Quality Education: Students’ Willingness towards Professional Courses

Gyan Management Journal
Year: 2018(Jul-Dec), Volume: (12), Issue. (2)
First page: (18) Last page: (28)
Online ISSN: A/F
Print ISSN: 2250-348X

Quality Education: Students’ Willingness towards Professional  Courses 
Bharti Singh

1Assi~tant Professor, Deptt. Of Business Management, Indus International University, Una, H.P. 

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15 Oct 2018

16 Nov 2018

Online Published:
18 Dec 2018

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Education system in any society is the foundation of the society and key to future. If the Quality  education is focused upon with determination then the future of the nation can be secured. The biggest  question that arisesishow it can be achieved? There are number of ways to achieve quality education,  out of which one is to know the interest of the students and provide them the education in that aspect to  ensure quality. The present study, with the help of primary data focuses to know the interest of the students towards  various professions and professional courses after passing their 12th class. The study has been  conducted with the sample size o/300 students who havejust passed their 12th class or studying in 12th  class. They were asked tci tell their preferences towards professions they want to join as carrier, such as  Armed forces, doctor, engineer, police, civil services, bank, private industry, own family business,  entrepreneur, beauty pageant, boutique, radio jockey,journalists,film industry and any other. Further  the respondents were asked to tell their interests to join the course/degree after their 12th from the  given options and they were also asked about their preferences towards various streams of Bachelor of  Vocations.  The present study focuses to conclude most desired profession, most desired program after 12th and  most desired Vocational course by the new generation or by the potential students in the degree  courses.


 Profession, Higher Education, Bachelor, Bachelor a/Vocation.