NASSCOM says 50% of engg graduates unemployable

The country might be feeling proud about churning out maximum number of engineering graduates every year in the world, but if one goes by a recent Nasscom study, it is a case of quantity over quality. According to the report by the apex body of software firms, almost 50% of the engineering output in India is unemployable.” In India, there are many engineering colleges of different ranks. There are IITs and NITs on one hand and also many private engineering colleges in different cities and states. The employability problem does not lie as much with the former as it is with private colleges in Tier II and Tier III cities,” said Sangita Gupta, senior vice-president, Nasscom.

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