Of the 30.67 lakh candidates who had been trained or were undergoing training across the country in June 2017, only 2.9 lakh received placement offers.
There a growing chasm between corporate India’s hiring strategy and the aspirations of India’s young workers
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In the seventy-second episode of Jan Gan Man Ki Baat, Vinod Dua talks about Rajasthan’s poor and India’s unemployment problem.
In conversation with Jayant Krishna, COO of the National Skill Development Corporation, on the effects of Narendra Modi’s Skill India mission.
The Modi government’s failure on crucial development fronts such as farmer incomes and job creation may hold the key in understanding the rapid shift in narrative from human development to nationalism.
A government committee has found that the first iteration of the Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana failed to achieve key objectives while monetarily benefiting a great number of training institutes.
India does need a Geospatial Information Act, just not a regressive and punitive one.
A new report shows that a considerable portion of India’s populated aged in the last sixty years, and experts are saying that the government must find ways of gainfully engaging senior citizens in the economy.
Two months ago, he said he had clinched food processing industry investments worth Rs 5,000 crore and several thousand jobs for the state during a trip to the US. But a Right to Information query now reveals that no such agreement was signed during the visit.
India needs many, many more industrial jobs and a sturdy research infrastructure to absorb the glut of engineers
1. The gallows of Wall Street Delhi boy Sarvshreshth Gupta’s parents sent him to the University of Pennsylvania as one of the 100,000 plus Indian students in US campuses chasing the ‘American Dream’. He did well for himself, earning the post of an analyst at Goldman Sachs in 2014, […]