Niti Aayog is mulling a national policy on Artificial Intelligence to outline the scope for research and for its adoption and commercialisation.
“The reforms which India is embarking on are bold, and they must be,” World Health Organisation director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said.
A high-level committee chaired by Niti Aayog member Ramesh Chand will soon recommend inclusion of millets to the grains supplied under PDS.
Govt forced to rethink move that may help ease of biz, but may also help firms hire and fire at will
For employers, fixed-term contracts are attractive as they provide flexibility in hiring for limited time and freedom from complexities over termination.
Payroll data is currently collated using information from firms registered under the EPFO and the Employees’ State Insurance Corp (ESIC).
Industry estimates show that there could be more than 1 million drivers associated with Ola & Uber while over 350,000 deliver for e-commerce companies.
This is in accordance with the outcome-oriented budget strategy prepared by Niti Aayog and will help the government adopt a targeted approach toward job creation.
The government wants to ensure India does not fall behind in emerging technologies and hence the urgency to roll out a nationwide AI programme.
Centre may ask states to incentivise private sector to set up infra, create trained manpower for National Health Protection Scheme’s implementation.
95K direct and indirect jobs will be created under mega food parks being set up, while 75K jobs will be created for building cold chains and other infra for agriculture.
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