Life would be so colourless in office without Holi days.
THE earthquake last
year was a good wake-up call for all builders. If the many high-rise
buildings in Gurgaon had been built according to established rules
and guidelines, using the right building material, perhaps there
would not have been so much panic. It also reinforces the imperative
need for professionalism and accountability in the building and
construction industry, growing at a frenzied pace today.
IIM graduates make a
IN this dog-eat-dog
world of competition for jobs, Indian Institute of Management
students are in a class of their own. They donít hunt for work,
the jobs just come to them. Graduates clinching
job offers with astronomical figures as salary has become sort of a
custom in IIM campuses and this year is no exception.
professionals take home fatter cheques
Salaries grew by
16-18 per cent in 2005: survey
THE above average
performers in the Indian IT and IT-enabled Services have seen
their salaries grow by an average of 16-18 per cent year-on-year in
2005, according to a survey by Nasscom and human resource
consultancy Hewitt Associates.
highlights demand for trained manpower
Ansal Institute of Technology, Gurgaon, in collaboration with North
Dakota State University, USA, organised a 4-day International
conference-cum-workshop. The conference on the first two days was on
"Industry-Academia collaboration: Opportunities &
Challenges" whereas a workshop held in the next two days, focused
on Emerging Areas of Information and Communication Technology at its
campus in Gurgaon.
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