58% fresh engg graduates dont get placrment
This year. a Hindustan Times report said today.
Is this true? If so what happens to thousands of pvt engg colleges?
Should these fresh grads be reskilled? more
It is true. Quality will ensure survival. If Engineering colleges ca n not produce quality no students will like to go to those colleges. Unfortunately students also are not serious about studies. Thy have to become self reliant to a great extent. Knowledge is acquired by self study and not by class room only. more
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Unfortunately most engineering colleges are operating as shops and because of poor admissions they have SALE these days with 70-80% discounts. Education provides only degrees and very less knowledge and as such the product is unemployable most of times. Graduates must re-skill themselves and concentrate on gaining knowledge and up gradation more
These engineering colleges will go the way, a manufacturer goes, who does not produce acceptable quality materials. And those engineers should definitely try to reskill themselves. If they have passed their exams by unfair means without studying they too will reach their deserved destination. Reskill-reskill and reskill.
It should also be understood that the knowledge is multiplying in geometrical progression. Those who are skilled, talented, educated will also have to continuously update themselves. Remember the competition is fierce. It will be more so in coming times. more