The beneficiaries are pursuing higher education at different stages and different streams and belong to socially and economically poor families that have a direct impact on their aspirations, access and performance. Like the school education, higher education is also suffering from deterioration of quality, which has resulted in increasing unemployment among the education. … Increasing educated/graduated unemployed youth.
UHET also focuses on facilitating employment opportunity for its student beneficiaries
Out of 1,550 passed out students, 499 are employed; 303 students are pursuing PG.