Tuesday, September 28, 2004


With the spiralling crime rate, the time is just right to arm oneself with a degree in Forensic Science to help untangle knotty cases and trace criminals, writes Pramod K. Chaudhari
T
here is an old adage that a murderer leaves some mark somewhere and therein hangs a tale... To be unravelled by a sleuth, nay, forensic scientist.

* Future trends
* Money matters
* Progression path
* Flip side


"Role of forensic scientists will grow in future"


IN FOCUS
Shaping future sleuths
by Jangveer Singh
P
unjabi University, Patiala, is truly creating forensic scientists of tomorrow with its postgraduate course in Forensic Science.

CAREERCATURE
by Sandeep Joshi

Careercature by Sandeep Joshi
No need to tell me your experience. I can make out you have worked in a call centre

WORLD WATCH
Uncle Samís lure lessens, Down Under beckons
T
he strong Indian student community, which is set to drive the global education scene in coming years, is trying out new destinations, beyond the much sought-after shores of the US, according to a report from New Delhi.

TITLE TRACK
People-Delight
Innovative Ideas to Motivate Your Team
By Rajiv Khurana
Vision Books; pages 108; Rs 125

  • The HR Book

SMART SKILLS
Work etiquette crucial to corporate culture
by Usha Albuquerque
T
his could be a typical schedule of the average business executive or businessman today. Social activities and business etiquette are as important as balance sheets and deadlines. Caught in the sweep of globalisation, we cannot afford to stay insular in our attitudes, etiquette and fashions.

CAREER HOTLINE
Make a foray into foreign marketing
Q I am a working in sales in the FMCG sector but I want to move into international marketing. How should I proceed?

  • Future in floriculture

  • DRDO recruitments

  • Specialising in Net security

  • Avenues in accounts

  • Nursing exam

  • Look after labour welfare

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