Impact of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) on Employability

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Technical education becomes the need of the hour as organizations are looking for employees who are technically sound and has the capacity to accommodate themselves in any kind of changing business environment. Flexibility comes first followed by the knowledge and expertise. There is need for educational sector reform to address the gap between existing employability skills and skill levels at entry level job. Most of the literatures observed the gap that exists in the present scenario. There is a specific need from the employer that they are looking for people who do not have basic skills but a diversity of knowledge that helps them to achieve business optimization. The present paper is an effort to understand the importance of ICT and employability. This paper is a kind of review and the objective of the paper is to understand the role of ICT in employability and to undertake an intensive empirical study based on the various research gaps identified from such reviews. Only secondary data included, for which the information collected by visiting various libraries and with the help of online journals for this paper. The present study will definitely give new dimension to all existing literatures.




Mohapatra*, M. … Das, S. (2019). Impact of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) on Employability. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 9(2), 4477–4480.

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