Shocking as it may have sounded, a report by the software industry group National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM), has declared 75 percent of Indian engineering students, to be unemployable. The report sent education experts across the country into discussion over what needs to be done, as we churn out engineers by the tons only to find a third of them being stamped unemployable.
According to the company's report, IT firms in India reject numbers of percent college graduates and 75 percent engineering graduates due to the simple reason that they are not even good enough to be trained. These students are unable to put their knowledge into practice and so are no good for the companies.
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