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Occupational Aspiration of Youth in Colleges: An Sociological Analysis of Present and Future Position of Youth in Siliguri City


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The present paper was aimed at exploring the occupational aspiration of youth in different colleges in Siliguri city brought out by the variables such as faculty and sex. Job aspiration is directed a young student towards correct path according their ability. It helps to move an individual from one socio-economic position to other. For occupational mobility college youths need to have correct planning and correct training through proper guidance. The major attempt of this paper is to find out the effecting factors which are responsible behind the job ambition or occupational planning of youth in colleges. Youths in colleges are most powerful and realistic to create change than any other generation. They are the agent of social mobility. Constructive aspiration of youth has positive consequences in society. Thus the major thrust of this study was to analysis in details the future ambition of college youth in Siliguri city.

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Achievement, Aspiration, Ambition, Frustration, Hope, Occupation.
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Debasmita Paul
Deptt of Sociology, Siliguri College, India

Abstract


The present paper was aimed at exploring the occupational aspiration of youth in different colleges in Siliguri city brought out by the variables such as faculty and sex. Job aspiration is directed a young student towards correct path according their ability. It helps to move an individual from one socio-economic position to other. For occupational mobility college youths need to have correct planning and correct training through proper guidance. The major attempt of this paper is to find out the effecting factors which are responsible behind the job ambition or occupational planning of youth in colleges. Youths in colleges are most powerful and realistic to create change than any other generation. They are the agent of social mobility. Constructive aspiration of youth has positive consequences in society. Thus the major thrust of this study was to analysis in details the future ambition of college youth in Siliguri city.

Keywords


Achievement, Aspiration, Ambition, Frustration, Hope, Occupation.

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