TRENDS IN EDUCATION COURSES.

 Education in India has been undergoing a great change in the recent past. The society and the world today are following a new approach to the education policy.  Agriculture Manufacturing and services industry are the key sectors where the major economics  is revolving. Keeping in view the changing scenario in these sectors the academics have also been incorporating the latest trends in formulating the modalities keeping in view the demands of the industry.

The job industry which mainly caters to the need of the manufacturing and the service industry draw the employees mainly from the colleges as freshers. This   has greatly influenced the colleges, to develop   on the modalities and the courses that are required for the varieties of job requirements.

The courses which were hitherto offered in the basic subjects like the Bachelors in Medicine , Engineering ,Science , Commerce and Arts are no longer sufficient and the market requires various other fields for running their industry which were not sufficient.

With the above objective of late there are courses offered at various levels beginning from ITI, moving on to diploma, graduate, post graduate, and doctorate courses which are more relevant to the industry requirements..

This education sector has also realized the need for new working knowledge and has been offering courses such as  Nursing, marketing, journalism, mass communication, hotel management, hospitality industry, logistics, Para medical services, biotech services, Parma courses, lab technicians in diagnostics centre’s etc. keeping in view the recent market trends.

The courses offered at different level in the various colleges are now slowly adopting a different approach towards education and has been undergoing a change as a need based approach to the industry rather than the dominant conventional and traditional education syllabus.

As these technical skills are in great demand in the market there is an urgent need for reconstituting the syllabus depending on the industry working needs over the conventional and traditional syllabus.

 All the above changes are not enough. The need of the hour is a greater understanding between the colleges and the Industries. Here the colleges and the department of technical education have a greater responsibility. They need to be in constant touch with the relative industries and need to reframe their syllabus, particularly during the final year. They also need to have tie up with the industries and depute their students for a realistic involvement during practical sessions. In fact they need to act as a liaison between the various industries and themselves.

The institutions should ensure that any young student after acquiring the relevant skill is in a position to get a job with these skills. He should also be counseled that he can make to a big career equally well and on par with any other so called elite                 careers and earn a decent salary.

Study at Bengaluru has been advising the students coming out of Xth class while guiding them career path considering all these above aspects                    

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