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A Study of the Vocational Education Preferences and Interests of the Indian Undergraduate Students

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Author(s): P.A. Reddy | D.I. Devi | E.M. Reddy

Journal: Bulgarian Journal of Science and Education Policy
ISSN 1313-1958

Volume: 5;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 94;
Date: 2011;
Original page

Keywords: Undergraduate students | Career oriented courses | Vocational education interests | Institutional problems | Employability

ABSTRACT
The study identifies the priorities of vocational educational courses and interests of the Indian undergraduate students. The study was conducted in S.V. University area covering 300 undergraduate students of Arts, Commerce and Science streams. The study identified the more prominent, prominent and less prominent vocational educational courses. Further, studies the association between vocational education interests and the background of the students (sex, caste, stream of study, year of study and area). The difference between various groups of students belonging to above groups in their vocational education interests of the undergraduate students was also identified. The study provided a suggestive list of vocational educational courses for undergraduate students for enhancing their employability.
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