India's one of leading software companies, Infosys is on a mission to help bolster students’ technical education. The IT major signed an MoU with the Department of Collegiate and Technical Education (DCTE) in Karnataka under its 'Help Educate' initiative to help students pursue higher education and shape their careers.
India's second largest software services company, Infosys, is currently on a hiring spree. Like other IT firms, the IT major Infosys is also adding thousands of talents to its workforce. If reports are to be believed, Infosys is hiring for several job profiles across India.
Bhubaneswar: With the suspension of regular passenger train services still in force, the Ministry of Railways has decided to run Bhubaneswar-Bangalore-Bhubaneswar Special train from Bhubaneswar with effect from October 12, 2020, and from Bangalore from October 13, 2020, to facilitate the movement of passengers. As per sources, 08463 Bhubaneswar-Bangalore Special Train will leave Bhubaneswar at […]
Bengaluru: Kannada movie actress Samyuktha Hegde alleged moral policing and harassment by Congress leader Kavitha Reddy when she was out with her friends at Agara lake in the city. “We were abused and ridiculed by Kavitha Reddy at Agara Lake. There are witnesses and more video evidence, I request you to look into this. #this […]
London: Bangalore emerged as India’s highest-ranked city at No. 83 in a new index of the world’s 113 cities in terms of economic and social inclusivity, topped by Zurich in Switzerland. The first-ever Prosperity & Inclusion City Seal and Awards (PICSA) Index, released in the Basque Country capital of Bilbao in northern Spain on Thursday […]
Bengaluru: With the death of one more person in a building collapse in Karnataka’s Dharwad, the toll has touched three, police said on Wednesday. About 10 others were still suspected to be trapped under tonnes of cement and mortar. The multi-storey commercial under-construction building collapsed on Tuesday injuring at least 46 others. State unit Congress […]
Bhubaneswar: The ruling-BJD has strongly opposed the decision of the railways to shift the Bhubaneswar office of Central Organisation for Railway Electrification (CORE) to Bangalore. Alleging that it is a clear case of violation of model code of conduct, BJD Spokesperson Sasmit Patra on Saturday informed that the party would move the State Election Commission […]
Bhubaneswar: Bank of Baroda has released a notification for the recruitment of Armed Guard to be posted in its branches across Bangalore and Visakhapatnam. Interested and eligible candidates can apply by March 7, 2018. Bank of Baroda Vacancy Detail Armed Guard – 04 Salary for the Post Rs 9,560 – Rs 18,545/-Per Month Job Location […]
Bhubaneswar: Noted opera script writer, director and artiste Ananta Ojha passed away after a prolonged battle with mouth cancer at HCG hospital in Bangalore today. He was 59. He is survived by his wife, three sons, daughter and mother. Ojha was undergoing treatment in Bangalore for around one and a half months. He was put […]
Bhubaneswar: More than 200 Odia students studying at a Bangalore-based English medium school and their guardians were excited after the school decided to introduce Odia language as an optional subject in its syllabus from the next academic session. Odia will be taught as an optional subject from Class I at Godwin Public School in Bangalore. […]
Bhubaneswar: Onion prices are on their way up across the State compounding woes of consumers, who are already feeling the pinch of sky-high tomato prices recently. Within three to four days, onion prices per kilo has gone up by Rs 5-7 creating apprehension among consumers of further price rise in near future. “Two days back […]
Bangalore: Ace woman sprinter of Odisha Srabani Nanda, who hogged the limelight after qualifying for the Rio Olympics in the 200-metre run and 4X400 relay race, feels that foreign countries have better sports infrastructure compared to India. “In foreign countries, you get the opportunity to compete with promising athletes. Besides, you also get advanced training […]
At least 23 people, including two children, were charred to death when an AC coach of Nanded-Bangalore Express caught fire in the district early today