"There is an improvement in the availability of employable talent at around 47 per cent in 2019 up from 33.9 per cent in 2014," Wheebox founder and chief executive Nirmal Singh said.
The most employable candidates are MBA passouts with 54 per cent of the being found employable against 40 per cent in two years ago, it said, adding BPharma, polytechnic, BCom and BA graduates have also seen an improvement in their employability which has increased by over 15 per cent.
However, there has been a decline in the employability those coming out with BTech, other engineering streams, MCA, technical and computer-related courses, says the survey.
The survey is based on a study by the talent management specialist Wheebox which has conducted the national employability test survey from July-November 2019 with more than 3 lakh participants from 3,500 educational institutions across the country.
Further, Maharashtra tops among the states in highest employability followed by Tamil Nadu, UP, Andhra and Karnataka.
Mumbai is ranked at the top, followed by Hyderabad in terms of the most employable cities. Bengaluru, New Delhi, Pune, Lucknow and Chennai have maintained their presence in the top 10 list over the past six years.
States those saw a dip in their ranking are Bengal and Haryana, which could not make it into the top 10 list.
The survey finds the employability scores amongst men and women both are at par. The talent pool of women can be found in Telangana, Rajasthan and Delhi. While at the city level, Hyderabad, Ghaziabad and Visakhapatnam are in the top three to have the most employable women talent pool.