The emergence of private organisations that offer skilling solutions is a perfect marker for the rising problem of unemployability among fresh IT graduates. What other solutions exist to the skill gaps clouding the job-worthiness of the new workforce in IT?
2.11 lakh students were enrolled in engineering courses in 2017-18, only 34,506 students were placed in Karnataka, according to AICTE. This points to a dim overall hiring scene, though IT graduates are only a fraction of this number. Why aren’t fresh IT grads getting hired?
What happens when a community becomes aware of the problems of generating excess waste and hoarding unwanted things? Renting, selling, upcycling – there are many ways to deal with it, and they will all be explored. An enterprising story from Whitefield.
Blue and grey collared workers are integral to the city – garment workers, domestic help, masons, plumbers, sweepers… But what will the future of their children be? In this article, we look at the challenges these youth face in getting the jobs they want and what could help overcome those.
With no influential friends or social network and limited education, where do the children of our domestic workers, security personnel or other blue/grey-collared workers find jobs? How often are their expectations being met?
With low level of skills and willingness to learn, jobs aren’t easy to come by, but in-house training and on-the-job training by the corporates helps improve the skills and employability for management graduates. What does the scenario look like?