I totally agree with you, Bharat. I am currently studying UX at master degree level. I do not have a graphic design background (academic or professional or even amateur) to be able to impress the employers with my visuals so no matter what I put in my portfolio does not seem to stand out that much from others who do. It’s called a “dribbl-ization” of design.
So, this symptom is not only present in your country but in the U.S. as well.
Graphic designers took theUX hostage and I am afraid the trend is getting worse.