Creating Entrepreneurs Who Creates Jobs Says Satyajeet Rajan Additional Chief Secretary Govt Of Kerala

“While the Education system in India is to shift drastically towards technical or skill based education even at school level, however the shift is not to happen overnight and will take some time to impact the system. Here we must remember that our focus should be on creating entrepreneurs who will create jobs apart from imparting job facilitating skills”, asserted Satyajeet Rajan, Additional Chief Secretary, Labour, Skills and Excise, Government of Kerala in a conversation with Poulami Chakraborty of BW Businessworld. 

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How have been the past one year of pandemic for you?
Pandemic has had positives and negatives. On the positive side, we have learnt new less expensive ways of doing business. It has also enabled us to be self-reliant and simultaneously, enabled us to inculcate good and healthy habits as usage of masks and sanitizer. On the negatives, second phase has taken quite a big toll. 

The

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Creating Family Residence Cooking Reminiscences With Love And Gratitude

Fats, corresponding to butter and oils, liquefy, and eventually start to smoke once they get too hot. The fibers in vegetables and fruits soften and break down, which is why a cooked carrot is softer than a raw one.

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Creating Creativity: How to Breed Ideas in the Business World


By creating creativity, you will make your workforce happier, and it will make you more money. Frame it like that, and you’d be a fool not to.


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One of the most sought-after attributes in the current climate is creativity. As the world struggles through a period of recession, and companies have to adapt or die, there’s a common feeling that being “creative” is the passport to success. It’s the quality that allows you to change, refine your approach, appeal more precisely to your audience and learn the harsh lessons of the world—and learn them quickly.

It’s easy to think that creativity is a divinely bestowed gift, like good looks or charm. But that’s an excuse, a hiding place; the truth is that you can cultivate it and foster it within your team, both with the grafting on of

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Creating A Mobile App For Your Business? 14 Ways To Keep Consumers Coming Back To It

To appeal to today’s on-the-go world, many businesses have considered the value in creating a branded mobile application for their customers. In theory, it’s a great idea—but app fatigue is very real, and if you don’t want users to delete your app after a few uses, you need to give them a good reason to keep coming back.

Many members of Young Entrepreneur Council have experience building and deploying successful business mobile apps, and they understand what it takes to create something engaging and long-lasting. To offer their insights, a panel of members shared some important steps businesses should take when building their mobile apps. Follow their tips to ensure your app becomes a regular habit for those who download and use it.

1. Offer Exclusive Content

Most people spend the

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