National Employability Report for Engineers - 2011
In 2009, Aspiring Minds released the first National Employability Report for technical graduates. The report, for the first time, defined employability for different corporate sectors and profiles, and analyzed the percentage of technical graduates employable in each sector.
The present edition is an expanded and more detailed report based on most recent data – more than 55,000 engineers who graduated in 2011. It goes deeper to identify patterns in employability across different regions and kinds of colleges, analyzing in detail the distribution of employability.
Key insights from the report:
- The percentage of ready-to-deploy engineers for IT jobs is dismally low at 2.68%.
- There are considerably more males than females in engineering.
- Concentrating on increasing quantity of engineers has impacted quality drastically.
- The long tail of employable engineers is getting missed out by corporations.
- The quality of education varies drastically, with only a very few colleges at the top of quality ladder.
To read more about the findings and recommendations of the National Employability Report for Engineers -2011, Download the Report