PERCEPTION OF PASSED OUT ENGINEERING COLLEGE STUDENTS TOWARDS FACILITIES, AMENITIES AND EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS IN COIMBATORE
Author(s):
Arun N, Dr. B. MERCELINE ANITHA
Keywords:
Students, Engineering Colleges, Job, Training, Employment, Skills, etc.
Abstract
In the competitive environment, the corporate sector has drastically changed their expectations to enhance corporate culture through strong skill sets needed to be excelled to facilitate the corporate settings. Therefore, this study concentrates in identifying the types of skills possessed by the passed out engineering graduates to discharge their campus requirements to make an competitive entry into the corporate environment. . In this regard, skill plays a major role thus, this study considered evaluating passed out graduate engineering students from Coimbatore to observe their perception on employability skills and career outcome. This study is done by considering the passed out engineering graduates from select colleges of Coimbatore district to identify the skill gap between the skill acquired by the students and the industry (job market) expectations. In this regard, educational institutions play a major role by providing academic support. Apart from academic support, job skill aspects are more important to meet job market requirements to acquire a prospective career. Therefore, this study inspires the researcher to ascertain how well do facilities and amenities as well as Employability Skills predict passed out students of select engineering colleges? Simple Random Sampling method was employed in select engineering colleges in which two hundred and fifty passed out student respondents were considered as final sample for the study. Tools used for analysis are percentage analysis and Chi-Square Test. Result shows that there is no statistical association between the age and facilities and amenities, age and employability skills, finally, stream of education and employability skills thus accepting null hypothesis, whereas, there is a statistical association between the gender and facilities and amenities, gender and employability skills and finally, stream of education and facilities and amenities provided by the institutions therefore, rejecting the null hypothesis. It is concluded that facilities and amenities proved considerable support through professional training atmosphere by way of existing means, reasonably helped the students to acquire the practical skills. The objective of the institutions no
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Unique Paper ID: 156933

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 5

Page(s): 342 - 350
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