Recently many IT companies are firing their employees during recession but they are given various different reason for firing.
It is being reported from various sources that from different sectors of the company total 5000 fresher employees are terminated this year by Infosys who were not able to pass the FA examination of Infosys after joining Infosys.
Infosys co-founder NR Narayana Murthy has expressed concerns over the ‘faulty’ education system due to which there is a huge talent crunch in the country. And says that freshers do not have skills to help the IT Sector in India.
Criticising the prevailing education system for emphasising on rote learning rather than problem-solving, Murthy said that the situation is seriously affecting entrepreneurship.
Outlining the flaws in the current education system, Murthy said that due to the rote learning culture, nearly 80-85 percent youngsters are not suitably trained for any job, according to a Money Control report.
While stating that the governments play a huge role in providing a better entrepreneurial atmosphere, he said the country is lagging behind in creating a positive startup atmosphere.
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