'Enhancing the Employability of Students’ Passing from Technical Institutions

Authors

  • S. R. Ganorkar National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research, Bhopal
  • Anjana Tiwari National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research, Bhopal

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15415/iie.2013.12014

Keywords:

Employable Skills, Generic Skills, Communication Skills, Teamwork Skills, Problem Solving Skills, Initiative& Enterprise Skills, Planning & Organizing Skills, Learning to Learn Skills, Technology Skills, Self Management Skills, Learning to learn and not teaching environment, Industry Institute Interaction, Instructional Pedagogy Plan of Implementation, Assessment of Practical Skills, Quality Improving Tools

Abstract

India has the world’s second largest education system and provides one of the largest pool of skilled manpower. In the recent years, the problem of under-employment or rather unemployment among technical and professional engineering graduates & diploma pass outs is a cause of serious concern. Substandard Institutes are producing mere graduates & diploma holders instead of technically sound and competent professionals as intended. These pass outs are either under- employed or if employed, they do not fulfill or meet out the expectations of Industries or organizations. There is immediate need to take few corrective measures by the academic coordinators, policy makers and management of the institutes associated in providing technical manpower to the industries system; otherwise India will face an explosion of unemployed technical graduates/diploma holders. The world of academia will have to understand the nerve of Industries/organizations and require producing true professionals instead of mere graduates/diploma holders. The paper principally focuses on the multiple ways and means with suggested strategies for the technical teachers as well as institutions to plan, practice and administer such innovations in to their daily instructions, so as to fulfill the gap to a large extent

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2013-09-24

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S. R. Ganorkar, & Anjana Tiwari. (2013). ’Enhancing the Employability of Students’ Passing from Technical Institutions. Issues and Ideas in Education, 1(2), 185–198. https://doi.org/10.15415/iie.2013.12014

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