All India Competition for Engineers/Engineering Students and Managers/Management Students

Call for Engineers(Working Professionals), Professors & Lecturers(Teaching Professionals), BE/BTech/ME/MTech Students, PhD Scholars, Management Professionals & MBA Students, to Submit Technical papers / Research Papers and get YuvaEngineer Awards for the year 2014

Yuva Engineers awards are Prestigious awards in the fields of Engineering and management.

Yuva Engineers solicits innovative research papers on the Engineering and Technological issues of the modern day world. The initiative brings together academic, industry, and students to a single-path, highly selective forum on the design, implementation, and applications of engineering.

Yuva Engineers takes a broad view of Engineering to include any ideas that collectively addresses a challenge. We invite submissions covering a broad range of Engineering streams including conventional Electrical, Mechanical, Civil and Chemical engineering as well as novel streams such as Electronics, Communication, Computers, Software and Aerospace Engineering.

You can be an Electronics engineering student but you have an idea in computer science engineering, you are most welcomed to submit your idea. We are not restricting students on the stream they belong to. Any one can submit paper on any topic he/she wish to. Participants can submit more than one paper, but has to submit separately. Multiple students can submit one paper as well.

For More Details visit: http://www.yuvaengineers.com/call-for-engineersworking-professionals-professors-lecturersteaching-professionals-bebtechmemtech-students-phd-scholars-management-professionals-mba-students-to-submit-technical-papers/

Dont Miss the chance. Great Opportunity for all Engineering and management Students to showcase their Talent at National level.

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Sustainability is the need of the hour! MSc in Environment will equip you with the right skills.

The unsustainable organization of natural resources hinders social development and worsens disparities in wealth and health. Contamination, the exhaustion of natural resources and the collapse of environmental functions are problems of local and global concern. Economic development and increasing living standards in India contribute to the urgency of these important concerns. As an emerging economy, India is in its peak of infrastructural development and needs environmental experts, trained personnel for monitoring of pollution and assessing the environmental impacts of developmental projects of industries, mining, housing, urbanization etc.

Therefore, the management of our natural resources, environmental conservation, sustainable development and the improvement of poverty are very important. It’s been generally accepted by scientific community that we need sustainable methods and interaction with environment.

Sustainability is the capacity to endure. In ecology the word describes how biological systems remain diverse and productive over time. Long-lived and healthy wetlands and forests are examples of sustainable biological systems. For humans, sustainability is the potential for long-term maintenance of well being, which has environmental, economic, and social dimensions. To find sustainable solutions and improve the quality of human life, we must first understand the processes that sustain natural systems, how these systems function and how they interact with one other and with human society.

Therefore, the curriculum has components of disciplinary areas such as physical sciences, earth and atmospheric sciences, environmental biology, and environmental monitoring and management.

Environmental studies is the interdisciplinary educational field which scientifically studies human interaction with the environment in the benefits of solving complex problems. It is a wide field of study that includes also the natural environment, built environment, and the sets of relationships between them. The field includes study in basic principles of ecology and environmental science, as well as associated subjects such as ethics, policy, politics, law, economics, philosophy, environmental sociology and environmental justice, planning, pollution control and natural resource management.

Aim of the MSc Environment Programme in Hyderabad
The aim of the MSC-Environment programme is to offer expert knowledge essential to contribute, directly or indirectly, to the preservation and sensible use of natural resources for the benefit of society.

Trains environmental activists To contribute towards sustainable management and utilization of natural resources, combat and reduce pollution of air, water and soil, enhance technical management knowledge and develop and promote technology for sustainable management.

To sensitize students towards developing the earth as a green planet for a clean habitat for all living forms.

Successful participants will develop the capacity to carry out independent scientific and technical research and assessments on environmental issues. They will also learn to analyse and assess environmental systems and problems; be able to propose sustainable solutions to environmental problems; and contribute to the development of policies and strategies for environmental planning.

The MSc Environment course is designed for students/professionals:

  • who want to extend their academic studies or go on into research in academic and policy making
  • NGO workers, Social and environment activists
  • who want to take some time out from careers in the environmental sector to reflect on how new ideas might inform their professional practice;
  • who want to develop academic knowledge and skills for environmentally related jobs in public and private sector institutions.

For complete details of the course click here.

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MBA in Total Quality Management in Hyderabad

Quality management is focused not only on product/service quality, but also the means to achieve it. Quality management therefore uses quality assurance and control of processes as well as products to achieve more consistent quality.

Total quality management or TQM is an integrative philosophy of management for continuously improving the quality of products and processes. TQM is based on the premise that the quality of products and processes is the responsibility of everyone involved with the creation or consumption of the products or services offered by an organization, requiring the involvement of management, workforce, suppliers, and customers, to meet or exceed customer expectations.

The quality management importance is designed to provide learners with the skills and knowledge needed to advance quality in their organizations, whether in service or manufacturing settings. Learners explore appropriate concepts and quality improvement processes, in combination with application to real world environments and problems. The program stresses continuous improvement, definition and measurement of outcomes, and techniques to achieve increased quality of organizational activities. Students completing this program are expected to be able to assume a leadership role advancing quality in organizations.

