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Placements post recession

Placed in Infosys, Ashmita Randhawa from VNIT, Nagpur, recalls the maddening experience Back in my first year, when a senior of mine had commented, “By the time you get in to your final year, your pay packages will beat all records!” he probably had not envisaged that we’d be left chasing even the saddest jobs that passed our way. When ...

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You are hired!

The three magic words for freshers are being uttered once again after a long dry spell. Saurabh Datar tells you all about who is hiring and where they are doing it from Six months after recession ruined everyone’s party (and made some), has the scene improved? Yes, indeed. Six months ago, most graduates (including the author) were unable to join ...

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4 Better or Worse

Anuj Agrawal categorises an engineering student’s life into four stages as per the four years engineering course. Added is a touch of humour. Fresher’s Time (1st year): I am a bit confused whether I should call it fresher’s time or ragging time or senior’s time. Because main apne time ki baat karun toh it used to be totally seniors time, ...

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Chemical Locha

Interested in making a career as a Chemical Engineer? JAM brings you gyaan about the field Chemical Engineering is considered the most versatile of engineering branches and with good reason. It combines the work of various professions such as chemists, industrial engineers, materials engineers and electrical engineers, for the production of chemicals and related by-products. The work of a Chemical ...

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There’s a Rancho on every Campus

So you saw 3 Idiots. So what? You thought Rancho was too good to be true? Well, almost. None of the people you see here are 45 years old and going to college. But they all are special in their own way which compelled us to say, ‘Oye Rancho’. Here’s presenting the real Ranchos on campuses across the country. The ...

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