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Science, arts or commerce'
English literature and painting have always been Rasheeda’s forte. So after scoring an overall 75 per cent in the Class X board exams, she should have ideally taken up humanities or fine arts in Plus Two. But she couldn’t go for the arts stream because her father, a government employee, wanted her to study management. Rasheeda had a tough time coping with the accountancy and business studies papers for the next two years. She managed to clear the board exam with a meagre 65 per cent in aggregate and subsequently enrolled in Delhi ...  | Read.. 
 
Projects by proxy
Do school projects done by professionals or parents serve any purpose' ...  | Read.. 
Engineering dreams
You simply can't miss Sir M. Visvesvaraya Institute of Technology's (VIT) yellow-painted buses doing the round...  | Read.. 
 
Does your B-school fit the bill'
Straitjacketed MBA programmes are pass'. Flexibility is now the name of the game, reports ...  | Read.. 
Breaking news
You will be all set for a great career in media with this course. Institute for Career Studies helps yo...  | Read..