Possibilities of Developing Concept of Career Readiness among Indian Students at Post-Secondary Level; A Review Based Analysis

July 2013
Indian Journal of Higher Education;Jul-Dec2013, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p65
Academic Journal
Career readiness is conceptual term related with the level of predicting success in future vocational or occupational field. It related with several factors mainly under broad category of cognitive and non-cognitive dimension. The career readiness directly related with secondary and higher secondary education and fully manifested in post-secondary level. Indian philosophical concept of career readiness also have similarity in most of the cases to making professionals, but Indian education also highlighted human morality and respect for others.


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