Who We Are
Embedding Employability in Higher Education
for Student Success
Key Findings of the Whitepaper
The focus of University 4.0 is to improve the outcome, it recognizes employability as an important objective along with cost, quality, and quantity.
To succeed, sustain and remain relevant, there is a strong need for the HEIs to be future-ready and incorporate aspects of University 4.0.
Graduate employability in India grown to 47.38 percent, a new high since 2014.
Engineering graduates top the 2019 employability table with 57.09 percent followed by MBA pass outs with 36.44 percent
Top 9 states and cities with the highest employability in India. Andra Pradesh tops the state list followed by West Bengal and Bengaluru tops the city list followed by Chennai.
Importance of Student Employability on NAAC and NIRF ranking.
The latest quality mandate issued by UGC that focuses on improving Student Employability.
Comprehensive information on why HEIs should focus on Student Employability.
Recommendations to improve Student Employability that are being implemented by 30 well-known Indian Universities.