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Industry 4.0 – People as key players

Published : 1, Dec 2017

The consideration being given to skill development is immense as the people factor is at the core of every industrial revolution. By Dr. Andreas Wolf, Joint MD, Bosch Limited

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Jayakumar David to head Renault-Nissan HR in India

Published : 26, Oct 2017

Will drive efficiencies of HR delivery to strengthen the Renault-Nissan synergies in India.

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Andrew Anagnost is Autodesk’s new President & CEO

Published : 20, Jun 2017

He is currently the interim co-chief executive officer and chief marketing officer

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Over 1.17 crore people skilled under MSDE programs

Published : 7, Jun 2017

ITI ecosystem re-energised, focus on modernisation of Industrial Institutes; 5.9 lakh youth engaged in Apprenticeship through NAPS

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IICA and NSDC to collaborate on skills and CSR

Published : 27, Apr 2017

Ample opportunity to both the organizations to bring together mutual synergies and contribute to policy priorities of the Government

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Allcargo to skill over 7400 youth in the next 3 years

Published : 22, Apr 2017

Signs MoU with Maharashtra State Skill Development Society (MSSDS) under the CSR initiative ‘Nipun’

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Aon Hewitt and IIM Bangalore partner

Published : 20, Apr 2017

To develop Next-Gen CHROs for India Inc.

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11,000 benefit from Bosch’s skilling initiatives

Published : 20, Apr 2017

Training programs tailored to address the demands of India’s manufacturing and service industry

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GM signs 3-year wage agreement at Talegaon Plant

Published : 27, Mar 2017

Workers will receive staggered rise over the next three years

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Workforce for the Industry 4.0

Published : 16, Feb 2017

Demand for employees in the mechanical and electronic controls engineering sector may rise even more. However, many new skills will be required, says Gaur Dattatreya