V-NET (Vocational National Educational Test)

Objectives

  1. To test the knowledge and thinking ability of Vocational education students according to the Vocational Certificate Curriculum of the year 2002 (for the former) and the higher Vocational Certificate Curriculum of the year 2002 (for the latter).
  2. To assess their academic proficiency of Vocational education students according to the Vocational Certificate Curriculum of the year 2002 (for the former) and the higher Vocational Certificate Curriculum of the year 2002 (for the latter).
  3. To provide information to the schools to improve their teaching and learning activities.
  4. To evaluate the quality of education at the national level.

Development

It was first given in academic year 2010 to the students under the responsibility of the Private

Education Council Office in fundamental education and fundamental subjects (interdisciplinary subjects) at 3rd year Vocational Certificate (Certificate of Vocational Education: CVE.3). It was given to the vocational education students under all jurisdictions at 3rd year Vocational Certificate (CVE.3) in different subjects. In academic year At Higher Vocational Certificate (HVC.2) the test was divided into different subjects or branches in 3 subject domains, namely,

  1. Fundamental Abilities
  2. Learning Abilities
  3. Occupational Abilities.

In 2013, the test was divided into subjects and branches. At CVE.3, 23 subjects were given whereas 96 subjects were given at HVC.2.