Employability Skill Gap Analysis of Commerce Postgraduate Students in Higher Education With Reference To Coimbatore District
Dr. M. Jegadeeshwaran , Kaleeshwari. S
The Indian education system is completely transforming into capability-based training to get into fruitful output. The educational companies are aware of improving and changing the world for Indian’s persisted competitiveness to face the aggressive market. Even though there is wide and high quality filled education the proportion of well-skilled candidates are comparatively low, which is a big task for the employers and the corporates to meet its requirements. Dynamism as a whole lot injected because of this education couldn’t impart the establishment for a regular solution. The competencies gap in enterprises and the postgraduate students are getting widened due to many reasons, each from the part of an enterprise and the candidate. This paper focuses on the above-mentioned critics and the important employability skills that students have and where they lag which creates a gap in them. A skill gap between actual and expected was identified from the findings and the influence of skill and the difference of skills availability among male and female students, it would be an eye-opener for the educations programme to focus on providing skills in which the lag is identified. The findings of this paper say that the students are highly equipped with ICT& interpersonal skills and business skills with the highest loading and other important skills must also be given importance.
Employability, Life Skills, Skillset, Skill gap, Factors influencing.
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Dr. M. Jegadeeshwaran
Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India (email@example.com)