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Over 3.81 Lakh New Jobs Created In Last Two Years

The central government said it has generated over 3.81 lakh jobs between the last two years in its different organisations, according to the Budget 2019-20 documents. Check out the number of new jobs created in various central government departments here.

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Goa Government Orders Implementation Of EWS Quota In Jobs, Education

An office memorandum issued by state Director of Social Welfare Parag Nagarcekar on Friday directed all the departments, public sector undertakings and autonomous bodies to modify the existing parameters to provide reservation for the EWS.

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Jobs Not Anymore At The Mercy Of Campus For Freshers

2018 was a good year for freshers as they saw a good demand flowing especially from e-commerce and start-ups due to massive funding rounds which have to build a sense of optimism around the start-up ecosystem.

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Employability Of Engineering Graduates In India: A Challenge Needs To Address

India has total 6,214 Engineering and Technology Institutions in which around 2.9 million students are enrolled. Every year on an average 1.5 million students get their degree in engineering, but due to lack of skill required to perform technical jobs less than 20 percent get employment in their core domain.

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How Hands-On Experience Will Prepare Engineers For The Jobs Of Tomorrow

As per a McKinsey report, as a result of the ongoing technology boom, the emerging tech world is likely to produce 25 to 50 million jobs globally, of which India will have to account for 6 to 12 million jobs.

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Learn How To Crack Interviews

Perspectico And Rajdhani College organizes a session on cracking the interviews

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Pursuing MPhil/PhD While Working Will Cost Teachers Their Experience, Won't Be Counted, Says UGC

The University Grants Commission's (UGC) notification states that, the experience of teachers will not be counted if they pursue MPhil or PhD simultaneously with teaching assignment by taking leaves. Many teachers at the Delhi University (DU) are calling it a "denial of study leave" to them. This decision has left the entire fraternity into a tizzy.

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Emerging Career Trends In Engineering And Technology

Engineering college seats were highly competitive and getting into an engineering college was a guarantee for a successful career for life. Not anymore! Many engineering colleges are either being closed or the number of seats remains unfilled!

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Will Tomorrow Define Your Child? Or Will Your Child Define Tomorrow?

Only 42% of employers believe new graduates are adequately prepared for the workforce, especially with social and emotional skills.

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Leapfrogging To Education 4.0: Student At The Core

While the share of organized sector will increase in the economy and new jobs will be created, it will also make jobs redundant and the existing jobs would require completely new high order skill sets

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