This book explores how the Indian education and training system prepares young people for the world of work and for the requirements of the employment market – because India is a leading industrialised nation with a very young population ...
Author: Matthias Pilz
This book explores how the Indian education and training system prepares young people for the world of work and for the requirements of the employment market – because India is a leading industrialised nation with a very young population and a high demand for a skilled workforce. Indian experts write from a course-specific perspective, offering a comprehensive picture of educational policy, curriculum design and cultural characteristics. The virtual absence of a formalised system of vocational training in India underlines the importance of this research.
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Author: Anand Kulkarni
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book asks fundamental questions about the extent to which India is participating in the global shift towards knowledge-based forms of competitiveness. It charts Indian performance and progress using a unique framework benchmarked against fourteen other countries. In the course of the analysis, critical areas for improvement are identified, and the book provides detailed and objective insights for policy-makers and researchers to facilitate change and institutional reform in India. Readers will derive a comprehensive understanding of India’s performance and prospects as it emerges as a serious global economic player. A particular feature of the work is the development of an original knowledge footprint concept that measures the extent and impact of knowledge development and diffusion domestic and internationally.The views expressed in this book are the author’s.
This publication guides readers to a deeply satisfying experience when coming to India for work.
Author: Daniel Ratheiser
Publisher: Knowledge Must
Everybody who is interested in working in India now has a resource to their make life easier. Knowledge Must's new guide book 'Work in India' is an in-depth resource featuring authoritative information on all important aspects of working as a foreigner in India. In this time of increasingly competitive labour markets, people all around the world look for challenging job opportunities beyond their home countries. India has emerged as one of the cultural and economic hotspots of the 21st century, and has developed into a major competence centre in fields as varied as IT, engineering, and the entertainment industry. "I have a good French diploma," says political science student Barbara Vassou, "but still, it is not easy to find a suitable job for me in France and I don't want to live in a 15 square metre box in Paris anymore after six years of hard studies. In India, as a young professional, my life is much more comfortable and more exciting, too. All the information I need about how to organise my life in India is covered in this guide!" Knowledge Must invites everybody to take a chance to experience one of the most captivating societies in our globalising world and witness one of the oldest, and at the same time most forward-looking, cultures. "In India you can find lots of employment opportunities in fields as varied as IT, media, and development work. However, you need to be prepared to immerse yourself in the complex Indian culture to ensure your personal and professional satisfaction", states author Daniel Ratheiser. Life for foreigners joining the Indian labour market will be so much easier once they figured out the Indian cultural environment. In addition to answering the most pressing questions, the guide features valuable insights ranging from logistics such as visa procedures and accommodation arrangements to cultural background information and inspiration for how to spend one's leisure time. This publication guides readers to a deeply satisfying experience when coming to India for work.
This six-volume handbook covers the latest practice in technical and vocational education and training (TVET).
Author: Rupert Maclean
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This six-volume handbook covers the latest practice in technical and vocational education and training (TVET). It presents TVET models from all over the world, reflections on the best and most innovative practice, and dozens of telling case studies. The handbook presents the work of established as well as the most promising young researchers and features unrivalled coverage of developments in research, policy and practice in TVET.
Technical Industrial Arts and Crafts Schools prepare students for the lower
secondary stage Board examination and are ... requirements mainly of the
unorganised sector and to prepare people for the world of work in general
through a large ...
Author: Padma Ramachandran
A thorough study of the theory and practice if education in context of present day india realities, this exhaustive volume provides an authoritative insight.
The existing Working Plan Code of U . P . is being followed by those States which
have yet to prepare their own compilation . TABLE NO . 27 MANAGEMENT
STATUS IN FORESTS - IN - USE ( After World Forest Inventory : 1958 , F . A . O ...
The 'Forests' volume ... "is intended to give a bird's-eye view of forestry in India at the present time"--Pref.
... been associated with during the financial year 1992-93 . preparation of
Metallogenic Zoning Map of India on scale 1:15 million as a component of
CGMW project on Nature of Work Amount World Atlas of Precambrian
Metallogenic Zoning .
Author: Geological Survey of India
Includes the "Annual report of the Geological Survey of India," 1867-