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Indian IT sector to onboard more freshers than lateral hires

The Indian IT sector is on a massive recruitment drive. Record low attrition rates mean that companies shall award more opportunities to freshers.

New work from home guidelines for BPO and ITES

Govt. removes registration and compliance of the companies and introduces new guidelines for IT and BPO firms to make work from home and work from anywhere permanent.

ADIA and PIF invests $1B in Reliance’s fiber optic business

Reliance’s fibre-optic business raises $1 billion from ADIA and PIF through stakes sale and borrowings for digital fibre business.

Indian Railways launches Meri Saheli initiative

Indian Railways has launched the Meri Saheli initiative to strengthen women's security through coherent and concrete methods.

BSE and ICICI join to help SMEs and startups in listing

BSE and ICICI signs an MoU under which the latter will offer networking activities, awareness camps, interactive sessions, and business events to support SMEs and startups, and promote their listing on the exchange.

Indian Army launched SAI: A secure and encrypted messaging app

The Indian Army launched SAI, an in-house messaging app, to prevent leakage of sensitive information and promote secure communication within the service.

Villgro-FPAI Innovation challenge in sexual and reproductive health space

Villgro and FPAI collaborate to find innovative and technological solutions in the sexual and reproductive health space.

Wearable sensors to be printed directly on the skin

Wearable sensors are the next big step in the healthcare industry – the latest being biosensors to be printed directly on the skin to measure temperature, blood oxygen, heart signals.

NCERT textbooks to be available in Indian Sign Language

NCERT textbooks to be made available in Indian Sign Language in the digital format for the students with hearing-impairment.

Philips launches ‘Hausala Program’

After the 'HarSaansMeiZindagi' campaign to increase awareness about childhood Pneumonia, Philips launched the 'Hausala Program' initiative to support the dhobi community during the pandemic.

Dubai-based Indian teenager launches KLAPiT

A Dubai-based Indian teenager has developed an innovative solution to hang heavy objects on the wall without drilling the holes.

Buldana pattern of water conservation gets national recognition

Nitin Gadkari, the Union Minister, urges to adopt the Buldana pattern of water conservation model, emphasizing the benefits of improving the agricultural production and economic state of farmers.

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