“Bridge the Gap” Abstract of the paper Submitted by Prof. Dr. Vishram Rajhans
For last many years our education system has been under a critical hammer for not delivering the professionals with right attitude and right skills. Currently Following is the lead time for the fresh graduates to become professionals. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Law - 5 years Medicine – 3 years Engineer – 3 years Management – 2-5 years Architecture – 5 years Chartered accountant – 5-7 years
As far as management education is concerned, the basic reason for the situation is deficit in following areas of education. a. b. c. d. Selection of the right candidate Standardization of syllabus Education process Internship or exposure of the live industrial world.
Management science is not a rocket science. It is basically a science to create managers and leaders to supervise and ensure quality in all departments of an organization. The theoretical aspects of the basic management science are not very long or complicated. The development of leadership skills, attitude and values is equally important. It is a common experience in most of the management colleges that candidates scoring excellent ranks in the examinations get selected last on campus interviews. The most successful managers in industrial world usually don’t have the brightest academic credentials. These facts should lead to serious pondering over the status and mode of education. We also need to have a look at the syllabus and pedagogy. We must have a permanent built in system of updating syllabus. We certainly should be on the lookout for the latest systems being practiced by the industry. Our students are future managers. Is our syllabus accommodating the futuristic management techniques? Do we look at our students as management components (like auto-components) who fit into the management machine perfectly right from day one? Somebody should keep on developing the design of this component ? There are many elements of syllabus which...
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