STATUS OF INDIAN ECONOMY BY 2020:
IMF has pared India’s growth forecast for the just-concluded fiscal and the next two years, citing softer recent growth and weaker global outlook, but expects the country to retain its place as the fastest growing major economy.
According to IMF estimates, India’s economy grew 7.1% in FY19 and is expected to accelerate to 7.3% growth this fiscal and to 7.5% in FY21. All the estimates are 0.2 percentage points less than its previous assessment in January.
The IMF numbers are higher ..
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OECD: INDIA’S ECONOMY TO GROW 7.5% BY 2020 AMID SLOWING GLOBAL GROWTH
India’s economic growth will regain strength and approach 7.5% by 2020 buoyed by rural consumption and subdued inflation, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) said in its Economic Outlook on Tuesday.
“Gross domestic product (GDP) growth in India is projected to strengthen to close to 7.25% in FY19 and close to 7.5% in FY20,” the intergovernmental agency said.
THE WORLD’S TOP 10 LARGEST ECONOMIES
When it comes to the top national economies globally, although the order may shift around slightly from one year to the next, the key players are usually the same. At the top of the list is the United States of America, which according to Investopedia, has been at the head of the table going all the way back to 1871. However, as has been the case for a good few years now, China is gaining on the U.S., with some even claiming that China has already overtaken the U.S. as the world’s Number 1 economy.
Nonetheless, going by nominal GDP measured in U.S. dollars alone, the U.S. maintains its spot followed by China and Japan. In this post we take a look at the world’s top economies according to our Consensus Forecasts for 2019 nominal GDP. We also discuss how the top economies change when looking at GDP per capita along with a highlight on emerging markets and their potential to catch up to the big players in the not too distant future.
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10 JOBS OF THE FUTURE
Old jobs might be over and done with, thanks to the rise of the machine. But there will always be new roles in a tightly connected, hugely automated technology era.
Automation and machines are taking over the world, and not just in some dystopian, post-Apocalyptic world that we see in the movies. Scientists, academics, and businesspeople have been pointing out for some time now that labour-intensive jobs are all going to machines, leaving humans at a loss. Jerry Michalski, founder of think-tank REX (Relationship Economy Expedition), was a little more dramatic during a recent interview to the Entrepreneur magazine. “Automation is Voldemort, the terrifying force nobody is willing to name,” he said, adding that it was the winner in the race for jobs. Reason: Humans have to be constantly paid for their work.
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BEST CAREERS FOR THE FUTURE: 51 JOBS FOR 2020 and WAY BEYOND!
What are the best careers for the future? How will everything change? Is it possible to prepare for the jobs of tomorrow—today? Many of us would love to have definitive answers for these questions. But, of course, nobody can say for sure what the future holds. The best we can do is make educated guesses based on past and current trends. Still, even educated guesses can help us imagine some pretty astonishing possibilities.Here’s one thing we know: Change will keep happening. America and the rest of the world will experience social, cultural, economic, environmental, and technological changes. Some of these changes can be foreseen (such as the likely impact of climate change). But many of them can’t be predicted. New challenges may arise without any warning. And “happy accidents” may lead to positive new discoveries that solve long-standing problems.
o predicting the best jobs for the future requires understanding that all kinds of variables will interact in complex and surprising ways. Many of tomorrow’s jobs will likely result from today’s scientific and technological advances. But most jobs of the future probably don’t exist yet, and a lot of them haven’t even been imagined. In fact, according to one estimate, almost two-thirds of today’s kindergarten students will eventually have occupations that don’t currently exist.
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On 30 March 2015
We feel immense pleasure to inform you that the Convocation Ceremony will be held on Monday, 30 March 2015 in the college premises. Sh. Sandeep Hans (Director Higher Education, Chandigarh Administration, and U.T.) has very kindly consented to deliver the Convocation Address. The college congratulates you on your success and extend to you a warm invitation to attend the ceremony. This is an opportunity for you to cherish old memories by being the part of this important day with your batch mates and group mates. The success of the occasion all depends upon your gracious and active participation in Convocation Ceremony.
Important Note: Any absentee for rehearsal will not be given the degree on the same day.
CONVOCATION CERMONY INSTRUCTIONS
Convocation Registration: To be eligible to attend the ceremony, you must register yourself in the college at 10:00 am sharp. In order to avoid last moment chaos, you are required to inform to the concerned person in advance in case you cannot report on time. However, your reason should be valid.
- The rehearsal is an integral part of the Graduation Ceremony.
- All Graduands intending to participate in the Ceremony must attend the Rehearsal on the same day at 10:30 am.
- Movement and Photography by Graduands during the rehearsal is prohibited.
- All Graduands must collect Academic Attire by depositing Rs 300/- as security fee.
- Seats for all the Graduands are arranged and reserved by Faculty/college. Proceed to your seat at the designated time and occupy it throughout the Convocation Ceremony.
- Punctuality is essential for all Graduands. Any Graduands who does not arrive at the venue time will not be allowed to participate in the Ceremony.
CONDUCT DURING THE CEREMONY
- Convocation is a solemn event and must be appreciated with all the seriousness attached to it. Silence must be maintained throughout the Ceremony.
- Movement and photography by Graduands and guests are prohibited during the Ceremony. Everyone remains seated unless instructed otherwise.
- Each Graduands must stand when his/her name is read from the graduation list.