Engineering graduates across the institutes and B-Schools are accepting campus offers from software firms such as Tata Consultancy Services, Infosys and Wipro. The acceptance rate has jumped significantly in the past three-four years. According to the sources job acceptance rates have risen to 85% from 65% three years ago in Wipro and Infosys as well. However there is a mismatch in demand and supply as India produces 1.5 million engineering graduates every year while the available jobs are pegged at 200,000-250,000. While headhunters, recruiters and placement heads at a number of tier-I and tier-II engineering colleges, job acceptance rates on average have jumped well over 10 percentage points in the past three years.