Here’s how educational bodies can enhance the employability quotient of students


In this new restrictive and uncertain scenario of the Covid-19 pandemic, It’s imperative for educational institutions to leverage the lockdown to assess the employability quotient of students, plan interventions to upgrade their skill sets, and make them industry and job-ready.

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According to NASSCOM, in India, more than 3 million graduates and postgraduates join the industry work pool. Of these, only 25 percent of technical and 10-20 percent of non-technical graduates are certified as ’employable’ by the IT and ITES sections in the country. Significant measures must be taken by educational institutions to address the issue of skill gap by carrying out employability assessments in a structured manner.

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