A Study on Pedagogy of Practical Subject in Commerce Stream and Technical Implementation into Professional Life in Gujarat District

Year : 2024 | Volume :14 | Issue : 01 | Page : 96-101
By

Vihang S Desai

  1. Research Scholar Department of Commerce, Pacific Academy of Higher Education and Research University, Udaipur Rajasthan India

Abstract

As per the primary theme of our multidisciplinary conference i.e. “Emerging Trends in Sustainable Developments”, first of all, we have to focus on the education system. By providing effective education, students can develop their “insights for tomorrow”. We have a monotonous pedagogy in schools and colleges where teachers are used to teaching with chalk and board, while students have to sit on the bench and learn with the help of a notebook and pen. Still in this modern era, some educational institutes don’t use smart boards and technological-based instruments, so students can learn with the help of audio-visual equipment and also use the internet to get a variety of knowledge. College students need to learn to the demands of their respective professional disciplines. Students must receive relevant and up-to-date education that prepares them well for their future jobs. Therefore, it is important to design the curriculum keeping in mind the current industry trends and requirements. In the field of commerce, very few colleges are implementing professional education for students so that they can build a good professional life after completing their higher education. It is most important in practical subjects like accounting and finance, statistics, income tax, GST, etc. Colleges are the foundation where students can learn about how they can apply their academics in their corporate culture. And it seems that very few students can apply whatever he/she has learned in higher study.
This research aims to study the pedagogy of practical subjects in colleges and their actual implementation in a professional environment. The research outcomes will provide necessary changes in the pedagogy system to better prepare students for their future jobs. So, they can have tremendous growth in their professional career. Primary and secondary data are used in this project.

Keywords: Professional Life, Higher Education, Pedagogy, Practical Subjects, Teaching Method.

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Volume 14
Issue 01
Received February 22, 2024
Accepted March 19, 2024
Published April 29, 2024