Times Professional Learning (TPL), India’s leading education provider for students, budding professionals, and executives, under its brand The Second Wind (TimesTSW), has announced a strategic tie-up with the Indian Institute of Management Bodh Gaya (IIM BG) for the launch of various executive education programmes.
Changes and reforms are an ongoing constant and education is no exception to that. The education system has seen massive changes in last few decades and an increased use of technology is in vogue.
When it comes to the work culture of any organization leadership is arguably the base for all success no matter it is in personal or professional life. However, in professional life leadership is crucial in building and developing highly productive teams.
Under the new normal, most organizations have revisited the traditional and time-tested approaches to managing their talent and has found own ways to set the house in order, to stay current and competitive.
The widening skill gap between the demand for and supply of digital talent, and the disadvantage of not having the right talent at the right time are often a hot topic of discussion in the contemporary corporate world these days.
Campus placements are an integral part of a student’s life. After completing a degree, the next important step is to participate in the campus placements and land the job of your dreams.
Whether choosing sustainable brands or aspiring to be part of work or academic environments that help make positive differences in society, young people today are more motivated than ever to step up to the wheel and drive change.
Pragyan is the ISO 9001 AND 20121 certified annual International Techno-Managerial fest of NIT Trichy. It is one of the biggest festivals of its kind in the country, which hosts and showcases the talent of students from various colleges across the nation, since its inception in 2005.
A smart classroom is a teaching method that uses cutting-edge technology to improve digital teaching and learning. In a smart classroom, lectures are more entertaining and interactive with the use of digital displays, tablets, smartboards, and other audio-visual components.
Jaro Education, an executive education focused edtech company, announced an education initiative – ‘I Wish to Make a Difference’ as part of its annual CSR activity.
The dream of a successful global career inspires many Indian students to seek international education from some of the most reputed institutions in the world.
The campus hiring process has undergone significant changes in the last two decades. At the turn of the century, many companies limited the process to two interviews – one technical and the other HR.