IIM Calcutta launches new executive programme for corporate leaders to learn communication strategies

Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta is all set to launch its new executive programme on Communication Strategies specifically designed to meet the needs of corporate leaders. With an aim to equip present and prospective leaders with strategic skills in communication, the Executive Programme in Communication Strategies for Corporate Leaders (EPCSCL) will commence in January 2020. The six-month programme will help participants assume leadership roles amidst diverse and complex corporate business scenarios. The programme will be delivered via a 6-month course comprising integrated virtual and classroom sessions and is aimed at senior managers in organizations who are aiming to move towards executive leadership roles or positions with more delegation and decision-making authority. The overall objective of the communication strategies programme is to equip the participants with strat… read more
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UPTET Admit card 2019 declared, important dates to keep in mind

The Uttar Pradesh Basic Education Board (UPTET) have officially released the UPTET admit card on its official website. Candidates can visit updeled.gov.in and can download their admit card. The UPTET 2019 exam will be conducted on December 22, 2019, at 1986 exam centres across the state. The exam will be held in two sessions from 10 am to 12.30 pm (primary level) and 2.30 pm to 5 pm (upper primary level). Steps to download Admit Card Step 1: Visit the official website of UPTET 2019 examination--updeled.gov.in Step 2: On the homepage, click on the link which says, "UPTET registration page" Step 3: Enter your application number, password and security pin to download the admit card Step 4: Click on submit Step 5: UPTET Admit Card 2019 will be displayed on the screen Step 6: Download it and take print out of the same and save it for future use. Dates of Examinations: December 22… read more
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ISRO Recruitment 2019: 220 posts vacant, see how to apply

Indian Space Research Organisation, ISRO is inviting candidates to hire for the apprentices posts in various disciplines for ISRO Propulsion Complex. Candidates who are interested and eligible to apply for the post can visit the official site of ISRO Propulsion Complex at iprc.gov.in. The walk-in-interview will be conducted on different dates for Graduate, Technician and Trade Apprentices. This recruitment drive is being conducted to hire for the 220 posts of Apprentices in the organisation. The period of training will be for one year. Candidates can read below to know about the eligibility, selection process, and other details. Graduate Apprentice: December 14, 2019 Technician Apprentice: December 21, 2019 Trade Apprentice: January 4, 2020 ISRO Apprentices posts: Vacancy Details Graduate Apprentice: 41 Posts Technician Apprentice: 59 Posts Trade Apprentice: 120 Posts Graduate Appren… read more
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AMC Recruitment 2019: 586 posts open, see how to apply

Amdavad Municipal Corporation or AMC, Ahmadabad, Gujarat is looking for candidates to hire for the following posts: Staff Nurse Female Health Worker MPHW Pharmacist Lab Technician X-Ray Technician Medical Officer Pediatrician and Gynecologist (GUHP) Candidates who are eligible and interested to take the job can apply for the posts through the official website. AMC Online Applications have been already started on the Amdavad Municipal Corporation website. The last date for AMC registration is December 26, 2019. Starting Date of Online Application Submission is December 10, 2019 Last Date of Online Application Submission is December 26, 2019 Total Posts - 586 Female Health Worker (FHW), Multi-Purpose Health Worker (MPHW) Rs 19000 to Rs.63000 Staff Nurse, Lab Technician, Pharmacist Rs 29200-43200 X-Ray Technician Rs 35400 to 112400 Medical Officer Rs 53100-167800 Pediatrician, Gynecol… read more
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2020: The decade of climate crisis

We have finally entered the last 90 days of the 2010s. Starting Jan 1, 2020, the world and the planet will enter into a new era that will be defined by climate change. If the 90s were famous for liberalization, the 2000s for the Internet and 2010s for smartphones and social media, 2020s will make a mark for climate change, global warming, environmental crisis, and plastic waste epidemic. In many sense the world is coming around to the full circle, the 1920s aka the roaring twenties were all about exuberance and 1930s witnessed the great depression that plunged modern civilization and economies into despair. The 2020s will be the decade of reckoning. Every single action taken by every individual from their personal consumption to an investment decision, will determine our survival or not in the 2030s. One of the biggest dissonances about climate change is between the few experts/activi… read more
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4 HR trends of 2019 that are transforming how hiring takes place

Banking on its vast volumes of data collected throughout the year, Shine.com, India’s second-largest job search platform, has revealed the HR Trends 2019 report. The report covers the major factors that have transformed the hiring space over the year and will shape 2020’s hiring landscape and has insights from recruiters and hiring managers from across the country. Speaking on the trends, Shine.com CEO, Zairus Master, said, "Through the Hiring Trends 2019 report, we have offered some key insights about hiring trends from recruiters across India. It focuses on the evolution, challenges, and shifts in hiring over the past year." The report will equip HR professionals with the knowledge they need to better prepare for their hiring needs in 2020 and beyond. The talent scenario has truly progressed in 2019, and it is exciting to anticipate how the hiring scenario will pan out in t… read more
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The ‘movement’ we really need: More active hours in school

The industrialized, hi-tech world has allowed sedentary habits to permeate our lives. All of us have surely come across media warnings cautioning us against this inactive lifestyle, which has resulted in a rise in obesity and other non-communicable diseases like heart disease and diabetes. A few years ago, The World Bank published an article titled 'Sedentary lives, the other global epidemic'. As educators, how should we be addressing and even preventing this elusive epidemic. A rich Physical Education (PE) Programme builds knowledge and technique in physical skills and games, knowledge of healthy habits and socio-emotional skills associated with sports like grit, teamwork and sportsmanship. Health organizations from around the world including the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare of India recommend that children (ages 5 - 17) move at least 60 minutes a day. In short, besi… read more
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