Best Industry Oriented College is built not only by providing a good placement in a reputed company but also what students learn during the course and how that content is fitting into the curriculum as well as the upcoming essentiality of the Industry also not failing to neglect here automation plays a UNIQUE role as a result of Globalization for moulding and developing a JOB READY GRADUATES.
Here, mainly we lay importance into as in how curriculum & instructions have developed worldwide and what factors might take shape in the up-coming future evolution.
As, technological innovations have transformed into contemporary industry and our day to day life, new questions about what graduates must know and be able to do- whether new programmes and approaches for learning and culture can be more effective than the longstanding factory model of schooling – are driving experimentation and innovation in curriculum and instruction, as well as encouraging closer looks at how high-performing countries are preparing their students for the Worldwide Society.
Reviewing a few works of literature and some panel discussions which point directly towards the skill gap that exists between the need of the present Industry and the skillset being developed among the technical & management graduates. There is a need to developed educational related programmes as per the requirement of present-day industry and create a favourable aura in technical institutions for quality instruction (both theoretical and practical) to develop the required competencies among technical & management students.
Here following, are few proposed actions have been listed for Improving Curriculum and Instructional Processes focusing both into Engineering and Management courses:
•    All instructional processes must be designed in order to provide flexibility and allow Self- pacing.
•    Innovative approaches in the design of curriculums can be used to provide enrichment experiences to students.
•    Apart from the proper syllabus, tracks should be moved towards subject related to humanities & social sciences, management, professional ethics & values, environmental engineering, sustainable development, engineering and project management needs to be included.
•    Emphasis on soft Skills such as communication, creativity, leadership, working in Teams, Interpersonal skills, lifelong learning must find a place in the educational programme or modules of various courses.
•    Industry involvement needs to ensure an educational programme design process to make it applicable & suitable for the requirement of the Global Market. Also to uphill and enhance the employability of the degree holders.
•    Emphasis needs to be laid into how the instruction processes and evaluation processes as in how to introduce them so that it is easily taken by the students.
•    The introduction of Structured Industrial On-The-Job training at least for six months at the end of the last semester must be provided to the Graduates.
•    A booklet consisting of queries related to various aspects of Industrial-Organizational formation, processes, products, latest technology, unwelcome or difficult issues, application of learnt concepts, the basic platform and procedures etc., need to be modelled accordingly.
•    Learning Concepts must be updated, modified & revised on a frequent basis based on systematic feedback from the graduates, lectures, degree holders and Industry or Organization experience holder.
•    Situation studies, case studies, On-field learning, Peer-learning opportunities, brainstorming sessions, survey sessions and Industry- Academic Exchange Activities can be positive support in providing the required industrial exposure for the lecturers as well as the graduates for a crystal clear picture.
The strategies suggested here are based on the current and modern technical education system which could be implemented for creating a Global Society and in turn, will enhance the employability of the Graduates.