Leap for higher education in India

Vijay GarG
Contd from previous issue
The concept, therefore, not only promotes lifelong learning but also enhances employability by providing intermediate qualifications that align with specific industries or job roles. It allows students to enter the workforce sooner, which can be particularly advantageous for those seeking immediate job opportunities or career changes.
In today’s volatile job market, where career paths are no longer linear, the ability to adapt one’s educational qualifications is invaluable. MEES provides this flexibility, allowing students to align their academic journey with their career aspirations dynamically. “Moreover, it encourages a culture of continuous learning. It allows individuals to re-enter formal education at different life stages,
The system is not just an academic concept but has practical applicability in the Indian educational landscape. (To be contd)