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Wanna be a Horticulturist!

Do you enjoy growing plants? Do you see yourself getting down and dirty? Have you seen movies with a nursery with rows and rows of beautiful exotic plants (with a hero and heroine lost in them)? If the beauty of nature stirs you then you could pursue a career of a Horticulturist!\\\\\\\\r\\\\\\\\n \\\\\\\\r\\\\\\\\nFree dictionary defines horticulture as the science or ...

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Cake Making

Cakewalk A career that’s off the eaten track. The Cake Studio in Lokhandwala Complex is a favorite with both plebs and celebs. JAM speaks to owner Desiree, who’s been in the baking business since 1991, to find out the secret of her success. Q. What are the different types of cake you make? A. Theme cakes, tea time cakes, desserts, ...

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E4SI Fellowship 2010

The Engineers for Social Impact (E4SI) fellowship program has commenced its third annual rigorous recruitment process to match the most talented undergraduate students from twenty-five elite Indian engineering schools with partner enterprises that are catalyzing development through enterprise and market-based solutions. E4SI fellowships promise to be highly entrepreneurial in a way that combines the best of consulting, technology, and social ...

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GLOBAL LESSONS

A new wave of global opportunities has presented itself through organisations like AISEC and the international exchanges and tie-ups that colleges arrange. Pooja Bhula gets students to share their experiences St. Xavier’s College Akshay Kohli (17), from St. Xavier’s College participated in the International Leadership Exchange Program (ILEP) that aims at creating global leaders, hosted by NYU Stern. “The topic, ...

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Broadcast Journalism

A CHANNEL FOR SUCCESS: A Career in Broadcast Journalism A lot of people perceive broadcast journalism to be a glamorous career that’s like a ticket to instant fame. But being the ‘face of the news’ involves a lot of hard work, grit and determination. Most importantly, you have to absolutely love your job, discovers Sulakshana Gupta. BROADCAST VS PRINT Are ...

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Competition is the Key

The Education Minister has taken two major decisions this year. One is to shutdown 35 Engineering colleges in Andhra Pradesh and the other is to allow foreign universities to set up campuses in India. Pooja Bhula shows you the common impact that both decisions will have. 500 of the 692 Engineering Colleges in Andhra Pradesh do not meet the standards ...

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An NGO for NGOs

iVolunteer is a unique NGO which provides volunteers to other NGOs. Prachi Parekh talks to Ruchika Beri about their India Youth Fellowship Programme What is iVolunteer all about? iVolunteer is an initiative of MITRA Technology Foundation and was founded in 2000 by Shalabh Sahai, Rahul Nainwal, Rahul Bakartaky who are graduates from Institute of Rural Management, Anand (IRMA). They came ...

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Carry on Trainee Doctor

When resident doctors went on strike in Maharashtra, interns went on duty. Sumedh Hoskote (Intern, Seth G.S. Medical College & K.E.M. Hospital), Parel) recounts the experience The elation of passing (rather, surviving) the final MBBS examinations soon makes way for the bewilderment at the prospect of facing the year ahead – that of internship. It’s the period where, one is ...

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Mumbai Community Card

IITians Nikhil Dhoka and Amit Kumar introduce consumer cards that will donate part of payment to a social cause They say, “In Mumbai, nobody has time for nobody,” but in this fast-paced metro, there are exceptions all around. We met two IITians who created an unconventional career, which will benefit the underprivileged and everyone who is involved in it. Founder ...

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Medical College Rankings

Medical College Rankings 2003 In 1998 the Government of Maharashtra decided to form a single university which dealt with all medical and paramedical fields of education. Hence, the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) was born. To regularize admissions into these fields, the Common Entrance Test (CET) was introduced in 1999. The changes completely altered the complexion of medical education ...

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