02-26-2015, 05:07 PM
Kiran Chaudhary, 24, had dreams unicorns when he decided to pursue a career in Life Sciences in 2009. The decision, after much introspection led to the scientific study of living organisms. However, little is know your hard work, dedication and five years of education you leave it work in hand and even his gold medal academics would be of little help.
As Kiran, there are dozens of students with educational qualifications in unconventional areas were forced to fend for themselves as jobs in these areas in this region are limited or just not there.
Left with no hope with their existing qualifications and skills, these young people have been forced to worship any register for additional courses in fields like foreign universities or completely change your racing line and opt for something else.
"It's pretty disappointing. It is time to take note of this situation as students until they scored at least enough to secure gold or silver medals end up working in another sector, as they are unable to find a job profile adapt their training and experience, "Ananda Singh, senior director of youth power consultant based here, told IANS.
The data collected by another company HR based here shows that over 90 percent of students who take admission in fields such as Forensic Science, Biotechnology, Life Sciences and genetic engineering usually face difficulties in finding suitable employment opportunities in this region.
"Most students who have suffered due to the lack of jobs in these areas of study are now taking advanced courses or courses completely different in countries like Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Harpreet Kaur, an educational consultant to the abroad, "Apart from the great discouragement for students is an additional financial burden as foreign education is not easy line, IANS said.
Kiran, who has a master's degree in biotechnology from a private university based in the city, said: "Unfortunately there is no job opportunity available for a graduate of Life Sciences in Chandigarh. We have to go to other cities like Delhi or Mumbai but also not practical as the limited number of job options are captured by students studying at local universities in these cities. Most of my batch mates are unemployed. We are forced to work in completely unrelated sectors Our education just because the city has nothing to offer. "
Dejected, Kiran now has a Masters in applied physiology at a Canadian college. Although this course is different from previous studies, we have no choice.
Manreet Kaur, a recent step-out of the Department of Forensic Science and Criminology at the Punjab University (PU) here, said terry "was a dream come true for me to get admission in PU. Chose this course because My interest and passion towards solving mysterious criminal cases. But as soon as I passed, I found out that there is no work available. "
An alumnus of PU has a Masters in Business Administration, requesting anonymity, said ris "only a few positions available are very useful for pass-I outputs as fresh as it requires a minimum of five years experience job. Now they have decided to opt for an MBA a foreign university. Although it is a costly option and I have done my masters I have to do to ensure a good future. "
These young people feel that the educational institutions in the region should not offer courses for which there is no work available here. "Not everyone wants to go to another place or country to work," Prashant Singh, who is doing after graduation, he said.