Wednesday, June 28, 2006

An industry catering well
Chitleen K Sethi
ndians who have traditionally been good hosts are all set to monopolise the hospitality and hotel industry in the world. One of the fastest growing industries internationally, it is second in India in terms of foreign exchange inflow. Generating a job a minute, it is the world's largest service industry, providing employment to almost 14 per cent of the world's population. A hospitality professional can work in big international and Indian hotels, restaurants, cruise liners, airline companies, multinational companies and also the corporate sector.

Sandeep Joshi

Sir, he has agreed to our package of Rs 15 lakh per annum, but he wants an additional vegetable and ration allowance. 

Construction industry shaping up well
The National Academy of Construction (NAC) in Hyderabad is helping build manpower for the construction industry, writes Ramesh Kandula
ith the construction industry booming in the country, there is a great demand for professionals in this sector. The National Academy of Construction (NAC) in Hyderabad is playing a vital role in promoting training and development related to manpower for the construction industry.

Dell seeks talented graduates
he opening of Dell's customer contact center in Mohali has been one of the biggest things to happen to the graduates' job market in the region. Having recruited hundreds of fresh graduates from colleges across Chandigarh, Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh just one year after it set up base here, Dell is hunting for more talent.

Smart SkillS
Tread the path of success
Usha Albuquerque
ravel and tourism is possibly the world's largest industry.That's not surprising, as it is summer, and everyone is travelling. Almost 5 million Indians go abroad every year, and almost 3 million tourists come to visit India.

Career Hotline
Breathing life into characters
Pervin Malhotra