How TCS iON is changing the education sector (and other top stories of the day)
Technological advances and changes have changed the way students, working professionals, and businesses view learning. Instead of set courses spread over a few years, people have woken up to the importance of lifelong learning. The rapid changes and increased complexity of today's world have led to new challenges and demands on the learning process. Venguswamy Ramaswamy, Global Head, TCS iON, reveals how they are using the phygital approach to redefine the education sector.
At India’s largest startup conference, we bring to you some of the best minds, top VCs from India and abroad, the poster children of the ecosystem, stalwarts from the industry, and top government officials. The conversations at TechSparks 2019 will focus on the next step - an Inclusive, Future-ready, and Intelligence-led India.
Is it the new TikTok? Only time will tell. But, HAGO is already one of the top downloaded apps in the world, and a huge hit in India with record engagement rates. Here’s what makes it a viral sensation.
As Vice President, Product Management Excellence and Innovation, Ingersoll Rand, Rasha Hasaneen is focused on automating homes and buildings, enhancing industrial productivity, and delivering efficient and reliable small transportation solutions.
Freelancing in today’s digital ecosystem has come of age - flexible working hours, working on projects that help you grow and choosing what work works for you. It’s no surprise then that India is one of the major hubs of the new-age gig economy. Here are some startups facilitating this growth.
Aayush Madhogaria, Director, Business Development, JIF
Here's how Kolkata-based Aayush Madhogaria completely transformed his family's iron castings business, Jagannath Iron Foundry (JIF), leading it to reach a Rs 30 crore turnover in just 4 years.
Savitha Kuttan (left) and Priyank Jain (right), co-founders of Omnicuris.
Bengaluru-based Omnicuris is attempting to improve the quality of healthcare in India by providing doctors and medical practitioners with free and engaging video-based content on a mobile app for continuous medical education.
Ahmed S Abdeally, Taher Ahmed and Aliasgar with AP Minister for Information Technology, Panchayati Raj and Rural Development, Nara Lokesh.
In Visakhapatnam, or Vizag, which is known as the industrial centre of Andhra Pradesh, technological advancements are becoming more prominent by the day. This has also set the ground for several startups to come into the market and grow themselves.