DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF TRAINING
India has 15697 ITIs, Uttar Pradesh has the most: Govt
Besides, government has envisaged setting up of Indian Institute of Skills with unique features that would make them different from the existing setup of ITIs, Polytechnics, and Advanced Training Institutes (ATIs). The union cabinet has approved the proposal of setting up of IISs at three locations in the country.
Sugarcane farmers in UP were trained to conserve water. 275 billion litre was saved in 3 years
Sugar, which is one of the most water intensiv...
Cisco joins hands DGT to facilitate digital learning
Cisco has signed a pact with Directorate General of Training (DGT) to facilitate digital...
Govt, IBM join hands for Train-the-Trainer programme
As part of the programme, ITI trainers will be trained in basic Artificial Intelligence (AI) skills to use the technology in their day-to-day training activities.
DGCA probe finds ‘alarming practices’ by some airlines
The crackdown came against the brackdrop of accidents and incidents this monsoon.August and September, according to DGCA data, have seen six and two incidents. There were 11 incidents in July — the highest in the year.
Stipulated time over for sanction to prosecute nearly 100 govt officials: CVC
The accused also include officials attached to probe agencies like the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and the Enforcement Directorate (ED), according to the CVC. As per norms, sanction for prosecution of government employees accused of corruption has to be given within four months' stipulated time.
Railways to implement Rs 18000-crore project to run trains at 160 kmph
The railways' target is to operate high speed trains in two categories -- at 160 kmph on the Delhi-Mumbai and Delhi-Kolkata routes, and up to 320 kmph under the ongoing bullet train project between Mumbai-Ahmedabad.
DGCA examining introduction of multi-crew pilot license system
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has constituted a committee to look into the "pros and cons of MPL", as per an order issued by the regulator.
A peek into the Indian Railways' blueprint to roll out private trains
Concepts like waiting list might soon become history if Indian Railways' plans are implemented.
Employability of graduates from new and lower tier B-Schools a challenge: AIMA director general
Every year, only about 60% of more than 3.50 lakh management graduates find management jobs, said Sethi.
Assam Rifles unhappy over ITBP merger plan
This would devoid it of the option of using Assam Rifles in conventional operations along the eastern frontier with China. The ministry has given 7 proposals to the army to get the operational control of the Assam Rifles and merge it with the ITBP.
MSDE, IBM come together for nationwide Train-the-Trainer program in AI
Program will involve 14 trainers across 7 locations with over 200 workshops during a one-year period.
AAI’s disused airfields may be turned into pilot academies
India has 32 training institutes that produce about 300 pilots against the requirement of 800 a year.
Satellite surveillance of trains to stop oil, coal theft
Real-time monitoring of the movement of the goods trains has started in the control office application system through ISRO's satellite.
Amazon India rolls out initiative to hire former military personnel
Under the program, Amazon India will be hiring former defence personnel in supervisory and lead roles, will be rolling out training in cloud computing solutions, as well as hiring in roles of manager, senior manager, and director.
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