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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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Unconventional Career choice- Tutoring

TUTORING : A DEXETROUS APPROACH In today’s fast pacing world there is advancement in everything. Where once there never existed any tuitions or tuitions were affordable only by the rich, it is no longer a luxury or an extra, tuitions have become indispensable. On the other hand, to meet the needs of growing expenditure everyone wants to earn money, and ...

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Teacher – Sadist or Guru

HEY TEACHER

On the eve of Teachers’ Day we bring you a special series in JAM Says. Guru Gobind Dao Kadhe Kake lagu paye Balihari Guru aapne Jin Gobind Diyo Bataye This doha by Kabir Das illustrates the importance of a guru, a teacher in our lives. No matter, how old or wise we grow, we always look for our teachers for ...

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Is this the Incredible India?

We present different points of view by JAM writers; “Is it really an incredible India??” – Shweta Chaudhary Have we forgotten the scars of Bangalore? The racist attack on a young boy from Arunachal Pradesh again brought shame and despair to our so called “society of diverse culture”. And this is not something that has shocked and jolted our hearts ...

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Rise to Change; NM college Mumbai, Dec 18-24, 2013

Students and organisers of NM College Mumbai’s Drishti, the mangement festival, got together for a social service initiative in association with Shiksha Foundation and PETA India. From the 18th December to 24th December people donated stationery, books, uniforms and leather products. Rise To Change was an all round campaign which not only targeted children but also looked out for animal ...

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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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Amreekan Desi – you can’t take ‘India out of the Indian’

Amreeka! It’s every Indian’s fantasy to live the American Dream, or should we say, the Amreekan dream. Atulya Mahajan does far more than to just paint a picture of US-of-A, its culture and the people. While everybody else in their book are busy milking the “Engineering experiences in India” cow, for his maiden book, Atulya has weaved a story on ...

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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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Gadget Guide

Gadgets are an extremely important part of a student’s life. From taking calls in class to sharing music downloaded illegally, they provide a variety of essential services. Plus, kids these days can’t even find their classrooms without GPS navigation. For the college years, iPods are not recommended. But if you have to have one, because Pappu has one, then by ...

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70:30 Quota

What is 70:30 quota? According to this new quota system introduced by the Maharashtra Government, 70 percent of seats in a college should be reserved for students from the local district. The remaining 30 percent shall be allotted to students from outside the district. Simply put, it means that if you reside in Thane and have scored a high percentage, ...

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