Employers perception of university graduates
Hossain, B M Sajjad
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Education is considered necessary for multiple purposes and in some cases, which may vary one to another dependent on situation. Nonetheless, it serves according to the objectives and to the relative importance. The objectives of education is not only about preparing students for a specific careers but also it is all about teaching students lifelong values, discipline, and the ability to explore new ideas and to think independently. Over the decades, some points always have been considered the very common purpose of the education: Preparing for citizenship, cultivating skilled workforce, teaching the cultural literacy, helping to compete in global marketplace. Among all of these objectives “creating more employment opportunities” or “preparing the skilled workforce” is one of the much-talked-about concerns in a number of developing nations. There is a general awareness among the leaders that in order to meet the challenges the educational system must be upgraded. In addition to reforming the whole curriculum and education, system with all advance logistical support is highly demanded too. However, an exploratory survey was conducted for the research to analyze the job possibilities of government owned public university and private university students in Bangladesh after obtaining their graduation.
- ICTERC 2013