Abstract—Irony of the education system, the concept of management taught as a part of curriculum of professional education, but not yet able to find its existence for its implementation there. The need for this paper arises from the problem of employability of professional students, who are not enough competent to meet the requirement of the employer. Education system has its grassroots in India from the beginning of our civilization, but with the change of time the system was not able to evolve itself to be in synchronization with requirement of present. Gurukul Parampara (Traditional Education System), very much based on Guru (mentor) and Shishya (disciple) relationship where the Shishya has to stay with his Guru at a place known as Gurukul/Ashram/School to learn the basic values and believes to broaden his competency domain so that he can improve his day to day decision making power and to successfully fulfill/achieve his self actualization need. Evolution from Gurukul to Professional education there is a long time span which has lead a drastic change in values, believes and attitude of the students and teachers. This arises a need to re-think that the education system which we believe that is very much proficient, is it actually so? And if not what are the necessary measures which we can take to meet the present requirement and increase the employability of professional students. The objective here is to develop a proper channel of need identification, module design and lesson planning for the teachers.
Index Terms—Analysis of Training Need (AOTN),Competency, Evaluation, Quality in Education.
Anupa Chaudhary is with the Amrapali Institute of Technology and Sciences, Haldwani, Uttarakhand 263139 India. (phone: +919760174324;e-mail: email@example.com).
Sumit Prasad is with the Amrapali Institute of Technology and Sciences, Haldwani, Uttarakhand 263139 India (e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org).
Cite: Anupa Chaudhary and Sumit Prasad, "Training for Development of Professional Education," International Journal of Innovation, Management and Technology vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 162-165, 2011.