Nokia and NIIT ink pact to launch 5G certification program
The Nokia Bell Labs 5G Certification Program will offer professionals across the information and communications technology (ICT) industry two levels of certification – Associate and Professional – that deliver essential knowledge covering everything from the basics of 5G networks to professional level planning and design.
ZS to hire 3,000 employees in 2021 for India offices
Out of the over 3,000 new additions to the company, 30% will cater to business consultin...
Tax planning tips for professionals
Efficient tax planning can help in saving a good amount of money over the long run. With smart tax planni...
Biden admn introduces ambitious immigration bill in Congress; Indian IT professionals to be benefited
The bill, if passed by both the chambers of the Congress - House of Representatives and the Senate - and signed into law by President Joe Biden would bring citizenship to millions of foreign nationals, including undocumented and those who came to the country legally.
India to bid for Chess Olympiad, start game's professional league
"We want India to become the chess destination for the world. We have drawn out a detailed plan to achieve this goal," All India Chess Federation's (AICF) newly- elected president Sanjay Kapoor said at a press conference here on Sunday, immediately after the AICF's AGM.
TCS to hire 1,500 technology professionals in UK
The announcement followed Monday's meeting in Mumbai between visiting UK Trade Secretary Liz Truss and TCS CEO Rajesh Gopinathan.
Dassault Systèmes introduces 3D EXPERIENCE SOLIDWORKS for professionals, students
3DEXPERIENCE SOLIDWORKS for Students helps prepare students for employability in a highly competitive job market by developing the engineering, collaboration, project management and data intelligence skills that are sought after by the industry today.
Confident that Indian professionals will continue to be welcomed in US: Envoy
People-to-people contacts and growing business linkages, especially in technology and innovation sectors, are important aspects of expanding India-US strategic partnership, he said, responding to a question on US policies on H-1B visas which has been impacting Indian companies in the US and also a large number of Indian IT professionals.
Constant need to check & reply to emails affects productivity of working professionals
55% of millennials say working from home has significantly increased their time spent on emails.
UAE adopts amendments to grant citizenship to investors and other professionals
The United Arab Emirates has adopted amendments that would allow the Gulf state to grant citizenship to investors and other professionals including scientists, doctors and their families.
Veteran consumer electronics professional Ravinder Zutshi joins Havells
Zutshi, who was one of the first few employees at Samsung India and eventually became the deputy managing director till his retirement there in 2014, was engaged with Havells since it acquired the white goods brand Lloyd.
Aviation industry professionals to be considered for vaccinations
The industry has played a crucial role in evacuation of millions and re-connecting supply chains to ferry essentials during the pandemic period.
68% of professionals see learning as the key to landing better opportunities: Survey
The annual survey report by Simplilearn - an online bootcamp for digital economy skills training - titled ‘IT Skills Training Trends: 2020 and 2021’, was conducted to understand how 2020 affected work environments and what aspirants are doing to prepare for the various eventualities that they foresee in 2021.
India engaged with US on extension of H-1B ban: Ministry of External Affairs
Last month, outgoing US President Donald Trump issued a proclamation where he extended the restrictions entry of immigrants and non-immigrants in the country, including H-1B visas used by Indian nationals, citing the devastating impact of Covid-19 in the labour market.
Donald Trump's new rules hike minimum pay for H-1B medical professionals by 40%, pricing them out of market
The US decision came on October 8, via a Department of Labor (DoL) Interim Final Rule (IFR) that mandated that minimum wages to be paid to H-1B workers be higher by 40% on average.