Article: Deficit of chemistry graduates

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Deficit of chemistry graduates

Bengaluru’s pharma companies face a skill deficit with the dwindling number of Chemistry graduates in the city. An increasing number of students in Bangalore opt for technology-centred degrees, thereby creating a gap between demand and supply of chemistry graduates. There are over 60 pharma companies in and around Bengaluru facing the skill shortage of pharma graduates.

Bengaluru’s pharma companies face a skill deficit with the dwindling number of Chemistry graduates in the city. An increasing number of students in Bangalore opt for technology-centred degrees, thereby creating a gap between demand and supply of chemistry graduates. There are over 60 pharma companies in and around Bengaluru facing the skill shortage of pharma graduates.

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Topics: Skilling, #Trends, #Corporate

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