Employability is basically the ability to gain initial employment. It also refers to the attributes of a person that make that person able to gain and maintain employment.

Lee Harvey defines employability as the ability of a graduate to get a satisfying job, stating that job acquisition should not be prioritized over preparedness for employment to avoid pseudo measure of individual employability.

Lee argues that employability is not a set of skills but a range of experiences and attributes developed through higher-level learning, thus employability is not a "product' but a process of learning.

According to a survey, 90 percent of the youth is unemployed, even after acquiring degrees.

The problem is not with the student, but our curriculum is not employability-centric.

It is just bookish.

We need to change our education perspective.

We need to make our primary education system employability-centric.

We need to have following included into our initial curriculum stages:

  1. Getting along with and working well with other people, such as communication skills and other interpersonal skills. 
  2. Being reliable and dependable: doing what you say you will by the deadline you have agreed, and turning up when you are meant to be there. And 
  3. A willingness to learn new skills, whether those are job-specific or more general.

I would also like to touch most neglected field that is hotel management education.

We don’t make our students learn skills.

As an overview, I would like to suggest that we make our curriculum skill-learned centric, that includes every skill, such as Communication, Cooking skills, Speaking skills, Presentation skills, etc.

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