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Jobs and scope in food technology.

Chocolates, ice cream, pizza, noodles, samosas, dosas, juices and colas all are products of the Indian food industry. It’s not just restaurant chefs, but also the food technologists who run this industry. Food is a science. In fact a highly developed one, that is based on the fundamentals of biochemistry, physical sciences, chemistry and engineering. Technologists help to make the ...

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So it ‘s all about getting into an IIT. Or is it?

The JEE Main ranks are out and JEE advanced will be so too shortly. New IITs, is a new hope. An opportunity for increasing population. Many students don’t get into IITs even if they are talented. Because, there are almost lakhs of people applying for IITs. “Old is Gold” Old IITs are better. The top 5 Bombay, Delhi, Madras, Kanpur, ...

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Mechanical Engineering : Mother of Engineering.

Mechanical Engineering which is pure engineering can definitely be called the mother of all engineering branches. One of the perks of being a mechanical engineer is that a lot of government jobs are available in the filed of mechanics. But it is not just the mechanical engineers who are the lucky lot. There are many government employment options for electrical ...

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The Game of University Admissions; Engineering

The Game of university selection has started. Let’s choose the best college as per your passion and your rank. Though rank is not an only indicator of your talent. Don’t get disheartened if your rank is not good. Remember, “If you get a lime, make its lemonade”. Questions : [1] What was your passion till date? Choose your branch as ...

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Screw the board exams.

The world salutes the rising sun! And so did everyone when the 12th Board results were announced this year. Only a few days back were the news channels flooded with live interviews of toppers of 2015’s Board exams. Family pictures along with snippets about the achievers formed major portions of the front pages of the dailies. While our ‘para’ (meaning locality ...

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The so called engineering

When searched for the meaning Wiki says “Engineering is the application of scientific , economic, social, and practical knowledge in order to design , build, maintain, and improve structures, machines, devices, systems, materials and processes” While in Tamil Nadu or maybe in South India it differs from one another. Either Best selling “5 point someone” or the blockbuster “3 idiots” ...

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IIT at any cost?

Every cloud has a silver lining, they say. But, sometimes, even sunshine seems tinged by clouds. Clearing the JEE is a ‘dream come true’ for any engineering aspirant in India. But, once the initial euphoria fades, reality bites. Clearing is good, but topping is better. Without a good rank, you will never get the branch of your ‘choice.’ And what ...

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Pratibimb’s Comic Express at VJTI Mumbai Dec 24-26

Pratibimb is the annual social and cultural festival of Veermata Jijabai Technological Institutte. Under the aegis of the VJTI Social Group, this spectacle is an amalgamation of social, literary, cultural and fine arts. This cultural extravaganza offers a smorgasbord of opportunities for students all over the college to show their talents on a national platform. And like every year, 2014 ...

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Brain Drain – Unpatriotic, but its for my Survival.

Onions Rs 80 per kg, Petrol Rs 80 per litre and the inflation continues. It’s a night mare for the middle class people of India they say, but I believe it’s a more cruel reality for budding professionals like us. I had recently completed my Bachelors in Engineering in Instrumentation and have just stepped into the job market. I got ...

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10 reasons why you couldn’t land a job after engineering.

1.  The first and foremost reason why couldn’t you get a job is that engineering is not your cup of tea. You take engineering like every typical Indian teenager, build expectation while graduating and regret a lot in the end. 2. You are just another engineering graduate. Not an Engineer. You hate to admit that you even lack fundamentals of your niche. ...

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