Aryabhatta Knowledge University (the umbrella University for All community colleges of Bihar as designated by Education Dept., Govt. of Bihar) and Wadhwani Foundations recently announced the successful one year culmination of a pilot on ... Finalaya.com, 1 month ago
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_ Welcome to the Dynamic Digest, a weekly recap of the latest news happening in our industry. Want the pulse of what's going on in enterprise software and analytics, performance management, cloud computing, data, and other like topics? We got you ...Sys-Con Media, 6 days ago
The organisers of Modi's Silicon Valley event will have only a few hours to get the stage ready after the Shark Tanks' ice hockey game at the SAP Centre ends. Ritu Jha/Rediff.com reports from California on how volunteers are working night and day to make the event a success. Organisers of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's reception in Silicon Valley on Sunday, September 27, have raised over $950,000 (around Rs 6.25 crore/Rs 62.5 million) for the event. Indian-American comedian Rajiv Satyal, ...Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
The Scott Trust, shareholder of the Guardian Media Group, announced on Friday the appointment of seven new board members. The following board members will join the Trust with immediate effect: * Catherine Howarth, chief executive of Share Action ...InPublishing, 2 weeks ago
SENSEX 26379.69 415.72 1.60% NIFTY 8028.80 129.65 1.64% Business Wire India Program managed by the Wadhwani ...Finalaya.com, 3 weeks ago
A galaxy of super-rich chief executives, techies, entrepreneurs, investors with global giant companies like Google, Microsoft, Qualcomm and Adobe are lined up to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his two day trip to Silicon Valley on ...Hindustan Times, 4 weeks ago
Two Indian tech tycoons, Wipro chairman Azim Premji and HCL co-founder Shiv Nadar are in the Forbes first ever list of the 100 richest people in the technology field, dominated by Americans with Microsoft founder Bill Gates at the top….reports ...Asian Lite, 1 month ago
If we want to create more jobs, it is high time, we recognised our budding entrepreneurs and did something for them, says Sashi Chimala, executive vice president, Wadhwani Foundations Investors have pumped in over $2.5 billion so far into India's start-ups. So, things must be going very well for entrepreneurs, right? Wrong. The number, while a record for India, tells only half the story. It is an accomplishment worth celebrating but we still have a long away to go before we can say India ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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