Breaking News:

Career & Education

Dr.Vishal Raina and Shalini Khajuria India, with 1.34 billion people which is growing at a rate of 1.8 per cent a year and could make the country the most populous in the world by 2050.Alarmed by its swelling population, India … More
Gauri Chhabra A few days ago, one of my colleagues from the US came on an official visit to India. B More
Gauri Chhabra In May 2016, the Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said that the Government will pursue am More
Gauri Chhabra Whether we accept it or not, animation is here to stay- it will never get old. It star More
Dr T K Munshi As kids return to school, debate is heating up once again over how they should spend t More
Dr. Manmohan Sharma and Dr. R.K. Salgotra Biotechnology, in recent years, has created unprecedented opportunities in almost all the sectors. It has become the world’s fastest growing and the most rapidly changing technology. Advances in high throughput technologies mainly genomics, … More
Dr S K Raina With the growing need for good translators all over the world, the art of translation is becoming more popular day by day. It is the translator who serves as a bridge between the two languages, literature … More
Gauri Chhabra Have you ever thought of joining the armed forces as a doctor? It is one profession that is blended with a high degree of professionalism, dignity and self- esteem. This is the Army Medical Corps, also known as … More
Gauri Chhabra When I was a student, I had a singular obsession- that of standing first in the class. I felt if I could outsmart everyone at marks, success lay at my feet. Little did I realize then that marks … More
Gauri Chhabra The collective result for Phase 1 and 2 of the NEET will be declared in a few days,as per the Supreme Court’s order. As the candidates keep their fingers crossed and wait with abated breath for their results, … More
Gauri Chhabra There is an estimate which says India produces 1.75 million engineers every year and the number continues to increase. Not all of them get placed in giant MNC’s and most of them do not prefer private jobs at all. … More
Gauri Chhabra A decade ago, Photography used to be an offbeat career option or at the most a business hobby, taking it up as a full time profession might not have been very appealing. However, of late there has been … More
Gauri Chhabra If there is one term that is most commonly misunderstood, that is ‘confidence’. Coming in myriad forms- from covertly fragile to outspokenly brazen- confidence dwells into every heart – though in relative proportions. At times, it piggy rides … More
Jyoti Kachroo, Ashish K. Isher Agriculture is considered as the backbone of our economy. Indian agriculture contributes approximately 14.2 per cent of the country’s GDP, provides large scale employment and fulfills the food and nutritional requirements of the nation. It … More
Gauri Chhabra Post-independence, the main focus of the planners was upliftment of technology and management education. Decade after decade, there has been a churning of        technocrats, doctors and managers but ironically very few great leaders. Of late, it has been … More

More Related News

Scroll to Top