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Technology group HCL said it will set up a 100-acre IT city in Lucknow, a move that will help create job opportunities for about 25,000 people in Uttar Pradesh.
The improved demand environment for the Indian IT sector has neither resulted in higher attrition level nor led to a hike on wages, says a report.
Sharing personal information on social media by job seekers may lead to hiring discrimination, a new US study claims.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer has begun firing as many as 500 under-performing employees, All Things D's Kara Swisher reports. After joining the company in July 2012, Mayer instituted new employee performance reviews one year ago.
India's largest software firm Tata Consultancy Services said there was no pressure to increase entry level salaries, which have been stagnant for the past four years. However, the company will evaluate if there is a need for fresher compensation to be increased because of rising inflation, a top company official said.
India is in the middle of a startup spring, with an average of two new companies being launched every day. These companies are showered with a surfeit of money, mentoring and support networks, but one critical resource that they need-talented workers-is in short supply.
Teachers in both public and private schools are learning to use information technology tools in education.
Students were given important tips on Indian aviation and future of Indian airports by Airports Authority of India (AAI), Raipur, director Anil Kumar Rai, in an interactive session, at Indian Institute of Management, Raipur (IIM-R).
As part of this, an IBM Business Analytics Lab with be set up within the school premises and provide relevant software for CEBT trainings to address the increasing need for skills in the global market.
The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) has introduced website based students' services, an official statement said Friday.
Tabtor is a math-learning programme offering an interactive experience to students in kindergarten through sixth grade (K-6). The programme engages students using their favourite cartoon characters to teach math concepts and problem solving.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has asked all the newly-affiliated schools to register themselves for the integrated test management system (ITMS), said an official statement.
LinkedIn will soon open up its service to high school students as part of an effort to help steer their collegiate careers.
University learning will now be directly accessible to millions of students in the remotest parts of the state with the new Multipurpose Virtual Classroom launched at Mumbai University today.
Two e-libraries have been set up in Dhani Bharokha and Kamaal villages of Sirsa district of Haryana.
Haryana government has made online admission mandatory from the next academic session for students seeking admission in government colleges. is into offering customized learning and assessment solutions for school students from Std I to XII across CBSE, ICSE, Maharashtra and other state boards.
To survive in a competitive world, it is getting important for students to pursue postgraduation, irrespective of the discipline.
IT major Tata Consultancy Services will set up a software development campus in Indore with an investment of Rs 500 crore in two phases.
EC-Council aims to train around 40,000 cyber security professionals in India by 2014.
Meritnation?s entry in 2009 was at a time when the education landscape in India was changing rapidly.
Google Science Fair (GSF) has declared the 15 global finalists, and out of them, seven are of Indian origin or Indians.
The program aims at creating a pool of resources to meet the demand across various facets of the IMS segment, Tech Mahindra said in a statement.
Google is enlisting film students from five colleges to help it explore how its wearable computing device can be used to make movies.
Wipro announced the commencement of the third edition of the ?earthian? program, its annual sustainability program for schools and colleges in India.
As many as 80,689 government quota engineering seats in Tamil Nadu have gone vacant this year.
Liqvid said it has signed a MoU with HP to deliver its EnglishEdge software through the HP Lab-in-Box network.
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has announced that the Bangalore edition of TCS IT Wiz 2013 will be held on August 8, at Chowdiah Memorial Hall, Vyalikaval, Near Sankey Tank.
IIT-Guwahati will play host to lectures, quality workshops, social initiatives and challenging competitions from August 29 to September 1.
ItzCash Card Ltd, a nonbanking payment solutions company, announced the launch of ?Power to Pay,? a semi-closed campus payment solution, exclusively for IIT Bombay, in association with RuPay (NPCI) and Canara Bank.
The list of most popular colleges in the city, based on the number of applications received for admissions to degree courses, throws some surprising names that have rarely figured in any listings so far.
America?s research universities, among the most open and robust centers of information exchange in the world, are increasingly coming under cyberattack.
Tata Technologies inked an agreement with Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani.
The Maharashtra Knowledge Corporation Limited (MKCL) has introduced a computer-based study programme to prepare candidates for Joint Entrance Examination (JEE)
Liqvid specialises in the area of English language training through its unique bilingual English edge software on the HP Lab-in-Box network also known as Tatkal Kaksha.
Likes and pokes are creating a slugfest among Bangalore?s schools. A Facebook page dedicated to school stereotypes hit 37,000 likes last week.
Kenya currently has a shortfall of 40,000 teachers, and more than 200,000 teachers in public schools across the country are currently striking over unpaid housing, transport and hardship allowances promised 16 years ago.
An iPad app for autistic children can aid them in their lessons and become an easy at-home means of therapy for such children, a NGO said.
An ambitious scheme to distribute free laptops and tablets to students who pass out of class 12 and class 10 pass in Uttar Pradesh may have run into rough weather
The application, which is redefining the way academic chores are traditionally managed by colleges, is from a Bangalore-based company, Ipomo.
A Class XI student from Mohali, Punjab has made it to the final stage of the Google Science Fair 2013.
Dyal Singh?s previous additional eligibility criteria included relaxation in cutoff percentages for candidates willing to choose from one of the languages mentioned earlier or philosophy as their DC-II subject.
Los Angeles' school system, the second largest in the United States, is ordering iPads for all its students.
Tata Consultancy Services, held its goIT summer camp programme in the Cincinnati area exposing students to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) related career paths.
The world's largest software company has roped in Mumbai-based Indian Market Research Bureau (IMRB) to conduct a study of the scheme launched by the Samajwadi Party government last year.
Goa government is all set to make education hi-tech by introducing e-notepads in schools for the students of class V and VI from next month.
IT major Tata Consultancy Services has selected 202 students from Walchand College of Engineering, Sangli.
The TCS Canada goIT program is designed to encourage students to take up ICT as a career choice to solve the long term skills shortage in the country.
Alakananda Sen, final-year MTech, IIT Bombay, talks about transportation systems engineering as a subject of the future.
Vijay Bhatkar, eminent scientist and architect of PARAM series of supercomputers, underlines a dire need for filing innovative patents through researchers in the field of information and communication technology.

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