Infosys Current Affairs - 2019
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IT giant, Infosys has launched the app InfyTQ app to offer learning and engagement experiences for engineering students.
The online free platform InfyTQ is open to all engineering students in their third and fourth year. InfyTQ encourages holistic development by imparting technical as well as professional skills and helps them become industry ready.
How InftTQ will benefit the Students?
InfyTQ which is available on both mobile and desktop is equipped with a plethora of content, courses and news to establish talent readiness at an industry level through online assessments and certification.
InfyTQ will benefit students by enabling a process of continuous learning through a continuous transfer of digital skills and expertise from the Infosys innovation ecosystem.
Through courses centred around conceptual and practical aspects of technology, InfyTQ will help students receive a thorough understanding of the fundamental building blocks which includes extensive hands-on learning to aid the intelligent application of concepts in the real world.
InfyTQ will offer advanced learning materials and enable virtual programming environments for certain sets of students to further hone their technical skills.
The courses will also help students in navigating the art of effective contextual response, inter-personal relationships, communication and email, etiquette among others.
InfyTQ will also assist students to stay connected with the organization, keep up with the latest happenings and familiarize themselves with Infosys culture and value system
The employability of the Indian Engineering students has always put into question. The InfyTQ is a step forward in building the employability skills of the Indian Engineering students.
The Union government has approved Integrated E-filing and Centralised Processing Center 2.0 Project of the Income Tax Department to enhance the efficiency of income tax administration system in the country.
Integrated E-filing and Centralised Processing Center 2.0 Project
The objectives of the Integrated E-filing and Centralised Processing Center 2.0 Project are:
- Faster and accurate outcomes for taxpayer.
- First time right approach.
- Enhancing user experience at all stages.
- Improving taxpayer awareness and education through continuous engagement.
- Promoting voluntary tax compliance.
- Managing outstanding demand.
The project would aid in reducing the time it takes the department for processing returns to just 24 hours from 63 days. The project is also expected to reduce the rectification requests from the current 2% to 0.1% together with reducing the time taken to process rectification requests.
The decision to implement the advance tax filing system was taken to bring transparency and accountability besides faster processing of returns and issue of refunds to the taxpayers’ bank account directly without any interface with the Income Tax Department. As an added advantage the system can aid in promoting voluntary tax compliance and managing outstanding demand due to automation.