There is widespread belief that the employability of graduates produced in India is low. The limitations become more visible when students take up jobs with multinationals or go to other countries. Most colleges are not yet serious about it as their focus remains on first year's results or vaguely on placements.Employability skills generally refer to the students being able to communicate with others, being able to use modern computer tools and having sound ideas of professional ethics etc.
The fact is that employability skills that should have come naturally to students have become tasks to be learned. This is primarily due to the emphasis of professional education through small affiliated institutions which are not in a position to provide wider exposure. Although these institutions give emphasis on labs, projects, seminars, tours and cultural activities etc. but apparently it is not enough. That is where the roles of universities and to some extent the roles of the newly thought of Technical Campuses come in.