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Technology

Current Education Employability Gap

Submitted by rashmijsr on Tue, 2010-11-09 13:17
Education Gap

The Education Employ-ability gap is a condition in which the educational system cannot keep pace with the industry requirements and a gap is created between the two. This increases risks of unemployment as there are very few candidates who are considered employable. According to Kapil Sibal, Minister for Human Resource Development India, vocational training should be introduced to meet requirements of Industry. The problem is technology is changing everyday but the syllabus is remaining the same. Students pursue MBA, Engineering etc to get good high paying salary.

Web 2.0 changing lives

Submitted by rashmijsr on Fri, 2010-04-30 17:28
Web 2.0

Internet has become a big source of communication and with the advent of technological innovations knowledge sharing became easier. It increased the reach of common man to a vast knowledge base just with the click of the mouse. Previously it was one way communication but with web 2.0 technology its two way communication. Web 2.0 helps in networking, finding solutions to problems, share our ideas and views by means of blog and help in selling better.

Interpersonal Skills

Submitted by rashmijsr on Thu, 2009-05-21 20:14
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Interpersonal skills is not a new word in today's business scenario. Its importance is the same as it was years back and it will remain important in the forth coming years. Gone are the days when people use succeed with poor interpersonal skills and even reached high positions. the scenario is quite changed now and you cannot progress in life with poor interpersonal skills. Some possess high and some possess low interpersonal skills but the most successful person is one who knows how to use his skill.

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