INDIAN IT PROFESSIONALS
Information Technology may trim 40K middle-level jobs
Mid-level resources, with experience of 10-20 years, account for a 5th of the workforce across IT companies.
Stock investing is about how much you bought or sold when you got it right
Stock buying and selling has become as easy as sending money with ...
Faster lane: Only FASTag payments at toll plazas from December 1
Indian highways are switching to electronic toll collection from Dec 1, in p...
More Indians, including diaspora, heading to Ireland
Ireland enables free access to the EU. Further, on acquiring Irish citizenship under the ‘Common Travel Area Agreement’ between Ireland and UK, individuals can live and work in the UK without requiring any further visa or work permit. This makes Ireland the only country in the world, whose citizens have free access to all EU countries and the UK.
Karnataka to unveil new IT policy next week
The new IT policy would focus on tier-2 and 3 cities, Narayan indicated, adding the government would strengthen educational institutions to become incubation centres in future.
Pay-to-performance may make it tough for banks to lure top talent
The mandate, intended to motivate the top management and make it more responsible, may instead end up reducing the lure of banking sector among domestic and global professionals, some experts warned even while others welcomed the new pay guidelines based on “pay for performance principle”.
IT companies to shed 5-10% of mid-level workforce: Ex-CFO of Infosys
IT cos have no choice but to lay off some of their mid-level staff to become more agile, said ex-CFO of Infosys.
Someday Indians will play for Real Madrid, Barcelona, says Diego Forlán
The Former Uruguayan star opens up about his time in India.
Seven IAF pilots sent to Russia for India's first manned mission to space
Gaganyaan is India's manned space mission which the ISRO aims to launch by December 2021. The project aims at sending the astronauts to a lower orbit of the earth and the spacecraft will have a capsule with adequate supply of oxygen and other essential material and facilities for the astronauts. ISRO is working in tandem with the IAF for the mission.
View: India can’t get by without a big bang
The government needs to revive investment. The only way to do so is to embrace true “big bang” reforms.
Experiencing headaches & fatigue? Work stresses out 84% Indian professionals
The survey showed 84% of men and 79% of women suffer from stress in India.
Tech talent at B-schools set to score high this placement season
Students with engineering degrees, especially those from the computer science, electronic and electrical streams, are back in big demand this placement season at the IIMs and other top business schools.
US discussing deal to reinstate GSP for India: Congress report
In June, the US terminated India's designation as a beneficiary developing nation under the key GSP trade programme after determining that New Delhi has not assured the US that it will provide "equitable and reasonable access" to its markets.
Realty hot spot series: Proximity to IT companies is the main draw of this Hyderabad locality
Its proximity to offices of leading IT companies is the main draw of this Hyderabad locality. The locality has key educational institutions including Indian School of Business, Hyderabad University, International Institute of Information Technology.
Over 100 Indian CEOs, Deepika Padukone to visit Davos for 50th WEF annual meet
The annual jamboree is expected to be even a bigger affair this time because it would be its 50th anniversary and several top global leaders might be present. While the official list of public figures would be announced closer to the summit,speculation is abound that Trump as well as Putin both might be there after both of them skipped last year's Davos.
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