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Gr 3 boy: "I want to be a garbage man"

“I want to be a garbage man” was the response of a Grade 3 boy when his mom asked him what he wants to be when he grows up. 491 more words

Skill Gap: a real challenge for "Make in India"

Initiatives by new government are commendable and definitely would impact positively Indian GDP in long term.

Today we are more concerned about unemployment in Indian which is becoming inexplicable for us. 394 more words

Building Your Dream Leadership Team

Christian organizations sometimes struggle with developing solid leaders. There are several reasons for this.

  • First, there’s the issue of funding – secular, for-profit organizations can usually afford to pay more for their talent.  
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The 5 A’s of Corporate Expectations

A lot has been in news, on discussion, in reports and on various other forums over the skill gaps and on the million dollar question; ‘What the Industry/Employer expects from an applicant?’ Well, I’m not an expert and when so many better human beings are still struggling with a proper answer, I will not ridicule myself and them by even try giving a solution to the question. 668 more words


A free community college program could get millions of Americans into skilled jobs

On January 8, President Obama announced a proposal to make the first two years of community college “free for everybody who is willing to work for it,” with states providing a quarter of the funding and the remaining cost covered by the federal government. 1,355 more words

Corporate India : Understanding The Ethical Dilemma

This is the second part of the article of Is This Business? Professionalism? Planning? Management?

We looked at some real-world examples of the result of unethical behaviour in the Corporate World in the previous post linked above; these can be easily added to by the simple means of a google search; any number of real cases will appear for ready consideration. 1,421 more words


Connecting Industry to Higher Education. A three part solution.

In the battle for institutional supremacy sometimes we forget the person for whom we are making any application. And so, I propose to bring the little guy, the fresh career starter, the college graduate, the disgruntled middle level exec, the redundant factory worker, the about to be laid off office worker, the center of the discussion. 671 more words