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Tap The talent

So you want to be in the media? You want to be a journalist but have no formal training after your graduation? Don’t worry. These training programmes will help you to achieve that dream. Picture Courtesy: Asian College of Journalism So you want to be in the media? Either it’s the attraction towards the glitz and glamour of the media ...

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Kickboxing

Does yoga and meditation put you off to sleep? If yes then kick some butt with kickboxing. You would have learnt kickboxing as a hobby or for your personal fitness but now you can fight professionally and make it your career. Kickboxing is a full contact (except for below the belt kicking) combat martial arts. It is basically a combination ...

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Going Managerially bananas!

Many people are still skeptical about the BMS degree which gives you, or is at least supposed to give you, a headstart into the coveted management field. Aaishwari Chouhan finds out if this is a worthwhile option for all you junior management buffs. Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS), offered by Mumbai University, is a three-year degree program with 6 semesters. ...

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Is BMM A Golden Ticket To Media

Bachelor of Mass Media (BMM) is one of those supposedly, \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\’cool\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\’ professional courses which have many takers. Students, one would like to think throng to this course mainly because they need an entry into the media world. BMM course typically is an exclusive Mumbai University course.\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\r\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\r\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\nWho are not from Mumbai perceive this course as a golden opportunity to make it ...

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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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Radio ga-ga!

Two new courses on ‘radio management’. Are they worth joining? JAM finds out. With 338 new licenses being awarded to private broadcasters in 91 cities all over India, radio is all set to boom. And so are jobs in this field – in sales, marketing, content development, engineering and of course, presentation and announcing. Most of the people in radio ...

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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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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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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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