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Samsung sets up innovation lab at IIT Guwahati
"The Samsung Innovation Lab at IIT Guwahati will train students on IoT, Embedded Systems, AI and ML, helping them learn industry-relevant skills and making them job-ready," a statement said. Through this partnership with IIT Guwahati, the academy targets to train over 300 students in the next three years on these cutting-edge technologies, it added.
Indian IT companies deploy hitech technologies at home and abroad
Cost arbitrage on plain vanilla coding is still there but India’s big tech ...
Are Indian bonds defying rate transmission?
Banks earn 5.15% via the repo window while four-year government bonds are yielding 6.55%.
Marginal hike in FPI caps not helping bond markets: Credit Suisse's Neelkanth Mishra
"The token increase in FPI limits is not working because we are not part of any global bond index," said Mishra, who is also the co-head for APAC strategy and chief India strategist for Swiss investment bank Credit Suisse. He said there should be greater differentiation in cost of borrowing of different states based on their fiscal position.
Economic slowdown: Not worried over slow rate of GDP growth, says Ex-President Mukherjee
While addressing at the Indian Statistical Institute (IIS) in Kolkata on December 11, the former president of India Pranab Mukherjee said, "...
Not worried over slow rate of GDP growth: Pranab Mukherjee
Mukherjee, who also served as the finance minister in the UPA government, further said there is nothing wrong in public sector banks needing capital infusion. "I am not worried over the slow rate of GDP growth in the country. Certain things happening will have its impact," he said while addressing an event at the Indian Statistical Institute (ISI).
How India can fix its debt problem
An alternative investment fund (AIF) for our finance industry will at least rekindle sentiments.
$3 billion manager bets on India's beleaguered financial sector
The firm aims to eventually attract $1 billion from funds globally to invest in India.
IIT-M Phase I placements season shows stable campus hiring
Including the accepted Pre-Placement Offers (PPOs), a total of 848 students have already been placed at the end of Phase I Placements for 2019-20 Academic Year. This is around the same as last year (2018-19) when 844 students had been placed at the end of Phase I, the institute said. The jobs include 34 offers to work from locations abroad, the institute said in a release.
Arms sales of top Indian defence firms drop by 6.9 per cent: SIPRI report
The combined arms sales of the three Indian arms companies listed in the top 100 were USD 5.9 billion in 2018— a decrease of 6.9 per cent on 2017. The three Indian companies on SIPRI's list of top 100 global arms firms are Hindustan Aeronautics Limited ranked 38, the Indian Ordnance Factories ranked 56 and Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) ranked 62.
Parliamentary panel for regular recruitment, use of technology by MOSPI
"Ministry should carry out regular recruitment of qualified/trained staff for this purpose. It should not compromise in any manner on the quality of statistical staff at the field level, so that the credibility of the whole process is not jeopardized," the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Finance said in its report on MOSPI tabled in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday.
Meet Licypriya Kangujam, the 8-yr-old Indian 'Greta' who is urging leaders at COP25 to save the planet
The young activist from Manipur has already spoken in 21 countries on climate change.
Sterlite Technologies, IIT Madras sign pact for 5G advancement
"Sterlite Technologies Ltd (STL) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Indian Institute of Technology Madras for sponsoring a chair professorship in 5G," the company said in a filing to BSE.
Walmart to open 25 institutes to train 50,000 MSME entrepreneurs
Over the next five years, MSMEs will receive in-person training, a feature unique to this program, as well as expert advice, access to Walmart's deep global experience and a network of peers and mentors in their local communities.
Piramal Group, IIFL Wealth Management create Rs 2,000 cr fund for realty projects
Real estate sector is facing multi-year slowdown, especially in housing segment, and developers are cash-starved following liquidity crisis in non-banking finance companies, which have been a major sources of funding for builders in the last few years.
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