Vision 2030

Capacity Expansion for Growth

Diploma level Technical Educational Institutes will be established for Homogeneous Development of technical education in districts where Human Development Index is less. Human Development Index is based on the establishment of technical institutions on certain key indicators like Literacy rate, infant mortality rate, per capita income and per million population. Presently, National Human Development Index is 0.632 whereas state development index is 0.397. Hence, the goal of achieving average national development index is in Vision 2030. There is a goal of establishing at least one engineering college in every division of the state. Special efforts will be made for accretion in Cross Enrolment Ratio in Degree and Diploma Level Institutes of the state. New Engineering Colleges and Technical Universities will be established in the state under Rashtriya Uchchtar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA).

Growth in Skill Development and Employment Generation

It is believed that the Education Policy of India is unable to provide adequate employment for livelihood. Along with this, manpower deficiency is also experienced in many sectors. Vision 2030 will be focused on the quality in education-training so that trained manpower can be prepared according to industrial requirements. A school and Design Institute has been established in district Unnao to give an integral form to the vision of Start-up India under Skill Development laid down by Prime Minister, Government of India.

Environmental Management

Environmental and ecological imbalance and spatial is a universal problem. With the aim to reduce the environmental and ecological imbalance, construction of technical educational institution building, workshop, lab etc. will be done in such a way so that ecosystem could not be harmed and an eco-friendly environment could be created in the institute.

To generate industry/market oriented trained manpower

Trained Manpower will be prepared for the purpose of establishing equilibrium in demand and supply of trained manpower to meet industrial requirements. Traditional Courses, in which Employment Potential is more, will be started in technical institutions. Assessment of Employment Potential will be received from National Technical Manpower Information System.

Decentralization and Representation of rights

There is a tremendous need for decentralization and representation of rights for maximum and appropriate use of human resources. Financial and administrative rights will be delegated to Regional Joint Directors for best monitoring and administrative control in Technical Education Institutions. The posts of Regional Joint Directors should be elevated to the post of Additional Director. In view of decentralization, the Board of Technical Education must be decentralized so that the examination and examination results can be obtained on time. With each passing day new polytechnics are being established in state, therefore there is also a vision to establish new regional offices for their effective monitoring.

Supply of energy needs in future

With the vision of intensive growth in future, the need for excessive energy usage will be underlined. Here a question arises, how to supply this required energy without harming the environmental conditions? In order to solve this question, Vision 2030 will be centered on the implementation of Solar Power Plant Policy in the buildings of polytechnics and engineering colleges.

Rapid development by E-learning

Presently, the latest techniques of education-training are developing in the revolutionary scenario of development. Thus, the establishment of virtual classroom through web portal is also one of the modern methods; therefore, the objective of establishing virtual classrooms in all state polytechnics in underlined in Vision 2030.

Technology transfer for Rural Upliftment

Rural development is also a major part of vision 2030, for which short-term training will be provided to the rural boys and girls under the C.D.T.P Scheme (Community Development through Polytechnic) operated in various polytechnics, so that they are not only be self-employed but can also be connected with the main stream. Presently, the CDTP scheme is being operated in 59 polytechnics of the state and it is aimed to be operated in all the polytechnics of the state.

Financial Management and their sources

There are three major sources for financial management such as-Central Government, State Government and NGO through Private Public Partnership (PPP). Central financial assistance will be required for such engineering courses, that are very important at global market, so that the youth get training from engineering colleges and polytechnics of the state and nation can establish a global presence at global market.