Competition is so fierce that each and everyone is fighting for top honours and the job competition is so fierce in this busy world. There is huge competition for the few available posts and its difficult to find high paying jobs in India. With the ultimate fierce competition there will be more job seekers and the squeeze will go on for some more time. Job offers continue to shrink and out of three one will get hired and the other two will have to find a way out to get another one. The major drawback is that the percentage of students, who got a job offer after applying for placement has gone down at most of the IITs and campus hiring fell by 13% as compared to the last year. Management education prepares students to work in teams, collaborate across cultures and increase efficiency with effectiveness. In this regard, the prospective candidates should be able to converse, communicate and control the system most effectively. It is very clear that the slide in recruitment from what are considered premier technical institutes reflects the possible impact of the economic downturn in India and also globally. It is time to overcome all this with a better frame of mind and still survive as the fittest person in your expert field.
(The views expressed by the author in the article are his/her own.)