Training needs assessment of engineering students: A Case Study

Sardana, H.K. and Arya, P.P. (2002) Training needs assessment of engineering students: A Case Study. Indian journal of training and development, 32 (4). pp. 77-88. ISSN 0971-5592

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Abstract

Training of engineering students in an industrial environment is an alternative to projects undertaken within the institute. The approach becomes more challenging as it puts them in a new environment with the generally accepted goal of improving their application skills. To implement such a scheme requires a coherent effort from students, faculty members and industry supervisors. In this case study, we propose a model for making formal need assessment of engineering students' training which [then] forms the basis of [the training's] evaluation and effectiveness. The [need] assessment is [outlined in terms of] inherent attributes, generic attributes, technical skills and students' basic needs of training. Finally, the students' reaction evaluation and relevance [of training] to job prospects are presented.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Case study; Relevance of education and training; Needs assessment; Work based learning; Training evaluation
Subjects: CSIO > Computational Instrumentation
Depositing User: Ms. J Shrivastav
Date Deposited: 03 Apr 2012 10:06
Last Modified: 03 Apr 2012 10:06
URI: http://csioir.csio.res.in/id/eprint/166

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