Imagine when you wake up in the morning and you are in a strange place where you can feel a cool breeze with the sound of waves rolling. It's the perfect dream come true isn't it? What if you can turn this into reality without emptying the bank or borrowing money from others? Better still, instead of paying for it you get paid to do it! Read more
When the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) states that only half of the nearly eight lakh engineering students who graduated last year got jobs through campus placements, it is cause for worry not only for final year students and their parents, but also for educational institutions that worry about their placement records! Read more
Gone are the days when only a graduation or post-graduation held the key to a secure job. There was a time when an MBA was the ticket to a dream career leading to the mushrooming of so many institutes offering this degree and a stampede at their gates! If not an MBA, then it was MCA, engineering, or other IT-related courses that drew students like bees to honey. Read more
Medical coding is one of the fastest growing fields in the US healthcare industry. It is also one of the most outsourced jobs in the US because of a variety of reasons, ranging from a shortage of qualified medical coders to more cost-effective pricing models that result in greater savings for US healthcare organizations. Read more
The Companies Act 2013 requires that CSR spending by corporates should be 2% of total profits (these are companies which have Rs. 500 crore minimum net worth, or Rs. 1000 crore turnover, or Rs. 5 crore net profit).
It does not deliver commercial benefits to the company and works directly for the upliftment of the country through diverse programs of their choice. Read more
The 2017 Economic Survey of India had some startling information: that the country's employment rate has declined despite steady economic growth, job creation has not kept pace with the increasing number of youth who have reached working age, and that job creation in the organized sector across eight industries has actually reduced in 2015 when compared to the year 2000. Read more
In a country like India, where there is still a great divide between the urban-rural landscape and different socio-economic levels, it is still a challenge to ensure that each and every child has access to the kind of education that will guarantee the right livelihood as they reach adulthood. The unemployment rate, for the 15-29 age group, according to a report submitted by the Labor Ministry, is at an abysmal 13.3%. This not only negatively impacts the individual but also the family, community, and nation as a whole. Read more