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Bhaiyya. Ek cutting. Kadak: Chai Culture at The Indian Workplace

Posted by : Spandana Bandari in Blogs, General

Designation : Associate

The love for chai is an ever-present reality in India, especially in the workplace. The temperature outside may be 4oC  r 45oC but rarely has an Indian shied away from a chai invitation. Every Indian workplace, be it an astir corporate office or a small business, each entity has it's own chai culture. Employees of all levels engage in a 'chai ritual' where they gather at the office pantry or a chai stall (tapri) to have tea. An affordable beverage, all loves chai irrespective of socioeconomic differences. Tea culture in India can trace its roots back to ancient times, where it began as a potion of herbs and medicinal infusions. Making its debut in Asia around 3000 BC and initially served as an herbal drink, an exclusive beverage for the nobility. Its initial iteration was a combination of spices, with no actual tea leaves involved. A transformative moment came as tea[...]

Pre-Engineered Building – The Steel Revolution

Posted by : Ms. K Revathy Nair in Blogs, General

Designation : Manager- Design Services

Few days back, I was part of a meeting that our team was having with a key Client to discuss a project encompassing Civil and PEB works and Planning. The discussion gradually veered towards the commercial domain, when suddenly the Client dismissed most of the work including PEB work as “petty works”. Having a PEB (Pre-Engineered Buildings) background and a habit of introspecting each and every sentence that comes out of everyone around me, I felt I should set straight the perception on quality engineering and planning and its importance in execution, operations and maintenance. Although, after few moments of scrutiny I realised the Client’s observation was absolutely justified since PEB design and its implementation is absolutely simple, cost effective and takes very less time. However, when someone calls it petty work, I thought of penning down my views on what it entails to make these structures simple, elegant and cost[...]

INDIA-The most preferred Emerging Market

Posted by : Ms. Spandana Bandari and Ms. Seena Arangath in Blogs, General

Designation : Associate and Assistant Manager (Sales and Marketing) respectively

A recent article in the Economic Times, said “Morgan Stanley upgrades India to 'standout overweight' market.”  That is a positive endorsement for India as the preferred Equity Markets in the emerging economies. Another sign of India’s economic growth and prosperity. It illustrates that more people have more disposable income to spend as they want on goods and services. These facts join to enable entrepreneurs to access capital and create jobs, creating a virtuous circle of growth and economic development in a growing and young population.The Indian equity market has been one of the best for value generation in recent years. It has consistently outperformed other major markets including the US and European markets. In numbers, from early 2021 until October 2022 the MSCI EM index increased by 45.5% (in USD terms. India is performing as the outstanding market in relative EPS [Earning Per Shares] in the emerging economies. As a bonus,[...]

The Persuasion Puzzle

Posted by : Ms. Spandana Bandari in Blogs, General

Designation : Associate

"What is distinctively human at the most fundamental level is the capacity to persuade and be persuaded" - Bertrand Russell, 1927 Welcome to the capitalistic bonanza everyone, hope you enjoy your stay. You can avail an upgrade at a small price of just half of your peace of mind, that has been ruined by constantly being pushed towards advertisements. In today's world, saturated with capitalist influences and relentless advertising, it becomes essential to explore approaches beyond aggressive sales tactics to build trust and credibility with sceptical prospects. So how does a sales representative go beyond and build trust with sceptical prospects rather than being pigeonholed as being aggressive and pushy? By knowing when and how to implement a soft selling approach. Soft sellers possess a remarkable skill set that keeps prospects engaged without resorting to pushy techniques. By avoiding incessant pressure and allowing room for deliberation, they provide valuable information and[...]

Cultivating Collaboration: The Evolution And Benefits Of Early Contractor Involvement In Construction Projects

Posted by : Mr. Sajith Sreedharan in Blogs, General

Designation : Managing Director

Early Contractor Involvement (ECI) in construction projects is a project delivery approach where the potential contractors are consulted during the early stages (often the project concept phase) of the project. This approach gained popularity in the early 20th century to streamline projects as a response to the complexity of large infrastructure projects. It aims to supplement the project from the concept phase until completion with the experiences of several competent contractors in the field and is useful irrespective of the contracting methodology (i.e., single package EPC contract or project scope divided to several packages) followed by the project owners/promoters. The shortcomings of traditional approach where contractor interactions during the initial/pretender phase was frowned upon and often led to in cost/time overruns due lack of trust and understanding amongst the parties.Early contractor involvement provides advantages that are driven by their knowledge of:1. Available and/or ease of procurement of construction materials (and costs)2.[...]

