Friday, 21 April 2017

95% of Indian engineers can't code? Veterans Mohandas Pai, Shaw slam report

Former Infosys chief financial officer T V Mohandas Pai described a recent employability assessment study which said that 95 per cent of Indian engineers were not fit for software development jobs as "total rubbish". Recently, employability assessment company Aspiring Minds conducted a study, which said that only 4.77 per cent of candidates could write the correct logic for a programme - a minimum requirement for any programming job.

Pai took to Twitter to refute the claims made by the study. The adjective he used for the study was "stupid". Pai's defence of the Indian techie workforce comes when it is facing uncertain prospects due to global headwinds, tightening visa regulations, automation, and artificial intelligence.

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