NEW DELHI: There seems to be a significant skill gap in the country as 80% of the engineering graduates are "unemployable," says a report, highlighting the need for an upgraded education and training system.
Educational institutions train millions of youngsters but corporates often complain that they do not get the necessary skill and talent required for a job.
According to Aspiring Minds National Employability Report, which is based on a study of more than 1,50,000 engineering students who graduated in 2015 from over 650 colleges, 80% of the them are unemployable.
majority of engineering college are opened by politicians & business houses with sole motive to earn money
we learn 48 subjects in engineering in 4 years which can be learnt in a in a year by using proper audio visual teaching methods
what it took months for me to understand in college i got much more complex theories in a 2 -3 hour video in you tube. just scrap the British education system and adopt american. and most important start colleges to educate the parents who thing if their kids are not engineer or doctor he is a looser.
How would you expect a quality? the CONgress provided licenses to people who paid money and was very much at mass production which resulted in a poorest quality.
Most of Engineers in India work in I.T. or other Administrative Jobs its Fact ! So Make In India will allow these engineers to work in there respective field of Excellence :-)
The quality of education or the inability to create the jobs?
We are useless
I came across a mechanical engineer who could not simply understand the concept of lawn mower! This is a classic example of our education system