Who among the following in the recent Lok Sabha election pointed out the low employability of the Engineers in India due to lack of skills and knowledge?
Ram Nath Kovind
In the recent Lok Sabha session On July 15, 2019, the Revered MP from Thiruvananthapuram pointed out the fact of the low employability of the Engineers in India due to lack of skills and knowledge. Referring to the Skill India Report he further stated that 57% of our engineers are unemployable in the domain of engineering and are pursuing employment which doesn’t even require an engineering degree. The two times Member of the Lok Sabha for Thiruvananthapuram raised some serious questions for Honorary Human Resource Development Minister of India. The leader from Indian National Congress also enquired from The Honorary Human Resource Development Minister of India as to what the human resource ministry is planning to resolve the ongoing problem. Revered MP also pointed towards the mismatch between what is taught in the universities and what the employers in the market need. He also highlighted the fact as to how the tech companies are setting up education campuses re-teaching the skills that the students could have learned at the colleges in the first place.
Let's learn some interesting facts about the above mentioned MP from Thiruvananthapuram1) The speaker mentioned above is a two-time Member of Parliament from Thiruvananthapuram.
2) He was born in UK London and raised in India.
3) He completed his graduation from St. Stephen's College, Delhi in 1975.
4) At the age of 22, he became the youngest student back then with a doctorate in International Relations and Affairs from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.
5) He started his professional journey in the United Nations as a career official and later became the Under-Secretary-General for Communications and Public Information in 2001.