Study abroad helps students achieve better education, undergo rigorous training and cultivate research-oriented academic knowledge. But after the education, many students fail to find the right placement. An increasing number of Indian students going to study abroad are coming back to India after failing to get a job there, say industry experts. Even if graduates find jobs, still they have to struggle a lot to adjust with the foreign work environments. This indicates the necessity of inculcating adequate career orientation and foreign work environment awareness for international students, during their college education itself. Especially in a highly diverse economy like Canada, where there are plenty of job opportunities one has to possess cutting-edge skills to make the right move in...
Vinayak Naik, Professor of Computer Science, Birla Institute of Technology and Science
Srividya Shivakumar, Professor, Jain University, Bangalore
Prof. TAHIR SUFI, Professor & Head, Graphic Era Deemed to be University
Dr. Upinder Dhar, Vice Chancellor & Santosh Dhar, Dean, Faculty of Doctoral Studies and Research
Prof. John Dewar, Vice-Chancellor and President, La Trobe University
Professor Abhilasha Singh, Provost and Vice-President, Academic Affairs, American University