EMPLOYABILITY OF MBA STUDENTS

Authors

  • Dr. A. JOHN PETER, SAVILENE JULIA GOMEZ, Dr.SATYANARAYANA RENTALA

Abstract

Management students have a world of opportunity in terms of the various fields they can get into. But this doesn't necessarily translate to jobs for all the students who graduate. There is a gap between the actual skills and the skills expected in the workplace. Today, with the fast pace of transformation in several industries driven by technology, environmental factors etc. students need to have soft skills along with updated technical skills in the field of their choice, firstly to get a job and then to hold the job,  excel in it and build a career. The study assesses the placement skills of postgraduate management students in the final year of the two-year full-time management programme in Tiruchirappalli district and adopts a holistic approach to understand what makes management students industry ready in the current scenario and assess their readiness for current jobs. Mixed methods are used to collect, analyze and integrate qualitative and quantitative data in the research process. The study identifies the skills, indicators for each and presents the views of the students, faculty, placement officers and recruiters.

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Published

2020-11-01

How to Cite

Dr. A. JOHN PETER, SAVILENE JULIA GOMEZ, Dr.SATYANARAYANA RENTALA. (2020). EMPLOYABILITY OF MBA STUDENTS. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 10960-10977. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/2788