'Modi is a visionary, with a strong agenda. He has the ability to inspire the rank and file of the organisation and will be a hands-on manager.'
India's young demography: To drive growth, 500 million Indians need to be skilled and made employable
In an economy where the unorganised sector accounts for 30% of the labour demand, the mammoth task of skilling 500 million Indians is indeed no mean feat.
ISB receives 831 job offers from Apple, Accenture, Cognizant, BCG, Google and others in its ongoing placements
The Indian School of Business (ISB) has already received 831 job offers for its batch of 2014. This is a 19% increase over 697 offers made during same period last year.
Their ranks are full of young, enthusiastic but raw recruits who need to be honed into battle readiness before the elections.
Infosys plans to hire MBA graduates from Harvard, Wharton, Kellog, New York University Stern School of Business, Chicago Booth and others
Akshaya Patra Foundation, an NGO poviding mid-day meals to underprivileged children, has emerged as a strong contender among employers at IIM-B.
The 10 startups were collectively looking to hire 170-plus graduates from the Class of 2014 at leading business schools.
More and more young professionals are willing to pass up the job security at big cos in favour of the thrill of innovation and sense of ownership.
Undaunted by slow economic growth, top recruiters are preparing to step up hiring from top B-schools, including IIMs, when campus placements kick off.
Goldman Sachs is offering Rs 30 –Rs 34 lakh in some non-IIM colleges, while Flipkart, one of the regulars now is rolling out Rs 16-Rs 18 lakh packages.
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