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In simple words, it is not finding a job in a particular industry despite holding a relevant degree and willing to work at industry standard wages/salaries.
It’s not the number of years that a job seeker spends in schools or colleges, that’s going to land a job. What matters is the quality of education and knowledge acquired during these years. Most of our childhood and youth is spent in mugging up textbooks and very less in practical understanding and acquiring skills.
According to a report, almost 2 million graduates and half a million postgraduates are unemployed in India. around 47% graduates in India are not suitable for any kind of industry role. Above all, the level of educated unemployment in India increases with higher education. while, at the primary level, youth unemployment is somewhere around 3.6%, it is 8% at the graduate level and 9.3% at the post-graduate level.
The number of engineering institutes in India stood at 337 in 1990, which in 2017 stood at 6427
Above all, the present education system has become a way of business for most. The fees have sky-rocketed, whereas the quality of education has remained substandard. This tends to leave most youth at the mercy of government colleges, which, by far, are completely lagging behind when compared to private institutes. While increase in the number of institutes in any given field is important in the light of rising population, the quality of these institutes was and has never been touched upon. In India, the rising number of institutes only means compromising on quality of education, probably due to lack of monetary resources and funding.
A very high number of graduates do not have required proficiency in English communication. The role of primary education steps in when we talk about skills. It is important to focus on basic skills like communication and language at the elementary level.
A report says that 48% of urban youth face the problem of getting a suitable job. Of the ones employed, 38% are dissatisfied. This also means lack of good working environment and conditions.
Lack in decent remuneration, especially in the field of engineering and legal studies, have been widely reported by media. While the companies and lawyers might be making it huge, they fail to adequately compensate their fellow employees and juniors. This acts as a barriers for many graduates seeking employment. They will turn their back to the right opportunity knocking their doors, leaving them idle.
Talking about the youth population and youth unemployment in India, according to a source, every year, India sees 8-9% increase in enrolment at the higher education level. India is among the top 5 countries to have highest number of students going to the universities. The problem here is that there is no equivalent rise in the number of opportunities.
The supply of graduates is more than the demand there is. This gap especially widens in the times of recession, when the companies and organisation find it difficult to cope up with the crumbling economy, resulting in laying off of employees, much less hiring new.
Employability Index means possessing a set of qualification, skills, knowledge, understandings, attitude and other personal attributes that make an aspiring candidate more likely to gain employment and be successful in the chosen occupations.
The Employability across India
The employability rate for men in India stood at 39% in 2021, which was a decrease by over 7% compared to the previous year. On the other hand, the employability rate for women in the country leaped from 38% in 2017 to 41% in 2021. This marks a very positive growth for both the business sector as well as the social structures in the country.
Which domains have more employable talent?
In 2022, undergraduates in engineering and technology domains had the highest employability rating at just over 55 percent. In comparison to that graduates with a computer application degree had an employability scope of around 29 percent.