Employability Skills for Engineering Graduates: A Formula to Success in the Era of Science and Technology
Dr. Abhijeet Dawle, Dr. Balaji Shinde, Dr. Sanjay Shrivastava
Employability skills, Effective Communication, Soft skills, Engineers
Researchers and policymakers have used the term employable in discussions on employment. Years of research have shown that the lack of employability skills among engineering graduates is the main cause of the unemployment issue we are currently experiencing. Employers place a strong emphasis on employable skills in the age of science and technology. India’s high unemployment rate is due to a lack of modern, marketable skills. Around 97% of engineering graduates, according to a survey by Aspiring Minds, want to work in software engineering or core engineering. Yet, just 3% of people possess the abilities required to work in the software or product industries, and only 7% are competent enough to perform basic technical tasks. The goal of this research paper is to provide engineering graduates with the employability skills they need to succeed and become resourceful citizens who can benefit the entire country.
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Unique Paper ID: 158628

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 10

Page(s): 170 - 173
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