In majority of the advanced countries various vocational trainings start at the secondary stage of education. The relative utility of the present secondary education is self-evident as can be seen at the time of selection for a government or nongovernment post.
A large number of boys after finishing secondary education seek jobs, which cannot be created in proportion to the students passing the secondary classes. The present-day education has developed in the young boy’s apathy towards their hereditary professions.
They are neither inclined nor have the ability to pursue their family vocations. Consequently, an acute problem has arisen in the country in the shape of unemployment of educated youths. In the present atmosphere, the secondary education should be in accordance with the needs of the people and also useful for various vocations.
Therefore, reforms are needed in the education system and this reformed system besides fulfilling the vocational needs should also help in the intellectual, physical and moral development of students.