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International Journal of Literacy and Education

2022, Vol. 2, Issue 1, Part A

Lopsided development of education system and job market in India

Author(s): Dr. Rajesh Kumar Jangir and Dr. Ashok

Abstract: A very high proportion of students is enrolled in general education indicates the one problem of lopsided distribution of students between the general and vocational education. This trend has been started since colonial period. The many folds of applications in comparison to vacancies for government job indicate that the charm to get government job among the youth is very high. The level of competition for getting government job is ever increasing. The syllabus for most of the government recruitment examinations seems to favour the general education. The attraction to government job has promoted the coaching culture. Here, the distribution of students in various streams of education system has been discussed with reference to job market especially the government job. Thus, now we can conclude that a strong and acute need is being felt to increase the share of enrolment in the other streams than the general education, viz. vocational education, technical education, and professional education with good quality.

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Dr. Rajesh Kumar Jangir, Dr. Ashok. Lopsided development of education system and job market in India. Int J Literacy Educ 2022;2(1):75-81.
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