Work Permit System – Code of Practice: IS 17893: 2023

Posted by : Mr. Pinaki Ray in Blogs, General

Designation : HSE Manager

The Bureau of Indian Standards released IS 17893:2023 - Work Permit System — Code of Practice in June 2023. This Standard was adopted by the BIS after the draft finalized by the Chemical Hazards Sectional Committee had been approved by the Chemical Division Council. The purpose of this standard is to establish a systematic method to identify potential hazards and outline the necessary precautions to establish safe working conditions for carrying out any work and this standard provides guidance for preparation of work permit for work areas whose activities are restrictive in nature such as 'cold work’, 'hot work’, 'electrical Work’, 'height Work’ etc.What is Work Permit System?The work permit is a certified procedure for allowing certain work to be carried out in a fixed place and during a given period of time. It is also a procedure authorizing entry to certain facilities. It provides a check list for a systematic[...]

Precast and in-situ Construction – Importance and stage-wise Design approach

Posted by : Mr Bhavdip Shah in Blogs, General

Designation : Marine Structural Engineer

Objective: Precast and in-situ construction methods are commonly used in the construction industry. Precast refers to the manufacturing of components off-site, usually in a controlled factory environment, while in-situ (also known as cast-in-place or site-cast) construction involves pouring concrete on-site into formwork to create the desired structural elements.Stage-wise design refers to the process of designing a structure in different stages or phases considering the construction sequence and the specific requirements of each stage. When combining precast and in-situ construction methods in a stage-wise design, the overall construction process can be optimized for efficiency and cost-effectiveness. For example, using pre-cast elements as permanent formwork for larger concrete structures.Here's an overview of how this approach can be implemented:Preliminary Design: During the preliminary design stage, the overall structure is conceptualized, and its general requirements are determined. Factors such as loading, building codes, architectural considerations, and functional requirements are considered.The decision to use precast or[...]

Fire Prevention Technology for Infrastructure Development Project

Posted by : Pinaki Ray in Blogs, General

Designation : HSE Manager

Many fire-related high-risk activities, such as welding, cutting, grinding, others hot works, temporary electrical and lighting equipment etc., are involved in infrastructure development projects. In addition to the storage or use of highly flammable materials, both of which can be extremely hazardous and harm people, infrastructure, and the environment. In development projects, there are frequently fire incidents. Given the severity of the fire safety issues, it is necessary to implement the following fire prevention technology in order to prevent fire incidents. 1.Fire Hazard Identification and Risk AssessmentThe first step in fire prevention is to conduct a risk assessment prior to beginning the project to identify potential threats and triggers that might result in an emergency.Hazards can include:-Faulty electric connection and cables-Overloaded or defective plug sockets-Heating appliances-Combustible materials and flammable liquids placed near heat sources-Smoking and open flames-Poor housekeeping2.Fire Prevention PlanA fire prevention plan must be implemented to prevent a fire from[...]

Drone Use – Safety & Legal Requirements

Posted by : A. Y. Sundkar in Blogs, General, Podcast

Designation : Director, National Safety Council

Issued in: Industrial Safety Chronicle VOL. No. LIII | No.2Droners are also known as Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) or Unmanned Aircraft System (UASs). It can be remotely controlled through software, working in conjunction with on board sensor and Global Positioning System (GPS). With advancement in technology, drones are used for different purpose and application such as delivery, national highway mapping, smart agriculture work, agriculture land survey, forest monitoring, surveillance emergency response, etc. Also, it has been used for high-risk jobs wherein many types of risks are eliminated including exposer to health and unsafe conditions e.g. inspection of electricity transmission towers, pipelines, structural stability, tall chimneys, boilers, etc.To regulate the drone related activities in a manner such that they do not pose any risk to safety or security of people and assets; the Govt of India promulgated the Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Rules, 2021 w.e.f. 12th March, 2021. However, these Rules are[...]

Eka Infra Podcast Ep2|Contract Management Connection:Insights & Discussions with Mr. N Srinivasan

Posted by : Eka Infra Consultants in Blogs, Podcast

Podcast EP 2: Contract ManagementJoin us as we dive into the world of contract management! Our expert, Mr. N Srinivasan, will be leading a discussion with our staff on this crucial aspect of technical excellence at Eka Infra. With over 35+ years of experience in contract management, Mr. Srinivasan is the perfect guide for our podcast-based interaction. This is just the start, as we aim to explore the vast subject of contract management in-depth, starting with some of the key tasks performed by contract managers in projects and organizations. Don't miss out on this exciting opportunity to learn and grow with us!

