Employability Curriculum Design Towards Student Centered Applications
International Journal of Engineering Research and Modern Education (IJERME) ISSN (Online): 2455 – 4200 , Volume I, Issue I, pp. 351 – 354.
4 Pages Posted: 28 Jul 2016
Date Written: January 1, 2016
A Graduate's industry and societal acceptance is the ultimate aim of his/her degree education. Therefore institutions in the process of disseminating education should always strive to ensure in creation of industry and job ready graduates. With this requirement as a base, this study aims to design a blueprint upon consultation with industry personnel; which can be utilized to develop further syllabus, curriculum and pedagogy to achieve student centered industry acceptance objectives. The blueprint which is developed as a metrics in this research can also be used as a institutional strategy to incorporate the out of academia subjects embedding into semester system for a comprehensive student skill development process. Moreover the topics can be easily taught in scientific manner by faculties or even self learned by students and is also very student centered.
Keywords: Employability, Student, Curriculum, Education & Institution
JEL Classification: A23
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