Employability of Engineering Students- A Report on the Discernment of the Students and Their Employers

  • Ajit Bansal, Pranav Aggarwal, Manpreet Singh, Ramgopal

Abstract

Professional education is the need for the hour as companies pursue technologically sound workers and have the ability to support themselves in any kind of evolving market climate. Reform of the education system is required to resolve the disparity between current employability skills and level of competence at executive level. The current study is an effort to examine employers and employees interpretation of employability skills required in MNC software companies for executive level engineering graduates. It is an exploratory research. The paper indicated that there is significant gap between the learners and the aspirations of their job providers.

Published
2020-04-16
How to Cite
Ajit Bansal, Pranav Aggarwal, Manpreet Singh, Ramgopal. (2020). Employability of Engineering Students- A Report on the Discernment of the Students and Their Employers. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(7s), 582 - 587. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/9904