During this conversation, Rama spoke about vocational education where he said that many investments have been made in this sector and that students graduating from vocational school find it easier to be employed.
He added that work is being done to create professional colleges, which will serve to increase the skills of students who choose a certain profession.
“You are witnesses who had become no worse, but had no infrastructure and actually served those students who were the weakest and without ambition, let’s say the category of students who went to these schools only to say he started school. The venture starts and recruits girls and boys right from the school benches creating conditions that can later come to work. A very encouraging fact is that students graduating from vocational education have one more advantage to get into the job. What is encouraging is that vocational school students have an advantage and have easier employment and faster than those who also graduate from universities. We are working to add another link that of professional colleges in order for students to increase their knowledge and skills, through professional colleges that are a space between high school and university “, said the Prime Minister.