strong case for legal outsourcing
With LPO (legal process outsourcing) expected to create 79,000 jobs in
India by 2015, it is being tipped as the next big thing after BPO.
for fighting court cases in New York or London for law firms there,
Indian lawyers are doing everything else for their western
counterparts—litigation support, contract review, patent writing and
paralegal services. Legal process outsourcing (LPO), as it is being
called, has very high growth potential, and according to latest
estimates, it can fetch 79,000 jobs in India by 2015. According to
Nasscom, estimates of current addressable market potential for legal
services outsourcable from the USA alone are pegged at $ 3-4 billion. It
is estimated that only 2-3 per cent of the potential market has been
tapped so far.
jockeying the hot new job
Radio jockeys are already a part of
folklore with even Bollywood movies being made on them. But it is the
Internet jockeys or IJs who are spinning music right in the web space.
With the Internet getting more and more popular, people no longer depend
on television or radio for viewing or listening to their favourite music
or songs. A listener of Jazz or pop can get access to music from around
the world. The professionals who manage the music shows on the Internet
are referred to as Internet jockeys.
By calling me ‘uncle’ in office you’ll get no relative gain.
maths, the online way
solutions provider, Educomp Solutions Ltd, recently launched a new
initiative in online learning, Mathguru.com, an innovative 24x7
math-help programme designed to help students solve every single maths
problem as per their curriculum, text books or syllabus on an
is a good prescription
getting into medical school
is a problem, a fallback that makes for an exciting alternative career
is pharmacy. With the complexities of modern medicine and the thousands
of drugs being developed and dispensed every day, health professionals
and the public have come to rely quite heavily on the specialised
knowledge of pharmacists. This along with the massive growth in the
pharmaceutical industry has created an increasing demand for trained
half-baked idea, this
Q I am 26 years’ old and interested in opening my own bakery.
Please tell me about the future in this field. Also, suggest some good
— Paramjit Singh
A Did you know that India has the world’s second largest
biscuit industry (after China)? And that the unorganised sector accounts
for 60 per cent sales of all bakery products in India? Well, now that
you do, just go ahead and check out some of these courses that will help
you master the art (and craft) of baking. Once you’ve grasped the
basics, some practice (a few burnt cookies and one or two stubborn,
refusing-to-rise cakes) followed by loads of experimentation —
you’ll soon be perfect.