India has 15697 ITIs, Uttar Pradesh has the most: Govt
Besides, government has envisaged setting up of Indian Institute of Skills with unique features that would make them different from the existing setup of ITIs, Polytechnics, and Advanced Training Institutes (ATIs). The union cabinet has approved the proposal of setting up of IISs at three locations in the country.
Stock market update: Private banks mixed; YES Bank gains over 1%
The Nifty Private Bank index was trading 0.26 per cent up at 17,100.9.
Carlyle to sell 3% in SBI Life at Rs 930-940
Through the block deal, Carlyle Group will raise up to Rs 2,820 crore.
Indonesian billionaire joins race for Videocon
Videocon Industries owns a stake in the prized Ravva oil field in the Krishna-Godavari basin.
States spend Rs 12.99 crore on model career centres: Labour Minister
As of now, total 997 employment exchanges are functional in the country. The Ministry is implementing the National Career Service (NCS) project for transformation of the National Employment Service to provide a variety of employment related services like job matching, career counseling, vocational guidance, information on skill development courses, etc.
Stock market update: Private banks advance; IDFC First Bank gains over 1%
The Nifty Private Bank index was trading 0.28 per cent up at 17,113.6.
Private banks, large NBFCs should continue to do well: Dhiraj Relli, HDFC Securities
In an interview with ET Wealth, Dhiraj Relli, MD and CEO, HDFC Securities talk about which sectors you can bet on now, expectations on how long the ongoing slump will continue and why trade wars are favourable for India.
Realty attracts $14 billion foreign PE investments since 2015: Report
Indian real estate attracted nearly $14 billion of foreign private equity between 2015 and 2019.
Trial runs done, train services in Kashmir likely to resume Sunday: Officials
"The train service on Srinagar-Banihal route will resume on Sunday and it is being restored for the public fully for the first time after it was suspended due to security reasons," a railway official said. Train services in the valley were suspended on August 3, ahead of the Centre's decision to abrogate Article 370.
Greater private sector innovation, digital tools key to quality healthcare services in India at low cost: Bill Gates
Bill Gates, who is currently on a three-day visit to India, said: "Our biggest work has been broadly in the health area helping to get new vaccines introduced, helping to look at innovations in some of the disease-specific areas, like tuberculosis or visceral leishmaniasis (VL) or lymphatic filariasis (LF)."
Rail board to hike meal prices on Rajdhani, Shatabdi, Duronto trains
According to the new order, in first class AC, tea will cost Rs 35, up by Rs 6, breakfast Rs 140, up by Rs 7, lunch and dinner Rs 245, up by Rs 15. In second class AC, third class AC and chair car, tea to cost Rs 20, up by Rs 5, breakfast Rs 105, up by Rs 8, lunch and dinner Rs 185, up by Rs 10. Snacks with regional flavour will be introduced.
Railways' 1st 'private' train Tejas posts Rs 70 lakh profit in first month of ops: Sources
Tejas has run with an average occupancy of 80-85 per cent since it began operations on October 5.
Instagram takes the private like counts test global
In the test, users can still see their likes by tapping on the like list, but others will not be able to see how many likes their post has received. Likewise, users will not be able to see how many likes others' posts have received. The company began testing it in Canada in May 2019 and expanded it to Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Brazil, Ireland, and Italy in July this year.
Goa: MiG-29K fighter aircraft crashes during training mission, both pilots safe
MiG-29K fighter aircraft crashed in Goa on November 16. The aircraft crashed soon after it took off for a training mission today. Both the p...
Stock market update: Private banks advance; RBL Bank over 1%
The Nifty Private Bank index was trading 0.57 per cent up at 17,111.15.
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