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Women More Employable Than Men In India; Says India Skills Report 2021

According to India Skills Report 2021, women tend to be more employable than men. The report says that the number of women enrolling in colleges has increased over the past. The Wheebox National Employability Test the data of employability stands on 46.8% employable women versus 45.91% employable men. Although it’s the men who secure the most of the jobs despite women being more employable. The report says that women make the cut of 36 percent of all the professionals where men stand ahead with 64 percent. Wheebox Founder and CEO Nirmal Singh said, “Finally Gender Gap in Employability is improving with the Indian Digital revolution. One great structural change that we found is that women's participation is higher than in the previous 5 years. Women consist of 36% of the workforce, whil...

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Want To Do Something About Workplace Harassment? Here Are Some Tips On How To Deal With It

#METOO India saw a victory yesterday as journalist Priya Ramani was declared not guilty by a Delhi high court in a defamation case filed by MJ Akbar. Ramani in a 2017 Vogue India article made the allegations against an unnamed editor in which she described how she faced workplace harassment during a job interview. But after a year she disclosed the identity of the editor as MJ Akbar. Akbar who is a former journalist was a junior minister in foreign affairs during the time when allegations were made. Soon after many more women followed Priya Ramani and upfront with their own allegations of assault, harassment, and groping against MJ Akbar. However, women around the world are lauding the verdict but we still need to see the bigger picture. As per a study conducted by ‘I-Sight.com’, more tha...

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After Politicians, Bollywood Too Is Boarding The Train To Join ‘Koo’ App; Check Out The Celebrity’s Name

Some of the Bollywood personalities have joined major politicians in joining India’s ‘Koo’ app which mimics the operational interface of global app ‘Twitter’. Union Minister Piyush Goyal who has recently switched to Koo app is urging citizens and personalities to promote and join the app too. I am now on Koo. Connect with me on this Indian micro-blogging platform for real-time, exciting and exclusive updates. Let us exchange our thoughts and ideas on Koo. 📱 Join me: https://t.co/zIL6YI0epM pic.twitter.com/REGioTdMfm — Piyush Goyal (@PiyushGoyal) February 9, 2021 Very recently actress Kangna Ranaut made headlines once again as she announced that she has officially joined the trending Koo app and has introduced herself as ‘hot blooded Kshatriya women’. The ‘Queen’ actress wrote in her in...

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UP Police Has Officially Joined Viral ‘PAWRI HO RI HAI’ Memefest; Check It Out

For the past few weeks, the ‘Pawri Ho RI Hai’ trend is going viral everywhere on social media. Within days the internet was flooded with ‘Pawri’ memes and recreations including a video created by viral music genius Yashraj Mukhate who created a song out of ‘Pawri Ho Ri Hai’. Living up to the opportunity now UP police has also joined the meme party to raise awareness about loud night parties. Uttar Pradesh Police has shared a post on their social media that has a graphic image of a police car and has a message which says "Yeh hum hain aur humari car hai. Agar late night Pawri aapko disturb kar rahi hai toh yeh humara number hai 112 (In English it says ‘This is us and this is our car. If a late night Pawri is disturbing you, then this is our number 112’)." In the caption, they wrote, "Late ...

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‘My Room Is Shaking’: Rahul Gandhi’s Unmissable Reaction As Earthquake Strikes During Live Session

A short video clip of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has gone viral where he is seen all calm, cool, and collected as the massive earthquake hit parts of North India on Friday night. Rahul felt the tremors while attending a live virtual interaction with historian Dipesh Chakrabarty and political science students from the University of Chicago. While responding to a question about media censorship and social media trolling, the Congress leader paused for a second, and chuckled, "by the way, there's an earthquake going on...my whole room is shaking." Appearing unflustered, he calmly informed everyone about the earthquake, smiled, and continued speaking. #earthquake @RahulGandhi in between in a live interview when earthquake happened.#earthquake pic.twitter.com/GRp9sxHoMY — Rohit Ya...

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