Experts sound alarm bells: Dividend can be nightmare, Make in India at risk
According to a 2011 survey by Nasscom, only 17.5 per cent engineering graduates were deemed employable.
Written by Ritika Chopra | New Delhi | Updated: December 11, 2017 8:45 am
The fourth-year Electronics batch at MIT Bulandshahr, UP, has 12 students against a sanctioned strength of 60. (Express photo: Renuka Puri)
AN estimated 8 lakh BE/BTech engineering students graduated in 2015-16, a little over a quarter of those who finished Class 12 Science that year. And yet, over 50 per cent of seats are going empty amid abandoned lecture halls and ghost campuses.
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