Influence of Parental Education and Area of Living in Imparting Vocational Skills through SUITS

: The present education in India shows interest in skilling the younger generation from their school education, to eliminate the low labour force without skills and to reap the advantage in global competition through many skill development and vocational training. Indian government have launched with many universities to gain a global-knowledge economy by recognizing the aspirations of young literates and school children. The present study deals with a successful computer programmes under SUITS (Schools-University-Industry-Tie-up-Scheme) of  IECD (Institute for Entrepreneurship and Career Development), Bharathidasan university, Khajamalai campus, Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu. The present study deals with evaluating about 1138 students from 292 schools located in the states of Tamil Nadu and Puducherry, who are enrolled under SUITS programmes like computer basics, certificate in office automation, logo programming, C programming, C++ programming, 2D animation, web designing and graphics designing are considered as stratum of the study. Descriptive research design was adopted with survey method to investigate the respondents with a structured questionnaire and disproportionate stratification sampling design to collect responses from the respondents. SPSS (Statistical Package for Social Sciences) is used to analyze the results of the respondents. The major findings shows that the parental education is positively associated with the availability and practice of computers at home. There are significant associations among the overall computer programmes under SUITS with the evaluating variables of the skill education through SUITS in the study area
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