No matter how many Interviews you’ve given, giving a new one is a challenge. Every interview is different; sometimes we meet new people, other times it is a new profile. We worry about a career break in our CV and how to handle questions relating to that. Other times, we are not sure what kind of questions to ask. Here are some universal interview tips that will... read more
At the beginning of the year, Linkedin disclosed the soft skills employers need the most, and the one’s employees lack. They are leadership, communication and collaboration.
Most professionals focus on just improving their hard skills. But emotional skills and intelligence are as essential. According to
Technology giant Apple announced on January 22nd that it would support the Malala fund – lead by Nobel prize winner Malala Yousafzai. The fund focuses on advocating 12 years of free, safe and quality education for girls.
In a first, this will be the first time Malala fund will have a partner,... read more
Creating a perfect resume is vital for everyone in today’s competitive job world.
From the ones starting off their career to those well settled in their field, everyone requires a resume when looking for a job. And few people can tell you what the ingredients of a perfect resume are. While we all look for these answers, video resumes are making their way into the modern hiring landscape and transforming the... read more
Annual Status Education Report (ASER) 2017 was released on January 16, 2018. Titled ‘Beyond basics’ – the report focused on youth who fall under the 14-18 age group moving beyond the elementary school age.
‘The report has attempted to look ‘beyond basics’ and explore a broader set of domains... read more
What you choose to do in your free time can do wonders for your career as well as your personal growth. Doing something constructive on the weekend, or spending after-work hours reading a book can be relaxing and productive. On the other hand, doing nothing in your free time can make you lazy. Of course, there are days we just want to get home and sleep, but there are days we spend hours... read more
The NS Raghavan Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (NSRCEL) at IIM Bangalore is starting a venture called the Women Startup Programme. Goldman Sachs and the Department of Science and Technology (DST) are funding the project.
According to Mercer’s new India Total Remuneration Survey, there will be a hike of 10 percent in salaries across industries and career levels in 2018. Additionally, companies are also expecting an increase in hiring.
The survey included 791 organisations across different sectors. Out of these, 55% companies intend to hire in the next 12 months as opposed to 48% in 2017.
“Indian... read more
It isn’t a surprise that technology is playing a bigger role today than the age old job exchange. It isn’t a surprise that technology is playing a bigger role today than the age old job exchange. It isn’t a surprise that technology is playing a bigger role today than the age old job exchange. It isn’t a surprise that technology is playing a bigger role today than the age old job exchange.... read more
‘Youth are a country’s future’, how often have we heard this line? From parents and teachers to politicians and leaders this has been repeated so often its become a litany. It is hardly an unknown fact that India is the youngest country in the world. With 356 million 10-24 year-olds, India has the world’s largest youth population, according to the latest census data. And by 2020, India this number... read more