Graduates’ Skillsets towards Industrial Revolution 4.0 Technology in Tanzania
Authors: Joy Joseph, Benson James Lyimo
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Abstract: This study examined the graduates’ skillsets towards industrial revolution 4.0 technology in Tanzania using Institute of Accountancy Arusha and University of Arusha as case study. This study used a descriptive survey research design. The convenience sampling method was employed to obtain respondents. A total sample of 141 students had answered the survey. The primary data was collected by using questionnaires. Data was analysed using descriptive and inferential statistics with the aid of SPSS. Results showed that, they were aware to the Industry Revolution 4.0 technology to the little extent. This study concludes that Tanzanian graduates have weak skillsets towards Industrial Revolution 4.0 technology. This study recommends that, the Ministry of Education Science and Technology to analyse and reorganize existing program curriculum in order to produce graduates who are more knowledgeable, capable, and conversant with IR 4.0 technology. Moreover, similar studies should be conducted, but this time the focus should be on the employees’ skillsets towards IR 4.0 technology.
Paper Id: 230080
Published On: 2023-05-07
Published In: Volume 11, Issue 3, May-June 2023
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