Concrete Mix Design – Secret Recipe

Posted by : Mr. Vinod Bhagwat in Blogs

Designation : Manager (PMC- Project Coordination)

Concrete mix design overviewConcrete is the most important material in the infrastructure projects and the concrete mix proportions are the most important aspects of working with the concrete. Designing a concrete mix needs to follow dedicated and judicious approach which requires detailed analysis of available raw material (concrete ingredients) and composition thereof. Concrete mix is a combination of coarse aggregate, fine aggregate, cement and water. Admixtures are used to increase workability and setting time of concrete mix without affecting its durability, consistency and other strength parameters. Some project specification allows replacement of cement content partially with pozzolanic material such as fly ash, Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag (GGBFS), silica fumes etc. to give increased impermeable and durable concrete. In this blog we are looking at some important things that we need to keep in our mind while designing concrete mixes. As we all know, during the mix design trials we attempt[...]

The Blue Economy – Definition and Prospects

Posted by : Subhash K K in Blogs

Designation : Design Engineer

The Old Man and the Sea reflects on determination and character.  It can be seen as a simile for the human relationship with the ocean. That relationship is nearly as old as man, complex and to a degree parasitic.The ocean is a source of food, energy, trade and adventure. The coastal zone is increasingly critical for human population and development.  Research, innovation and investment makes the ocean an ever more important source of food and energy.  This has also aided in opening up the ocean as a source of biological diversity and providing hopes for delivering a biomedical resource.Although humans are gaining in understanding the bounty of commodities, non-market goods and services that can be generated from the ocean, they also appear adept at exploiting the ocean’s resources far beyond sustainability. The ocean is large but not infinite.  Humans seem intent on overburdening the ocean and depleting or destroying the resource[...]

A Year in the Life of a Fresh Graduate Engineer

Posted by : Amala Bennichan in Blogs

Designation : Design Engineer

I am Amala Bennichan, and I hold a Master's in Technology in Offshore Structures degree. As an individual who spent almost 1/4th of her lifetime in education, my goal was to be independent by acquiring a job and leading a superior quality of life. During my Graduation in 2020, Covid 19 hit the world, and a sudden holdback stopped every individual's life. Being a Fresher, I was going through all the possible sources for getting a job which under normal circumstances was a challenging task, and the pandemic made it worse. The companies were laying off people from jobs, reducing salaries, shuffling the workforce and, in extreme cases, even shutting down offices. The few numbers of jobs that may have been available were only for experienced people. For a year, I was idle at home. One day, while surfing online for job opportunities, I came across a startup engineering company called[...]

Possibilities for Indian maritime sectors in the changing times

Posted by : Shanid KP in Blogs

Designation : Associate

After 80 years of driving global economic growth and peace, international trade is now facing multiple challenges. The Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted supply chains, and high fuel prices caused by the Russia-Ukraine war have made transportation costs unmanageable for many businesses. The war has also affected international grain trading. The recent crisis in Sri Lanka is linked to the war as well. Tensions between China and Taiwan have grown, leading some to fear that globalization is going into reverse—a trend supported by all previous challenges. Furthermore, decisions about how to respond to anthropomorphic climate change will influence the following: which fuel is chosen, where it is sourced from, and even more pressure for shorter supply chains.It is impossible to predict how international trade will be reshaped as technological and economic forces push and pull on the strategies of shipowners, ports, and logistics companies. Economic commentators have been talking about inflation, recession,[...]

Delay analysis in construction contracts

Posted by : N Srinivasan in Blogs

Designation : Advisor (Contracts)

Delays are encountered in a large number of projects. Schedulers and Project managers need to identify /analyse and implement appropriate corrective steps including actions to prevent such delays from re occurring. The reasons for delays are often due to, improper/insufficient planning, lack of competence/experience of some of the participants, changes in techno commercial terms, delays in permits and Force Majeure. However, in current market situation, the objectives of delay analysis has shifted to allocate the delay damages to the participants.Since there are so many stakeholders involved in construction projects, such as owners, consultants, and government agencies, a clear understanding of the project scope split and an agreed-upon integrated time schedule is essential. The duration of any project has a direct impact on the financial results of all stakeholders and hence delays need to be analysed for granting of extension of time and levying of damages on parties causing such delays. Government[...]

