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Bridging the skill deficit in pharma industry TOP 10 CEO Compensation Big-ticket investments march towards Punjab Industry-well poised to invest on expansion Economic issues take a back seat at G20 summit Carrefour’s quick exit BRICS development bank Tata Steel commence operations at Kalinganagar When Centre visits the state Sun Edison launches solar pumps Investor friendly Japan On the ‘milky’ way Four daughters and a proud father Well-refined – RIL’s refinery margins zoom Striking cords for 25 years… Rating of states to be released soon The new look- 4s Verna Economic, business and social sustainability IFCI to raise NCDs upto Rs 2000 crore Secured NCDs from Shriram City Make way for the new and dynamic railways Digital retail transactions stabilise at higher level… Steel loses its sheen Reality bytes Creating Tamil Nadu Banana brand An American alliance in the chemical industry? Blue Star plans a new plant in south Indian Bank – global businesses crosses Rs 3 lakh crore... Hyundai excites again People Flow Day- Safety Automotive Vision Plan II... Nothing to hide... Backpack laboratory Flexible labour laws… Time to fast-pace the logistics sector STFC raises money Illicit markets a concern to growing economy Smart controls for cooling large multi-zone spaces ... Focus on self-certification and third party inspection Hero Motocorp - smooth ride Chennai to get a roundabout Metro Adding Zest to Scooty Chola MS net crosses 100 crores Murugappa- a year of consolidation Towards peace of mind ALL to launch electric busses Placing the right shoe forward... Business Briefs Brand leaders come forward... Nigeria comes nearer A global plastic event in India Research needs more funding Techies trip to India TII-challenging year with flat growth SumInfra- corridor based development... Chennai Port is at last decongested! Durga - India’s largest blast furnace; now operational Strategy war escalates between Hero and Honda Housing Innovation Challenge, 2015 European crisis is a global crisis! Ridley marathon to India Pharma market dozes Gem of social service... Climate change may change the way businesses work... Holiday Inn opens in OMR Chennai Veritas Finance- financing the unfinanced Innovation that helped Chennai port Realty sector takes a break... Indigo stays leader with 40 per cent share Connecting the unconnected TN budget pragmatic and moderate on fiscal deficit Scoot offers just Rs.13,500 to ANZ... WABCO’s second Chennai plant TVS Logistics – another acquisition to sharpen the business model Business Breif Changing dynamics in human resource management TiE applauds innovative entrepreneurs ALL – truck industry is recovering from degrowth Inclusive and forward moving... Auto test tracks launched at GARC Oragadam campus - Three more leather clusters… Curbing steel imports will hurt small business... ECGC expands operations Airlines wage price war Apple maps – finding its way LVB gears to become a financial supermarket Need to focus on ease of doing business... More gensets and diesel engines from TAFE Is Indian telecom industry heading for a monopoly? Waste, a gold mine Celebrating 180 years of relevance OBO Bettermann for better lightning protection TII’s single largest investment at Thiruthani Realising double digit growth in Tamil Nadu ALL-two launches in a row Applauding enterprise... Dynamic e-commerce scenario Purdue and IIT-M sign the dotted line Celebration time at MS Chola Downsizing spree... ISRO's 100th mission Schwing Stetter India joins hands with US-based Gomaco An aerospace-defence cluster in Tamil Nadu… CUB: towards card-less withdrawal TCS’ revenues cross Rs 100,000 crore Chola MS launches motor app World labour laws at a glance Chennai will soon get its World Trade Centre AirAsia India infuses funds to fight out competition
 
Connecting the unconnected

A WORLDWIDE survey conducted by CISCO says the Internet is only 8000 days old. Nearly 2.5 billion people and 37 billion things are expected to get connected through the Internet by 2020. Cisco believes that this is just the beginning. “99 per cent of things in the physical world are still unconnected, ready to be woken up,” said V C Gopalratnam, Vice President and CIO of CISCO, a worldwide leader in  networking solutions.

The new connections mean unprecedented opportunities as people, processes, data and things join and interact on the “internet of everything.” With a smartphone or tablet, readers can bring print advertising to life. They can open up a world of videos, case studies, white papers, and info-graphics that they can share, like, follow or download. It proves this massive shift isn’t just coming. It’s happening. The internet transforms, again. 

Cisco’s study throws up interesting information about net usage. It states nearly 98 per cent of youth have Facebook Account in India. Gen Y starts the day with checking FB account in India. 34 per cent use laptop, 33 per cent use smartphone, 19 per cent tablets and 7 per cent personal computers. Now a new revolution of smartphones and tablets is going to gear up. There is going to be huge push towards these smart phones as business community is going to tap this area for expanding their opportunities in every industry. 

IIM - Trichy satellite centre in Chennai

FORMER SEBI Chairman, M Damodaran, Dr D S Sridhar, IAS, Additional Chief Secretary of Tamil Nadu and Dr. Prafulla Agnihotri, Director IIM -Trichy, inaugurated IIM-T’s Satellite centre in Chennai. The 11th IIM in the country started in 2011 has started offering PG programme in Business Management in Chennai with state of the Art Learning Centre built at a cost of over a crore of rupees, a fully automated RFID-based modern learning facility with CCTV and Wi-Fi connectivity. Damodaran said the process of making IIMs degree-awarding institutions is all set to begin soon. 

The committee formed by the HRD Ministry to come up with the draft IIM Bill is set to initiate a process of consultation with all stakeholders within a short span of time. The stakeholders would include students as well. The bill was aimed at making the IIMs Institutions of national importance thereby providing them the legal backing to award degrees. 

Older IIMs have churned out bright managers to sell soaps, cigarettes and cattle food. Hopefully the newer ones will produce graduates who will be involved in enhancing quality of health, sanitation and education in the country. 
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