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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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Student Species

Nimish Varadkar takes a look at various student species. Hotel Management His attachment with the course suddenly changes his behaviour. The very same guy who 6-7 months ago believed in burping and talking while eating, suddenly starts displaying a 17th century English etiquette. Never go out with him to a restaurant because he may spoil your appetite by his constant ...

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JAM Editors Bring You The Career Special June


This week we bring you JAM’s Specials on Careers and Entrance Exams So you aim for a 90%+ in the 12th boards. And you’re still confused what to do? Doctor? Engineer? MBA? Or Media professional? Which exam to prepare for, coaching classes to take. What are you going to do in life after you become one? You are guessing. Nothing ...

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Careers in Pharma

Traditionally a career in Pharmacy was not held in esteem, as much as engineering or medicine. On the contrary it was believed that people who could not get into a medical college would land up in Pharmacy. The options too were very limited, you could either work for a Pharma company, set up your own drug store. Doing a MBA ...

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Carry on Trainee Doctor

When resident doctors went on strike in Maharashtra, interns went on duty. Sumedh Hoskote (Intern, Seth G.S. Medical College & K.E.M. Hospital), Parel) recounts the experience The elation of passing (rather, surviving) the final MBBS examinations soon makes way for the bewilderment at the prospect of facing the year ahead – that of internship. It’s the period where, one is ...

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Medical College Rankings

Medical College Rankings 2003 In 1998 the Government of Maharashtra decided to form a single university which dealt with all medical and paramedical fields of education. Hence, the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) was born. To regularize admissions into these fields, the Common Entrance Test (CET) was introduced in 1999. The changes completely altered the complexion of medical education ...

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Vet in Harness: What it takes to be a veterinarian. Qualifications: After finishing 12th Science, the necessary cut-off percentage for Vet Science is 90% average in PCB, with more stress on Biology. An entrance exam is held by the College of Veterinary Science, Parel, on topics related to animal biology, nutrition, medicine etc. It has an undisclosed cut-off percentage. On ...

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ICRI ties up with University of South Carolina

After the approval of the Foreign Universities Bill by the government, Institute of Clinical Research (India) (ICRI) has entered into an academic/strategic alliance with Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) to offer Masters in Health Administration-Global. This alliance would further the cause of grooming professionals in upcoming healthcare administration Industry in India and also pave the way for new career ...

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Rally in Delhi on Saturday 20th May

Somaansh Bansal asks the junta to join in the anti reservation rallies and show that the youth is united against the malpratices of the Government!!! Venue:::: Gurgaon—> Leisure valley parking (Sec-29). Noida —> Sec-18 , Centre Stage Mall Parking. Delhi—> Will directly come to join the medical and IIT students at AIIMS. Date::: 20th May, 9 a.m at Noida and ...

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