Seti Technical School is located in Jogidabra 7, Dipayal Silgadi Doti. It is a constituent college of CTEVT. It offers Diploma in Civil Engineering and Veterinary JTA program. The seats available in Civil and JTA are 48 and 30 respectively.
The objective of this school is to produce basic and middle level manpower in the area of agriculture (JTA), Health (ANM) and construction (sub overseer) and serving the community by providing short term community based training.
Seti Technical School is the only one public Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) institute operating under CTEVT in Far Western Development Region. It is situated at Dipayal Silgadhi Municipality ward no. 8 Jogidabre of Doti district. It is located at central point of far western region.
It was established in 1990 to provide opportunities to the people of far western development region to train in technical education and vocational training so that they can improve their standard of living as well as contribute in regional development.
In order to
ensure easy accessibility for people from remote areas, the school has allocated some quotas for
the hill districts of the region. The school has been offering TEVT agriculture, health and civil
engineering right from its established.
Establishing a excellent training institute that will make a significant contribution to the country’s real need for producing mid level technical manpower. STS will be recognized as an excellent TVET provider in Nepal.
Promote economic growth in Nepal by offering TSLC and diploma level programs along with
MOST skill trainings and producing quality workforce in TVET
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ESTD: 1990 A.D.
Jogidabra 7, Dipayal Silgadi, Jogidabra
Message from Mr. Kushmakar Bhatta
Knowledge economy demands global standards of quality and ethical values. In order to meet these needs academic institutions need to continuously modify and improve the quality of its education based on the paradigm shift –taking place to enhance the benefits to the youths which can be sharpen from the early stage of study. Technical and Vocational Education aims to create social and economic benefits through enhancing livelihood of civil society, providing greater opportunities and generally improving life outcomes. Progress is defined as development towards an improved or more advanced condition and as such, is highly subjective and subjected to various political interpretations and measurement methods. Empirical evidence has shown that correlating TEVT and growth can be hazardous, especially if only TEVT quantity (attainment levels) is measured rather than quality (learning outcomes).
Council for Technical Education and Vocational Training (CTEVT) is the apex body for Technical Education and Vocational Training (TVET). It is responsible for policy formulation, coordination, quality assurance and program implementation. There is deep rooted social, geographical and economic imbalance in the country, so In spite of the involvement of government, non-government and private agencies in the Technical and vocational education and training, a large number of youth are still unable to have approach and access in this education.
Three major challenges confronting education and training in Nepal are:
Seti Technical School (STS) is one of the CTEVT constituted schools and only one in Far Western Development Region offering TVET services focusing the rural poor and disadvantaged people of the region. The school was established in 2046 and up to now it has provided services to about 5600 people all over the country.
Except our regular programs we have been serving our students and community through providing career and academic counseling, On the Job Training, exposure visits, community development services, homely environment to the students boarding in the school, sports etc.
Our attempt in STS is on: