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Vocational Education in China – More than 130 million people have graduated since 1996

More than 130 million people have graduated from vocational schools and colleges in China since a law on vocational education was promulgated in September 1996, the top legislator said in a report Monday.China

Zhang Dejiang, chairman of the National People’s Congress (NPC) Standing Committee, the top legislature, said in a report delivered to the ongoing bimonthly session of the legislature, that China had about 13,300 vocational schools and colleges, with 30 million students.

In 2014, there were about 18 million students in vocational schools, compared with 12.7 million in 1996, according to the report.

In 2014, there were 10 million students enrolled at vocational colleges, an increase from 1.23 million in 1996, according to the report.

Zhang said vocational schools and colleges were the main training ground for technical workers.

Zhang headed a team to inspect the enforcement of the law on vocational education in six provinces, and Chongqing municipality and Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region from March to May to strengthen the implementation of the law and boost the development of vocational education, according to the report.

Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at China’s vocational institutions train 130 mln in 19 yrs.

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