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2018 will exhibit spectacular opportunities in Skill development, innovation based technologies and Smart courses.

  Talent analytics will be the focus area                    The year 2018 will be the year of skill development, innovation based technologies, Talent analytics, automation, advanced IT and smart courses. Services sector will create 70 percent employment opportunities in the country. New Year will exhibit spectacular growth employee recruitment and 10-15 percent increase in salary hike.  Net employment outlook is two percentage points higher than the previous quarter.  In 2018 employees will be rated based on talent analytics or people ...
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Prospects for skilling in food processing sector

  Food processing sector will witness spectacular growth in the coming years with the steady inflow of investments. Huge prospects are emerging in the ready to eat and ready to cook segments in India. Availability of skilled manpower has been identified as one of the major challenges which creates lot of opportunities for unemployed youth to work as skilled manpower in the food processing sector. Ministry of Food Processing Industries (MoFPI) is working in close collaboration with Food Industry Capacity and Skill Initiative (FICSI), the Sector Skill Council (SSC) in food processing and regularly guiding and assisting it in ...
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Startups in Livestock and Agri allied sectors-Scope & Opportunities

                          India is emerging as a global destination for Innovation, Incubation and Start-ups and provides great opportunities. Government of India has come up with exciting programmes to support startup ecosystem and to nurture innovations and launched Startup India action Plan for bringing in policies and frameworks that can support and nurture the start up eco-system. I am sure this sensitisation workshop and business competition will address insights from the experiences so far and also to examine other critical measures that need to be ...
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Role of Social and new media in Dairy sector-Prospects and Challenges

How does news media coverage influence Sustainable dairying and One Health issues? Online campaigns are likely to be most effective if the messages are tailored to the needs of the stakeholders. Designing effective campaigns involve careful study of the target population and working with them using a community-based participatory research and knowledge transfer model. Developing livestock based social media campaigns will ensure livestock based messages to reach the target audience and even more importantly, appeal to them. The media is one of the powerful tools that gives information about facts, the talk about, the latest news and ...
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KVASU launched Civil Services Coaching for Students

 Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University launched Civil Services Examination Coaching for the students of Wayanad District on 12th July 2016 at Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University. District Collector Sri. Kesavendrakumar IAS launched the programme and took two hour session on Civil Services Examination, Syllabus, and Question Pattern and about the preparation. District Collector while launching the programme suggested that students can easily succeed through this exam with continuous effort and self confidence. Choice of the subject is more important. Thorough knowledge of Social Sciences and Science subjects from ...
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Switzerland to expand ties with India in skill training

Bern (Switzerland): With the global demand for skilled workers growing rapidly, Switzerland is keen on expanding its ties with India in skill training and education initiatives by opening at least four more centres in the country. Though a beginning has already been made in this direction with a Vocational Educational Training centre in Bangalore under the Swiss VET Initiative in India (SVTII), the agencies involved are keen on firming up and broadbasing the collaboration, possibly through a memorandum of agreement with the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship. "It is important that the government start sharing. This will ...
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Technical Grad Course at IMA

 Thiruvananthapuram: Applications have been invited from married/ unmarried male engineering graduates for admission to the 121st Technical Graduate Course (TGC-121) commencing in July 2015, at Indian Military Academy (IMA), Dehradun, Uttarakhand, leading to the grant of Permanent Commission in the Army in all Arms/Services. Eligibility: Applicant must generally be citizen of India. Exceptions to this condition are given in the Notification. He should be in the age group of 20 to 27 years at the time of commencement of course. So applicants should have been born between 2ndJuly, 1988 and 1stJuly 1995, both dates inclusive. Applicant ...
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IIT-K student gets Rs 1.5 cr pay package

Kolkata: In one of the fattest pay package offered to an IITian ever in campus placements, a student of IIT Kharagpur has been offered a whopping annual salary of over Rs 1.5 crore.IIT Kharagpur officials said the salary package was among the 163 offers made by 27 visiting companies yesterday on the first day of campus placements. The highest domestic package was of Rs 42 lakh and highest offer from abroad was of USD 250,000 (Rs 1.54 crore), the officials said.IIT authorities have refused to disclose details about the student or the company which made the offer, saying "this brings unnecessary attention to the student." IIT sources ...
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1,244 vacancies in 39 central universities

  X | 1st December 2014 New Delhi: The UGC has reported that 1244 positions of Professors are vacant, as on 31st March, 2014 in 39 Central Universities. Vacancies and filling up of posts is dynamic in nature due to reasons such as superannuation etc. and no specific date can be mentioned against occurring of these vacancies. The Central Government is taking all steps to ensure that quality is not compromised at any cost. The main reasons for shortage of candidates for the post of Professor are the non-availability of suitable candidates; shortage in the feeder cadre of Associate Professor, sanction of additional teaching posts in ...
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Indian Railway to start a Railway University in the country

                          Railway budget for 2014-15 proposed a new Railway University to augment education, research and skill development activities in Railway Sector. Sri.Sadananda Gowda, Minister for Railways announced this while presenting the Railway Budget for the year 2014-15 on 8th July 2014. The budget has given more emphasis to technology in tune with the development in information and communication technology. Budget also gives more thrust to technology enabled e learning for the children ...
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Startups will create umpteen job opportunities in 2014

                 India needs innovation in the Science and Technology sector to reach the productivity frontier and to use the best practices for production. Ninth innovation summit held at Bangalore  reiterated the importance of startups in the country. The desire for innovation in India has been driven by search for low cost solutions to public problems. Innovation is the application of new ideas to solve problems with resultant benefits to different stakeholders. Through innovation incubation, students can become employers rather than employees. This is ...
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Major events in Thailand and Canada

                    During September and October 2014, two events took place on opposite sides of the world, with remarkable alignment between their outcomes and the sense of purpose of their participants. In Chiang Mai in Thailand, the third Asia Europe Education Workshop was organised around the theme “Beyond the Academic Benchmark – Societal excellence in higher education” by the Asia-Europe Foundation. Shortly after this, in Montreal in Canada, the European Access Network organised the first World Congress on Access to ...
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Internet expansion will generate more employment in service sectors within the country and abroad says McKinsey report

Recent study on ‘the impact of internet on the Indian economy’ by McKinsey reveals that by 2015 internet will contribute 100 Billion US dollars (5 lakh Crore rupees) to India’s GDP from 30 billion US dollars. Moreover by 2015 number of internet users in India will increase from 120 million to 350 million users and the country will move from third to second largest internet user base in the world. By 2015 number of internet users will become 2.6-2.9 Billion; of which 50 percent population will be from developing countries. Globally nearly 20 percent of the user’s access internet on wireless technologies whereas in India ...
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Texas University launches Synchronous technology through SMOC

University of Texas recently launched Synchronous Massive Online Classes (SMOC) enrolling around 10000 students Worldwide. University started the programme with introductory psychology classes through synchronous technologies. It is just like a late night Television show and a real time research experiment. Professors lecture in to a camera and students watch on their computers or mobile devices in real time. This paves the way for shifting the static model of higher education to a new technology mode where students get more options which forces schools and professors to compete for their attention. Unlike Massive open online courses (MOOC) ...
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