Sky is not the limit
Guru Nanak Dev
University introduces many courses in civil aviation
Nanak Dev University, realising the vast potential of unemployed
youth, has opened up many lucrative courses in the field of civil
aviation. Keeping in view the high demand of these courses, these
disciplines would provide new opportunities to students not only in
India but also abroad.
accountants’ body in talks with counterparts in Singapore, UK
The Institute of Chartered
Accountants of India is negotiating with its counterparts in Singapore
and UK for mutual recognition of chartered accountant courses offered by
them, according to T.N. Manoharan, ICAI president. If the discussions
are successful, it would help chartered accountants in India work in
foreign companies, he told PTI.
We wanted you to be with the times, but this is a bit too much!
transcription courses need of the hour
The Indian Medical
Transcription Industry Association is in the process of holding dialogue
with various colleges to run medical transcription programmes as part of
syllabus to meet the growing requirements across the world.
and living in UK
The British Library in
Chandigarh displays the entire spectrum of courses on offer in the UK.
It also arranges an opportunity to talk to representatives of different
UK educational institutions. By walking into the British Library, you
can actually put your questions to the university representatives and
get first-hand information on applying to UK universities.
A stone in a stream can
change the course of a river! A first unfavourable impression produced
by dirty nails has turned many a boy and girl downward, who would
otherwise have gone upward. You cannot estimate the influence of your
career in corporate communications
is it that we know so much about Bill Gates and Microsoft, even though
we seldom see a Microsoft ad? We can say that about the Ambani's and
Reliance too — we know about their personal lives, their hopes and
aspirations for their companies, and future plans even before they are
Crack down on crime
Q I have completed
my BA and planning to take MA (criminology). Please tell me the job
opportunities in India.