Wednesday, March 16, 2005

Packed with possibilities
Science students not keen on taking the traditional career routes can dig into a carton full of opportunities in packaging technology. Packaging technologists are employed by the production, marketing, and R & D wings of companies producing packaging material, or the packaging departments of manufacturing firms, writes Usha Albuquerque
RE you a science student but not madly interested in engineering? Are you technically inclined and have a strong imagination? If so and still wondering if there’s life beyond IIT-JEE and AIEEE – a career in packaging is one option you can think about. When you go to buy a new product, it is often the attractive package that catches your eye.

by Sandeep Joshi

‘I hope now we will have 100 per cent attendance at the board meeting’.

Job jitters
A question of Interviewers
A guide to facing the people who hold the answer to your interview
Subraya Hegde
OU can breeze through your next job interview if you understand the psyche of your interviewer. Even the brief handshake with an interviewer is an introduction to his personality type and hence a clue to your interview prospects.

No boundaries for growth in export management
With the growth in foreign trade, new frontiers are opening for those specialising in international business, writes Manish Kumar Singal
ITH the globalisation of the economy, more and more export- related jobs are available in the market. Of these, the most in demand are the professionals who specialise in export documentation, export procedures, foreign policies, exim policy and other related subjects.

Sweet prospects in sugar technology

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