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Journal: IMPACT : International Journal of Research in Humanities, Arts and Literature (IMPACT : IJRHAL) (Vol.3, No. 9)

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Keywords : Employability; Graduation;

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Most Indian students obtain their engineering course for the sake of a certificate rather than acquiring knowledge that can be implemented practically in their profession. That’s the main cause for India having a lot of resourceful manpower but it is not employed properly. The young generation in India has adequate technical qualification nevertheless insufficient employability skill sets, it is because their focus on technical knowledge much more than soft skills during their graduation level. During the course of their study they never concentrate acquiring the key qualities like effective communication, leadership qualities, time management skills, self motivation, problem solving skills, creative thinking, Computer proficiency, decision making skills etc., but they realize the need of these key employable skills only after a number of failures they face increases during the placement trails after graduation. This paper focuses on the planning of the soft skills acquisition aspects during the course of engineering study without disturbing the preparation of the knowledge in core subjects

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