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The Language of Money

Learning a foreign language doesn’t just mean being pretentious and watching French movies. It can be a valuable career move and a profitable career option! Picture yourself sitting in quaint little roadside café in the south of France communicating without restraint with the local waitress? Or striking up a conversation with a cute Italian on the plane back home? Or ...

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Nightmare at DU

Weeks after the gates to Delhi University shut for new entrants; JAM finds students are yet to recover from the ordeal. The admissions to Delhi University may be over for the year, but the trauma of it is far from forgotten. Well what else can one expect when even 90 per cent marks are considered just about average (Thank God ...

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Be on the right side of the Law

Are you looking for a career that gives you a battlefield-like adrenaline rush? Well, you don’t have to join the Armed Forces. You can get that rush from a career in law. Now I know if you walk by the sessions court on Mahapalika Marg in Mumbai you see lots of lawyers – young and old – wearing those black ...

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Quota nation

Sometimes I think I should not just read the newspapers. Too many negative vibes early in the morning. I was amazed at the rate at which the 90:10 SSC reservation rule became an order. Wonder where this efficiency goes when handful of young men come from baju ka des and use the city as their shooting range or when we ...

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Quota Nation

Sometimes I think I should not just read the newspapers. Too many negative vibes early in the morning. I was amazed at the rate at which the 90:10 SSC reservation rule became an order. Wonder where this efficiency goes when handful of young men come from baju ka des and use the city as their shooting\r\nrange or when we have ...

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Weird office Rules!

Dear collegians, now you are dreaming of getting out of the shackles of black lists, examinations and going to the seemingly liberal world of offices. But wait, we are here to shatter your rosy pictures and give you a taste of how an office really is! Because not everyone is lucky to work at JAM, where employees dance to Bhojpuri ...

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The long march to tibet

We are standing outside the 37th Esplanade court in Mumbai. They seem so out of place, these young boys with their hair gelled back and bright ‘Free Tibet’ t-shirts. The court clerk had difficulty reading out the names. They are Indian in a sense, and yet ‘foreigner’. So what is their offence, anyways, I ask. Dorji takes it upon himself ...

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10 tips to write a better resume

Tip 1 – Use Titles or Headings That Match The Jobs You Want With employers receiving hundreds of resumes you must make sure that your resume hooks an employer’s attention within a 5-second glance. A great way to do this is to use job titles and skill headings that relate to and match the jobs you want. Tip 2 – ...

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The Army Needs You!

For the first time ever the National Defense Academy and the Indian Military Academy have fallen short of their intake capacity. Last year the NDA saw 190 joinees out of a 300 capacity and the IMA saw an even more deplorable 86 out of 250 seats filled. While the forces continue to be unmatched in terms of status and glamour, ...

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Summer Jobs

If you aren’t one of the lucky few who’ve managed to land themselves a Summer Internship job through JAM, fret not, here are a few other job opportunities that may help you earn some experience plus cool cash. Jobs that are available to students can be classified in these categories 1. Fast Food Joints A. McDonalds Your best bet would ...

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