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The Telegraph
| Thursday, November 13, 2014 |


A sporting opportunity

The success of the Indian Super League (ISL) in the footsteps of other sports league championships such as cricket, hockey, kabbadi and badminton has opened up a plethora of job opportunities for sports management graduates, says Avijit Chatterjee

With a good job at Goldman Sachs, the global investment banking firm, Antony Thomas had everything going for him. But he wasn't happy. Thomas had a nagging desire to do something in the field of sports, a dream he nurtured since childhood. So one... | Read»

In tune with industry


Vidisha Chhajer is elated. She has just received a job offer from the Bengaluru-headquartered IT giant Infosys to work as an associate consultant. | Read»

Help for US tests 


Indian students preparing for the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) study for one to four hours a week ? mostly late at night ? for around one to three months. Their study habits were revealed in a recent survey conducted by Education Testing Services (ETS), which surveyed nearly 20,000 GRE applicants across the world. ... | Read»

Destination Christchurch

STUDY ABROAD: A massive reconstruction effort in New Zealand’s second largest city, hit hard by earthquakes, has opened up unique vocational courses and jobs linked to them, says Chandana Chandra

In every crisis, there is an opportunity, or so goes a Chinese proverb. Some Indian students smelt an opportunity in a crisis. As Christchurch —The second largest city in New Zealand — picks up the pieces after a devastating earthquake in February 2011... | Read»

Dream run

Campus Buzz

I came to know about the Institution of Engineering and Technology?s Present Around the World (PATW) competition for young engineers when I was in first year. My college, Techno India, was a venue for the local network level competitions of PATW and I anchored it. That is when I knew I had to participate. | Read»

Mother's moments

These are our three winners of the YOU Click & Win Contest, which was conducted post Durga Puja on Facebook. Contestants had to send in their entries for Puja photographs clicked by them during the festive days. For more pictures, visit... | Read»