The Telegraph
| Thursday, August 21, 2014 |


A test to pick the best

The civil services entrance examination must select the finest young minds to lead a globalised India. Two former expert committee heads of Union Public Services Commission argue why the Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) must stay | Read»

The coaching shops are scared

Apart from political pressures from the Hindi heartland, the vested interests of the teaching shop industry have been the driving force behind the protesters who want the Union Public Service Commission to go back to the archaic system| Read»

Room for a mate

Sharing a room can be fun if you have the right attitude. Here are five tips to help you make a total stranger your friend for life | Read»

Here's to internship

Before you step out of college into the real world of jobs, an intelligent way to get hands-on experience is an internship. You gain relevant work skills, make important contacts and even stand a chance to land that first job. Finding a suitable internship, communicating with recruitment managers and getting access to well-known companies | Read»

Call from Nippon

Mohit Sharma, a student of electronics engineering at Chiba University, on coming to grips with the Japanese language, playing the guitar and hunting for vegetarian food | Read»