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Purana career Naya take – Tattooing

Here’s a career which has no recognised course, yet it is much sought-after. Considered a taboo in the ancient times, today tattoos are a style statement and no body part has been pardoned the pain. JAM speaks to tattoo artist Ketan Saindane (25) to know what exactly it takes to take up this painstaking art. Did you pursue any course ...

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Jewellery Designing

As long as jewels continue to bedazzle its buyers, jewellery designing is a career that is meant to stay. As a career option, it offers a wide spectrum as one can opt to be a sales manager, designer, stone setter or even a quality analyst. And if you’re lucky, you may end up opening a store that sells exclusive designs. ...

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Clay to Go: Ceramics

The not-so-known world of ceramics is a great career option for an artist, Prachi Parekh finds out Remember the way you loved and excelled at clay modelling as a kid? Turn that talent and passion into a full-fledged career, if you love working with clay and have the flair for turning an earthen lump into a piece of art. Basic ...

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License to Shoot

A career in photography is a chance to pursue your hobby AND make money while doing it. In India, a photographer has a very down market image, largely due to ignorance. A photographer here is one who either takes passport photographs or is into wedding photography. This is a gross misconception as there are a number of different areas where ...

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Students question CAT results

CAT results are out, but the students are not satisfied with the ‘normalised’ scores The much awaited results for CAT 2009 have finally arrived. However, a number of test-takers are not satisfied with the results of the first-ever online CAT. In particular, those who took the test on 5th and 6th Of December have reported erratic and unexpected scores. Ajay ...

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E-Week India

Six lakh people from 30 cities attended six days of entrepreneurial activities led by 70,000 students of E Cells (Entrepreneurship Cells) from 512 member institutes of the National Entrepreneurship Network as part of Entrepreneurship Week India. The week-long campaign that advocated support for entrepreneurship concluded on 13th February with a Championship Awards Ceremony and launch of NEN E Clubs at ...

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Tiffin Time!

Mumbai’s dabbawallas started it, but many enterprising people have taken it further. Priya Chaphekar catches up with some dabbawallas with a difference Green Veggies Owner: Nimit Shah When did you start with Green Veggies and what made you get into this business? I started off with Green Veggies in 2006, when I was in college. My idea was to start ...

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4 Better or Worse

Anuj Agrawal categorises an engineering student’s life into four stages as per the four years engineering course. Added is a touch of humour. Fresher’s Time (1st year): I am a bit confused whether I should call it fresher’s time or ragging time or senior’s time. Because main apne time ki baat karun toh it used to be totally seniors time, ...

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