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April 23, 2018

Archives for June 27, 2017

HDFC Bank launched skill development center to skill and counsel 13,000 youth under CSR

Mumbai : HDFC Bank under its CSR initiatives launched a skill training centre for youth in Nagpur. Through this initiative, HDFC Bank will provide career counseling and skills training to over 13,000 youth from Nagpur and Bhandara. HDFC Bank will also help over 3,000 youth find relevant employment opportunities in retail, apparel and tourism and

Billionaires Bill Gates, Warren Buffett and Richard Branson said, “There is just one essential skill you need to learn if want to be successful”

Turns out, your mom was totally wrong. There is a secret to success! So forget everything you’ve been told about meditation, exercise, or productivity. The real answer is way simpler than you originally thought. According to billionaires Bill Gates, Richard Branson, and Warren Buffett, there’s just one essential skill you need to be successful: communication.

Hong Kong companies urged to take on more apprentices to encourage vocational training

Hong Kong : The government needs to do more to upgrade vocational facilities and encourage companies to take on students on apprenticeships, the head of Hong Kong’s largest vocational education provider has said. Speaking to the Post on the sidelines of an international conference on vocational and professional education, Vocational Training Council chairman Dr Clement

Madhya Pradesh CM to lay foundation of 645 crore budgeted ‘Global Skill Park’ on 3rd July

Bhopal : Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will lay foundation of the country’s biggest Global Skill Park to be developed in Bhopal on July 3, 2017. Union Minister of State for Skill Development (Independent Charge) Rajiv Pratap Rudy, former Indian cricket team captain K Srikkanth, former cricketer and Minister of State for Skill Development (Independent

HRD Ministry wants skill courses enrollment to be taken into account in Gross Enrollment Ratio (GER) calculation

New Delhi : The HRD ministry has proposed to treat long-term skill development courses as higher education for the purpose of calculating the country’s Gross Enrollment Ratio (GER). GER in higher education in India is calculated for the 18 -23 years age group. The GER for 2015-15 is 24.5 per cent. However, this, does not