Monday, 1 April 2013
MUMBAI: Indian companies
are increasingly complaining about the lack of quality talent at the
entry level and more so in the IT/ITeS services space which recruits
fresh graduates in huge numbers. According to a research conducted by a
consulting firm, the findings of which were exclusively shared with TOI,
only students from tier 1 engineering colleges, like the IITs and NITs,
which constitute 4.5% of the overall engineering graduates, are fit to
work in software products firms like Microsoft and Google given the kind
of skills these companies need. On the other hand, 45% of students from
tier 1, 2 and 3 colleges are employable by IT/ITeS services companies
like Infosys and Wipro, reflecting the hiring challenges these
technology firms grapple with in a fast-changing industry.
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