Maharashtra has most employable talent, followed by TN, UP: Study

HighlightsMaharashtra moved up from 9th position and Tamil Nadu was up from 10th position of last year as they improved their ranking this year to emerge as the most employable statesThe states that registered a dip in their ranking were West Bengal and Haryana which could not make it to the top 10NEW DELHI: Maharashtra…

Highlights

  • Maharashtra moved up from 9th position and Tamil Nadu was up from 10th position of last year as they improved their ranking this year to emerge as the most employable states
  • The states that registered a dip in their ranking were West Bengal and Haryana which could not make it to the top 10

NEW DELHI: Maharashtra top- ped the list of states with the highest employable talent, followed by Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh while Mumbai, Hyderabad and Pune stood out as the most employable cities, a survey showed.

Maharashtra moved up from 9th position and Tamil Nadu was up from 10th position of last year as they improved their ranking this year to emerge as the most employable states. The states that registered a dip in their ranking were West Bengal (2nd last year) and Haryana which could not make it to the top 10, according to the seventh edition of the India Skills Report 2020 which will be released on Tuesday.

Taking a deeper look at the employability at the city level, the report puts Mumbai on top, closely followed by Hyderabad which saw its entry into the list for the first time. Bengaluru, New Delhi, Pune, Lucknow and Chennai have maintained their presence in the top 10 list over the past 6 years. Nashik and Guntur which made it to the list last year, have disappeared this year, replaced by Mangalore and Coimbatore. The report assessed 3,00,000 candidates from 35 educational institutes across 28 states and 9 Union Territories, who appeared for the test.

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