Campus roundup: Less than 19% engineers employable: new report

Jul 21 2014, 02:26 IST
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SummaryAspiring Minds, the employability solutions firm, has released the National Employability Report, Engineering Graduates—2014.

Aspiring Minds, the employability solutions firm, has released the National Employability Report, Engineering Graduates—2014. It reveals that just 18.33% of engineers are employable and 18.09% get a job. “Low employability among engineering graduates is an outcome of poor education standards & high demand of skilled employees, thereby creating a drastic skill gap. Corporates look for candidates who do not require much training upon being hired,” said Himanshu Aggarwal, CEO & co-founder, Aspiring Minds. The report added that less than 10% engineering graduates are interested to work in start-ups; more females prefer to work in large firms than males; tier-3 town students are aspirational towards large companies; aspiration wise, software roles score more amongst engineers in comparison to others; and females show higher salary aspirations as against male counterparts.

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Sri Sairam Institute holds Budget discussion

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