COE / Analysis

Before we discuss about our thought process / approach on COE and your first IT Job with STATZONE let us discuss on the analysis and where we stand.

Where do we stand in the economy survey?

Few relevant survey results by survey experts: (Source: from web)

Only one tenth of students of tier 2, 3 and 4 engineering colleges are readily employable, says the national survey of a private educational agency. Even after interventional training, one third of them are not employable, it says.

Low employability a worry:As per a survey, Tamil Nadu has low employability percentage standing at 8.33 % in Information technology sector. TN has about 510 engineering colleges

NASSCOM Analysis:

According to NASSCOM, each year over 3 million graduates and post-graduates are added to the Indian workforce. Of these only 25 percent of technical graduates and 10-15 percent of other graduates are considered employable by the rapidly growing IT and ITES segments.

What we have today is a growing skills gap reflecting the slim availability of high-quality resource in India and the galloping pace of the country's service-driven economy, which is growing faster than most countries in the world.

Why are we facing this concern?

The passion and time taken to purchase a Bike, Mobile, Dress, Entertainment and so on, are pretty higher, than the time taken to analyze for one's professional life. 70% - 80% of themass are less passionate about their growth, open to any job which helps them survive or pays money.

When we are firm in saying NO for a Mobile/Bike/Entertainment? Why don't we say NO for a job which we don't like?

Why don't we have a passion for our professional growth? Be open for R&D, think out of box? Why don't we wake up, anticipate and plan before we complete our graduation? Or when we choose a profession?

Today's trend, requires one to ask lot of question starting from Why? What? How? When? Where?

When you have answers to all these questions, you will then work on improving your skills.

What is lagging?

What skill set are required? Fresher's / Individuals

  • Source: Deccan Herlad
  • Attitude (Sincerity, Ownership/Motivation)
  • Business Ethics/Honesty
  • Grooming/Confidence
  • Communication Skills
  • General Awareness
  • Basic Managerial Skills (Leadership, Teamwork, Time Management etc.)
  • Basic Sales and Customer Service (most entry level jobs require one of these)
  • Domain Knowledge
  • Work Experience

Start spending sometime analyzing on the above skill set on a daily basis as well.