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Scirj Volume I, Issue V, December 2013 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796

COMMUNICATION: AN EFFECTIVE TOOL FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS AMONG STUDENTS IN TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS

ELIZABETH AJI MAINA

Abstract: This paper examines communication as a means through which skills acquisition can be transmitted effectively to students of tertiary institutions so they can be equipped for self-reliance. Over the years, students at the tertiary level of education seem to be faced with problems of communication. Such problems affect their enthusiasm or motivation for purposeful achievement in the area of skills acquisition. Effective communication, therefore, is one tool, which this paper prescribes in the process of equipping students with the requisite knowledge for entrepreneurial training. Their ability to identify opportunities for self-sufficiency heavily depends on the extent to which the skills they have acquired are clearly manifested in their lives after schooling. Furthermore, communication will help the students to learn how to utilize the resources or knowledge they have acquired with a high level of innovativeness. This will ensure a better standard of living since jobs can be created and sustained by scores of graduates from the nation's tertiary institutions.

Reference this Paper: COMMUNICATION: AN EFFECTIVE TOOL FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS AMONG STUDENTS IN TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS by ELIZABETH AJI MAINA published at: "Scientific Research Journal (Scirj), Volume I, Issue V, December 2013 Edition, Page 41-44 ".

Search Terms: Communication, entrepreneurship, skills acquisition, innovativeness

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