Students feedback and effectiveness about professional skill development program of BRAC University career services office
AuthorGomes, Reachel Jeana
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There are some major goals of the study was to find the effectiveness of Professional Skill Development Program and to know students feedback about this program. These topics were explored by means of a quantitative longitudinal study of a sample of PSDP students of BRAC University. A longitudinal study is a correlation research study that involves frequent interpretation of the same variables over long periods of time. Longitudinal data were collected from 100 students of PSDP course of BRAC Universities. These students were followed up during the fall-13 semester; and all of them were undergraduate students of different departments of BRAC University. The foreword emphasizes the importance of PSDP course generally and, more particularly, the importance of focusing on students as the centre of that activity. Student needs through an effective Professional Skill Development program is central to the development of successful job world. Moreover, PSDP guides on focusing on development of appropriate, high-impact student services, and comprise the 'road map' that is followed in developing and providing the critical services and program necessary to enhance student learning outcomes and ensure student success. Entrance into the profession will more and more require grounding and training adequate with the duties to be performed.