NO! The basic issue is that the bulk of our unemployed youth, in particular in the rural areas and semi-urban towns, are unemployable. Hardly any youth in the country who wish to work hard and want to make one’s carrier is unemployed. Days of employment with the government are over and there is no limit in the private sector.
It is correct that our educational pattern is outdated and the educational institutions suffer from the paucity of the staff but even then, with the help of online education, the youth is surging forward.