The Telegraph
| Thursday, June 27, 2013 |

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The comeback kid

The old BCom programme has changed with time. Avijit Chatterjee finds that it also leads to mega bucks | Read»


Flame of hope

As you move up a hill off the Mumbai-Pune Express highway and turn left towards Lavale village, the picturesque campus of Foundation for Liberal and Management Education (Flame) comes into view. | Read»


See and learn

One of the best ways to learn something is by seeing it or by actually doing it. Experts agree that our retention power is higher when we experience something. Similarly, students respond better to education when they see things that they are taught. | Read»


An Irish odyssey

Anurati Saha, a PhD scholar at Trinity College, Dublin, on how she learnt to adjust to the fluctuating Irish weather and her experience of dining with the country's President at his official residence | Read»


Home away from home

If you are an outstation student, choose your PG accommodation with care, cautions Moumita Chakrabarti | Read»


Bocconi beckons

Italy's top global business school Scuola di Direzione Aziendale Bocconi (SDA Bocconi School of Management), which ranks among the top 10 in Europe and top 30 B-schools in the world, is one of the first foreign universities to have opened a campus in India. | Read»


Watch this site

Social media sites are not just for fun. Kavitha Shanmugam reports that they lead to a treasure trove of jobs | Read»


tossed up

It was a proud moment for all the 297 cadets who graduated from National Defence Academy (NDA), the country's premier defence training institute, on May 31. | Read»


Watch it

Why do I wear watches? Because they're fascinating! I just love to wear them! I mean, you can't go anywhere without wearing a watch! They're fashionable, and a good watch is nice to look at. | Read»