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UGC issues guidelines for Professor of Practice, PhD not needed anymore – Check eligibility here

Financial Express 01 Oct 2022
... in their professions” in areas ranging from science and technology and social sciences to media and armed forces among others, with at least 15 years of service or experience.Also Read. Amazon India to invest Rs 2.5 crore to upskill, provide jobs to specially-abled youth.
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Vigilance raids at HRDS offices in KeralaA special Vigilance team from Thiruvananthapuram was conducting simultaneous ...

Deccan Herald 30 Sep 2022
Also Read — Kerala PFI leader dissolves outfit, arrested ... HRDS India was in the news recently for employing Swapna Suresh but later terminated her services. Suresh was terminated from her job recently by the NGO claiming that the Kerala government was "crucifying" the organisation for providing her employment ... Check out DH's latest videos ... India News.
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Over 3.5mn register for army recruitment under Agnipath

Hindustan Times 29 Sep 2022
More than 3.5 million candidates have registered for recruitment into the Indian Army under the Agnipath model for short-term induction of soldiers into the three services, with the applicants competing for 40,000 jobs being offered under the scheme introduced three months ago, officials familiar with the development said on Thursday.
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Hundreds of jobs to go as BBC announces World Service cutbacks

Democratic Underground 29 Sep 2022
The BBC has announced deep cuts to its World Service output that will result in the loss of hundreds of jobs, saying it has been forced to act by the government’s ongoing licence fee freeze.
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India needs to invest $10 billion in lithium-ion batteries for EV by 2030 | Mint

Live Mint 28 Sep 2022
According to the report, India's lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery demand is currently 3 GWh and is expected to grow to 20 GWh by 2026 and 70 GWh by 2030 ... Premium After India, Canada issues advisory to its citizens in ... This would result in the creation of one million or more jobs in battery manufacturing and related ancillary businesses and services.
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The ‘good jobs’ challenge India faces

Financial Express 26 Sep 2022
Perhaps India’s services sector has done relatively well in creating good jobs, not just in information technology and finance, but also in sectors such as hospitality and tourism ... While the greatest unrealised potential for good jobs in India’s current situation may be in ...
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Amendment in the definition of small biz to benefit 1.2 million companies

Financial Express 26 Sep 2022
India’s lending potential for MSMEs likely to reach Rs 3 trillion by FY23 ... An official data based on a 2015-16 survey has shown that there were 63 million unincorporated non-agricultural micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in India, which are into manufacturing, trading and other services, representing about 110 million jobs.
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Delays in joining force tech hires to restart job hunt | Mint

Live Mint 25 Sep 2022
Tech graduates with employment offers from large companies, including Wipro, Infosys, and Tata Consultancy Services, are scouting for other jobs as onboarding delays stretch beyond six months ... Technology service providers are one of India’s largest recruiters from college campuses, and they went into a mammoth hiring spree in FY22.
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Tweak in compliance rules to aid over 1.2 million firms | Mint

Live Mint 25 Sep 2022
Premium India sees 334% jump in defence exports in last five years ... According to official government data, based on a 2015-16 survey, there were 63 million unincorporated non-agricultural micro, small and medium enterprises in India, which are into manufacturing, trading and other services, representing about 110 million jobs.
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Boeing will outsource more corporate jobs to India

Finger Lakes Times 23 Sep 2022
Boeing told nonunion corporate staff in an all-hands virtual meeting this month that it will begin outsourcing finance and accounting jobs to Tata Consultancy Services of India ... That still leaves Boeing down about 10,000 jobs relative to the workforce it had pre-pandemic.Boeing in India.
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Why people want to moonlight and it's not about loyalty, results of Mint survey | Mint

Live Mint 23 Sep 2022
According to Cornell University Law, moonlighting is when someone works more than one job at a time ... "No two-timing - no moonlighting!" India's second largest IT services company said adding that "Moonlighting is a practice of working on a second job during the normal business hours/outside business hours.
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Influential US lawmakers advocate for strong India-US ties 

Financial Express 22 Sep 2022
The AHC is also pushing for simplified legal immigration from India for those kinds of people.” Asserting that Indian doctors are a brand now in the US because of the selfless service they have done to the country, AAPI president Dr Ravi Kolli said India has done a great job in the last 75 years in all aspects of development.
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BharatKlub wants to be a digital life partner for low-income workers

Your Story 21 Sep 2022
From finding a house in a new city to jobs or even accessing loan and insurance services—today, there is an app for everything. However, low-income workers in India still struggle to avail these services ... Top 25 Job Portals to Hire Blue-Collar Employees in India.
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Boeing Co. to Cut 150 Corporate Jobs, Will Outsource to India

The Epoch Times 21 Sep 2022
... a virtual meeting that it would begin outsourcing finance and information technology jobs to Tata Consultancy Services of India, Fox Business reported.
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‘It's cheating’, ‘not allowed’: What tech giants are saying about ‘moonlighting’ | Mint

Live Mint 15 Sep 2022
"No two-timing - no moonlighting!" India's second largest IT services company said adding that "Moonlighting is a practice of working on a second job during the normal business hours/outside business hours ... Premium Is India Inc not spending enough? The answer is complicated.

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