India has the potential to be the human resource capital of the world, said S Ramadorai, chairman of National Skills Development Agency. India has the potential to be the human resource capital of the world, said , chairman of National Skills Development ... Economic Times, 1 month ago
At the moment, the Indian legislative machinery is severely gridlocked, so big growth-inducing steps such as implementation of the new goods and services tax (GST) regime, or an amended land acquisition law look to have been, at least temporarily, ...Livemint.com, 2 weeks ago
Budget carrier AirAsia India has appointed Mittu Chandilya as its Managing Director, which will be in addition to his current CEO role. Now, Chandilya, who has been serving as CEO since the inception of the no-frills airline, would be part of the ...Business Today India, 1 month ago Mittu Chandilya becomes AirAsia India's Managing Director in addition to his role as CEO DNA India, 1 month ago Chandilya new MD of AirAsia India Deccan Herald, 1 month ago Mittu Chandilya Gets Additional Role of AirAsia India's MD NDTV Profit, 1 month ago
Previous story: Tata Sky Establish strong foothold in Karnataka Next story: Mumbai: Coinciding with the birth anniversary of visionary Late Professor C.K. Prahalad and to reaffirm the commitment of stakeholders towards its vision objectives, ...APN News, 2 months ago
US-based Boeing Co. and Tata Advanced Systems Ltd have agreed to jointly develop products and platforms in aerospace and defence manufacturing, and access new markets together. The agreement was signed by Shelley Lavender, president of Boeing ...IChainnel, 2 months ago Boeing, Tatas sign pact for aerospace, defence manufacturing The Financial Chronicle, 2 months ago
:24 pm Edited by admin Confers Academic Degree to 64 Students from Rural Karnataka Bengaluru,August 03, 2015: Toyota Technical Training Institute (TTTI) celebrated its 6 th convocation ceremony and conferred academic degrees to 64 students ...This Week Bangalore, 2 months ago
NEW DELHI: To make India a skilled country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today launched four initiatives as a part of which over 40 crore people will be trained in various skills by 2022. The initiatives launched today include National Skill Development ...Economic Times, 2 months ago Skilling India 2.0: Challenges aplenty Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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