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Whose Stake Is It Anyway? – Part 2

The Government is undoubtedly the biggest stakeholder. It is the initiator through policies and resource allocation and incentivizing participating private bodies in creating work opportunities for our youth.

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Whose Stake Is It Anyway?

Employability is a personal responsibility of every individual who wants to get employed.

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Employability Is One Of The Key Reasons Why Personal Branding Is So Crucial: Aniisu K Verghese

BW Education engaged in a conversation with Aniisu K Verghese, an award-winning internal communications leader, author, speaker, trainer and blogger, to know about his online course on personal branding.

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How Can The Learning Of These New-age Skills Positively Affect Student’s Employability

The 20th century is all about new technologies led by artificial intelligence and data analytics.

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With Over 40,000 Colleges Shut, Can India Demonstrate Digital Resilience?

Most countries are leaning on online platforms for continued learning through the COVID-19 challenge and Indian colleges are moving right with the world in their response.

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How Scientifically Designed Assessments Can Boost Employability Of Students?

The activities to promote employability must be productive, significant, relevant, and combined and affiliated to the university curriculum.

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British Council And TeamLease Partner To Drive Employability With English certificates

The partnership includes an investment of Rs 7 Crore to subsidise the cost of EnglishScore certificates for 1,00,000 people, helping them to prove their English level to employers

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New-Age Skills For Employability Are About Delivering Experiences: Supreeth Nagaraju, Adobe

"Future skills must be associated with changing the world on experience. It is an era of digital experience and experience in delivering which brings engagement"

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Faculty 4.0 Can Make Education 4.0 Successful

Education and industry meet during the placement season, but they need to sit together often and decide on the demands for education to be industry-ready

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Have A Degree But No Job!

The engineering colleges in India churn out as many as 1.5 million graduates every year, of whom a minuscule seven per cent are considered ‘employable’. BW Education examines this paradox of a scarcity of ‘employable’ manpower and the swarm of engineers with degrees and diplomas, but not job skills.

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