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January 24, 2017

Skill Development

Harvard South Asia Institute and Tata Trusts concludes project on ‘Livelihood Creation in India’

New Delhi :  The Harvard South Asia Institute (SAI) in collaboration with Tata Trusts successfully organized concluding ceremony for the 18-months project on ‘Livelihood Creation In India’ ( http://southasiainstitute.harvard.edu/livelihood-creation-project/ ) at the hotel ‘The Taj Mahal’ in New Delhi. The event showcased an overview of ‘Livelihood Creation in India’ that focuses on three key areas: Rural Livelihood Creation in

Language Laboratory, Institution-Industry Cell, Digital Payment Mode and various new norms introduced for new accreditation under All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)

New Delhi : Setting up a standalone language laboratory for students deficient in English and confidence-building of those taking up competitive examinations and interviews are essential criteria for any new institute that wants to offer engineering, management or other technical programs. This is according to regulations of All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), which

Industry professionals to lead technical education panels for improving technical education across England

UK : The Department for Education is seeking experienced industry professionals to help shape the future technical education system. As set out in the Skills Plan, ‘panels of professionals’ will develop occupational standards for new technical qualifications, as part of reforms to the 16+ skills system. The reformed system will consist of 15 routes across

Haryana Government released List of ‘Fake Technical Colleges’

Panchkula : In a bid to check bogus technical colleges duping students by offering diplomas and degrees in various courses, the Haryana government has put the names of such educational institutions on a website and issued guidelines in this regard, an official said. A list of technical education institutions “not approved” by the All India

डिजिटलाइजेशन के कारण भारत में सबसे ज्यादा नौकरियां जाएंगी : द स्किल रेवोल्यूशन सर्वे

नई दिल्ली: डिजिटलीकरण का तेजी से बढ़ता उपयोग, बिजनेस और ऑर्गनाइजेशंस में ऑटोमेशन और आर्टिफिशियल इंटेलीजेंस की सबसे ज्यादा मार भारतीय कर्मचारियों पर पड़ेगी जो कि छोटी अवधि में नौकरी कटौती के रूप में सामने आएगा। द स्किल रेवोल्यूशन के नाम से मैनपॉवर ग्रुप की ओर से किया गया सर्वे देवोस में आयोजित वर्ल्ड इकॉनमिक

‘The Skills Revolution Survey’ found “Digitization will hit Indian employees the most”

New Delhi : Increasing use of digitization, automation and artificial intelligence in businesses and organizations will hit Indian employees the hardest in the world in the short term by cutting jobs. A survey by ManpowerGroup—The Skills Revolution—released recently at the World Economic Forum in Davos asked 18,000 employers in 43 countries across six industry sectors

All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) decided to allow Polytechnic <-> Engineering College inter-conversion

Coimbatore  : The  All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has decided to allow polytechnic colleges to be converted into engineering colleges after meeting necessary requirements. It will also allow conversion of engineering colleges with insufficient patronage into polytechnic colleges. To be eligible for the conversion, the institution concerned should have been in existence for

नोटबंदी के बाद ऑटोमोबाइल सेक्टर में लगातार गिरती सेल्स के कारण वर्कर्स की छंटनी जारी, कौशल प्रशिक्षित युवाओं की घटेगी मांग

नई दिल्ली। नेशनल स्किल डेवलपमेंट की एक रिपोर्ट के मुताबिक, भारतीय ऑटोमोबाइल सेक्टर डायरेक्ट या इनडायरेक्ट तरीके से 1.91 करोड़ लोगों को रोजगार दे रही है। इसमें ओरिजनल इक्युपमेंट मैन्युफैक्चरर्स (ओईएम), ऑटो कम्पोनेंट्स, रॉ मैटीलियल फैक्ट्रिस, ऑटोमोबाइल डीलर्स, सर्विस सेंटर्स और अन्य संबंधित सेक्टर्स शामिल हैं। लेकिन नोटबंदी के बाद ऑटोमोबाइल सेक्टर को लगातार गिरती

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