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Context: The Gross Enrollment Ratio (GER) for higher education, which is the percentage of the population between the ages of 18-23 who are enrolled, is now 27 per cent.
Employment opportunities in the government have not increased proportionally and may, in fact, have decreased with increased contractualisation.
Unemployment: One in every five Indian who graduate (or even better) is unemployed. It is almost as if the economy penalises you for getting educated.
Low paying jobs: The highest increase in jobs is at the lowest end, especially in the services sector — delivery boys for e-commerce or fast food for instance.
Social unrest: There is a huge pool of unemployed university graduates with unfulfilled aspirations. This group of dissatisfied, disgruntled youth can lead to disastrous consequences for our society.
Poor quality of ITIs: Industrial Training Institutes (ITI) and Industrial Training Centers (ITC) are post-secondary schools in India constituted under Directorate General of Training (DGT), Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Union Government to provide training in various trades.
By: Shubham Tiwari ProfileResourcesReport error
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