The decline in employability for engineering graduatesAccording to Wikipedia:
"India is one of the largest producers of engineers in the world. Yet the quality of engineers is quite poor and by some estimates only 7-8% of engineering graduates are employable."
According to the HRD ministry, India has 6,214 engineering and technology institutions. Some states which have maximum engineering colleges/institutes are:
Tamil Nadu. 934.
Uttar Pradesh. around 700
Andhra Pradesh. 512
Madhya Pradesh. around 310
Now the question is why engineering graduates are increasing the unemployment graph? Why institutes are not producing employable graduates? It may be that teachers are not good or students are not good or language problems exist or old. method of teaching or old curriculum etc. Where is the quality of engineering graduates? Is it not a matter of concern?
No matter and regardless of what else you may point, but the sole reason I blame is the system itself for allowing to commonize the engineering education, and thereby depleting the quality.
We should focus on quality instead of quantity. It will improve employability for fresh engineering graduates worldwide.