Electrical Safety on Construction sites

Posted by : K Ayyalu Samy in Blogs

Designation : Assistant Resident Engineer

Introduction Electrical safety is typically one of the main safety concerns at construction sites. Every construction site is covered with electrical hazards. Electrical safety is a general practice of workers who are exposed to handling and maintaining electrically powered equipment and using electricity in construction site. This blog takes a closer look at some common workplace electrical hazards and how to manage them. In addition, this blog discusses safety precautions and solutions for better electrical safety. A simple flow chart for ensure electrical safety at workplace and achieve zero electrical accident. Common Electrical Hazards The first step in improving electrical safety for construction sites is to make sure everyone is able to help identify electrical hazards. This can start with making sure everyone knows that they should treat all extension cords and other electrical equipment as if it had a live current going through it at all times. This simple procedure[...]

Defects in Concrete and Preventive Measures

Posted by : Vinod Bhagwat in Blogs

Designation : Assistant Resident Engineer

Concreting is a critical process which requires strict supervision during placing and compaction of the concrete so as to achieve the desired strength and durability. The improper compaction and bonding between the concrete may leads to various defects which affects the strength and durability of the concrete structure. Defects in concrete structures can result in failure of the structure under certain conditions. It is important for construction teams to observe these defects, such as cracking, spalling, blow holes, honey combing etc. to ensure that the structure being built out of concrete is capable of lasting its design life. Most of the degradation processes encountered by concrete structures such as corrosion, alkali-aggregate reaction, sulphate attack and many other types of physical and chemical deterioration, require water dissolved chemicals. The process of chemical and physical deterioration of concrete with time or reduction in durability is generally dependent on the presence and transport of the deleterious substances through concrete.[...]

Road Safety “Sadak Suraksha – Jeevan Raksha”

Posted by : Pinaki Ray in Blogs

Designation : HSE Manager

India’s road transport sector accounts for about 87% of passenger traffic and 60% of freight traffic movement in the country. For many Indians, road transport is one of the most cost-effective and preferred mode of transport. This is true for both freight and passenger transport. A wide road network, the availability of a variety of transport modes that suit all kinds of individuals, as well as opportunities for low-cost travel are some of the reasons why road transport is popular and preferred.In today's world, road transport has become an integral part of the human experience. Virtually everyone is a road user in one way or the other. In recent years, India has developed many high-speed transport corridors that have minimised distances between people, businesses, towns, and cities. On the other hand, they have also increased the risk to life. Every year, road accidents result in the loss of lakhs of lives,[...]

Impact of Accident on Infrastructure Development Project

Posted by : Pinaki Ray in Blogs

Designation : HSE Manager

India is fast developing country and Infrastructure development is the key indicator for development. Accordingly, there are many infrastructure projects in progress across India specifically Roads & Highways, Coastal Infrastructure, and other infrastructural developments. Infrastructure development projects are carried out with high-risk activities and in hazardous environments. Even though all critical risk analysis is being done at the beginning of the project, while actual execution with all safety measures some lapses like manual errors, mechanical failures may happen. These lapses may lead / experiences accidents of various levels of severity, some causing minor and major injuries with even some resulting in fatality. These Occupational accidents in the infra development projects can have negative detrimental effects directly on project execution, as they can result in loss of productivity, delay the project, low staff morale, loss of reputation, decrease market value and risk to business sustainability. Following a workplace accident, companies often look[...]

Risk Management for Construction Project

Posted by : Pinaki Ray in Blogs

Designation : HSE Manager

Risk management in construction project is an important process of the project planning. Various risks associated with construction projects and when a risk turns into reality it can disrupt a project and it can have a serious impact on costs, schedules, and performance of the project which will lead to delays and disputes down the road. In order to avoid disaster, you need to be able to properly assess, control, and monitor risks once they’ve been identified. Risk management is a process of steps that help identify and migrate the risks for the successful closure of a project. If done correctly and sincerely, risk management will reduce not only the likelihood of an event occurring, but also the magnitude of its impact. In the simplest terms, risk management process is taking preventive actions to avoid and minimize any kind of risk to a project which lead to  Increase market value, increase[...]

