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Vets are not just pet doctors
`Pharma industry has crucial role for vets'
I HAVE never met a veterinary graduate without a job. If he is not running his own business, he is working in a well paying organisation. These are the words of the founding Vice-Chancellor of the Bidar-based Karnataka Veterinary, Animal ...
How to score in a group discussion
WITH THE Common Admission Test (CAT) having just concluded, the next logical step if you get selected will be a group discussion (GD). Even if you did not take the CAT but some other MBA entrance test, you will need to face a GD before your ...
For excellence in medical education
I am studying in the second year of the pre-university programme. I want details of the AFMC (Armed Forces Medical College, Pune) entrance examination and the AIIMS (All-India Institute of Medical Science) entrance examination. ...
Tallying accounts made easier
TALLY, A financial accounting software, is fast becoming an absolute necessity for persons who want to build their career in the accounting domain. Gone are the days of writing journal entries, opening and drawing columns for innumerable accounts ...
THE UNIVERSITY of Honolulu, U.S., and University of New Castle, U.S., will offer Ph.D. scholarship for students pursuing distance programmes. All post- graduate students are eligible. Graduates with at least five years experience or published ...
`Study is exciting, scope is vast, pay is good'
PEOPLE SAY doctors are a boon to mankind. Agreed! But have you ever thought about doctors being a boon to animals too? Seeing a bleeding cat on the roadside or a meek sheep being bitten by stray dogs, some of us just sympathise with them and some ...
To work or to study is the dilemma
KILLING COMPETITION. This best defines today's career scenario. Career planning is a lifelong process, and one cannot be ignorant and take impulsive decisions that would affect the future. You need to be a step ahead and make the right moves for ...
Linux training institute
A TRAINING institute dedicated to the promotion and development of Linux operating system, imparting education on Linux, open source and open source-based value-added applications, has been opened in Shimoga. Udaya Technologies, which imparts ...
Problems galore in higher education
A PERCEPTIBLE concern over the crisis in higher education in the country was observed at the two-day UGC (University Grants Commission)-sponsored national-level conference held in Belgaum recently to deliberate on the issues concerning higher ...
Research disguised as fun
THIS IS for prospective marketing managers. "BrandScan'' fair, a complete market research programme developed and organised by the students of T.A. Pai Management Institute (TAPMI) in Manipal, is both fun and an opportunity for the practical ...
Shaping your employment potential
The aim is to make people more suitable to the workplace, cut down training cost and boost career opportunities.
Careers in e-Learning
The companies that are truly successful are those that provide the opportunity for employees to continually learn and improve.
World Scientific Publishing has come out with a book giving a comprehensive review of the Nobel prizes awarded since 1901. Called "The Nobel Prize," it offers a perspective on the development of human civilisation over the past 100 years. ...
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