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2019 will exhibit spectacular opportunities in data science, analytics and automation

 Key highlights ·         One third of the population will be Gen Zers (18-20 years of age). ·         Half the population will become online ·        Data science will be the focus area ·        Skill development programmes will improve the employability of educated youth ·        Complex problem solving, critical thinking, creativity, people management, co-ordination, emotional intelligence, cognitive flexibility, negotiation, judgement and decision making skills will decide the career.   ·        Advanced degree holders from US Universities will get H1B visa easily ·        ...
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Focus more on Biology for NEET

 Focus more on Biology for NEET Students pursuing for National eligibility cum entrance test NEET must focus more on Biology since there will be 50 percent questions from biology. Those who are repeating the entrance test must regularly focus on studying with positive energy. Says Dr.T.P.Sethumadhavan, Education &Career Consultant. He made this statement while addressing the students in connection with the inauguration of Coach India Medical Academy an exclusive coaching facility for Medical and allied courses at Thrissur on 22nd September 2018. General Knowledge and English comprehension are important for AIIMS and JIPMER medical entrance ...
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IIIC all set to launch the skill development courses

IIIC all set to launch the skill development courses                  Classes for the first batch of students will begin at Indian Institute of Infrastructure & Construction at Chavara, Kollam on 1st October 2018. It is an initiative of Kerala Academy for skills excellence under Department of Labour, Govt of Kerala and ULCCS Ltd. During the 1st phase there will be three technician level courses, one supervisory level course and three managerial courses. Courses include Diploma in Painting, steel fixing & bar bending, housekeeping, plumbing engineering and Post graduate diploma programme in Advanced Construction management, ...
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Precision farming and FPO model will facilitate sustainability in Agriculture.

  Agriculture is the largest private sector in India. Recent findings by Confederation of Indian industry reveals that 70 percent of farming operations are running under loss. 15 percent with marginal income just above the breakeven price and 14-15 percent of farming are really profitable. There is a tendency among policy makers to promote agriculture in barren lands. But most of them argue for paddy cultivation. But paddy cultivation requires seven times more water than other crops. So selection of appropriate crops require more emphasis.Precision farming use sensors, satellite images, drones, internet of things for soil analysis, ...
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Now you can apply for Skill development courses

 Kerala Academy for Skills Excellence (KASE), under Department of Labour, a Government of Kerala undertaking has established Indian Institute of Infrastructure & Construction (IIIC) at Chavara in Kollam District. KASE identified 93 year old Uralungal labour Contract Co-operative Society ULCCS as the skilling partner for offering Skill development programmes. The objective of IIIC is to conduct courses for the skill development of workers and managers in infrastructure and construction sectors. With its strong experience in the construction sector, ULCCS is ideally positioned to take the lead in transforming IIIC into a state-of-the-art skill ...
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NEET aspirants may require 10-15 percent more marks for admission compared to 2017

 National Eligibility cum entrance Test NEET 2018 was held across the country in 136 cities through 2255 examination Centres. Around 13.2 lakh students appeared for the examination and answer keys were published by different agencies. Parents and students are anxious about the outcome of the result and ranking benchmarks. NEET 2018 was comparatively easy when compared to previous three NEET question papers. Of the total 180 questions, biology questions were comparatively easy and Chemistry was moderate and Physics questions were tough and time consuming. Each question carries four marks and there is negative marking system for wrong answers. ...
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NEET 2018: Admit Card, Exam Pattern, Dates, Syllabus, Preparation

 NEET 2018: Admit Card, Exam Pattern, Dates, Syllabus, Preparation ll the NEET 2018 (and other national) application form. As per Clause of Graduate Medical Education Regulation (1997), candidates who have got equivalent qualification are eligible for admission to MBBS course. The clause is “Any other examination which, in scope and standard is found to be equivalent to the intermediate science examination of an Indian University/Board, taking PCB subjects including practical test in each of the subjects and English.” NEET 2018 Notice for Open School candidates regarding form submission has been released now. Check here for ...
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JEE information

 The Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India has notified following two changes in the JEE pattern from 2017: 1.     There shall be no weightage for the 12th class marks in calculating the ranks in the JEE (Main) examination, 2.     For the candidates to qualify for the admission in the IITs/NITs/IIITs and such other CFTIs whose admissions are based on the JEE (Advanced)/JEE(Main) ranks, they should have secured at least 75% marks in the 12th class examination, or be in the top 20 percentile in the 12th class examination conducted by the respective Boards. For SC/ST students the qualifying marks would be 65% ...
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Agriculture can be made viable with Precision farming technologies

 Agriculture sector in India is facing lot of challenges including increasing cost of production, decreasing production and productivity, constraints in value addition and marketing and climatic variation. Govt of India during the 2015-16 budget announced that farmers income will be doubled and organic farming will be promoted by 2022. But per capita income during the period according to NSSO was Rs 89500.If this has to reach 183000 by 2022**,, the sector has to exhibit a minimum growth of 10 4 percent per annum. But during the last 4 years annual growth was only 1.85 percent.  To achieve the target, growth should be above 13 percent. So it ...
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Changing Shift towards women in veterinary profession

 Recent trends reveal that more number of girls are interested to study Veterinary science across the globe. Their interest is towards compassion, veterinary services, rural development, pet animal care, academics and research. Of the total students in Veterinary colleges and Universities in India, more than 70 percent students are girls. Moreover they consider this as a noble profession catering the needs of the farming community. Lady vets are more prevalent in developing countries like India, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, etc. Research and development centres across the globe employ more lady veterinarians and Veterinary ...
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ULCCS to conduct model entrance exams for medical/engineering courses

 ULCCS’s educational initiative UL Education will conduct model entrance examinations on 30th and 31st March for Engineering and Medical courses. Entrance examination for engineering will be held on 30th March 2018 which includes syllabus for JEE Main, KEAM, KUSAT, MIT, SRM, VIT, Amrita Engineering entrance examination. Medical entrance examination will be similar to National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET). Moreover, there will be questions from General Awareness & English Comprehension to aid students appearing for AIIMS & JIPMER Entrance examination. ULCCS state level entrance examination will be held across different schools in ...
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What next after B.Tech?

 Recent findings of ASSOCHAM and NASSCOM reveals that employability among engineering graduates are getting reduced substantially. Average employability rate is only 17-20 percent. Moreover the report highlights that huge gap exists between available and required skills among engineering graduates. In order to improve employability, they require value added programmes in emerging sectors like advanced IT, Automation, robotics, machine learning, analytics, cloud services, artificial intelligence, retail management, operations management, digitalisation, logistics, accounting, banking, food technology, energy, environmental engineering, ...
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