Employment Express Verband (E2V) LLP is one of the fast growing HR Tech startup.
The company’s portfolio includes solutions under the widely-recognized brand name ‘Employment Express’ for various placement and training services. Since its incorporation, more than 20 colleges having 70+ courses are collaborated with Employment Express.
Along with security products, E2VTechnologies offers:
Professional Education through E2V Academy
Placement and HR Services through Employment Express
E2V Academy (E2VA), a division of Employment Express Verband LLP is a premier institute engaged in creating employable workforce. E2VA is committed towards imparting professional education programme globally with an objective of building a talent pool of professionals to increase employability.
E2VA Certified Training programmes are designed to create professionals that can fulfill the requirement of the industry.
At E2VA, we work closely with universities, educational institutes and corporates. Our Academy also offers online, classroom, corporate and need based training courses with the objective to empower organizations in effectively addressing cyber security challenges and contributing towards strengthening
To be the premier educational institution engaged in creating educated as well as employable work force.
Unemployment is one of the major problem which India is facing, but we already know that skill gap in the candidates is the major reason of unemployment.
Keeping in mind the current industry requirement globally, we propose to associate with our organization to explore the market in your district to provide opportunities to the unemployed candidates and also earn while in the process.
India’s unemployment rate doubled in two years: SoE in Figures
India’s unemployment rate doubled in two years: SoE in Figures While unemployment remains high in both urban and rural India, job hunting is a bigger challenge for the young and the educated, notes CSE’s State of the Environment in FiguresBy Kiran Pandey, June 2019
Employability Survey 2019: Jobs slip away from the ill-equipped Indian engine
On top of a shocking series of revelations is the finding that 80% of Indian engineers are not fit for any job in the knowledge economy.By Economic Times, March 2019
On National Youth Day, know how India can close its massive skill gap and deal with unemployment
India has a lot of unemployed youth, and hundreds of vacancies, but the problem is the skill gap issue. Students are being taught skills that today’s jobs do not need anymore. On National Youth Day, know how parents and teachers can tackle this gap at both home and school.Roshni Chakrabarty, India Today
65-75% of Indian youth entering the workforce are unemployable: Why? India could have secured a $1.97 trillion worth of GDP growth over the next decade by investing in intelligent technologies. But now, we might have to forgo it if we don't take adequate steps to tackle the skill gap issue, stated a recent report by Accenture titled 'Fuelling India's Skill Revolution'. The serious shortage of talent in India is also forecasted in the data showcased by Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM).
"While the basic concepts and principles are present in college curriculum, there exists a gap in teaching and learning pedagogy being followed. With 15 million youngsters entering the workforce each year, corporate India and research institutes seem to agree that 65-75% are not job ready or are unemployable," says Divya Jain.
Jain pegs the reason behind the huge number of unemployable youth in India as inadequate preparation of students in the job area and the lack of proper industry-academia interactions which can help students understand what future jobs will require them to do. Students are simply not being taught the right skills that the industry needs now.