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Vol -  10, Issue- 11 ,         Page(s) : 85 - 94  (2019 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMSH


Education is playing an important role to bring social change of an individual in the society. Skills based education may define as those abilities, attitudes, knowledge and behaviours that must be learn for all round development of the individual and success of the nation. From the psychological point of view skills based education means development of mental and emotional behavoiur skills which enable to individualsto better handle with and success in daily lives. Skills based education is a cross cutting application of knowledge, values, attitude and skills which are importance in the process of individual development and lifelong learning which help manage an individual life in a healthy and productive manner. Educational level and work skills are increasing to making individual more valuable as socio-economic status. A knowledge able and skilled workforce is main human capital for development of any nation. Skills development is known to increase productivity of individuals, portability of employers and national growth. Therefore, educators and policy makers also discovering the importance of skills based education for student’s empowerment at secondary level of education.

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