• Jul
    29
    By PTI

    US Secretary of State John Kerry has praised the Tata group for creating thousands of jobs in the United States.

    "Take a look at the jobs that Tata is creating

  • Dearth of skilled professionals has resulted in hiring not only within one’s industry but also across sectors and the trend has become a significant one like never before, say industry

  • Jul
    28
    By Shishir Parasher

    Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI), 100 per cent owned subsidiary of Honda Motor Company, Japan, is the world’s largest manufacturer of two-wheelers. The company, which started its Indian

  • Lore India scholarships
    The Lore Foundation, India, announces scholarship 2014, which is open to Indian students studying in classes X, XI and XII. Over 100 students will be identified for

  • Jul
    25

    Cornell Varsity-Tata scholarships

    The Tata Scholarship Fund will support around 20 scholars at any given time and will ensure that the best Indian students have access to Cornell, regardless of their

  • Jul
    24

    Intel® PhD fellowship

    Intel India announces the Intel® PhD sponsorship programme to boost quality research and enhance PhD programmes across the country. In keeping with the government of India’s

  • Jul
    23

    Narotam Sekhsaria scholarships

    Under its Narotam Sekhsaria scholarship programme, the foundation awards interest free loan scholarships to Indian students with a consistently good academic record. The amount of scholarship,

  • Jul
    17
    By PTI

    Technology giant Microsoft plans to announce one of the largest layoffs in its history, the first since its India-born CEO Satya Nadella took over the company's helms and in line

  • Jul
    06
    By PTI

    The country's manufacturing and engineering sectors have seen lower salary hikes of about 12% this year while the increments are expected to pick up in the near term amid hopes

  • Jun
    10
    By PTI

    Bolstered by improving business sentiments, Indian employers have the strongest hiring plans worldwide for the next three months as they are expected to embark on "vigorous" recruitment activities, says a