Indian Coast Guard Recruitment 2019 (Navik GD): Important Dates, Eligiblity, Selection Process

Indian Coast Guard Recruitment 2019 for Navik (GD): The Indian Coast Guard has notified about the recruitment to the post of Navik (General Duty). Here we have provided the complete information regarding the Indian Coast Guard (Navik GD) Recruitment such as eligibility, selection procedure, exam centres, Navik GD Job profile, training and so much more. Candidates who look forward to join the Indian Coast Guard and are 10+2 passed with Maths and Physics subject can apply for the post of Navik (GD) on 26 August 2019 @ joinindiancoastguard.gov.in. Candidates will be allowed to…

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University of Technology Sydney offers new scholarship to Indian students

NEW DELHI, APRIL 13: Indian high school students, who want to fast-track into the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) in Australia, can now apply for a new scholarship at UTS Insearch and complete their first year in just eight months. The new UTS Insearch Aspire Advantage Scholarship is for motivated students who have the academic aptitude to complete an Accelerated program in two semesters in a supportive and fast-paced learning environment at the premium pathway institute. Australia is the second most popular destination for globally mobile students from India, according to…

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Indian Navy Recruitment 2018: Important notice released regarding exam of 99 Chargeman posts-Advt. no. 02/2017

Indian Navy has canceled the recruitment process for the post of Chargeman posts in Mechanical and Ammunition & Explosive disciplines in the organization. More details here. Indian Navy Recruitment 2018  |  Photo Credit: Times Now Indian Navy has canceled the recruitment process for the post of Chargeman posts in Mechanical and Ammunition & Explosive disciplines in the organization. The organization has issued an official notice to inform the candidates about the cancellation of Advertisement no 02/2017  released in Employment News Vol XLII no. 36 dated 02-08 Dec 2017. The reason for…

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Valeo partners top Indian institutes to tap innovation, make students industry-ready

Valeo, the global automotive technology supplier, has launched an Industry-Academia Connect program in India. The company aims to attract the best talent from local engineering institutes. It has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with premier educational institutes like Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT), Loyola-ICAM College of Engineering & Technology (LICET) and Society for Innovation & Entrepreneurship (SINE) – IIT Bombay. Valeo’s new initiative looks to tap into engineering minds for innovative ideas that would help address emerging mobility needs. Also, through experiential learning opportunities and mentoring, the French supplier will also…

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British Council to provide scholarship to 500 Indian students

Alan Gemmell Obe NEW DELHI, SEP 27 (AGENCIES) | Publish Date: 9/27/2018 12:30:32 PM IST British Council, India Director, Alan Gemmell Obe Thursday said the Council would give a scholarship to 500 students from India for academic exchange programme in United Kingdom universities. The British Council will give a scholarship to 500 Indian students for academic exchange programme in 44 UK universities this year, he said. Obe said so far 105 women from India including six from North East have already availed scholarship from the council to study at a…

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British Council scholarship for Indian students: Obe

British Council, India Director, Alan Gemmell Obe ITANAGAR: British Council, India Director, Alan Gemmell ObeThursday said the Council would give scholarship to 500 students from India for academic exchange programme in United Kingdom universities. The British Council will give scholarship to 500 Indian students for academic exchange programme in 44 UK universities this year, he said. Obe said so far 105 women from India including six from North East have already availed scholarship from the council to study at university in UK. “We are hopeful that more students from Arunachal and other states…

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Delhi University admissions expose sorry state of ancient Indian languages

Five years and two degrees later, Pooja is unsure of what value her higher education in Sanskrit will hold in the future. How many times will she have to appear for the National Eligibility Test before qualifying as a lecturer? Will she ever get a job? Or will her efforts be rendered futile and she will have to sit at home? These are some of the many concerns worrying 23-year-old Pooja, who initially wanted to pursue a course in History, but took up Sanskrit after failing to make the cut…

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Over 80% Indian millennials ready to switch jobs for a pay rise: Report

For the Indian millennial workforce, money is the key motivating factor to stick to a job as 83% employees – aged between 25 to 34 years – would consider switching jobs for a salary hike, says a report. According to a survey conducted by global job site Indeed, over 80% of respondents agreed that they would consider changing their jobs to secure a pay rise. However, a number of respondents also stated that they would be willing to accept alternative benefits at work in place of a pay raise. Over…

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Indian institutes pay heed when foreigners point out flaws but ignore our researchers

Interestingly, Indians are not bad at spotting bugs but are just wary. Indian hackers have topped bug bounty charts of Facebook, Uber, Google and others. BENGALURU: Indian ethical hackers are reaching out to Baptiste Robert, a French cyber researcher, to alert firms of flaws in their online assets as they fear local laws in the country does not give them protection for calling out such vulnerabilities. Organisations such as Bharat Sanchar Nigam(BSNL), the India Post and Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) have fixed those flaws after Baptiste Robert flagged the chinks in their…

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Indian institutes consistently fare poorly on global rankings

Indian educational institutions continued to lag behind their Asian and global peers in the QS World University Rankings 2018. This was a repeat of their performance in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2018 released a few weeks ago, where Indian institutes’ performance deteriorated from 2017. In the QS World University Rankings 2018, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), followed by Stanford University and Harvard University topped the list, thereby putting United States at the top of the league table. Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi (rank 172), followed by…

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