How do recent graduates of secondary schools in India, now attending university programs in Vancouver Island University, perceive their preparedness to be competitive in a global context, in terms of their functional technological skill set; as examined across both urban and rural and public and private schools?
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The purpose of the study is to provide a deeper understanding of how young Indian students feel about their technological skills when they enter the global world. The study also aims to find out how competitive the students perceive themselves in the era of technology. The small goal of this study is also to advise the Indian department of education about the preparedness of Indian students in the global world.
Identifier (Other)DOI: 10.25316/IR-7055
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