Need of the hour and lessons for female management graduate’s employability in IT Industry
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Human capital is generated in the form of know-how and competence in schooling and training, which increase the productive capacity of employees. Since education is generally views itself as a means of skill growth, it is considered part of the continuum of capital creation. The key argument among economists is that, thus, is that as the demand for educational training increases, the various forms of schooling will grow to meet it. Though workforce-capability is a considerable obstacle, unfortunately, many jobs’ seekers lack of it is a suitable training opportunity are a bigger problem. In the other side, India has the world's largest pool of great scientists and engineers, owing to a gap between those who find a place in academia and those who are effective in the business world, India has been unable to fully tap into their talents. This problem is prominent among female graduates. The aspects and human resources management of employment abilities that universities develop includes, but not limited to, human resources skills and capabilities. The overall goal of this study is to establish learning methods for the university graduates. It aims to identify current female student skills and to discover how training for effective knowledge management can support these abilities and the value they generate. The study is descriptive in nature and sample is derived from three different stake holders of graduate’s employability – n=100 Female Students, n=50 Lecturers and n=50 HR of IT industry, Convenient sampling technique was used due select the sample under the study Fuzzy analytics technique is used to rank the employability skills in preference of its need to become employable in IT sector from 3 stake holders’ perspectives. Further, ANOVA is used to understand the difference in perception of the 3 stakeholders in relation to need for employability skills. Findings of the study reveal that there is a gap between the student understanding of KSA , Lecturers and perception and actual requirements of the Industry. The recruiter FAHP approach shows that skills rank top, attitudes second and Knowledge last in employability and recruiting process. The study further suggest the opportunities available for female graduate by State Government to enhance their skills and also some important insights from the recruiters are illustrated.
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