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Only Education Is Not Enough: A Necessity Of All-Inclusive Services For Technical Education

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  • Prashant Mahajan

    () (R. C. Patel Institute of Technology, Shirpur)

  • Suresh Golahit

    (KVPS's SPDM College, Shirpur)

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Purpose: In addition to create challenging and congruent learning opportunities, it is important for Technical Education providers to create a supportive learning environment to help learners acclimate, connect with others and as well as access well-matched student support services to help them complete their studies and make them employable.Skill building is verycrucial to ensure employability of academia to understand and make sure good jobs. Unfortunately, most of the Technical Education institutes in India have not identified the importance of such services, resulting huge unemployment and dissatisfied students. The purpose of this paper is to highlight supporting and extension services in connection to operating services in Technical Education and students' perception on them. Design methodology: A qualitative research by a survey (through a structured questionnaire) of students who are studying or have studied Technical Education affiliated to the North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon on their perception regarding operating, supporting and extension services offered by TE institutes. Findings: The research revealed that TE institutes, no doubt, are offering good operating services however lags in supporting and extension services. It is also found that students' satisfaction of selecting TE institute is highly associated to supporting and extension service than operating services offered by the institute. Research limitations: The survey is delimited to the Technical Education belonging to North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon and located in Khandesh region of India. Practical implications: India, compared to other nations, lacks formally trained manpower. In Korea, for example, the skilled workforce is 96 per cent, in Japan 80 per cent, in Germany 76 per cent and in Britain 70 per cent but in India it is only 10 per cent.Technical Education Institutes of India, can gain competitive edge in the future, by effective and creative ways to attract, retain and foster stronger relationships with students by interaction and mechanism of the market and industry. This is only possible by lubricating; operating, supporting and extension services, all services combined.

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  • Prashant Mahajan & Suresh Golahit, 2017. "Only Education Is Not Enough: A Necessity Of All-Inclusive Services For Technical Education," Post-Print hal-01483615, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:hal-01483615
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    Technical Education; Quality Services; Satisfaction; Operating Services; Supporting Services; Extension Services;

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