Are you an ardent observer of life and its idiosyncrasies? Do you find humour in every situation and love to remind people about this beautiful fact of life? And, most importantly, is sketching your medium of expression? If yes, a career as a cartoonist might just be the one for you.
A certified gemologist can explore a career in gems testing laboratories, jewellery retailing businesses and export houses dealing with gemstones
There is great demand for fashion and product photographers today, but it’s wedding photography that takes the cake.
Those who have cleared the first step for admission to an Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), this is the time to gear up for the next stage – JEE (Advanced), to be held on May 24. Clearing the JEE (Advanced) will pave the way for securing a seat in an IIT.
Last week’s decision by the Central government, to make the Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) a qualifying paper in the UPSC exam, has come as a huge relief to lakhs of aspirants.
Superman, Spider-Man, the Avengers, the Hulk... who are these heroes? And, how have they evolved from folklore and myth, across all cultures and religions? You now have a chance to learn from the experts who created these superheroes.
Questioning the validity of degrees and alleging serious irregularities in training being imparted at the Institute of Apparel Management (IAM), IAS officer Puneet Kumar has resigned from IAM’s board of governors.
Caution: UGC says it has warned Mewar University against granting degrees in association with institutes like FDDI, IAM
The Australian Government’s Department of Education and Training is inviting applications for the Endeavour Postgraduate Awards.
Ashok Kumar Gadiya, chairperson of Mewar University, a private state university of Rajasthan, claims to have informed UGC about the MoUs it has signed with various skill-training institutes, but he has yet to get its consent. Excerpts from an interview.
Mewar University and vocational training institutes such as FDDI and IAM are allegedly violating UGC norms by signing MoUs to run degree courses
Batting for a revamp: Experts call for academic introspection, say valuation system should be overhauled
Cracking the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT), which will be conducted on May 10, can be a cakewalk if you approach it with the right strategy.
As nearly 30% of India is vulnerable to earthquakes of severe intensity, geologists, seismologists and earthquake engineers can play a huge role in minimising loss of lives and property
RN Singh, INSA senior scientist, CSIR-National Geophysical Research Institute, Hyderabad sheds light on research in earth sciences in India.