Through a student’s survey, the report highlights the current scenario of STEM Education in Senior School Education System in India.
The study explores the following areas: the gaps in the STEM education system compared to international education; challenges faced by students; drivers for choosing an institute for higher education; and perspectives on exchange programs, subject preferences, and future technical skills.
Cyient is focusing on digital transformation and updating its offerings in the New Normal, anticipating demand for AI based inspection, Cloud based migrations, AR/VR based collaboration tools etc.
Much before the pandemic struck, Cyient realised the need to keep its workforce relevant by reskilling.
Cyient utilised the pandemic to pivot to digital projects by reskilling its workforce. It is also looking at hiring gig-workers to bring flexibility in its business model.
Much before accelerated the process of digital transformation, there was a company that embraced open source, recognised the power of collaboration,
With a plethora of courses available on the Internet, ranging from 2 hours to 2 months, how do you choose the right course that covers all popular topics, fundamental concepts along with hands on knowledge of most popular tools/ languages.
If somebody had told you even one year back that the physical environment in which learning takes place would be replaced by the virtual world, you would have certainly laughed it off. .
Change is the only thing that is constant. Yet, change is dreaded. The reason is perhaps the fear of the unknown and desire to hold on to the comfort of status quo.
The Solution to any problem can be found by simply ‘Googling’ these days. But the results need not align with the purpose of the searcher every time due the presence of massive content on the internet.
Have you ever wondered why all keyboards are QWERTY Keyboards? There was a time when all typewriter manufacturers had their own special formats. At some point, companies started aligning to the QWERTY keyboard.
India is facing a severe shortage of skilled workforce and embracing the culture of continuous learning is the need of the hour. The mantra for today is - Learn, unlearn, relearn, and repeat.
As WNS continues to progress in its digital transformation journey with an unwavering focus on its talent capabilities - which the company believes is a key element in its success.
Digital technologies are revolutionizing competitive dynamics across industries and the right partnerships are crucial to make game-changing impact.
India is poised to become the ‘talent capital of the world’ with an uninterrupted economic growth.
No force can stop India’s labour force from driving country’s economic transformation, if it has the right set of skills to thrive in this technological revolution.
The insdustrial revolutions have been one of the most significant 'game-changuing' periods in Indian history.
Advancement in technology is creating tremendous value for companies in the BPM space. Nasscom believes that the Indian BPM is positioned strongly to get the most out of this opportunity set.
Nowhere is the impact of the shifting digital landscape as visible as in India’s large IT services organisations that work with all the leading companies around the globe.
The Indian tech-force has indeed become one of the most essential levers of the country’s economic well-being.