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Admissions in Delhi Univ are hell, but it’s worth it.

Delhi University Post graduate admissions

I have lived in Mumbai all my life and after completing my undergrads in English Literature from my dream college here, I was clueless about what my next step would be. I was conflicted between further studies and taking up a job. My parents preferred the former and to some extent so did I because I didn’t know what job ...

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Students in Free Enterprise

SIFE is an international non-profit organization that organises college students to make a significant difference in their communities. SIFE is a team-based activity – you’ll be a member of a team that represents your university to work within the community. These teams of students apply business concepts to new projects with a wide outreach that improve the standard of living ...

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Safar ka Suffer – species on the local train.

safar ka suffer train

It took me four weeks weak analysis, to finally finish my thesis on types of travellers. You are bound to encounter the different varieties that I have identified, one time or the other. Here’s the deal – the travellers classification. Touch me not: This kind of species is found in every first class compartment. Whether it’s your bag, your earphones, ...

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Waitress for a Day

Pooja Bhula, who wished to work at Zanzi Bar at Baga Beach in Goa, does just that… Yes, I am referring to the oh-so-famous Zanzi Bar Shack at Baga Beach in Goa! I visited this bar for the first time with my college friends in 2007 and it was a lovely experience. I loved the food and the elegant yet ...

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Not Just an MBA: You too can be an Entrepreneur

5 articles on Entrepreneurship, by the  Editor, JAM, Rashmi Bansal  Just do it Rashmi Bansal answers an interesting query by Aadesh Jain – the much needed gyan for the entrepreneur in you“I am a final year Bachelor of Management Studies student from Mumbai. I am taking the CAT’ in November and had a few questions. I would be really glad if you ...

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TV Channels spreading panic instead of being useful

They say that anything in moderation is tolerable. This is especially true if you consider Himesh Reshammiya’s career (?) as an example. But when mother and Mother Nature are giving you something—no, is not an option! You just have to buckle up and eat it, and hope to god that you manage to survive through that ordeal in one piece. ...

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Have Sex. You’re *&$@^%(Married)

India is my country. All Indians are my brothers and sisters. To people who did not go to school—this is a crash course of our national pledge. It basically states that in our country, all the dudes are your bros and all the chicks are females that you cannot…er are your sisters. So basically that is why everyone here is ...

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Cut and Style the Hair. You could earn up to 50,000

Can’t stop bragging about your new hair-do? Do you buy fashion magazines and judge celebrities by their hair cuts? “Wow! That’s really nice” or “what is she thinking?” Well if you have the right amount of creativity and passion you could be the next big thing in hairstyling. CAREER PROFILE Hair styling is one of the coolest jobs in today’s ...

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Engineering ke baad kya..

Blue Collar Blues Careers on the Shop-Floor Most people would love to have five figure salaries, comfy offices and an intellectually stimulating work environment. Add a ticket to the USA, Europe and there you have it, the mantra that most engineers are chanting nowadays. The only job that provides all these and much more is a software related one. This ...

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ISEET & NEET – All India Engg & Medical Exams

The end of board exams signifies freedom and respite for many harassed students across the country. Except for those brave souls who wish to study Engineering or Medicine. For them, the slog has just begun. Lakhs of students in India appear for various entrance exams – such as the IIT-JEE, AIEEE, BITSAT, VITEEE, SRMEE, ASEEE, and various state-level entrances like ...

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