Quality assurance is kind of unique field because it can be used many fields – manufacturing, service, education, banking, government, health, travel, import/export. Quality management is a strange field in that almost every type of industry has some form of quality management or continuous improvement element to it. However, the good news is that nearly all of the skills associated with quality management are easily transferred to almost any industry. Theory of constraints is the same in Steel manufacturing as it is in pharmaceuticals industry or Software Testing.

An MBA in TQM helps to perform in any organization or industry and such graduates will grow in their career starting as a Quality Supervisor, then moving towards Quality Lead, Quality Engineer, or Quality control Executive.

For more details about MBA in Total quality Management through Distance education in Hyderabad click here.

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7.5 lakh bank jobs in Next 5 years! Are you ready? MBA in Banking and Finance will boost your chances.

Mr M. Balachandran, Director, Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS), in an interview with “The Hindu” mentioned about the shortage of trained and qualified people to work in Banking sector which is planning to recruit heavily in the next 5 years. For complete article Click Here.

Why career in Banking Industry?
The avenues and opportunities in Banking sector looks to be unlimited with the beginning of this new age banking systems. There are currently 81 scheduled commercial banks with a combined network of 53,000 branches in India. With this kind of a development it comes as no surprise that the banking sector was the biggest job provider for the last 3 years. It is estimated that there is a requirement for about 7.5 lakh bank job positions that needs to be filled in the next 5 years.

Perks and benefits of a bank job not only include good salary, house allowance, loans but also scope for career development to high positions.

MBA in Banking intend at teaching professional education and training in modern management techniques for handling banking operations in a highly vibrant and competitive atmosphere.  Indian banking system, Retail and CRM in banking and Financial Derivatives are some of the important topics that are covered. Finance specialization part will focuses on knowledge and skills required by management professionals who plan to work for Indian and multinational corporations by covering Behavioral finance, finance engineering and Corporate structured finance.

The MBA in finance and banking programs are so well-structured that they can help you increase new strategies and resolve the financial problems of an organization, end to end. After successful completion of the program you have a wide scope of job opportunities in financial institutions such as banks, insurance companies, non-financial organizations, securities and investment brokerage, financial scrutiny and investment positions, etc.

The future of MBA in finance and banking is superb. Click here for MBA Dual specialization course details.

This MBA program is perfect for students looking for to gain expert knowledge of the practices and mechanism of banking and financial markets. The focus subjects build on the core subjects to give complete financial knowledge. Course is of 2 years duration(4 semesters) and the fee is just 12,000 per semester which includes books and examination fee.

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Portfolio Management : The art of right investment decision making in terms of minimum risk and maximum return.

A portfolio is a collection of investment options such as stocks, shares, mutual funds, bonds, Gold, Real estate etc. depending on the investor’s revenue, budget and suitable time frame.

Portfolio Management is the professional management of various securities (shares, bonds and other securities) and assets (e.g., real estate) in order to meet specified investment goals for the benefit of the investors.

A portfolio manager is either a person who makes investment decisions using money other people have placed under his or her control or a person who manages a financial institution’s asset and liability (loan and deposit) portfolios. On the investments side, they work with a team of analysts and researchers, and are ultimately responsible for establishing an investment strategy, selecting appropriate investments and allocating each investment properly for a fund- or asset-management vehicle.

Portfolio managers are presented with investment ideas from internal buy-side analysts and sell-side analysts from investment banks. It is their job to sift through the relevant information and use their judgment to buy and sell securities. Throughout each day, they read reports, talk to company managers and monitor industry and economic trends looking for the right company and time to invest the portfolio’s capital.

 A team of analysts and researchers are ultimately responsible for establishing an investment strategy, selecting appropriate investments and allocating each investment properly for a fund or asset-management vehicle.

Portfolio managers make decisions about investment mix and policy, matching investments to objectives, asset allocation for individuals and institutions, and balancing risk against performance.

Portfolio management is about strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in the choice of debt vs. equity, domestic vs. international, growth vs. safety, and other tradeoffs encountered in the attempt to maximize return at a given appetite for risk.

In the case of mutual and exchange-traded funds (ETFs), there are two forms of portfolio management: passive and active. Passive management simply tracks a market index, commonly referred to as indexing or index investing. Active management involves a single manager, co-managers, or a team of managers who attempt to beat the market return by actively managing a fund’s portfolio through investment decisions based on research and decisions on individual holdings. Closed-end funds are generally actively managed..

How to Become a Portfolio Manager?

As a portfolio manager, also called a financial analyst, you’re responsible for assisting clients such as businesses or individuals with investment decisions. You research financial information looking for investment trends and try to predict the best investment for clients. However, before you can start working in the field, you need to know how to become a portfolio manager. You need right qualifications and training.

Post Graduate Diploma in Security Analysis and Portfolio Management (PGDSAPM) is a highly popular and respected one year program.

This Post graduate diploma course shall impart the necessary skills and knowledge for analyzing various investment alternatives; construction and management of large investment portfolios. The course has a focus on equity investments while other investment alternatives are also covered.

This course is an analysis leading to the appraisal and pricing of securities. It discusses the income generating ability of securities, forecasts of trends in the stock and bond markets, fundamental and technical analysis, application of Modern Portfolio Theory (MPT), analysis of active and passive investment strategies, and measurement of portfolio performance.

Course details: Click here 

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