“India plans nearly 60% of electricity capacity from non-fossil fuels by 2027” – theguardian
“India Targets To Add 42.6 GW Renewable Energy Capacity Over Next 2 Years” – Planetsave.com
“Renewable energy: India’s green push needs wind” – The Indian Express
“A new dawn in Renewable Energy- India attains 4th position in global wind power installed capacity” – Press Information Bureau
“Raise solar capacity additions by 10 GW to reach 2022 target: Study” – Business Standard
These are the some top news on different news portals. Renewable energy, solar energy or wind energy are not the new names to us but are the buzzing words now a days in the energy market. India, which largely depend on fossil fuels for electrical energy generation, now looking towards the non-fossil fuels. Reasons are many like limited amount of fossil fuels; to take steps to reduce carbon footprints; gradually reducing cost of renewable energy generation; nearly zero cost of fuel used in renewable energy plants; comparatively low operating cost of these plants; etc.
Most of the part of India is enriched with solar heat radiations. Also coastal reason of many states and desert reason of some states observes a continuous wind flow which is very suitable for wind energy generation. Apart from the major renewable energy sources (RES) like wind, solar and bagasse other renewable energy sources such as geothermal, tidal, biomass, generation from waste etc. has already been explored although amount of energy production by them is considerably less in comparison to major renewable energy sources. For the last fiscal year 2016-17, energy generation by RES were 7% only of the total electrical energy generation. In this little amount of 7%, contribution by different renewable energy sources is shown in pie diagram. Continue reading
India is one of fastest growing economy in the world. Indian government has been taking many initiatives i.e. digital India, Make in India, skilled India, etc., to empower Indians in taking India forward. After these initiatives, many Indians and foreign businessman came forward to invest in these projects. These companies now require industry ready skilled professionals who are having expertise in their work and having ability to work in team.
To transform developing India into developed India, people should have set of certain skills and core competencies such as collaborations, digital literacy, critical thinking, and problem-solving attitude that advocates requirement of best institution who work for value based holistic development and produce industry deployable candidates. Continue reading
The current economic environment is highly competitive and therefore strives for sustainability. A quality human capital is one of the key factors towards the economic sustainability. There is a strong requirement of a good and quality human resource who can develop this present need of environment without compromising the ability to meet their own needs. Today’s business world need people who can face the contemporary world challenges and can provide the initial corpus and direction to the business towards excellence. Organizations need good managers and industry leaders who can give best results through their communication skills, management skills, research skills, analytical skills, teamwork skills, leadership skills, managerial soft skills and achievement oriented personality.
Personality plays vital role in the success and growth of a person. As personality is a blend of inner psychological characteristics like emotions, thinking, attitude and mindset, which determines and reflect how a person responds to his/her environment therefore it is a corporeal characteristics and makes every individual different and unique. Though personality is developed right from the beginning of childhood but it is a continuous process which keeps on improving through the entire life of a person. Continue reading