Prof. Vidya Mahambare speaks Live on Bloomberg Markets - Asia

  • Sep 28, 2021 | Bloomberg

Great Lakes goes international with Professor Vidya Mahambare speaking  live on Bloomberg. The conversation discusses labor market trends in India, as hiring activity gets hit from the Covid-19 pandemic. She was speaking with Haslinda Amin and Rishaad Salamat, one of Bloomberg’s longest-serving TV anchors on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."

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The difference education makes to what the salaried earn in India - Prof. Vidya Mahambare and Sowmya Dhanaraj

  • Sep 21, 2021 | LiveMint

Unemployment among educated youth has been high in India for some years now. In 2018-19, only 65 out of 100 young adults (aged 20-29 years) with a college degree who were looking for work found jobs. In contrast, among young adults with less than a degree-level education, 90 out of 100 who were keen to work found it, according to our estimates based on the Periodic Labour Survey data.

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Technology will soon play a bigger role in sports - Anil Kumble at Great Lakes

  • Sep 14, 2021 | The Hindu

Former India captain and head coach Anil Kumble felt that analytics and data intelligence in the sport is going to play a bigger role going forward especially in the shorter formats of the game like T20 and The Hundred.

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There will be more technological influence on decision making in the future

  • Sep 14, 2021 | Indian Express

Former India captain Anil Kumble believes that technology will have more and more influence on decision making as no player would be able to disregard the presence of “data intelligence” going into the future.

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Shifts and stagnancy in the caste profile of our asset rich and poor - Prof. Vidya Mahambare

  • Sep 13, 2021 | LiveMint

During a parliamentary debate last month, demands for a caste census and the removal of a 50% cap on reserved seats for central government jobs and admissions to central educational institutions took centre stage. The cap was breached in 2019, when an additional 10% quota came into place for India’s economically weaker sections (EWSs) on top of the already-existing 49.5%: 27% Other Backward Classes (OBCs), 15% Schedule Castes (SCs) and 7.5% Schedule Tribes (STs). In addition, various state governments in India also implement their own affirmative-action policies.

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Sports Analytics & Data Intelligence with Anil Kumble & Sundar Raman

  • Sep 13, 2021 | Times of India

MUMBAI: Former India captain Anil Kumble believes that technology will have more and more influence on decision-making as no player would be able to disregard the presence of "data intelligence" going into the future.

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If You Don’t Adapt To Technology That’s Coming In, You Will Be Left Behind – Anil Kumble

  • Sep 13, 2021 | Yahoo News UK

Former India captain Anil Kumble has given his backing to the technology and data used in sport to enhance the performance of a player and a team on the field.

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Caste or income or mother? As primary schools reopen, we need to decide who gets extra support' - Prof. Vidya Mahambare

  • Sep 11, 2021 | The Print

Several reports have recently highlighted a massive learning loss among school students during the pandemic year. But how should we decide which child gets extra support — on the basis of caste, income or some other criteria?

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TN Unemployment due to skills mismatch - Prof. Vidya Mahambare

  • Sep 03, 2021 | thehindubusinessline

In its first Budget presented on August 13, the new Tamil Nadu government announced several initiatives to expand and diversify the State’s industrial base. The ultimate aim is to create productive jobs for Tamil Nadu’s youth. The starting point in a quest for job creation is to understand how much proportion of the young adults in the State is employed and in which sectors, unemployed or not seeking work and why.

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Ola E-Scooters - Will the Ride be Enjoyable? - Professors K Rajeshwari & M Rammyaa

  • Sep 02, 2021 | Motoring Trends

The rising impact of carbon footprint and deterioration of air quality have been major concerns across the globe. The state and central governments have introduced various subsidies to reduce vehicle emissions. As sustainability goes mainstream, automobile companies are investing heavily in electric vehicles that are environmentally friendly. Multinational ride-sharing company Ola has recently launched its ‘e-scooter’, and this would be a welcome move. Ola has strategised the right product, the right promotion – all at the right time. Digital access, big boot space, keyless, fast charging… all go into the right product, the Ola e-scooter! Tweet by tweet, Ola has generated excitement from ground zero till launch. Why will customers buy Ola e-scooter? How it is beneficial to the environment? Two variants, 10 colours, all contributing to the right promotional vibes! Its timing is also perfect – people have become more conscious about the environment during the pandemic.

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