1500000 Engineers pass out every year in India, but only 52% of them are eligible for employment, Every year 307000 MBA passes out but 61% of these MBAs are not eligible for employment.
This shows that there is a huge gap between educational knowledge and its practical knowledge, but Skills India Report 2018 wakes up a new hope in this case, according to the report, employability in the country’s youth has increased this year compared to last year.
India Skills Report 2018
An important report has been issued between the ongoing employment debate in the country, the report says that the employment potential of Graduates is increasing in the country.
In the last 5 years, the employment capacity figure has reached at 46 points, 65 % of the country’s population is under 35 years.
About 20 million young people are eligible to get jobs every year in the country, obviously giving employment to such a large part of the population is not a small challenge.
The first stairs to prepare these youth for employment, In the last few years, it has been repeatedly complaining to the companies that give jobs that they get degrees from colleges but they do not have the ability to get employment which is called employment.
But the 2018 India Skills Report says that the ability of employability in the country’s youth is increasing, according to the report, in engineering students employability rate had 50.69 percent in 2017 and in 2018 this increased to more than 51 percent.
Current situation of Indian education
Similarly, B.A employability rate among students which was 36% in 2017, has increased to 37.39 in 2018.
One important thing in the survey is that 84% of the country’s population is sitting ready for internships, but only 37 institutions are willing to give them an opportunity of an internship, It has been said that more companies are willing to recruit in 2018 than 2017.
Let us know that India Skills Report survey is released by the help of Confederation of Indian industry, all India council for technical education, UNDP, Wheebox, people strong.
Because of rising of rising automation and technology decreasing the number of jobs in the country and in the queues of the unemployed people every year is getting bigger.
It is not easy to get a job in lieu of circumstances and no degree is a job guarantee, India is among the youngest countries in the world, according to the India Skills Report 2018, 54 percent of the total population of the country is under 25 years.
According to the report, only 9.01 job giver believe that the job seekers are able to meet job givers’ needs, that means most job givers believe that those who come to demand jobs are not eligible.
Surveys have shown that 80 percent of the country’s engineers are not able to do the job, even the ITI youth are wandering for a job.
Most ITI students are getting equal pay as unskilled labourers.
About 48 percent of the country’s population is women, they have the courage to move forward with men in every field. Today, the share of women in the total workforce of the country is only 28.5 %.
India Skills Report 2018 has expressed concern over the fact that in the case of employment in the country, women are also going back than men.
In the year 2018, the India Skills Report assures many standard jobs and the quality of higher education, statistics, especially on employment potential, raise expectations.
Last year, women’s employment ability was 41 percent, compared to 40 percent this year, While male employment ability has increased by 7 percent compared to last year.
The women’s workforce has dropped by 11 percent.
It has been said in the report that there is a lot of evidence that women are not treated equally on their workplace.
The report says the biggest women’s workforce is 50 percent in the retail sector, manufacturing and Core sector have the lowest 9% participation in the women’s workforce.
It has been said in the report that gender equality can be achieved at workplace only when women and men get equal opportunity for equal work.
In the report, some fundamental things have also been focused on the backwardness of women in the workforce.
The report of 2017 says that 93% of the country’s girls enroll in primary education, But the population coming to tenth class is 62 percent, and by the time of twelfth class, there is a further fall of 26%.
If family or government work on promoting girls education from childhood then its effect will be clearly seen on women’s participation in the workforce and their employability. The girls education from childhood then its effect will be clearly seen on women’s participation in the workforce and their employability.
Professor Yashpal Committee 2009 on Higher Education
According to the committee, less attention is given on graduate course, the committee also suggested changes in the modalities of curriculum formation and said that besides the Center, the state government should also focus on the state level universities.
National Knowledge Commission 2005
Earlier, in 2006 and 2009, when the Knowledge Commission made recommendations on basic changes in education structure in the country, the Knowledge Commission had found that most of the graduates of the country could not write properly to the applications of the holiday.
It is said that linking education with employment and changing course in time.
A recent report said that only 5 to 25 percent of the total engineering graduates in the country have a job-finding knowledge, the same situation of nearly 740 universities and 40 thousand educational institutions in the country.
How Many colleges on 100000 students in India?
A recent survey conducted on higher education states that on an average there are 28 colleges in every 100,000 students in the country, but in Bihar, West Bengal and the states of the northeast, the situation is very bad. In Bihar, there are only 7 educational institutes in Jharkhand and 8 in West Bengal have 11 colleges.
How much Indian government spending on higher education?
In this year’s central budget, provision of 1.3 lakh crore rupees for higher education has been made, it is more than 15000 crores compared to last year, but most of it will be left out of salaries and management.
According to the world, India spends 0.63% of its GDP on research and development, while the US spends 2.79% of its GDP of China 2.07% UK 1.7 and Germany 2.88% on research and development of its total GDP.
India spends around 4.13 percent of its GDP on education, while US 5.38 percent Brazil 5.99 percent and South Africa spend 36 percent more education on its GDP.
There is no Indian university in top 10 top 20 top 50 in the world.