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5.1 Conclusions The researcher made conclusions according to the results obtained from the research under the employability, student satisfaction, wages, demand for the training courses and influential factors . 5.1.1. Employability In year 2013 National Vocational Training Institute, Narahenpita conducted both NVQ and non NVQ courses. From Hundred and eighty eight participants sixty six percent (66%) followed NVQ courses. Thirty four (34%) followed Non NVQ courses. Out of hundred and eighty eight participants majority participated is male (71%). Female participation is twenty nine percent (29%). This is because most of participants participated for the research is male oriented courses. According to the data analysis researcher found that fifty eight percent (58%) employing as wage employers. Eleven percent (11%) engaged as self-employers. Thirty one percent (31%) of pass out trainees did not employ in trained trade. Fifty Four (54%) employ in the Information and Technology trade , Twenty Four percent (24%) employ in Construction trade , Two percent (2%) employ in Hotel and Tourism and Twenty percent (20%) employ in other trades such as Beauty /Hair Stylist, Electrical, Automobile Repair and Maintenance and Printing. According to the analysis thirty three percent (33%) of pass out trainees obtained employment after six months. Thirty percent (30%) obtained after three months of institutional training, three (3%) and thirty four percent (34%) obtained employment after nine months and other duration. Employment details are as: Five percent (5%) never employed and not seeking job. Eleven percent (11%) employed earlier presently seeking job, Seven percent (7%) never employed seeking jobs, Eleven percent (11%) engaged with self-employment. The total
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42 of employment, self-employment and wage employment together is more than sixty nine percent (69%). Out of hundred and eighty eight respondents, majority of pass outs said that the computer literacy (72%) helps to find the present job. Forty three (43%) percentage said that the social work was an added qualification to get a job in the society and twenty four percent (24%) said that the sports helped to find out the job. Some mentioned that the culture of job help to get the job at present. From 188 participants Forty percent (40%) of participants followed six months courses. Thirty four percent (34%) followed twelve months of duration courses. Eleven percent (11%) followed nine months of courses. Rest of eight (8%), seven (7%) followed eighteen and three months courses respectively. As per the representation thirty three percent (33%) of pass out trainees obtained employment after six months. Thirty percent (30%) obtained after three months of institutional training, three (3%) and thirty four percent (34%) obtained employment after nine months and other duration. According to the above analysis, twenty eight percent (28%) did not find a job in trained trade. One percent (1%) did not wish to get a job in the trained trade. Eight percent (8%) said that the training received in the train trade is not enough to fine out a job. Twenty
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  • Spring '12
  • Ashok
  • trainee, Vocational education, vocational training

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