PROFESSIONAL PROFILE AND JOB COMPETITION OF MINING ENGINEERING GRADUATE OF UNAMBA, 2011
The present investigation’s report is the result of a study of mining engineering graduate of Micaela Bastidas National University of Apurimac, 2011, proposing for that, the idea of an investigation through the following question: What’s the relation of level between the professional profile and job competition of mining engineering graduate of Micaela Bastidas National University of Apurimac, 2011? The general objective is determine the relation of level between the professional profile and job competition of mining engineering graduate of the Mining Engineering Professional Academic School of UNAMBA, for that it has been used a methodological design of history, comparative investigation and the analysis synthesis, descriptive explanatory, deductive inductive methods. The sample is of 61 students, 38 graduates and 23 teachers, all of them participants of the Professional School in study. As strategy it has been applied the instrument of investigation to the students from 7th to 10th cycle during 2010-II semester, to the graduates who already work in economic administrative mining units and to all the teachers of career who now work in the Mining Engineering Professional Academic School, with the purpose to check the hypothesis’s validity raised in the present investigation, submitting to the three groups in the surveys. The Professional Profile is the entailment instrument of an educative offer according to the labor demand, that describes, in formative terms and under a dimensions’ structure, the capacities to develop in the student that make him competitive to the labor performance in all the own productive functions of a mining engineer, and it’s in the level from good to regular, which in the mining world is required to be adjusted and clarified according the levels’ results of relation showed in the respective charts. Made the hypothesis test, it has been evidenced that the student professional profile of Mining Engineering Professional Academic School, of UNAMBA, is partially direct and insufficient according to the professional necessities inherent to the mining labor competencies from the opinion of its graduates, teachers and students, in this way, it has been checked the raised hypothesis.