In brief


New exam centre

Cambridge English Language Assessment (part of the University of Cambridge) has inaugurated Ryan Global School as a new exam centre. The launch was presided by Liam Vint, deputy director Global Network, Cambridge English Language Assessment. Dr Snehal Pinto, director, Ryan Global Schools was also part of the launch event.

The Cambridge English exams for schools are categorised for various age groups within K-12. They enhance the speaking, writing, reading and listening skills contributing to development of student’s personality.  These exams are accepted in thousands of organisations worldwide and will be a value add to their resume in their college/university applications to study abroad as well. These exams open doors to higher education, improve employment opportunities, and increase choice for study or work.

Workforce chatbox

Cyber Management Software Solutions (CMSS) has launched a talk Bot aptly named H# (H Sharp) designed for a natural language understanding and can make human like natural conversation. It can be easily plugged-in on different social communication platforms, external or internal and does not demand for a separate login or complicated interface navigations, get talking right on your Twitter or any intranet communication platform that organisation might be using currently.


It also helps perform HR related tasks like  applying for benefits and leave, fill forms, etc.



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