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Internships help with exposure in an otherwise protected environment students get used to. Summer internships have become serious not just by way of exposure and experience; if pursued earnestly, it could be the door opening to a career and money, finds Shipra Singh.
The ease, convenience and financial sense is driving more students to opt for an education loan than solely depend on parents to fund them, says Himali Patel
There is a certain charm and fascination for foreign degrees, but what is the scope of employment post these qualifications? Khushboo Rajput finds out.
While a holistic education experience is preferred over the marks-only focused Indian way of education, the question is how much does it help when it comes to jobs? Anagh Pal explores.
Mantra for success: To be a jack of all trades, you need to be a master of at least one
Sunil Singhania, CIO (equity) of reliance mutual fund, shares his five must-read books for investors
Yuval Noah Harari’s book Sapiens appeared in his mother tongue Hebrew in 2011 and was published in English almost five years later. It is a fascinating read about the evolution of homo sapiens and their dominance over earth. As I was reading it, I was reminded of a client of mine who, when he spotted that I was carrying a popular fiction novel, questioned me on why I read fiction. I explained that fiction oft en packaged factual data in a more understandable manner, once you removed all the other character details.