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Lack of Innovation in Teaching

Lack of innovation in teaching has left us with a mismatch between the demand and supply of qualified manpower in the country, said Vice-Chancellor of Bharathiar University (BU) Prof G Thiruvasagam here on Wednesday.

Speaking during the pre-entry training program for newly recruited government college teachers at the BU, the V-C said the students who pass out of college are not able to land jobs as their education has not equipped them with the skills necessary for the industry.

"Out of the 30 lakh students who pass out of colleges in India, only 10 percent are able to get jobs" he pointed out adding that 0.49 percentage of the GDP was allocated for higher education without any positive outcome.

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