CHINCHWAD, India (Reuters) – Santosh Gurav gained a bachelor’s degree in technology from a mid-tier college in western India last year, specializing in electrical engineering and hoping to land a job in industrial automation.
A combo shows unemployed people posing in front of a chalkboard with their qualifications during a job fair in Chinchwad, India, February 7, 2019. (Top L-R) Rahul Dandwate, a 26-year-old Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) graduate who has been unemployed for one year, Tejaswini Shelake, a 23-year-old Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) graduate who has been unemployed for four months and Mandar Gosavi, a 38-year-old Bachelor of Commerce graduate who has been unemployed for three months. (Center L-R) Ashwani Khabale, a 21-year-old Bachelor of Technology who has been unemployed for one year, Vikas