Wednesday, December 7, 2005

Get down to the knitty-gritty
Usha Albuquerque
NDIA is known the world over for its variety of fabrics, colours, weaves and textures. Textiles have always been India’s most popular product abroad, which in the recent past have also won the country accolades in the fashion world. At present, both mill-made and handloom textiles constitute a quarter of all exports from our country.

Sandeep Joshi

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Overcoming interviewer bias
Arvind Sharma
nterviews are subjective, no matter how many objective indicators are introduced. Interviewers are human, and all carry with them some assumptions about different types of people. Even the most earnest interviewer may be letting some biases make their way into the decision-making process.

IT professionals club careers with classes
G. Naga Sridhar
AN a geek drawing over Rs 80,000 per month with a happy family, want more? Perhaps, a little education! It appears the current buzz in the IT companies is ‘go- back-to-school’ as many Information Technology professionals prefer to study at reputed institutions after putting up considerable years of service.

“Job portals set to expand base in small towns”
Shveta Pathak
anjeev Bhikhchandani started when not many had even heard of online job portals in India. Eight years hence, the venture that led to the birth of the online jobs industry, worth over Rs 100 crore today, is a market leader with over 55 per cent share.

Career Hotline
Make a calculated move
Pervin Malhotra
Q I am in Class XII (Science). Kindly tell me what is industrial mathematics.

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