The grand digitization of the finance industry: How technology is paving the path towards the future
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At 11.2%, air pax growth returns to double-digits in November
The 12 domestic carriers including full-service carriers Air India and Vistara and budget carriers Indigo, Spicejet, Goair and AirAsia India together had flown 11.6 million passengers in November. The cumulative domestic passenger traffic in the January-November period of the current calendar year stood at 131.11 million up from 126.28 million in 2018.
Digital skills to decide pay hikes at Infosys
In the new digital era, mid-level managers set to get a significant raise once they finish digital training.
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.
IIT Guwahati gets Samsung Digital Academy
The curriculum at the Samsung Innovation Lab at IIT Guwahati will include Internet of Things (IoT), Embedded Systems (ES), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML). The students will be trained on these industry-relevant skills in order to make them job-ready. The 14-week long course will be taught through classroom lectures, assignments and lab room sessions, self-study and mini-projects.
Software Technology Parks of India sets up CoE for automotive technologies in Pune
The newly opened Centre of Excellence (CoE) will collaborate for virtual simulation in upcoming technology areas to improve performance, reliability and create an ecosystem to encourage R&D and entrepreneurship in the ACES mobility space in India. STPI intends to set up 21 such CoEs across India and this is the fifth such centre. STPI is set up by MeitY in 1991.
Digital companies scramble to save on tax as India tightens data laws
The fear for companies such as Google, Facebook, Netflix, Amazon and LinkedIn is that if the servers sit in India, it would be seen as a PE and will attract higher tax. Some are also exploring another route for tax saving. They may consider creating a separate company that would own servers and the main entity would only pay “rent” for using it.
China plans to launch its own digital currency
China's central bank - the People's Bank of China (PBC) - has stepped up efforts to roll out its Digital Currency Electronic Payment (DCEP) as it seeks to stay ahead of the competition among central banks around the world and help preserve financial sovereignty, state-run Global Times reported.
Bhushan Kumar becomes top newsmaker, features in 2019's 'Bloomberg 50' list
The list features Bhushan Kumar for T-Series’s achievements in the digital domain.
Somany Ceramics plans to create a distinct identity, strengthen roots of the brand
The brand custodian Minal Somany is involved with strategic decisions across ATL, BTL and digital platforms.
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.
Your hard disk drive may have been designed in India
Western Digital has made India a key engineering base with several global products developed out of local R&D centre. Push on developing talent is an important reason why most new products created by Western Digital have an India connection. The company has put in place a dedicated training program for its campus hires in India.
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