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    • How a Soft Skill Development Training Program Can Help You Advance Your Career

      How a Soft Skill Development Training Program Can Help You Advance Your Career

      We always find it more comfortable talking to people who are patient enough to listen to our problems before putting their point of view. This is the main reason why many professionals opt for a soft skills training program that guides them to treat their team member as a valuable asset rather than another person …Read More »
    • Ten things we need to do to make our graduates job worthy

      Ten things we need to do to make our graduates job worthy

      Currently India has 2 crore kids pursuing a degree in a physical classroom, 50 lac kids getting degrees via distance and online education, 40 lac kids pursuing vocational education and only 4 lac kids doing apprenticeships. Is this system architected to cater to the 10 lac kids who will join the labor force every month …Read More »
    • More hiring, 10-30% pay hike likely in 2016

      More hiring, 10-30% pay hike likely in 2016

      The job market promises pay hikes in the range of 10-30% and aggressive hiring by the private sector in 2016, but a push will need to come from e-commerce and ‘Make in India’. Another boost can come from the 7th Pay Commission, which will trigger a big hike in salaries of government employees, and a …Read More »
    • Temporary Staffing Slowly Gaining Momentum Among Indian Companies

      Temporary Staffing Slowly Gaining Momentum Among Indian Companies

      Temporary staffing, or just staffing as it is known, has been rising in prevalence among Indian majors that otherwise did not hire the temps as the temporary staff are known. Earlier, it was only the multinational companies (MNCs) that hired temps, for the period of a project or a season. Now, Indian companies too have …Read More »
    • TLSU signs MoU with government to promote apprenticeship in the country

      TLSU signs MoU with government to promote apprenticeship in the country

      TeamLease Skill University, India’s first vocational education university has signed a MoU with the Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, Government of India to promote apprenticeship in the country. As part of the MoU, TLSU (TeamLease Skill University) through its program -National Employability through Apprentice Program (NETAP) will help the government to bring more apprentices …Read More »
    • Nalco to spend 5% of CSR money for skill development

      Nalco to spend 5% of CSR money for skill development

      The National Aluminium Co. Ltd (Nalco), a central public sector enterprise, on Thursday signed an agreement with the skill development ministry to spend 5% of its corporate scocial responsibility (CSR) corpus on vocational training. Odisha-based Nalco will also open its facilities, provide unused equipment and lend its expertise to promote skill development. It will allow …Read More »
    • Besides formal edu, children should be given skill training

      Besides formal edu, children should be given skill training

      Haryana Education Minister Ram Bilas Sharma today said that besides ensuring formal education, children should be given training in developing at least one skill. “The youth should be encouraged to voluntarily participate in skill development programmes,” an official release quoting Sharma said here today. With an objective to develop skill among youth, Haryana Kaushal Vikas …Read More »
    • TeamLease Services partners with MSBSHSE

      TeamLease Services partners with MSBSHSE

      TeamLease Services, India’s largest staffing solution company today announced that they have entered into a partnership with the Secondary Education Department, Government of Maharashtra. As part of the collaboration TeamLease Services will assist the state government to offer vocational training programmes commissioned under the Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan Scheme. In the initial phase, TeamLease will …Read More »
    • BE AN IT ENGINEER OF TOMORROW’S DIGITAL ENTERPRISE

      BE AN IT ENGINEER OF TOMORROW’S DIGITAL ENTERPRISE

      Why just be a Network Engineer, Hardware or IT Engineer, when you can be more? Why start your career as Associate Engineer after Bachelor Degree when you can start as ‘Level 3 Engineer’ or as Networking Specialist? As Information Technology (IT) is becoming central for more organisations to run their business efficiently, running the business …Read More »
    • INCREASING AUTOMATION IN AUTOMOBILE SECTOR

      INCREASING AUTOMATION IN AUTOMOBILE SECTOR

      Increasing Automation in Automobile Sector – More demand for Mechatronics Engineers Over 400 robots work in Hyundai’s Sriperumbudur factory.Ford’s newly inaugurated Sanand plant in Gujarat has 437 robots. The level of plant automation is 30 per cent but it rises to 95 per cent in the body shop.The Tata Motors plant in Sanand making the …Read More »
    • WHY CHOOSE TEAMLEASE SKILLS UNIVERSITY

      WHY CHOOSE TEAMLEASE SKILLS UNIVERSITY

      Why TeamLease Skills University (TLSU) offers not just education but education that leads to a job? TLSU course curriculum has been designed after extensive discussions with various industry experts, industry-level programs to address the need for creating ‘ready-to-employ’ graduates who acquire professional and vocational training as a part of the university’s curriculum. On-the-job-training (OJT) We …Read More »
    • TIME TO BE JOB-READY

      TIME TO BE JOB-READY

      Very few graduates have what employers look for in fresh graduates. Primarily, soft skills and value-addition through industrial exposure are the game changers. Explains Premkumar S, chief mentor, HCL TalentCare, “Beyond academic knowledge, India Inc expects graduates to equip themselves with professional, technical, domain, behavioural, language and communication skills to be job-ready.” TeamLease Skills University …Read More »
    • HOW TLSU VADODARA IS DIFFERENT FROM OTHER UNIVERSITIES?

      HOW TLSU VADODARA IS DIFFERENT FROM OTHER UNIVERSITIES?

      HOW TLSU VADODARA IS DIFFERENT FROM OTHER UNIVERSITIES OFFERING BBA, B.COM, IT AND ENGINEERING PROGRAMS? TeamLease Skills University is at best of its courses including BBA,B.COM, IT and Engineering Programs. The unique feature of TLSU IT-IMS program is practical orientation and On-the-job Training.Along with the balance of theory and practice in the class room, the …Read More »
    • WHY TEAMLEASE SKILLS UNIVERSITY IS BEST UNIVERSITY  GUJARAT?

      WHY TEAMLEASE SKILLS UNIVERSITY IS BEST UNIVERSITY GUJARAT?

      WHY TEAMLEASE SKILLS UNIVERSITY IS BEST UNIVERSITY IN VADODARA, GUJARAT? The unique feature of TLSU IT-IMS program is practical orientation and On-the-job Training.Along with the balance of theory and practice in the class room, the library & our online educational cloud platform serves as an addition to the learning environment. Real-World exposure in the industry …Read More »
    • SKILLS FOR SUCCESS

      SKILLS FOR SUCCESS

      With an improvement in global and domestic business sentiments coupled with the government’s policy approach, 2015 seems promising. The year is expected to witness an impressive growth in both the employment as well as business scenario. In fact, the employment scenario will see a 10-14 per cent increase in hiring. Some of the niche skills …Read More »
    • INDIAN EDUCATION NEEDS TO CHANGE TODAY

      INDIAN EDUCATION NEEDS TO CHANGE TODAY

      THE biggest lesson of the last twenty years of economic reforms is that growth comes from the 3Es – Education, Employability and Employment. This is reinforced by the view at the exit gate of the higher education system. India is in on a higher education emergency. Our higher education system needs to deliver quantity, quality …Read More »
    • WHO’LL PAY FOR SKILLING, ASKS MANISH SABHARWAL

      WHO’LL PAY FOR SKILLING, ASKS MANISH SABHARWAL

      I think the biggest challenge for skills is who pays. There is a bit of a market failure in skills; companies are not willing to pay for training or candidates, but willing to pay for trained candidates. Candidates are not willing to pay for training, but jobs. Banks or microfinance are not willing to pay …Read More »