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REFORMISTS

  1. 1. THE REFORM NATION THEORY TEAM THE REFORMISTS ARUTCHELVAN U.,SHARATH KUMAAR G.J., ARUNKUMAR S., SABEER NIHAD N., RAM PRASANTH A.
  2. 2. E D U C A T I O N SKILL DEVELOPMENT & TRAINING EMPLOYABILITY EDUCATION & TRAINING
  3. 3. Cause Consequence Implication EVALUATION BASED ON MARKS LACK OF SKILLS & MERE GRADES UNEMPLOY- ABILITY & UNEMPLO- YMENT
  4. 4. WHY ENGINEERS? UNEMPLOYABILITY & UNEMPLOYMENT
  5. 5. Skills Description Communication Ability to present ideas with confidence thorough aural, oral and written modes to the larger community Competence in Application & Practice The ability to use techniques, skills and modern engineering tools Interpersonal or Team Working skills Ability to effectively work as a team or as a leader Engineering Problem solving & Decision Making The ability to undertake problem Identification, apply problem solving techniques & formulations Competent in specific Engineering Discipline In depth Technical Competence of specific Engineering Disciplines Understanding Professional, social, ethical responsibilities Ability to understand cultural, global, social and environmental responsibilities Lifelong Learning The ability to recognize the need to acquire knowledge and the capacity to do so REQUIRED ENGINEERING EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS
  6. 6. Learning Changing DoingAnalyzing Doing again SOLUTION PROPOSED Training & Skill Development Plan Categorize and prioritize the recommendations on basis of Impact & Feasibility Process for Implementation Design, develop and Include the process for Implementation Implementation By increasing the choices of course study & enabling greater freedom & flexibility Real time Training in Hard Skills(Technical) in several well established factories. Inclusion of several Liberal arts, science & humanities subjects for techies to develop freethinking & creativity
  7. 7. Engineer Creative Scientific Economic/Socially Responsible Inclusion of Liberal Arts and Science Courses to enable Engineers to think beyond any boundaries Courses like Calligraphy, Drawing, Painting, History, Literature etc., enable a man to relax himself, feel stress free and build up his knowledge on a wider spectrum thereby leading to the CREATION OF LEADERS rather than followers Application of the basic and applied Scientific principles in each and every aspect of his career and life will surely lead to a better tomorrow. Implementing all his technical and scientific knowledge onto every job or task enables that he/she remains a scientific and educated person. Being active in services to the poor and needy through several campaigns, clubs, associations etc., enables an engineer to be a true human being. It makes him/her think for a greater cause than for themselves which benefits them and the nation in the long run I can continue growing only if I help others grow
  8. 8. CASE STUDY (Tamil Nadu) The Central & the State government should make it mandatory for every SMALL/MEDIUM/LARGE SCALE INDUSTRIES both public and private to train a proportionate amount of the under graduate Engineering Students based on the type and size of their industrial facility. This can be encouraged by giving certain tax cuts based on the number of students they train and based on the feedback from the students on the training received. Around 4,00,000 – 5,00,000 students can be trained per year by this initiative. Students of all Four years of Engineering can be trained through this model. REFORMISTS FEDERATION Formation of a single Federation for all the Branches of Engineering and enabling sharing of information and other Technological innovations with several other students from all backgrounds (academic / economic/ social). Every college should make sure that every student joins the Federation and contributes to the successful knowledge sharing and skill development of one and all.
  9. 9. Number of Under graduate Engineering students passing out in Tamil Nadu 1,85,000 Number of Factories in Tamil Nadu (All SSI/MSI/LSI) 3,87,597 No of students trained by the proposed theory In the coming academic years. All 1,85,000 In each class only the top 10% of the students are Trained in companies, whereas the rest 90% students are unable to get the necessary Industrial Training . The proposed model will enable every student to get the necessary industrial training from any industry through proper channel. Increase in skills will lead to specialization in several other disciplines too. PartialityandDemotivation InclusiveDevelopment Current status Proposed Development
  10. 10. CASE STUDY (Tamil Nadu) Small Scale Industries Several organized & unorganized small work shops and Tier III supporters to Tier I industries. Present Work Force 15,00,000 – 25,00,000. Number of students to be trained 1,00,000(one trainer for every 2 trainees) Medium scale Industries Several Suppliers and logistic support companies for the OEMs and the large scale industries. Several small construction Companies. Several Textile & allied Industries(Tier II industries) Present Work Force 10,00,000 – 15,00,000 Number of students to be trained 3,00,000 (One Trainer for every 5 trainees) Large scale Industries BMW, Tata group, Bharat Benz, Ashok Leyland, Caterpillar, Ford, Hyundai, Royal Enfield, TVS Group, Renault Nissan, JK Group, L&T, Nokia, Cisco, BHEL, NLC, ICF, HVF,….(Tier I industries) Present Work Force 85,000 – 1,50,000 Number of students to be trained 1,50,000(One trainer for every 10 trainees) 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 Agriculture Manufacturing NonManufacturing PublicAdministration Construction Transport&… Trade others Employment In Various Industrial Sectors 1999-2000 2004-2005 2009-2010 In millions
  11. 11. FINANCING • Contribution of every student under a mutually beneficial and reasonable scale of Rs.1000 per student per year. • Increased and Strategically deployed central and state funding( 5% increase from the present allocation ) • Funding streams connected to outcomes( Greater Research and research aides, apprentice, better industry-academics relationship ) GOVERNANCE An Autonomous organization directly under the control of the Planning Commission integrated to every Institute of High Learning in India. EXCELLENCESPECIALIZATIONEXPANSION  Free Learning Centric Approach  Faculty development Programs  Globalization & Creation of Alliances and Networks  Institutional Differentiation  Widespread use of latest available technologies  Reducing the knowledge gap between the rural and urban students  Easy model adaptable for every Indian State.  Narrowing the spectrum of study while widening the opportunities to learn & work  Nurturing several artistic & leadership skills through long term access to the industries. OUTCOMES Improved teaching, research & skill development across all disciplines and different group of students.
  12. 12. References • Reports of the Planning Commission of India • National Skill development Authority of India • Several reports from the daily Newspapers, Magazines (The Hindu, India today etc.,) • Reports from the World Bank • Reports from NASSCOM • Reports from the state Industrial Departments • Several comments on social networking sites • National Employability Study - Aspiring Minds • Employability of Indian Engineering Graduates, Prof. R. Natarajan • Youth employability and unemployment , International labor Organization • Youth employment and unemployment, Prof.Mahadev. • Other Internet sources.

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