GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF  HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
LOK SABHA
UNSTARRED QUESTION NO 938
ANSWERED ON   17.12.2018
Placement of Graduate Students
938 . Adhikari Shri Sisir Kumar
Will the Minister of HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT be pleased to state:-
(a) whether the management, technical and engineering institutions of the<br/>country have failed to provide minimum placement of 60 percent to their<br/>graduate students;<br/>(b) if so, the stream-wise students passed since 2014 to till date and placement<br/>records in the country during the last three years; and<br/>(c) the proposal of the Government to provide 100 percent placement to the<br/>graduates therefor?
ANSWER
MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT<br/>(DR. SATYA PAL SINGH)<br/><br/>(a) : As per placement data of students available with All India Council for<br/>Technical Education (AICTE), average campus placement of the graduates from<br/>management, technical and engineering institutions has not reached up to 60%.<br/>(b) : The stream-wise details of Engineering and Management students regarding<br/>passing out and placement are enclosed at Annexure A & B respectively.<br/>(c) : To encourage 100% placement to the graduates, AICTE has launched<br/>outcome- based model curriculum for UG and PG level courses in Engineering<br/>and PGDM/MBA Programs to make it industry-oriented. Internship has been<br/>made mandatory for students to give industrial exposure to them so that they<br/>may be industry ready after completion of their study. Institutions have now<br/>been made responsible for arranging internships of their students, so as to<br/>enhance their employability.<br/>*****

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