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Job offers: Postgraduate placements jump 49% in first 4 days at IIT Madras
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Job offers: Postgraduate placements jump 49% in first 4 days a...

In what could hint at more research-based profiles being sought out by recruiters, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras has seen a considerable increase in postgraduate recruitment during final placements this year. For the first four days of ... Business Standard, 2 months ago

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A lawyer's job is to explain the law to a judge: Khurshid

[India], Feb.10 (ANI): In presenting a case before a court or a bench of judges, a lawyer must always have the capacity to listen to a judge or judges attentively and, when they tell a lawyer to stop, then he should put his or her arguments to rest, said ...
 Sify1 week ago
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Meet Pradeep Singh Kharola: Air India's turnaround man

Kharola leads from the front. As a team player, he also uses technology to improve processes whether it is training or assessing metrics, a key trait that would help to improve service quality of the national carrier. The new Air India boss has a distinction - turning around  a public transport undertaking to become profitable. Just as Bengaluru exploded as the country's top outsourcing destination, Pradeep Singh Kharola, bottom, left, revived Bengaluru Metropolitan Transport Corporation ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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ISRO Wants Indian Engineers, Issues Job Description; Amazon Beats Flipkart In Campus Hiring!

On the sidelines of buoyant economic growth witnessed in the September quarter, there is some good news from the job front as well. India’s national space organization, ISRO wants Indian engineers with immediate effect, and have released job description for ...
 Trak.in2 months ago

PM Modi Says Don’t Fear AI; Unveils ‘FutureSkills’ To Train Indians In AI, Robotics!

In the last few years, Artificial Intelligence or AI has triggered fears and comprehensions among salaries Indians – Mostly, news about AI snatching away jobs has hogged headlines, and there are sufficient reasons to feel the heat. However, PM Modi has ...
 Trak.in1 day ago
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Budget 2018: What young India needs from Modi Sarkar

Education, jobs, health and more: Experts share their wishlist. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com EDUCATION Uday Salunkhe, director, WeSchool "India is currently the fastest growing economy in the world. "It has an upper edge with its demographic dividend, which needs to be appropriately skilled to add economic value to the nation. "We welcome various initiatives undertaken by the Government to provide thrust to skilling the youth, however, it needs to incentivise higher education ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Soon, lessons on Indian values, ethics for B Tech students

Engineering students will have to undergo a six-week internship, take a paper on environmental studies and also learn Indian values and ethics. Chapters on traditional knowledge and ancient wisdom in science and technology will also be part of the revised ...
 Deccan Herald4 weeks ago
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How the Budget could improve the lot of Indian cities

There has been a welcome focus on fundamental reforms, time-bound programmes that fix accountability and the use of technology. The upcoming Budget could build on these initiatives, says Abhas Jha. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com When I was a young IAS trainee in the city of Dhanbad (now in Jharkhand), my district collector gave me some wise advice about urban management.   He said that, at a minimum, people expect “sadak, safaai, bijili, paani” - roads, cleanliness, ...
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What ISRO is doing to put Indians into space

'The astronaut's suit is already done by a Baroda company and has been tested.' As Indian Space Research Organisation Chairman Dr A S Kiran Kumar retires today, January 14,, he tells Shivanand Kanavi about India's upcoming missions to the sun, moon and Venus. Part 1 of the Exclusive Interview: 'We want 60 launches in 5 years'   What is happening with India's navigation systems like Gagan and NAVIC ? Gagan (GPS Aided Geo Augmented Navigation) has been certified by the director general of ...
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What the Internet holds for India in 2018

Or, what will the Indian policy process allow it to be, says Ajit Balakrishnan. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Our (India's) single-minded embrace of Digital reminds me of our single- minded embrace of Socialism in the 1960s. So, we all clapped enthusiastically when banks were nationalised, wages and price controls were enacted, the State ventured into manufacturing watches (too many were seen to be smuggled) and even bread (Modern Bread). But today we look back at that period as one of ...
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