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Follow your heart …not always your dreams.

The corporate world comes with a lot of glamour and bling overpowering the innocent freshers to become the rich snobs of this artificial world. Here’s reciting to you a story of Kangana, a dreamy girl, brought up in the city of dreams … Mumbai. A shy and reserved girl, Kangana barely spoke to anyone. More so, being schooled at a ...

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Extra Curricular Activities that’ll Look Good on your CV

Name, Contact Details, Project work, Achievements, Objectives and Hobbies. This is the tried and tested format of normal curriculum vitae / resume. With the stiff competition, one has to have an edge over the others. Here are a few activities which you can involve yourself in and which will set you apart if these are a part of your resume. ...

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Internships- A ladder to that dream job!

Being an undergraduate student of the prestigious University of Delhi, pursuing a hip course like Journalism, one starts to believe that after the three lovely years of college, life will become bliss. Hundreds of media organizations will start queuing up to hire you and you start building your castle in the air. This was just exactly my perspective two years ...

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How to land 30 job offers in 36 hrs! A Successful Job hunter reveals.

Who am I? I am Akhil, a 21 year old guy who landed 30+ job offers in 36 hours just by a zero cost marketing initiative. Here am gonna give away my secrets in 3 easy steps. Learn Skills Every skill I’ve put down in my job hunt website was learned on my own without spending a rupee. You can ...

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What to do if you are unemployed?

Life in college is easy and full of fun but once you graduate two things seem to rule your life – career and job. Home is not sweet any more with parents start inquiring about placement (you laugh at the word although you pretend serious) and neighbours start asking ‘What are you doing?’, a question that makes you feel as ...

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Couselling or Pressurizing?

“Matri devo bhava, pitri devo bhava.” Many of us might have heard or read this shloka somewhere or the other, at least once in our lifetime. The meaning is clear: our parents have been raised to the status of God. Indeed they are, no second thoughts about it but God only shows and guides us to the right path; he ...

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Politics in the office.

Politics has a peculiar way of dealing with the world. It will either raise one person from rags to riches or bury the other six feet deep under the rags. Growing up I always had a notion that Politics is constrained only to the countries governance, but I was wrong. It is a part and parcel of our lives from ...

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Delhi University’s short term, industry oriented Open Learning courses

College of Open Learning of Delhi University invites admissions in skill based industry training courses” The COL on its website says, “Graduation degree does not empower the students to get a job instantly.  Most Indian graduates do not match the employment profile required by industry in a competitive global environment. Academic achievements not withstanding , graduates have no means to ...

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eShack – The Party Place

Arman Sood and Ashwajeet Singh, fourth year law students from Jindal Global Law School conceived an offbeat idea of eShack- an online store selling bar/party/drinking accessories. In their second year, after being bored with their not-so-happening life, and hell-bent on doing something new and unconventional, both budding entrepreneurs took the plunge.  From college their dorm, they share their journey  into ...

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I don’t regret my decision to do B. Tech. (But I am not happy)

So what happens when someday you stand face to face with reality, when the pressures of your life are just waiting for you to open the doors to your mind so that they can just squeeze into the meagre space that you’ve left for yourself, or when the truth, the questions that you’ve been trying to evade confront you, when ...

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