Public – Private Partnership [Ppp]: Need Of Recent Age
Rekha Gupta1, Arvind Dewangan2 and R. K. Mittal3
1. Haryana College of Technology and Management Kaithal, Haryana, India. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. Department of Civil Engineering, Haryana College of Technology and Management Kaithal, Haryana, India.
3. Department of Commerce, S. D. P. G. College, Muzaffar Nagar. U.P. India.
Advanced technologies, new techniques and sophisticated equipments/products are being developed at a faster rate than ever before. The future belongs to those who can anticipate and are prepared to deal with the emerging technologies and changing requirements of business and industry. Appropriate technical education and training are the essential ingredients, which enable the technological manpower to meet the challenges of the modern day industry. In our country, it is being felt that the prevailing practice in the technical institutions is not in conformity with the requirements of the industries. Hence, a better interaction between the technical institutions and industries is absolutely essential for producing the right type of manpower to sustain and promote the industrial growth. This paper reveals that till 1990 a large chunk of jobs for engineers were available either in govt. departments or in public sector undertakings.
Key Words: - 1.Technologies. 2. Interactions. 3. Industrial consultancy. 4. Industrial training. 5. Professionals. 6. Engineers.
Sub Area: - Technical Education.
Broad Area:- Applied Engineering
International eJournal of Mathematics and Engineering
Volume 1, Issue 4, Pages: 606 – 609