Wednesday, October 20, 2021


Huawei reported revenue of $98.6 billion in the first three quarters of 2020, an increase of 9.9% over the same period last year

Huawei kicks off ‘Seeds for the Future 2021 Bangladesh’

First launched in Bangladesh in 2014, this program has been nurturing talents for around 10 years in the global scene. This program has earned accolades from different quarters, including leading engineering universities and industry leaders.
Avishkaar co-founder Pooja Goyal

India needs more women innovators to motivate young girls to pursue STEM: Pooja Goyal

While there is much to be celebrated about the increased awareness among parents and teachers for STEM, there is still a gap in providing the right environment and tools to aid young innovators, says Avishkaar co-founder Pooja Goyal.
Skill Development, Digital Skills

Microsoft’s JV with Centre brings access to digital skills for 30 lakh people in one year

Microsoft under its global outreach programme has partnered with the Union government to create a strong digital skilling ecosystem in the country
16-year-old Indian-American engineer Krithik Ramesh wins $75,000 Gordon E. Moore Award

16-year-old Indian-American engineer Krithik Ramesh wins $75,000 Gordon E. Moore Award

Krithik Ramesh has won the $75,000 Gordon E. Moore Award for developing a machine learning technology for orthopaedic surgeons that enable greater accuracy for screw placement during spinal surgery.
Cognizant, STEM, Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, Digital Education, Technology, ICT in Education

Cognizant to set up non-profit foundation to support STEM education in US with $100 million grant

Cognizant has formed a new non-profit foundation to support STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) and digital education and skills initiatives for U.S. workers and students. The foundation will be established with an initial grant of $100 million.
Tech Industry in India, Belong, female engineer, diversity at workplace, stem jobs, women in technology, IT jobs and women

Women in tech: STEM jobs attract less women, says Belong

Belong found that the overall representation of women was 34%. This reinforces the assumption that STEM jobs attract less women.
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