Value of project management education in the information and communication technology undergraduate curriculum

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Gupta, Samarth
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MBA in Project Management
Dublin Business School
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The research primarily focuses on the need of Project Management education and skills among the information and communication technologies’ undergraduates who the driving factor of an organization’s growth in terms of project success. Although the world is evolving towards the specific skill set but when it comes to hiring every organization looks for a wide horizon of skills in the applicant. The research will look what point does the ICT undergraduates hold on to with respect to having project management skills along with their technical knowledge in IT. On the second note it also tends to analyse the professional view on the value of project management in Information and Communication Technologies industry and the impact that project management education at an undergraduate level would have in techno-based companies. The document shall explore each and every aspect of the research question in detailed depth and will outline the perspectives of the population consisting of working professionals and undergraduate students. This research tends to see the importance project management holds in the ICT industry under what scenarios would it be beneficial for the students to learn it at an early stage to benefit the organisation and themselves in a long term.