BMP Education And Management Solutions LLP Was Incorporated With The Intention Of Providing World Class Support Services To Aspiring Candidates, Teaching Faculty & Organizations.This Will Be Undertaken By An Unique Approach Which Has Been Derived From An Exhaustive Market Survey.

CORPORATE SURVEY 2010

BACKGROUND:-
In the recently concluded Global Educational Summit, 2010, held in Mumbai by the DIDATICS association had brought to the fore front a few alarming numbers.
  • India has 650 million people below the age of 25.
  • Out of these 650 million people 350 million people come under the employable category.
  • Only 15% of the graduates are employable.


SURVEY:-
BMP Education and Management Solutions LLP firmly believes in an exhaustive survey approach.
To accomplish the same BMP group conducted a Global Survey for working professional at national and international levels. The survey consisted of three sections:
  1. Feedback on graduation
  2. Life after graduation
  3. Feedback on post graduation

The survey primarily targeted three section of the working class: -
  • New joins (Tenure less than 1 year)
  • Tenured Employees (More than 1 year less than 10 years)
  • Top management (more than 10 years exp.)

The mode of surveys was conducted via e-mails in which the respondents were asked to answer a maximum of 25 questions.
The survey was aimed only at Technical graduates, post graduation (Technical or Management).
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE SURVEY:-
  • Employees from Blue chip companies
  • Range of Age-Group
  • Descriptive Survey-25 questions

SUMMARY:-

SECTION A - FEEDBACK ON YOUR GRADUATION

  1. It has been observed that majority of respondents said that their choice for specific technical course as well as choosing the specific stream were their personal interest.
  2. It has been also observed that their primary choice of institute was IIT, NIT, ROORKEE or specific regional university or deemed university.
  3. They also said that the college experience were more of a personality developing experience.
  4. And interestingly a majority of respondents was hoping to get placed via campus interview.

SECTION B - LIFE AFTER GRADUATION

  1. Majority of the respondent with an experience of less than 10 years said that their choice of industry was based on its growth curve but for the respondents with experience above 10 years said that industry was never their concern. It was mainly the job that they were doing.
  2. Majority of respondents said that their current job was not related to their area of study .
  3. The primary reason for changing job was for obtaining a better profile.
  4. A huge majority of respondents said that their graduation just helped them to earn a ticket for applying the job.
  5. 100% respondents said that communication skills are mandatory.
  6. And on the expected lines majority of the respondents requested to stress on communication skill or arrange compulsory workshops.

SECTION C - LIFE AFTER POST GRADUATION

  1. Majority of the respondents with an experience of less than 10 years said that they did not go for their post graduation immediately after their graduation because they wanted to work first but the respondents with an experience above 10 years said that they had financial issues.
  2. Majority of respondents with an experience of less than 10 years said that they would doing masters degree now because they feel they suited to understand and acquire the skill sets that would be imparted to them in their post graduation but respondents with an experience of above 10 years said that they wanted to change the industry where they are presently working.
  3. Respondents with an experience of less than 1 years said that they messed up their graduation and wanted to cover it by doing masterís program but respondents with an experience of less and above 10 years said that they wanted to complete their education in one go.
  4. It has been observed that the tenured professionals said that they took the correct decision to go for a masterís program immediately after their graduation but the new comers said that it has its proís and conís.
  5. It has been observed that whereas the tenured professionals had said that both had their own merits but the new comers said that both were fruitless.