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path to growth
Knowledge of horticulture
leads to a vast expanse of opportunities, be it in research, the
government sector, the hotel industry or the blooms business, writes Satish
this era of wide ranging options for entrepreneurship, horticulture is a
field that holds ample scope. Whether you want to be full-time or
part-time horticulturist, whether you have your own piece of land or
not, you can take up this line and make a decent living out of it.
is fast emerging as a priority area--- both for the scientists as well
as the agrarian community. With a number of hydroelectric projects
coming up in Himachal Pradesh, the need for scientific management of
their catchment treatment plans, necessitating large-scale plantations,
has also assumed significance. To help offset the environmental
degradation caused by these projects, there is a growing demand for
employing professionals with a forestry background.
overseas for jobs
and more Germans are turning their backs on the economic problems
plaguing their homeland in the hope of better pay and working conditions
in foreign countries, a report from Berlin said on Monday. In
2003, the German government registered 127,000 cases of Germans moving
abroad, though many more just left without informing the authorities,
German Radio Deutsche Welle reported.
BITS AND BYTES
test launched by BITS
Birla Institute of Technology and Science has introduced the system of a
computer-based, online test for admissions to its forthcoming session
this year. Known as BITS Admission Test--2005, it will be held in
various centers across the country between April 10 and June 20, 2005.
Ride the expansion wave in
insurance, healthcare and retail sectors
the pace of life moves faster and faster, one has to run, just to stay
in the same place. This fast pace has changed the way we work and the
kind of jobs that are increasingly being created. Ten years ago, 80 per
cent of the jobs were in the area of manufacturing, while today the
majority are in the services sector.