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The business graduate employability in Bangladesh: dilemma and expected skills by corporate world

Show simple item record Chisty, Kazi Khaled Shams Uddin, Gazi Munir Ghosh, Suntu Kumar 2010-10-07T09:25:28Z 2010-10-07T09:25:28Z 2007
dc.description.abstract Unemployment scenario of the graduate level in Bangladesh has been a serious problem. Lately, graduates are more prone to acquire business education, which is more transferable to the job. Despite that, the business graduates are frustrated with the burden of education, as there are concurrent occurrences of joblessness. However, the prevalent dilemma of employability appears, as there are imbalances due to expected skills/qualifications by the ultimate employers. Analysis of this study tries to indicate this phenomenon by focusing of the skills/qualification (apart from degree, certificate, and diploma) that are considered as important for graduates' employability by the corporate bodies of Bangladesh. Continuous persuasion of immaculate academic results by the business graduates have been identified as less important, whereas more emphasis have been imparted on exposure to the corporate culture and analytical competence. Failure to meet those expected skills would aggravate the situations for graduates' employability. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher BRAC University en_US
dc.relation.ispartofseries BRAC University Journal, BRAC University;Vol.4. No. 1 pp. 1-8
dc.subject Employability en_US
dc.subject Managerial skill en_US
dc.subject Effective en_US
dc.subject Business graduate en_US
dc.subject Corporate culture en_US
dc.title The business graduate employability in Bangladesh: dilemma and expected skills by corporate world en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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