BARRIERS ANALYSIS OF QUALITY OF ENGINEERING EDUCATION IN PRIVATE ENGINEERING COLLEGE AT JABALPUR

  • Shashank Sharma, Dheeraj Dave

Abstract

The main aim of this research is to understand the continuous decreasing interest of engineering education in Jabalpur and also analysis the reason behind the quality degradation of engineering education. The above written two issues are the main current problem of the Jabalpur engineering education sector and at the same time regularly poor campus selection numbers of the students from last 5 years. From last decades Jabalpur cities leaders and academicians have aim that Jabalpur should become an education hub for students in Madhya Pradesh. But at present lots of private engineering colleges are not running, means they surrender their engineering seats and lots of more turn their interest in other business because lots of seats are remain vacant after completion of engineering entrance counseling. Therefore to understand the root cause of the problems and know the good statistical results of the cause become the main aim of the research. Therefore to solve the quality issues in private engineering colleges in this thesis work first literature survey is done and all the barriers find out from the survey was discuss with experts from private engineering. After discussion and brainstorming 17 barriers has been selected and to know the driving and driven power of the barriers “Interpretive Structure Modeling tool” is used to prioritize them as per their importance. The barriers analysis results were shown with the help of MICMAC analysis and by ISM model. Keywords: Engineering Education; Interpretive Structure Modeling, MICMAC, Self Structural Matrix, Initial Reachability Matrix.
How to Cite
Shashank Sharma, Dheeraj Dave. (1). BARRIERS ANALYSIS OF QUALITY OF ENGINEERING EDUCATION IN PRIVATE ENGINEERING COLLEGE AT JABALPUR. ACCENT JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS ECOLOGY & ENGINEERING ISSN: 2456-1037 INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL IF:7.98, ELJIF: 6.194(10/2018), Peer Reviewed and Refereed Journal, UGC APPROVED NO. 48767, 7(4), 01-08. Retrieved from https://ajeee.co.in/index.php/ajeee/article/view/2702
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