Panaji: Chief Minister Pramod Sawant today said that government is serious about the education in general and professional and technical education in particular.
He said that the aspect of employability of graduate students has never been priority and point of concern in our education system.
“No efforts have been put in towards enhancing the employability of the students,” he said.
CM informed about the instructions issued to come out with ways and means of making the graduates more employable.
” We need to look for career guidance and orientation to students at the early age,” he said.
He was speaking during the inauguration of Centre of Excellence for Employability Enhancement (CEE) by Directorate of Technical Education.
During the event, State’s five Engineering colleges- Goa Engineering College (42), Padre Conceicao college of engineering (50), Rayeshwar Institute of Engineering and Information Technology (21), Don Bosco College of Engineering (23) and Agnel Institute of Technology and Design (27), signed all together 163 Memorandum of Understanding (MoUs) with various industries in Goa, India, Canada and US for employability.