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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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How To Broaden Your Critical Thinking Skills?

Critical thinking can be defined as the ability to analyze information objectively and make a reasoned decision. It involves the process of evaluation, research and drawing reasonable conclusions from information and honing in on useful details to solve a particular problem or form a reasoned decision.

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Career Prospects In Biomedical Engineering

A Biomedical engineer is a professional who intelligently amalgamates medicine with engineering. The role of a biomedical engineer is to design systems and products which can substitute damaged body parts such as artificial organs, devise equipment for diagnostic purposes, install maintain and repair biomedical equipments, train personnel in biosafety and many more.

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What Skills Do You Need To For The 4.0 Workplace?

In India, this is a significant shift away from our traditional educational ecosystem that has operated with a keen focus on building technical capabilities rather than individual workplace skills.

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The Media Industry Demands Multi-Faceted Skills

The employment opportunities in the media industry stand close to around four million. Technology has caused this industry to proliferate into a number of subfields. With such a massive expansion in the subfields, employment opportunities are booming in the media and entertainment industry, with the added benefit of working in a dynamic, stimulating, and fun work environment. Some of the key skills that would be valuable in building a career in media and entertainment are listed in the article.

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World’s 1st Life Skills Olympiad To Test Children’s Real World Readiness In 100+ Countries

Singapore based Skillizen Olympiad Foundation to conduct world’s 1st online “International Life Skills Olympiad (ILSO)” on 27th January 2019; the results to be out on February 27th, 2019. Registration lines for ISLO is live, with a nominal application fee of USD 7.99 or INR 490.

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OMCA Plans To Impart Industry-Relevant Skills Among Life Sciences Graduates

Life science graduates have often struggled to find an alternative career option where they are able to capitalize on the academic knowledge they have accrued. This might be because of lack of proper skillsets or knowledge about alternative career options. These students are often in dire need of professional mentors who could help them furrow a career that is not only remunerative but would also help achieve their goals.

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Multiple Skills And The Ability To Learn Will Define Education And Expertise

Critical thinking, creativity and collaboration are key business skills which form the bedrock of executive education and success. These skills are relevant today and will be in the future too.

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Bridging The Communication Gap

whether it is a skill acquired that needs to be upskilled, or a new skill honed, or for that matter, a medium of communication enhanced, that rather elusive and challenging upward curve is guaranteed only with unlearning, learning and relearning.

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400 Participants From 27 States Gear Up To Compete At India’s Biggest Skill Competition

out of 500 entries, Winners will represent India at the 45th WorldSkills Competition at Kazan, Russia in 2019

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