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British Council And TeamLease Partner To Drive Employability With English certificates

The partnership includes an investment of Rs 7 Crore to subsidise the cost of EnglishScore certificates for 1,00,000 people, helping them to prove their English level to employers

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New-Age Skills For Employability Are About Delivering Experiences: Supreeth Nagaraju, Adobe

"Future skills must be associated with changing the world on experience. It is an era of digital experience and experience in delivering which brings engagement"

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Faculty 4.0 Can Make Education 4.0 Successful

Education and industry meet during the placement season, but they need to sit together often and decide on the demands for education to be industry-ready

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Have A Degree But No Job!

The engineering colleges in India churn out as many as 1.5 million graduates every year, of whom a minuscule seven per cent are considered ‘employable’. BW Education examines this paradox of a scarcity of ‘employable’ manpower and the swarm of engineers with degrees and diplomas, but not job skills.

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Employability Of Engineering Graduates In India: A Challenge Needs To Address

India has total 6,214 Engineering and Technology Institutions in which around 2.9 million students are enrolled. Every year on an average 1.5 million students get their degree in engineering, but due to lack of skill required to perform technical jobs less than 20 percent get employment in their core domain.

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Education, Employability, Employment And Entrepreneurship Will Accelerate India's Growth

This session discussed Strengthening Entrepreneurship by Ensuring an Effective Higher Education Eco-System Trends

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Top 5 Employability Trends That Students Need

Today, in the employment scenario, the demand for skills and capabilities prevails over basic qualification. Employers are focusing more and more on the skilled workforce and hence students should also focus on learning courses that are a combination of both in - school learning as well as on – ground training as this will help them get jobs. To further augment this trend, educational institutions have been partnering with industry bodies and corporates in order to re-align their learning ecosystem and produce a job-ready workforce.

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Education, Employability, And Employment – Bridging The Gap

Since providing meaningful employment and livelihood opportunities to youth is an absolute necessity to achieve inclusive and sustainable growth, given the favourable demographics, the critical next step is to provide skills and livelihood training to people across the learning spectrum from different social groups, improving income and standard of living, not only for the individuals, but their families and communities.

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Let's Make Our Students Employable

The continued focus on primary and secondary education which is mostly dominated by classroom education is critical but the government should also stress on ‘employability’.

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Brexit Had No Affect In University Applications: Prof Robert Allison, VC, President, Loughborough University

The most popular couses among Indian Students is engineering, followed by business and economics, and the third is sports

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