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Study in Germany; top Universities, top choice

Pooja Biraia tells you why Germany might be a better option for that Master’s course you have been planning to do abroad. For most people aspiring to go abroad for their post graduation, the US, UK, Canada or some Asian countries are the most frequented destinations. But considering other options can be surprisingly useful. Do consider Germany before making such ...

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How a teacher changed my life

The teacher Ive always been a good student. Always got good marks, even thougb Ive never liked studying much and I was always active in extra curriculars but my academics never suffered. This was until 12th std. Now let me tell you a few things. 1. I have two over qualified elder sisters. 2. I hate math and I think ...

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10 types of teachers found in almost every school or college

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1.The sweet understanding teacher (who gives attendance even when we bunk) 2. The bitchy teacher who doesnÔÇÖt even consider you in the class , though you spent like 50 mins of your life hearing her. 3. ┬áThe Extremely Old Teacher.┬áThis teacher is ancient.(the old swag) will also teach whatever comes in his mind NO MATTER which subject he needs to ...

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Life of an engineering student in a “3rd tier” college

You don’t have to study much after you join a college they said. After 1 year of frequent unit and revision tests I entered my college with so much of expectations that gets fed during the last months of school days. I imagined that my college life would be like what they show in movies and tv shows. Bunking classes, ...

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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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Internships- A ladder to that dream job!

Being an undergraduate student of the prestigious University of Delhi, pursuing a hip course like Journalism, one starts to believe that after the three lovely years of college, life will become bliss. Hundreds of media organizations will start queuing up to hire you and you start building your castle in the air. This was just exactly my perspective two years ...

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Beware of sub-standard and fraudulent foreign Universities.

An important article for international students, written by Ryan D’souza an international student in Australia. JAM has been bringing you useful articles and information that students from India can use while choosing education abroad. Here is Ryan’s story; When I received my student visa for Australia on Christmas Eve in 2009, I was so delighted about going overseas that not ...

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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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Young achievers – HR college Mumbai students start his own book store

Aditya Malkani Background: Student of HR College At just 19, Aditya has done way more than what some people hope to achieve in a lifetime. Apart from doing all that a student needs to do, he makes time for several worthy and intriguing projects. One of his most impressive ventures so far is the Foreword Bookstore. Started in July 2007, ...

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Do student helplines really help?

JAM finds that students in distress are likely to be put on hold. Every year, close to board exam reults being announced, there are sad stories of students ending their lives, anticipating failure. Unable to confide her darkest fears to family or friends, 15 year old Anshita Tiwari became one such recent statistic. In response, social workers and well-meaning organisations ...

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