Today’ news reported that the Congress has put the issue of food price rise on the shoulders of the agriculture minister and the minister in turn has shifted the blame on to Mother Nature. Who is responsible? And who needs... Read More.
Last week at the World Association of Newspapers (WAN) conference in Hyderabad, one was treated to intense and often heated debate on the future of newspapers. Putting this in context, newspapers have long been losing subscribers and advertisers to the... Read More.
To me, some recent reports in the press attributing the healthy performance of manufacturing in India in Q2 FY10 to rural markets, brought the puzzle of rural markets in India into focus again. Every one who has anything to sell... Read More.
e-learning has been a service oriented industry since its inception. Indian e-learning service providers have also traditionally taken on offshored custom services from clients, on an ongoing basis or through annual contracts. According to a ValueNotes report, the revenues for... Read More.
While India has carved a place for itself in the global e-learning outsourcing segment, it has done so primarily for low to medium value services. Barring a select few Indian providers, the rest are yet to establish themselves as comprehensive... Read More.
Isn't it great how education has become a mainstream media subject? Notwithstanding some of the completely retrograde political opinions, for once, we're actually seeing a debate on this subject. Even those who lay the blame for this heightened interest in... Read More.
With training budgets slumping, and the growing need for maintaining a highly skilled workforce, companies are increasingly turning to incorporating e-learning as a part of their training initiatives. But maintaining e-learning systems within the organization equals more costs. The solution?... Read More.