Academic factories in India churn out lakhs of engineers every year, barely 10% worth employing

August 4, 2012

Aug 4, 2012 – Ashish got thrown out of the interview when he was shown a Vernier calliper and he called it a screw gauge. A mid-sized company had come to his engineering college in Bhopal to recruit fresh graduates. But the interview began on a bad note. Realisation soon dawned on Ashish that his four years in the college and the lakhs his family had spent on his education had been a total waste. Read more.

Post a comment