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How IIT graduates are giving up on their dollar dreams for startups and new-age tech companies
There are some significant shifts in IIT campus placements over a decade — between 2009-10 and 2019-20. These offer insights into the present corporate environment — and the future.
ISRO scientists unfurl antenna of RISAT-2BR1 satellite
"Today at 1400 hrs Radial Rib Antenna of #RISAT2BR1 spacecraft was successfully deploy...
Health-tech startup Arvi launches at-home medical alert system for senior citizens
Arvi installs a smart medical alert system with ‘push butt...
Wrong time to raise GST rates, cautions former GST Council member
This is the worst time to raise the rates of GST on essential commodities. This will further squeeze the spending power of large sections of people. Gowda, a US-educated lawmaker from Bengaluru. His comments came amid reports that the GST Council, chaired by the Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, is considering major changes in the GST rates.
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.
Tiger Global leads $20 million funding round in Infra.Market
The Series A round of financing follows the $3.5 million Infra.Market raised from Accel Partners in August earlier this year.
Want to be an MBA? Why not electrician?
Would you like to be a low-paid MBA or a better-paid electrician? India's answer is clear, and that's a problem.
Companies need to collaborate to move needle on gender diversity: Zinnov-Intel India study
The study evaluated 60 companies from the Indian ecosystem, comprising global capability centres (GCCs), technology service providers, startups, and Indian companies, to gain an understanding of the current diversity landscape, with the intent of baselining key practices to improve diversity.
Infosys awarded UN award in 'climate neutral now' category
Every year, the United Nations honours outstanding achievements in combating climate change through the Climate Action Awards.
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.
How India can fix its debt problem
An alternative investment fund (AIF) for our finance industry will at least rekindle sentiments.
IIM-B takes Goldman Sachs ‘10,000 Women in India’ initiative to Mumbai
The programme is for current women entrepreneurs that have been in operation for at least one year with minimum annual revenue of Rs 35 lakhs and at least three employees.
What ails state-run bus operators in India?
The crisis in Telangana is a reflection of the precarious position of state-run bus operators in India, which have seen their losses swell every passing year. This is particularly worrying since buses undergird India’s public transport system, and cash-starved state governments and municipal corporations have done little to shore up the transport corps.
Topline recruiters make beeline for emerging engineering talent
Top recruiters get early slots at premium engineering colleges based largely on salaries and profiles.
IIM Bangalore launches a programme with Gabelli School of Business
“The programme, with its accent on conceptual building blocks and immersive learning experience through field trips and projects, will fill the long-felt need for a quality programme in the Fintech space in India,” said Madan Mohan Raj, chief programme officer, executive education programmes at IIMB.
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