Apex Level Provisions for Employability skills development for Management Graduates in India
Author(s):
Dr. Prema Latha V
Keywords:
NEP, AICTE, Employability skills, Management graduates
Abstract
Employers frequently view a candidate's achievements in their field of expertise as necessary but insufficient for recruitment purposes. Knowledge and experience earned via academic study are considered as being on par with accomplishments that extend outside the bounds of the topic, such as work experience, volunteering, and involvement in organisations and communities. The current study aims to demonstrate the provisions envisaged by the National education Policy (NEP) and the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) for skill development for management graduates. This is in light of the fact that education provisions have been introduced by apex education bodies in India. The primary emphasis of this study is on the examination of secondary data. The list of talents was produced based on an analysis of prominent university websites, academic literature evaluations, academic curricula, and university entrepreneurial development cells and incubation centres. Both background reviews and stand-alone studies that are connected to NEP and AICTE Provisions were evaluated using a systematic process that involved a review of the relevant literature. The current study is based on a review of 12 previous studies and literature that is relevant to the problem. When it comes to developing vocational education and training programmes, NEP believes that the graduates of management programmes, together with their hopes and aspirations, should be the primary priority. The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has placed a strong focus on the development of entrepreneurial thinking and has outlined a road map to assist in reducing the gap between industry and academia through frequent collaboration to ensure the success of management graduates.
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Unique Paper ID: 161420

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 4

Page(s): 4 - 11
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