is no joke
A cartoonist’s job is crucial as
well as challenging, whether it involves making a visual comment on the
socio-political scenario, conveying public interest messages or simply
raising the laughs, writes Usha
how dull and drab a newspaper or a magazine would look without cartoons
and illustrations! What would we do without our daily fix of R.K.
Laxman, Sudhir Tailang, Sudhir Dhar and Ajit Ninan! Cartoons are comic
drawings used to illustrate a topic of public interest. Cartoons add the
right amount of humour or sarcasm to a newspaper headline that would
create just the required impact on the readers. The caricatures in
cartoons are often exaggerated, comical depictions of real people in the
Look, how serious he has to remain to make others laugh.
"Sense of humour must for
can count the number of political cartoonists in India on your
fingertips. In fact, in the words of well-known cartoonist Sudhir
Tailang, "Cartoonists, like tigers, are an endangered species in
the country. But we are not as ferocious."
pays in an interview
interview is not a punching game. Nor is a match between two
adversaries. It is a friendly exchange of views between a job-seeker and
his prospective employer. It is not a combat, as many nervous candidates
suppose it to be. It is an opportunity, like an actor’s screen test.
counselling must for choosing domains in IT sector"
selection process in the IT sector is becoming more stringent, says
Mahalingam C, Senior Vice-President, HR, Symphony Services, an
enterprise with core competencies in commercial grade software product
development, headquartered in CA (USA), with India locations in
Bangalore, Mumbai and Pune. Here, he dwells on the hiring policies:
Head for hospitality
Q I am a student of Class
XII and want to pursue hotel management (HM) after Class XII. Is
studying HM abroad a good option? How would you compare HM courses
in India and abroad?