EDUCATIONAL OVERHAUL IN NEW ERA In this age of e-learning, conventional courses have become passé. Students must, therefore, choose educational institutions that offer new-age courses, backed by robust placement mechanism, quality faculty and modern facilities. Present and future realities are crucial The Internet era which lives in e-space, has rendered traditional thinking, of choosing programmes of study with decade-long steady career path, redundant. Fast changing market scenario and learning requirements have taken its place. For

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India’s Job Creation Figures Aren’t “Encouraging” India’s President Pranab Mukherjee recently warned about a possible disaster if Asia’s third largest economy won’t create enough jobs for its talented youth. “The job creation figures of 1.35 lakh (135,000) in 2015, which is the lowest in seven years, are not encouraging,” said Mukherjee at a conference in New Delhi last week. Creating jobs is now the government’s top priority, he added. The unemployment rate in India surged

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Top reasons why banking jobs remain a fad among Indians While both government and private banks offer decent salary and demand good performance, still public sector banks have managed to retain interest among the candidates. The banking sector has always been one of the most attractive career destinations for youth. Many graduates prefer a Public Sector Bank (PSB) job as it offers more security and stability than a private sector bank. The pay package, timings and

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Digital India: Telecom skills group sees surge in job opportunities   NEW DELHI: Telecom sector is likely to drive employment in the wake of ambitious Digital India initiative beyond the government estimate of 8.3 million jobs in the next five years, an industry skills group top executive said. “The ongoing Digital India program including Smart City and Make in India initiatives are likely to help telecom sector create 11 to 12 million job opportunities in

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If you are 25 years old, hold a degree in a traditional arts discipline from a well-regarded institute and are looking for a job, you may not be handed one on a platter any time soon. You may be cushioned within the famous Indian demographic that is supposed to yield a ‘dividend,’ but unlike what you’ve been reading everywhere, this does not guarantee you employment. Between 1980 to 2010, 90 percent of world labour force

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Millennials in India remain optimistic about future job opportunities at a time when robots, automation and artificial intelligence are expected to cut jobs significantly over next five years, said a new survey by Telenor. They survey was conducted across six countries including India,Pakistan, Myanmar, Malaysia, Bangladesh and Singapore and entailed 4,200 respondents between age group of 15-25 years. Of the young adults surveyed in India, 66% surveyed said they were ‘excited’ about future opportunities in

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5 biggest job-hunting mistakes tech pros make Things to remember.                       Tech pros with experience and impressive resumes can still make errors during the job-hunting process, which reduces or even kills their chances of landing dream jobs. If this sounds familiar, you need to make a conscious effort to avoid such unknowing mistake in the future. These are some of the biggest mistakes that tech

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Urban Poor Or Not, Indian Millennials Are The Hardest Working In The World: Report Millennialls have been often, perhaps unfairly, labelled as entitled, self-absorbed, and lazy. But a global study by recruitment firm Manpower Group shows that while millennials are breaking stereotypes everywhere, millennials in India standout with their work ethic. Here’s how Índian millennials fared: 1) They work the hardest: Indian millennials have the longest work week with an average of 52 hours. In

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Millennials have one foot out the door The Deloitte Millennial Survey 2016 Two-thirds of Millennials express a desire to leave their organization by 2020. Businesses must adjust how they nurture loyalty among Millennials or risk losing a large percentage of their workforces. Executive summary During the next year, if given the choice, one in four Millennials would quit his or her current employer to join a new organization or to do something different. That figure

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Job security top priority for Indian millennials: ManpowerGroup survey MUMBAI: As many as 94% of those born between 1980 and 1995 prioritise job security when looking for work, a research report has said in findings that are quite contrary to popular perception about what was once dubbed the ‘Me Me Me Generation’ by Time magazine. As per the India findings of Millennial Careers-20:20 Vision, published by US-headquartered human resource consulting firm ManpowerGroup, 39% of the

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