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Kerala transgender teacher sought legal aid for euthanasia, Minister assures job and support

A dual master's degree holder, Aneera had a temporary teaching job until recently. It is understood that the minister had taken suo motu cognisance in her case, when he got to know about its nature

Published on 12th January 2022
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E-Canteen Fundas: Why being crystal clear about your role in the team is akin to half the battle won

Assigning roles and defining expectations play a huge part in achieving results. Be specific about the role, expectations, delivery, performance standard and consequences of achieving results 

Published on 12th January 2022
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Odisha extends maternity leave from 90 days to 180 days for employees of aided colleges

The government on Monday also increased the upper age limit from 32 to 38 years for candidates applying for government jobs

Published on 11th January 2022
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Uttarakhand: Sacked Dalit cook reappointed, 31 booked for discrimination under SC/ST Act

Demanding justice for her, the Uttarakhand SC/ST Commission had earlier threatened to approach the court if she is not reinstated immediately. She finally got her job back on December 31

Published on 31st December 2021
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Uttarakhand SC,ST Commission to go to court if Dalit cook sacked after student boycott is not reinstated

What is moreover worrisome is that after removing Devi from the job, the district education officers appointed Pushpa Bhatt, a Brahmin cook

Published on 30th December 2021
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This JNU garbage collector's dreams of becoming a lawyer were crushed after he was terminated after protesting. Here's his story

Govind said that he understood the legalities because he was studying law but lost the job that was supporting his studies because he understood the discrepancies

Published on 28th December 2021
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Guest lecturers in Karnataka demand regularisation of jobs by the government following colleague's suicide

In the memorandum they submitted, the members stated that the government is neglecting guest lecturers by not securing their jobs or providing any provisions, like ESI and PF

 

Published on 27th December 2021
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IIT Delhi witnesses a record number of placement offers in the first phase of recruitment 2021

Till December 15, the premier institute has received 1,250 job placements for its outgoing batch of students

Published on 17th December 2021
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World Volunteers' Day: Is volunteering a sign of noble intentions or is it a resume-boosting photo op?

Volunteering is not like a job. More often than not, you cannot afford to stay detached. It comes with an emotional connect and you cannot just brush that aside

Published on 5th December 2021
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Bihar education minister: Government to recruit 4,600 teachers in colleges

6,421 school assistant jobs have also been created to take up computer-related responsibilities in schools

Published on 4th December 2021
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Looking for heroes? This book chronicles stories of 50 disabled bravehearts who braved the pandemic to find jobs  

The book is compiled by NGO Youth4Jobs, who dipped into their own pool of students to find youngsters who have moved heaven and earth to go beyond their disability 

Published on 20th November 2021
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What it takes to get a job at Google: Lessons from a 22-year-old woman who recently joined the tech giant

What may come as a surprise to many is that India is better off than a country like the United Kingdom in terms of careers for women in tech, according to research by UK’s Open University

Published on 8th November 2021
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International students will be able to return to Canberra, Australia in 2022

According to peak body Universities Australia, universities lost 1.8 billion Australian dollars in revenue and cut 17,300 jobs in 2020

Published on 22nd October 2021
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Why is there a marked increase in the number of kids running away from home this year?

The lockdown seems to have caused major cabin fever among the kids running away from home. Some are being driven out by poverty, in search of jobs

Published on 14th October 2021
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No work-life balance? You're not alone as 34% of young Indians agree with you in LinkedIn survey

About 32 per cent said that they were not making sufficient money to sustain themselves while others felt that their jobs were in danger

Published on 8th October 2021

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