World Meteorological Day celebrated

Guwahati 24th March 2014: World Meteorological Day was celebrated at Regional Meteorological Centre, Guwahati on 24th March 2014. World Meteorological Organization (WMO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations. WMO is a specialized agency of the United Nations for meteorology (weather and climate), operational hydrology and related geophysical sciences. Theme of World Meteorological Day 2014 is ‘'Weather and Climate: Engaging Youth.’

ICICI announces Academy for Skills (ICICI Academy)

Guwahati: ICICI Academy for Skills (ICICI Academy) today announced the launch of a centre in Guwahati to provide vocational training to the youth from the economically weaker sections to help them earn a sustainable livelihood.

The centre will offer courses in three disciplines - selling skills, office administration and retail café operations.

CBSE to provide knowledge equivalent to diploma holders

New Delhi, February 13, 2014: Committed to improving students’ scholastic and co-scholastic achievement levels the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is now introducing “Library & Information Science (L.I.Sc.)” from the forth coming 2014-2015 session. 

Psychological Trends in Trader and Investor Behaviour

(By Abhinav Bhattacharyya): Investors or Traders in equity markets are spectators of various phases of either bullish or bearish patterns on a daily basis over a period of time in their active investment life cycle. Respectively, their point of view towards their portfolio and the market as a whole keep varying according to real time market condition and their mental state in regard to their monetary condition.

National Fisheries Development Board initiated development of selected Beels of Assam

Hyderabad, January, 2014: National Fisheries Development Board with its head quarter at Hyderabad has initiated development of 37 selected Beels of Assam during 2013-14 through fingerling stocking by the Department of Fisheries,  Assam to counter the depletion of fish stocks caused by siltation, habitat destruction and over exploitation of fishery resources.