Government will take action against increased illegal colleges which makes long promises but do not fulfill them. The course curriculum and all the standards will be checked or it will be declared illegal. The college should be AICTE approved, state government approved etc. If no approvals are taken and the college has no affiliation then it should clearly mention this at the time of advertisement or strict action will be taken against them.
Tulsiramji Gaikwad-Patil College of Engineering and Technology, Nagpur (TGPCET) is organizing Quark 2012, National Level Students Convention. Chief guest is Dr Dinesh Keskar, President Boeing India and Vice President Boeing International.
The 2 day convention will host the following events -
1)DRISHTI (CSE & IT)
3)SRUSHTI (CE & ME)
5)SRUJAN (Hardware/ Software Project Competition)
6)PRAGYA (Allied Technical Events)
I believe that all of us on this earth are destined to fulfill specific purpose in life and once that purpose is fulfilled we leave. We plan our future but as we move on in life we find ourselves on different path and doing something very different from what had been planned. We meet many people in our life time who help us in accomplishing things meant for us. They stay with us and once their purpose is fulfilled they depart. I will quote my example here – When i was studying MBA i planned to work in a good Multinational Company and earn good living.
The Education Employ-ability gap is a condition in which the educational system cannot keep pace with the industry requirements and a gap is created between the two. This increases risks of unemployment as there are very few candidates who are considered employable. According to Kapil Sibal, Minister for Human Resource Development India, vocational training should be introduced to meet requirements of Industry. The problem is technology is changing everyday but the syllabus is remaining the same. Students pursue MBA, Engineering etc to get good high paying salary.
Every day new jobs are created and still we are facing the heat of unemployment. Have we ever thought of why ? Why are candidates not getting employed even after having a long list of degrees in their resume. Is there problem with the educational system ? Candidate ? or the company which is demanding too much ? Have we ever tried to answer these questions. Lets think about the problem and look at it from a different angle. Is the unemployed mass really employable ? If not what are the drawbacks ? We need to answer these questions or else the problem will keep on aggravating.
Doing a good Job and not getting promoted ? Working hard and yet not getting recognized ? There is something which is seriously going wrong. Merely working hard or becoming a good worker will not get you promoted. There are few things which should be kept in mind while seeking promotion from your employer. Let us highlight them one by one.