Skill Development
Education  /  Published 19.03.19

Wanted: apprenticeships that lead to jobs

Recently, 25-year-old Bikram Ray from Chinsura, a small town 45 kilometres north of Calcutta, got a job at the Indian Ordnance Factory in Hyderabad. It was no mean achievement for the elder son of a v...
By Chandana Chandra in

Opinion  /  Published 11.09.19

Universities are not intended to teach typing

Official language has its own codes. In it, the word ‘advice’ is seldom a disinterested attempt to help. So when the University Grants Commission ‘advises’ universities to adopt the series of ...
By The Editorial Board in

Education  /  Published 29.01.19

Learn skills, get jobs

When we talk of skilling, we generally tend to think of the underprivileged or people who are not highly educated as needing it. However, that is not always correct. In very simple terms, the differen...
By As told to Manasi Shah in

Education  /  Published 29.01.19

At your service

Chamru Hussain from Matelli village in the district of Jalpaiguri in West Bengal, wanted to pull his family of four out of the poverty pit. He worked as assistant to his father, hair cutter Madis Huss...
By Manasi Shah in

Jharkhand  /  Published 07.01.19

Skill meet in Ranchi to reach jobs target

Jharkhand government believes it can achieve its target of offering job letters to one lakh skilled youths during the Global Skill Summit that will be held at the mega sports complex at Hotwar on the ...
By Our Correspondent in Ranchi

Health  /  Published 20.02.19

Vaping is smoking too

q I wanted to give up smoking, so I switched to vaping. Now I have severe throat pain and feel sick all the time.Vaping uses electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) to avoid the paper, tar and other chem...
By The Telegraph in

Jharkhand  /  Published 09.01.19

At global meet, Jharkhand to showcase skill push

Over 20,000 people are expected to attend the state’s maiden Global Skill Summit-2019 at the mega sports complex at Hotwar on the outskirts of the capital, the daylong event promising to showcase th...
By Our Special Correspondent in Ranchi

Jharkhand  /  Published 23.01.19

Pyatkar tribal art safe, meet GenNext artists

The best way to keep any skill or culture alive is to pass it on to the next generation. That’s is what Maati Ghar, a Jamshedpur-based start-up that works to preserve and promote tribal art and cult...
By Antara Bose in Jamshedpur

Jharkhand  /  Published 10.01.19

Dubai driving cradle to come to Ranchi

Emirates Driving Institute (EDI), “the largest and the most successful” driving cradle in Dubai and West Asia, is likely to open doors in the state capital later this year.Chief operating officer ...
By Our Special Correspondent in Ranchi


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