Security professionals are the need of the hour
in view of the growing safety concerns, writes
OVER the past few weeks, the country has been witness to several terrorist attacks, and become acutely aware of the need for better and more efficient security systems. The safety of human lives and of our assets, both individual and national, has become a matter of increasing concern. And while the police services and paramilitary and other security forces have been entrusted with this task, the enormity of the responsibility has brought in many more players, particularly private expertise and manpower.
I once again correct you, sir. I am not Ms Florence but
Mr Florence, as mentioned in my resume.
Course on commodity market
Preparing quality IT professionals
THE government has mandated the Indian Institute of Information Technology-Allahabad to prepare enough professionals to meet the industry's demand for quality workforce — an area where private institutions have been failing.
"... our engineering graduates, mostly churned out by private colleges, are often found to be unemployable primarily due to their weak appreciation of existing and upcoming IT and ITES tools & technologies,"
IIIT-A director M.D. Tiwari says.
LG takes up career planning for employees
IN an innovative way to beat attrition, which has hit 30 per cent across industry, LG
Electronics India is taking
up a five-year programme to
nurture the career of its
The company, which, over the years has managed to keep its
attrition rate at 6 per cent, kicked off the new programme for its executives this month.