such as agriculture, construction and the processing industry.

MP Ts.Davaasuren stated that he sees the project as hugely important in that it will contribute to improving the agricultural sector and future economy.

Public Affairs and Communications Department of the Parliamentary Office acknowledged that these changes to the TVET system would positively support the development of human resources in priority sectors.

The project was created by Asian Development Bank and developed in collaboration with Ministry of Labor and Ministry of Education and Science, and will cost 30 million USD in loans to carry out. A project to improve the technical and vocational education and training (TVET) system in Mongolia was presented to MP Ts.Davaasuren, Chairman of the Standing Committee on Budget, by Asako Maruyama, Education Specialist of Asian Development Bank, on July 7.

The proposed project seeks to create a better transition from secondary school to the workplace to meet the increasing need for a skilled workforce. The initiative seeks to do this by improving teaching, curriculum and facility quality in TVET programs in trades that have a large absorption capacity, such as agriculture, construction and the processing industry.

MP Ts.Davaasuren stated that he sees the project as hugely important in that it will contribute to improving the agricultural sector and future economy.

Public Affairs and Communications Department of the Parliamentary Office acknowledged that these changes to the TVET system would positively support the development of human resources in priority sectors.

The project was created by Asian Development Bank and developed in collaboration with Ministry of Labor and Ministry of Education and Science, and will cost 30 million USD in loans to carry out.

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