A STUDY OF COMPETENCY REQUIREMENTS AND BUSINESS EDUCATION CURRICULUM IN INDIA

Argha Chatterjee Dr. Narendra Sharma

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Abstract:- Charles Darwin proposes Theory for survival of fittest. To remain fit in today’s world is not only the physical abilities but to be engaged in profession through which one can earn his daily bread and butter. Professionally this ability can be termed as Employability Skill. It is nothing to do with whether you want a job or want to become entrepreneur. For today’s students it is very essential to have these skills not only to grab the employment opportunities but to retain and grow the existing one. This paper consist competency requirements, factors affecting employability, business education curriculum in India and suggestions for students to be competitive.


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