How India’s Met Department Helps the Country to Combat Climate Change and Food security

Posted by : Sajith Sreedharan in Blogs

Designation : Managing Director

Just after World War II, a pioneering and courageous young Indian woman boarded a ship to England. Her purpose? To study meteorology (weather sciences) at Imperial College London. Anna Mani’s (23rd August 1918 – 16th August 2001) determination to forge her own destiny, coupled with the foresight to study a scientific subject that’s so vital in the modern world, ultimately helped pave the way for meteorological development and progress in India.In the 21st century, the whole world is talking and researching climate change and global warming. India is no exception. Moreover, the country is also looking into the impact of these phenomena on a social problem that’s plagued us for decades – food security. While we have not yet managed to achieve full food security, we are better informed today than we were half a century ago. So we can optimistically hope for a food-secure India sometime in future. And for[...]


Posted by : Capt. Purnendu Shorey in Blogs

Designation : Co-founder - OFFING Group

On 30th September 2021, the World celebrated the 43rd World Maritime Day! I woke up early on that morning thinking that I’ll write a post about it on my LinkedIn and Instagram page with the intention of wishing the Maritime Industry on this auspicious day. But as soon as I logged in, I was subjected to yet another message stating something on the lines of “My name is XYZ, I completed my training from ABC Maritime University, in B-tech Marine course in 2017. I come from a poor family and my parents have taken a hefty loan to complete my education. I have applied to 50 shipping companies but have received no response and now some agent is claiming if I cough up 4 lakh rupees, he will help me join a ship in an ITF company. I am in deep trouble. Please help me sir”. After reading this disquieting message,[...]

Report on grounding of M.V. Ever Given in the Suez Canal

Posted by : Eka Infra Consultants in Blogs, Bulletin

Report On Grounding Of M.V. Ever Given In The Suez CanalDISCLAIMER: - This report is based on information available in the public domain through various media resources. Although the information thus obtained could not be verified, the data has largely been cross checked for inconsistencies. Only such data, which appeared reasonable and practical to the author (based on his professional experience and knowledge) has been included. Furthermore, chapters 01 to 05 have been compiled with information available up to vessel departure from Suez.1. SALIENT FEATURES OF THE SUEZ CANALThe 120-mile-long canal, constructed in 1869, connects the Mediterranean in the North with the Red Sea in the South. The canal is managed and operated by the Suez Canal Authority (SCA) since 1956, when the Egyptian government nationalized the Suez Canal Company, which was largely owned by British & French interests. The chairman of SCA is Mr Osama Rabie. Captain Hassanin was on[...]

Continuous Simulation using HEC-HMS (Part1): The HMS Framework

Posted by : Kunal Konar in Blogs

Designation : BUH- Water & Environment

Hydrologic Models and HEC-HMS Given a spatial unit over the earth’s surface, which is variously known as catchment or watershed or basin, how incident rainfall becomes runoff at the catchment’s outlet -- is probably the most fundamental question to a hydrologist. Hydrologic models (aka Rainfall Runoff Models) are the main tool that has been used by the hydrologists to answer this question quantitatively. A rainfall-runoff model is a simplification of a complex, non-linear, time and space varying hydrological process reality. Over the years many types of hydrologic models have been developed and have been applied to various use cases. In a recently published work by Peters-Lidard et al. (2019), this development has been nicely captured and categorized into following six eras, as depicted in Figure 1. The development of the Hydrologic Modeling Center’s  Hydrologic Modeling System (HEC-HMS) started in the beginning of the Geoscience Era and it is still continuing in[...]

Drought Declaration: Existing Practices in India

Posted by : Kunal Konar in Blogs

Designation : BUH- Water & Environment

Drought Declaration: Eka Infra United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) characterizes drought as “a complex and slowly encroaching natural hazard with significant and pervasive socio-economic and environmental impacts, is known to cause more deaths and displace more people than any other natural disaster”. As per the estimate by UNCCD, 1.8 billon people will experience absolute water scarcity, and 2/3 of the world will be living under water-stressed conditions by 2025. The World Meteorological Organization’s publication titled, “Drought monitoring and early warning: concepts, progress and future challenges” (WMO-No. 1006) has defined drought as “an insidious natural hazard characterized by lower than expected or lower than normal precipitation that, when extended over a season or longer period of time, is insufficient to meet the demands of human activities and the environment”. The varied agro-climatic context of Indian agriculture and its general dependence on monsoon rains makes it particularly vulnerable to droughts. Given[...]

