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.

Read the Economic Times news report here.

Topics: #Trends, #Corporate, Skilling

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