Why are kids need to keep pace with big tech revolutions

We are moving towards the next big tech revolution; our kids need to keep pace.
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Lovely Professional University student bags Rs 1 crore package

It has been offered by Monsanto to Kavita Faman, a final year student of MSc Agriculture (Agronomy), who will join Monsanto Canada’s Manitoba office as production manager in April.

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Five jobs in the field of agrochemical industry in India

There is little doubt that agriculture and allied activities have undergone a major change in the past few decades. From manual to mechanised, from labour-intensive to capital-intensive, the field has

Industry News

Who’s Next Scholarships: Pearl Academy’s new initiative to find 25 creative minds

To apply, one needs to submit a statement of purpose along with application form. These scholarships will be applicable for both UG and PG programmes and the last date to apply is April 20, 2019.

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This business school is working to straighten PET waste management

The campaign is aimed towards seeking the truth about the current journey of PET bottles from rack to recycle.

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Careers in biotech are shaping up, says Sheffield lecturer

It’s aimed at students with an interest in infectious diseases, antibiotics and their use in healthcare and infection control.

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BFSI Apprenticeships: A promising future for students

Owing to the geographical spread of universities, through their affiliated colleges and distance education, these programmes also have a unique advantage—the ability to train a large number of stude

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From robotics to mechatronics: Courses that could to gain popularity

Gone are the days when Indian students either opted for engineering or medicine after high school.

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Certificate course in AI and Machine learning – The right way to add value to your resume

Gone are the days when having a degree was enough.

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Scaling up apprenticeship schemes only way to boost formal employment

Sumit Kumar Over the last decade, the definition of employability has been redefined. Traditional academics no longer serves as the base for preparing students for the future. Blending learning (class

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Fake or F-AI-ke: Elon Musk-founded company shows how artifical intelligence can spin news from few words

OpenAI, an artificial intelligence research group co-founded by billionaire Elon Musk (he stepped down from its board last year), has demonstrated a piece of software that can produce authentic-lookin

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Indian students win Microsoft Imagine Cup Asia finals with anti-pollution and drug delivery mask for asthama patients

A student team from Faridabad-based Manav Rachna Institute has developed an anti-pollution and drug delivery mask designed for patients who suffer from asthma and other chronic respiratory conditions.

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Knowledge of geographic information system will help in every field, says Michael Gould of Esri

Rooted in the science of geography, GIS integrates many types of data—it analyses spatial location and organises layers of information into visualisations using maps and 3D scenes.

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New jobs: How a degree in political leadership can help you in several new fields

Jobs include research associates in politics, political analysts, policy associates, political strategists & consultants, election & campaign managers, social media analysts, constituency managers, as

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Artificial Intelligence jobs: Are you ready for new opportunities as the old ones set to vanish

Are you ready for jobs like data analysts, man-machine coordinators, IT?

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Adopt new syllabus to drive innovation, says Prof CNR Rao

The event served as the official launch of the Wiley Innovation Black Book on Exponential Technologies, a guide on future-forward scenarios.

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Knowledge is the new currency, says Ratnesh Jha, MD, South Asia, Cambridge University Press

India is likely to have the world’s largest workforce by the middle of next decade.

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Skills competition: Celebrating healthcare sector skills

To solve the challenge of health workforce deficit and imbalances at all levels of socio-economic development, combined with an ageing population and epidemiologic transformations, we need meaningful

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The challenge is not jobs, it’s the wages: Manish Kumar, MD and CEO, NSDC

Starting tomorrow, 400 participants from across India will compete at the country’s biggest skills competition—IndiaSkills 2018—and the winners will represent India at the 45th WorldSkills Compe

Education News

How private sector can play a bigger role in higher education

If only a tax rebate incentive is given to private funding for not-for-profit institutions, the govt can mobilise three times the money it has forgone as tax revenue, into the education system.

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Working and happy? here’s why you should always be ‘job-ready’

Don’t wait till you actually need to start a job search. Job-readiness is about constantly evolving

Working and happy? here’s why you should always be ‘job-ready’

Saying ‘thanks’ is more powerful than you think

Study from Chicago Booth finds people underestimate the value of sending a “letter of appreciation”.

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CompTIA’s new training course aims to bridge the cybersecurity skills gap in India

India is aiming to become one of the world’s top-10 IT protected nations in the UN’s Global Cybersecurity Index.

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Khan Academy unveils LearnStorm India

Khan Academy has launched LearnStorm India, a free, six-week online learning challenge for grades 3-12.

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