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90% of Indian engineers lack key skills: Report

Now a report by talent assessment firm Aspiring Minds shows a grimmer picture of the ability of Indian IT engineering graduates

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Apr 12, 2019, 09.54 AM IST
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Only 10%, the report claims, have adequate coding skills.
More and more studies seem to confirm what Infosys cofounder Narayana Murthy flagged in 2018— acute lack of adequate skills of Indian freshers.

Now a report by talent assessment firm Aspiring Minds shows a grimmer picture of the ability of Indian IT engineering graduates. Only 10%, the report claims, have adequate coding skills. Only between 3% and 4% are fit to fill roles like product engineer or startup engineer

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