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To make the fresh graduates employable, they are taken as apprentices and trained in the industries giving stipend. That is the case of manufacturing industries, where these graduates are trained under experienced hands, to become employable. Here, the actual scenario is, educational institutions are employing students straight from college, who have no opportunity to industrial exposure. What subject can they teach to students without industrial exposure? Apart from their subject knowledge, the incumbents lack in soft skills without which, they cannot present themselves better to the industry. For many of the student folks, education is a burden, not a gateway to knowledge. Any employer who pumps in crores of money into his industry, naturally looks for experienced hands to run his business and does not wish to allow newbies to use his industry as a spring board for better opportunity. As long as there is a healthy industry-institution interaction, one cannot expect better output from new comers to the industry. Positive efforts are needed in this direction.

With regards,

Madhusudan

From India, Vijayawada

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