Global warming and climate change are heating up debate forums, not only
because they are critical issues of the day, but also because the Nobel
Prize committee has awarded the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize to those
espousing environmental awareness, i.e former US vice-president Al Gore
, who shares the prize with the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel
on Climate Change headed by Indian scientists Dr Rajendra Pachauri.
Mom, as per my job contract, I will have to spend two years in a remote tribal area.
there is a skill, there is a way
B-school grads prefer foreign
firms for higher packages
Indian companies may be the
talk of deal street, but on job street they hardly get a second look
from the students of top business schools like the IIMs as they are
going all out to embrace job offers from foreign firms.
varsity set to Take Off
The Madhya Pradesh government's
efforts to woo investments might soon allow it to accommodate world's
first Aviation University offering state-of-the-art training in 16
disciplines—including navigation, pilots and cabin crew— under one
for the future
Q I am in my final year of BA Geography. I would like to do a
postgraduate degree or diploma level course in population studies. Can
you please tell me about the courses and prospects of this field?
Retail & the
Room for MBA
Prospects in PR
Bits & bytes
HUL gets HR
Hindustan Unilever Ltd (HUL)
was on Monday conferred the commendation certification for significant
achievement in human resource excellence by industry body CII. HUL
has been rated among the top four companies globally in a study of
Global Top Companies for Leaders by Hewitt Associates in partnership
with Fortune magazine and RBL Group.
holds social responsibility conclave
Students of the Net Impact
club at the Indian School Business, Hyderabad, held their Social
Responsibility Conclave recently. The theme of the discussion was the
scenario of education in India.
flow of manpower in IT, retail
Rising opportunities in the
Indian job market following the impressive growth in its economy, have
triggered a 'reverse flow' of manpower into certain sectors like IT and
retail, a senior IBM official has said.