The 28th annual meeting of the Conference of Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP28) commenced in Dubai, marking the latest round of UN-facilitated climate talks. The urgency of the planetary crisis was underscored by UN Climate Change Executive Secretary Simon Stiell, who cautioned that the world is taking “baby steps” in addressing the daunting challenges posed by climate change.
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“The internet says, on an average, 3.5 quintillion bytes of data is being generated daily so the urgency to harness this data is palpable.” In the dynamic world of business, data analytics is the lighthouse guiding SMEs and MSMEs through murky waters. It is not just about numbers and graphs; it is about transforming these figures into actionable insights, driving growth, innovation, and a competitive edge. However, as with all powerful tools, it is essential to wield data analytics with precision. This underscores the need for technical consultation, ensuring that while businesses soar to new heights, they remain grounded in robust strategies, minimizing risks and maximizing rewards. The future is data-driven; are you ready to embrace it?
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Enhancing the income of farmer households is crucial for improving their living standards, welfare, providing quality education for their children, reduce agrarian distress and bring parity between income of farmers and those working in non-agricultural professions. A significant growth in farmer income is crucial for Indian farmers, given the detrimental effects of low and fluctuating farm income. To address these challenges, governments have taken various measures. One notable strategy receiving attention is the agenda of doubling farmer income (DFI). The Inter-Ministerial Committee’s recommendations focus on recognizing agriculture as a value-led enterprise(NITI policy paper No.1/2017).
ntrepreneurs of Kerala need opportunities to enhance their income by several times, with smart agro-tech farming and diversifying into processing and producing innovative food products that have demand in urban markets.While the 1991 reforms and its impact are felt across India, this is still not a reality in Kerala. This movement is a call to reform the political structure and replace the current ideology with a new one.If farmers of Israel, Japan, Punjab, Haryana or Maharashtra can prosper why not those in Kerala? Churches and BJP together take on the ideology that stifles businesses, investors, and manufacturing industries? Together they need to address the root causes of trade union extremism, negative industrial climate and an atmosphere that works against development, creation of jobs and opportunities for the youth, farmers and others. When other states are performing well and creating job opportunities, why is it that Kerala is not?
June 27 is observed as MSME Day| 27 June marks the annual celebration of micro, small and medium-sized enterprises. On April 6, 2017, the United [more…]
ndia-UAE CEPA to benefit SMEs
INDIA- UAE bilateral free trade agreement to create one million-plus jobs for Indians
The partnership agreement will open doors for labour-intensive sectors such as textiles, gem & jewellery, medicines, agricultural products, footwear, leather, sports goods, engineering goods, auto components and plastics……
The CEPA brings the two nations closer, will open many new opportunities for Indians to work in UAE, including in fintech, edtech, green tech, automation and Artificial Intelligence. Technology, digital trade and sustainability have a big focus in the partnership.
Arya agri-tech solutions promotes technology-intensive farming in Kerala. Farming goes hi-tech. Precision farming, highly automated farming, remote monitoring and controlling operations with the help of data supplied by drones. This is how technology-intensive modern farms function.