Due to a growing gap between the demands of the industry and the skills and education taught by the various industries, many students in India are landing up with lukewarm jobs even after getting high degrees.
This is creating a group of over qualified but underemployed professionals in India. This is leading to the rise in dissatisfaction among the youths in the country. It has been seen that many students passing out from IIT have to work in call centers. This is creating dissatisfaction in their minds. The industry have been repeatedly letting the government know that though the students know a lot of theory they have little or no practical experience about the working. This creates a gap and people are not able to find good employment that they should actually get.
The Human Resource Development ministry has been devising newer techniques and ways for making a crossover between the theoretical classes and the practical knowledge of the students so that they will be able to face the practical world outside and get better employment. The government has been devising ways of curbing down this trend and reducing the dissatisfaction among the students for getting underpaid despite their high degrees.