Auditing Air Pollution Emissions from an Industrial Process

Posted by : Eka Infra Consultants Private Limited in Blogs

Air Pollution Emissions Audit Services in India Air pollution in India is a growing health issue and environmental problem. Some of the most polluted cities in the world, are found in India, where millions of people breathe air that often exceeds the World Health Organisation air quality guidelines for human health and social wellbeing. Of the world's most polluted 30 cities, 22 are in India, according to research by IQ AirVisual, a Swiss-based group that gathers air-quality data globally, and Greenpeace. It has been estimated that more than 51% of the air pollution is generated from industrial processes, with the other significant pollutant emitter being motor vehicles, particularly in urban areas.  India’s poor air quality contributes to the premature deaths of many people every year, and significantly impacts the Indian economy. Unless action is taken the situation will deteriorate further. The current situation is not sustainable. Greater control and audit of India’s[...]

Eka Infra’s National Safety Week Campaign

Posted by : Sajith Sreedharan in Blogs

Designation : Managing Director

National Safety Week Campaign at Eka InfraThis year, from 4th March to 10th March 2021, India celebrated 50th National Safety Week.The theme of this year’s event was Learn from Disaster and Prepare for a Safer Future.Since 4th March 1972, National Safety Day has marked the establishment of the National Safety Council (NSC), headquartered in Belapur, Maharashtra. The NSC is a Public Trust entrusted with the responsibility of spreading safety awareness among the people of India.This year marked the 50th Birth Anniversary of this landmark organisation that has made a tangible difference in improving India’s safety posture.“Safety work is today recognised as an economic necessity. It is the study of the right way to do things." – Robert W. Campbell, first president of the National Safety Council.Eka Infra also celebrated National Safety Week!From 4th to 10th March 2021, we commemorated this special occasion at two locations: Gopalpur Port, Odisha and our Head office[...]

The Important Links between Effective Administration and Organisational Success

Posted by : Sajith Sreedharan in Blogs

Designation : Managing Director

Relation Between Administration & Organisational Success In any kind of organisation, regardless of its size, experience, sector or industry, its admin function plays a very significant role in ensuring smooth operations and streamlined processes. On a day-to- day basis, routine tasks can pile up without admin staff to handle them and ensure they are completed as per requirement. Also, for every department, delivering quality output on time and within constraints like scope and budget can take the company to new heights of success. And this is one of the many key areas where admin plays a critical supporting role. An administrator is also a very important link between various departments, helping to improve collaboration and deliver more powerful outcomes. Moreover, admin staff are often the first people outsiders such as prospective customers, vendors, business collaborators, etc. speak with. This makes them important gate-keepers and brand stewards for the company. All in[...]

Incremental improvement through Navigation Audits

Posted by : Sajith Sreedharan in Blogs

Designation : Managing Director

Navigation Audits For The Incremental Improvement Seafarers have always been engaged in a dangerous profession and though much progress has been made in this age of satellite technology, many of the risks remain and incidents still frequently occur on the high seas and in the approaches to ports. Just in the last few weeks we have seen four major casualties. Historically shipping has been a high-risk enterprise with many ships being lost close to port. One of the greatest risks that ship owners, seafarers, charterers or even a port operator takes is that of a navigation incident leading to a major casualty. Incidents come in many forms: collisions, groundings, anchors dragging etc. The industry needs to reflect further, how is it that ships with advanced navigation systems and sophisticated communication technologies still find themselves involved in groundings, collisions and other incidents? Planned, periodic and snap audits have a place in reducing[...]

Reskill to Upskill: Sustainable bridging of Data Deficiency

Posted by : Sajith Sreedharan in Blogs

Designation : Managing Director

Sustainable Bridging of Data DeficiencyWorkforce constitutes any enterprise’s most valuable asset especially in the infrastructure sector. The growth and development of any firm is hence based on the development of the workforce as it is technical and technology driven at the management level. Understanding their workforce from the perspective of an asset and intelligence defines the base strength of any enterprise. Development of any employee is contributed by various factors like the social, physical, and work life upliftment with ample focus on basic technical know-how and data management. Focusing on the upliftment of work life of any employee, we must understand that he/she should have the urge to develop critical thinking and scientific temper. These skills enable the employee to handle the competition/ challenges and simultaneously to overcome his/her limitations.All such skills are rooted in two simple words, “reskill” and “upskill”. Reskill is to face the challenges and to learn skills[...]