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High court shocked by AAI's attitude in denying child-care leave

AAI has initiated disciplinary action against the petitioner for going on leave without approval. Reuters

Mangala approached the High Court after her request for leave for attending to her 12-year-old daugh...

Govt women employees can get uninterrupted two-year leave for child care: Supreme CourtTwo held in IT woman employee murder case
The Monster.Com employment index, a monthly gauge of the country's online job demand, rose by 18 points. Reuters
Online hiring activity grows 14 pct in March: Monster
Online hiring activity in India registered a 14 per cent growth in March on a year-on-year basis, si...

Amarinder Singh favours quota for economically weaker upper castes

Congress leader and Amritsar candidate, Amarinder Singh today favoured reservation in jobs and educa...

CAs up in arms against inclusion of other professionals under 'accountant'

FinMin has proposed to expand definition of accountant to include company secretaries, cost accounta...

US registers 32 pct jump in graduate applications from India

The number of applications from prospective Indian students to US graduate schools jumped 32 per cen...

More and more cos hiring via social media: Experts

The social media has moved rapidly from being 'purely social' to a 'business tool' as more and more ...
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Newspaper reporter's job is the second worst in US: Study
Newspaper reporter's job is the second worst career in the US, while that of a mathematician is the ...
Provide every opportunity you can to others: Lord Swraj Paul tells students
Encouraging the students to be the "change" they wish to see in the society, Lord Paul asked them to...
Govt women employees can get uninterrupted two-year leave for child care: Supreme Court
Woman employee took government to court for not granting her leave of 730 days.
EPFO set to crackdown on defaulting employers
PF manager to focus on Rs 3,000 crore of arrears in interest and damages
India-born poet Vijay Seshadri wins 2014 Pulitzer Prize
A Columbia University alum, Vijay Seshadri would receive USD 10,000 reward.
Election Commission stops implementation of education loan interest-waiver plan
Election Commission has asked the ministry to ensure that no publicity of it is made during election...
Pay Versus Play
Ideally, work should end by six pm.
‘We aim to bridge the gap between technology and education in India’
In this fast-paced world, everybody wants instant gratification.
Conundrum of India's demographic dividend
Vocational training, 'learning by doing', soft skills in graduate programmes are remedies.
The Asian lense: Creating a new vision for Asia
Institutions of learning across Asia can and must lead the resurgence, reacquainting young people in...
Indian-American professor convicted of defrauding students
An Indian-American professor has been convicted by a federal grand jury of defrauding the US governm...
Jobs growth at its slowest pace in seven quarters
Jobs in eight labour-intensive sectors rose 0.23% sequentially in the October-December quarter, the ...
Rich countries' unemployment rose in Feb: OECD
Unemployment in advanced countries rose slightly in February, the OECD said today, a setback after r...
Supreme Court refuses to stay Centre's decision to include Jats in OBC
The bench said it cannot come in the way of the government taking a decision a day before the MCC ca...
US employers advertised more open jobs in February
U.S. employers posted more job openings in February, a sign that hiring will likely improve in the m...
Indian employees hesitant to seek jobs in West: Study
"40 per cent Indians are cautious about moving to the West for jobs due to economic slowdown," accor...
In Gujarat, build classrooms in villages instead of IITs, AIIMS: CMD Zydus Cadila
However, Pankaj Patel made it clear that he was not against IITs or AIIMs.
Telecom body partners with Cisco, others to train 80,000 people
Industry body Telecom sector skill council has partnered global networking giant Cisco
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