M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
by Admin User - Wednesday, 26 February 2020, 11:19 PM

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: Reportedly Skill Lync is an e-learning company focussed on providing mechanical engineering courses .in Post-Graduate Certification in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Design & Simulation Program is an 8-month long Full-Fledged ONSITE Program conducted at their Skill-Center in Chennai, Bangalore & Hyderabad .This Program comes with Lifetime Job Assistance.You can get more details at https://courses.skill-lync.com/v1/post-graduate-diploma-in-hybrid-electric-vehicle-design-and-analysis. The team consists of Sarangarajan Iyengar Director of Product Sarang is a Mechanical Engineer from University of Wisconsin-Madison. He has over 9 years of experience in the area of Computational Fluid Dynamics, Combustion, Numerical Analysis, and Computer Programming .At Skill Lync, Sarang oversees content production, management and support. Reach out to him via sarang@skill-lync.com and Suryanarayanan Paneerselvam Director of Operations and Marketing Surya is a former Product Development Engineer at Cummins Inc and a UW Alumni. His experience at UW-Madison made him realize the need for having a resource that can be used to learn industry relevant skill sets. He heads up the operations and marketing at Skill Lync. Reach out to him via surya@skill-lync.com..Reportedly even as India’s colleges and technical institutes churn out graduates by the thousands, they often lack the requisite employable skills. Hence, many of students remain jobless and, often, very highly qualified people opt for menial jobs as they lack employable skills. Reportedly often heard the government reiterates the need for “Skilled India”. This article is an attempt to highlight the lucrative jobs in the IT industry along with the skills needed for them as reported in the media. Every employee is an entrepreneur today .companies have started treating employees as short-term assets, and they, in turn, have they reinvented themselves as marketable goods, always ready to quit, always on the look-out for the next good opportunity. So, every person should think of herself or himself as a business — Me, Inc and to survive this new world of work, the CEO of Me, Inc