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IITM's Green Skill Development Program trains its second batch
"First batch of Emission inventory and Pollution monitoring courses has been completed successfully in 2018 and empowered 24 participants. The course result was 100% which not only reflect the quality of the participants but also their interest towards the training," said IITM. This year courses have been inaugurated on 15th Oct 2019.
Indian IT employees stare at a mid-life crisis
The axe will fall mainly on midlevel employees and those who haven’t picked up relevant skil...
Sports failures teach corporate lessons, dealing with them helps develop skills
IISM announced a course for working professionals which will ...
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.
Indian entrepreneurs grossly stressed, shows study
The study showed that stress due to financial cash flows, fear of failure and disagreements with partners or family members are the top stressors, irrespective of their age and years in business. Majority of the respondents (40%) were in the 40-50 years age group, while 34% were in the 30-40 years age group.
4 Indian-origin lawmakers inducted into Justin Trudeau’s new Cabinet
In the Canadian general election held in October, the Liberal Party bagged 157 seats, the opposition Conservative 121, Bloc Quebecois 32, Indian-origin Canadian Jagmeet Singh-led New Democratic Party (NDP) 24, Green Party 3 and one Independent. To reach the majority of 170 in the 338-seat House of Commons, the Liberals are short of 13 members.
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 UPI.
Cybersecurity a major chink in India Inc armour
The data comes from a study by US cyber tech firm CrowdStrike. The firm covered around 300 senior IT decision-makers and IT security professionals from India as part of a survey of 1,900 professionals across countries.
Indian banks set to take a hit of Rs 36,000 crore from DHFL writeoff
The company’s shares are already down more than 90 per cent so far this year.
View: Haircuts for Indian finance — bald or bold? Signs from the DHFL case
Whether an overworked IBC salon can deliver the equivalent of a 10-minute trim is the biggest question now.
We don’t see ourselves coming into this market to compete with Indian media: NYT Global CEO Mark Thompson
In a freewheeling chat with ET’s Vinod Mahanta & Gaurav Laghate, the 62-year-old Thompson talked about The New York Times’ transformation journey, battle between publishers and platforms and of course, NYT’s running fight with Donald Trump.
ETMGS: Go local to realise $5 trillion economy, say D-Street experts
The day we realise ‘Be Indian, Buy Indian', most problems will be solved, says Nilesh Shah.
Dustlik 2019: Indian Army personnel showcase skills during Indo-Uzbek joint exercise
Indian Army contingent displayed expertise on various skills during ongoing Indo-Uzbek joint exercise in Dustlik. They showcased skills on M...
Highly skilled unit: Virat Kohli’s team, with a lethal fast-bowling unit that is perhaps India’s best
This is a changed Indian unit with aggression writ large all over it. Yes, it is Bangladesh we are playing, but that doesn’t take away from the fact that the Indian fast bowlers are bowling with venom and pace. The team management hasn’t resorted to preparing dust bowls and is keen on playing on true wickets that offer bounce and movement.
Singapore should put in place billion dollar funding arrangement for Indian startups: Experts
According to venture capitalist Mohandas Pai, India is expected to have 100 unicorns, up from 34 as of now, 18 of which are registered outside India for ease of raising funds from global markets.
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