Tuesday, April 16, 2024



The need and challenges to amend the Labor Laws in India

Recently, a big IT firm within India that employs lacs of personnel has sacked approximately 3500 employees because citing the reason of implementing AI, which makes it prudent that India should do some modifications in its labor laws because believe it or not, the day when India will have to make a decision about it is soon approaching.

This budget is a booster “Made for India” and to “Make in India”

The budget is estimated at Rs.39.45 lakh crores. Allotment to various sectors was done mainly aimed at job creation & welfare of poor. Fiscal deficit was pegged at 6.4%.

Why communication in English is gaining grounds

A very slow yet steady move has been noticed in communication in English. Education is the prime ground where the necessity of English communication is felt.

The unchecked decline of West Bengal

The forthcoming state election in 2021 will test if the democratic system in West Bengal is robust enough to come out of the morass of degradation or the system is twisted deeply with the abuse of more than fifty years to never ever recover.

युवाओं के लिए ऐतिहासिक कदम: नेशनल रिक्रूटमेंट एजेंसी

एनआरए करोड़ों युवाओं के लिए वरदान साबित होगा, एनआरए सरकारी और सार्वजनिक क्षेत्र के बैंकों में गैर-राजपत्रित पदों जो की ग्रुप-बी, ग्रुप-सी सरकारी नौकरियों में भर्ती के लिए कॉमन एलिजिबिलिटी टेस्ट (सीईटी) आयोजित करेगा। सामान्य पात्रता परीक्षा (सीईटी) एसएससी, रेलवे भर्ती बोर्ड और इंस्टीट्यूट ऑफ बैंकिंग लाइन टेस्ट आदि द्वारा आयोजित टियर -1 परीक्षा की जगह लेगी।

How digital India is changing the education sector

Digital India is a concept to change the education system in India. It is a program that highlights to bridge the literacy slippage.

7-year itch versus 6 years of a hitch

Politically most unstable period did for Indian Middle Class which no stable government could deliver.

Jobs: Need to rethink

An under employed person is product of an in-efficient system, prevailing since Independence. With our expertise in governance and resource availability this problem can be handled.

Education & employment: The missing link

The entire thrust on degrees in our country is what has let us down. No issue often education policy here, flawed though it is. Our problem is society's perception and expectation.

The story of long working hours in india

Above as you can see is the data by OECD which clearly suggests that long working hours does not necessarily mean more productivity.

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