Bridging the Gap Between Higher Education and Industry

03 December 2021


Employers often look to hire people who have relevant skills and knowledge so that once they join, they can start contributing and performing directly on the field, rather than employ their time resources in training less skilled candidates. New jobs need new skills which is the primary challenge due to evolving technologies and changing job roles and responsibilities.

Right-skilling facilities from these professional courses provided by the forward-looking institutes instil confidence in students about their capability to perform practical and this can then do wonders when they enter into a real job. Students who undergo such courses are more competitive in the job market and have higher chances of getting hired, performing better, and earning higher wages than their peers.- Dr. Deepak Bajaj FRICS, Associate Dean and Director, School of Construction, RICS School of Built Environment, Amity University, Noida