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VEDANTA MASS MEDIAJob opportunities in science goes up, says study
 


            

 

  
               Job opportunities in science goes up, says study

 

 

     New Delhi, July 15: Amid concerns over lesser number of students taking up science as a career, a new study has shown that while the percentage of students taking up pure sciences remained static at 21, there was a 17 per cent increase in job opportunities in the field.

 

     In all 27,791 science and technology vacancies were advertised in the year 2005 and 32,362 vacancies in 2006, the study conducted by the 'Manpower Management Centre' for the Centre's Department of Science and Technology said.

 

     The increase in S&T job opportunities in 2006 over 2005 works out to nearly 17 per cent, it said.

 

     This follows as a direct result of the government's efforts to improve the science education in schools and to generate S&T employment.

 

     The government had taken a number of steps like hiking the educational budget, setting up of more IITs, NITs, IIITs and IISERs.

 

     The study points out that a total of 5,612 and 5,549 PHDs in science were awarded during 2003-04 and 2004-05 as per annual reports of the UGC. Percentage wise there was not much increase in students enrolment in science, engineering and technology during 2003-04, 2004-05 and 2005-06. It was nearly static at 21 per cent.

 

     During 2005, 3751 vacancies were advertised for scientists -- 2747 (73.23 per cent) with experience and 1004 (26.77 per cent) without experience.

 

     In 2006, 4381 vacancies were advertised for scientists, 3198 (73 per cent) with experience and 1183 (27 per cent) without experience.

 

 

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