Examining the major inputs that are vital to evolve equilibrium between supply and demand of management graduates
The paper crtically examines the major inputs that are vital to evolve equilibrium between supply and demand of management graduates. The selected major inputs are physical and mental requirements, admission and induction standard, teaching and learning process, quality of human resource, institute and industry interface and examination pattern. The paper reveals tha there needs to be a re-thinking of management education as most of the management instiuttes fail to deliver quality education and training to the admitted students and lack preparing them to meet the global business needs. The reasons are multitudes as there are in-built problems manifested in many ways conftonted by various stakeholders involved in management education. The paper also finds that the major inputs suffer from a lack of systematic approach in their utilization.