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JAM is India’s Most Loved Youth Magazine since 1995. Full time Editorial interns for 6-8 weeks. June-July 2014 To write, edit, plan and manage the content on the website. Please send your resumes to edit@jammag.com, cc: Rashmi@jammag.com   Engineering students – techies If you have a knowledge of web based applications available on the internet, we can offer you a challenging role. Come ...

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Career: Is IIT, IIM about the good life?

‘Career queries’ like this one really bug me. “… I am expecting an admission in IIT for computer science or mathematics.At the same time I am also getting an admission in IISc for BS. In future I want to do MBA from a good university. I want to work as a investment banker. I am very confused which option would ...

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Ode to India

independence day

Geeli mitti ki bheeni sugandh Lo ho gaya phir Bharat bandh Padosi ke pressure cooker ki seeti Second a/c from Howrah to VT Arnab ke cheekhne ki awaaz Chhole bhature with sirkewala pyaaz Office mein boss ke lafde hain ‘Bhaiyya aaj ke dus kapde hain’ Dopahar ki gully cricket Chai ke saath do glucose biscuit Do rupaye ka dhaniya patta ...

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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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Editorial -The Teacher’s New Clothes

Everyone agrees that there is something wrong with India’s education system. But sometimes, it takes an outside view to understand just how low we have fallen. In 2007, Brown University student Thane Richards came to India as an exchange student. Thane spent 7 months at St Stephen’s College, one of India’s crown jewels in education. While he had rich and ...

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LINCOLN – Can an Idealist create History?

So who likes studying history? And I don’t blame you. The way history is taught, it’s just a collections of names, facts and dates. We rarely see the human beings behind the ‘heros’ and the ‘villains’, victory and defeat. That’s why a movie like ‘Lincoln’ is so important. That’s why it literally blew my mind. Lincoln is revered today for ...

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