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Game point
In less than a decade, hundreds and thousands of young boys and girls will pursue sports as a career,” predicts footballer, P.K. Banerjee, “because after years of being neglected as a career option, people are finally realising its significance.” Banerjee should know. The 69-year-old veteran who has been actively involved in sports practically all his life admits to being in on what he calls “the country’s sports scenario.” He says, “Earlier sports was not considered to be a very lucrative career option, because it was not taken very seriously. ...  | Read.. 
 
Doing their own thing
More and more B-school grads from top institutes are rejecting plum jobs to set up their own entrepreneurial ventures ...  | Read.. 
Gateway to a corporate career
With an MBA seen as the ticket to earn mega bucks in corporate India, management education is big business. Un...  | Read.. 
 
In maple leaf land
Whether it's animation or IT, engineering or management, Canada offers excellent study opportunities to Indian...  | Read.. 
Towards B-school
Crack this exam and secure a great career in management. Institute for Career Studies gives you a few ...  | Read..