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Why young Indians quit their first jobs

Why young Indians quit their first jobs

Millennials crave career progression, though 66 per cent are under-prepared, Monster's 'MyFirstJob' survey revealed. In a new survey among millennials, leading jobs portal has found that almost one-third, or 29 per cent, of candidates quit their first job in less than a year of joining. Titled 'MyFirstJob', the survey on challenges faced while looking for the first job was carried out among young graduates (18 to 34 years). Further, among those quitting their first job, around 60 ..., 1 week ago

What a year to remember for Indian golf!

Shiv Kapur shone the brightest while the young duo of Shubhankar and Ajeetesh took Indian golf by storm IMAGE: Shiv Kapur with the champions trophy. Photograph: Asian Tour/Twitter New stars emerged on the horizon in Shubhankar Sharma and Ajeetesh Sandhu even as familiar faces strengthened their stranglehold by picking up their own set of titles in a season of new highs for Indian golf.   Shiv Kapur shone the brightest with two titles after a 12-year wait while the young duo of ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Revealed: What young Indian entrepreneurs fear the most

While more students are open to entrepreneurship as livelihood option, a whopping 71 per cent fear failure as a stumbling block in their entrepreneurial journey As many as 61 per cent of students in India consider entrepreneurship as a good prospect to earn a livelihood with a majority from rural areas showing greater willingness to start their own business compared to their urban counterparts, according to a study.   The report -- Amway India Entrepreneurship Report (AIER) 2017 conducted ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Shankar can be back-up allrounder when we travel abroad: Kohli

Hardik Pandya is India's first- choice seam bowling all-rounder and the team management is looking at young Vijay Shankar as a back-up all-rounder with same skill sets for tough overseas assignments, skipper Virat Kohli said today.With Pandya being rested for ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

Don't let me be born a girl in my next birth

[India], Jan 22 (ANI): "Padh likh kar kya karoge? Tum paraya dhan ho" (What is the use of educating you? Your future belongs to someone else) is a statement you will come across in every second home in rural India. This statement is very often used by parents ...
 Sify18 hours ago

4-Nation Hockey tourney: India outplay Kiwis 3-1

A structured defence and clinical attack saw the Indian men's hockey team beat hosts New Zealand 3-1 in the final round robin match in the double-leg Four Nations Invitational Tournament here at Blake Park on Saturday.It was India's young brigade Harmanpreet ...
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Can French farmers learn from Indian grassroots innovators?

Frederick and his wife are computer engineers in Paris, who were working with a company and earning well. One day, a question arose in their mind as to whether they could make a greater social and environmental impact than what they were doing. They left ...
 DNA2 days ago

Kohli slams batsmen after flop show in second Test

'The bowlers have done the job but the batsmen have let the team down.' IMAGE: India captain Virat Kohli reacts. Photograph: BCCI Captain Virat Kohli on Wednesday slammed the Indian batsmen, saying that they were responsible for India's crushing loss in the second Test against South Africa in Pretoria.India suffered a 135-run drubbing at the hands of South Africa in the second Test to lose the three-match series 0-2. The visitors had lost the first Test by 72 runs in the first Test in Cape ...
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Lungi wraps it up for South Africa

On the most sub-continental of pitches, Virat Kohli and company produced the most un-Indian-like batting display to crash to a humiliating 135-run loss in the second Test and thereby surrender The Freedom Series Trophy that they had held after winning at home ...
 Deccan Herald5 days ago

Why India must LISTEN to this man

'Learning by doing is in our genes.''We are applying the wrong method by making our children sit in a classroom for eight hours, listening to someone talk.' IMAGE: 'Teachers are like rubber stamps; when a stamp has a spelling mistake, every impression it creates will have that mistake,' says Sonam Wangchuk. Photograph: M I Khan Sonam Wangchuk is a man of many parts. The education reformist has been working for decades to change the Indian education system. An environmentalist, he has been ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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