Is a degree enough to secure a tech job in India's booming IT sector? Explore the shift towards prioritising skills over credentials. Home to the 3rd largest publicly funded higher education system in the world, India produces some 65 lakh college graduates annually. Engineering graduates comprise 23% of these
In the pre-pandemic era, the Indian Logistics industry, like many others, was undergoing a gradual process of technological transformation. However, as the country emerged from the ravages of COVID-19, the logistics sector like most other sectors had undergone a massive transformation, the likes of which had never been seen before.
Despite having a population of 500 million people in their working years, India continues to grapple with a dire skills crisis. This pressing issue is further highlighted by a report published by US-based digital infrastructure company, Equinix, in November 2022. The report revealed that 74% of IT decision-makers in
"The Great Skills Gap" This one phrase encapsulates a deep rooted and troubling dearth of skills in Indian tech talent. The numbers scream a despairing story. Only about 35% of Indian STEM graduates are employable in the tech sector. For Indian engineering graduates, these numbers are far more shocking.