|July 24, 2007|
|US studies: 'Don't be too proud to ask for help'|
A look at international student orientation programmes at US universities. Hear from former students, as they describe how they were useful and why students should participate.
Success mantras from Himesh Reshammiya
What makes Himesh Reshammiya such a successful composer, singer and, now, actor. India's self-styled shares his success mantras.
VFS: Make your dream US visa a reality
Dr Arun Vakil, US visa specialist, provides an introduction to Visa Faciliation Service. He explains how to use the web site, book an appointment and modify your application.
Back to work after a break? Ease into it
Back to work after a long break? Here are some tips on how to get back into the system.
CAT 2007: 'Study at least 5 hours a day'
KB Sharma and Deepak Kumar, competitive examination experts, give advice to Get Ahead readers on CAT 2007.
|July 18, 2007|
|English Errors: 'I am having a lovely family.'|
More English Bloopers sent in by observant readers. Today, we look at the differences between present continuous and present simple.
Study abroad advice on US universities
Sree Sreenivasan, one of the 20 most powerful south asians in America, answers questions about studying in the US. As dean of students at Columbia's journalism school, he interacts intimately with university students.
|July 09, 2007|
|Desi English at office, a comedy of errors|
Anand S., a Human Resources worker, shows us the absurd English errors that regularly cross his desk.
Are you being micro-managed?
You sense a presence behind you, and in a feeble attempt to look busy your fingers fumble, hitting random keys. You might just be a victim of micro-management.
How to choose your MBA programme
Karan Gupta details the various MBA options available to students. To find the best programme, he says, 'start with self-analysis.'
Experiences as a PhD student in the UK
Chindu Sreedharan, a PhD student in the UK, shares his experiences with rediff.com readers.
|July 05, 2007|
|Workaholic colleagues: A boon or a bane?|
Are workaholics a pleasure to work with, or a pain in the you-know-what? Share your opinion!
Want a career in HR? Here's how
Unsure of the educational options available to you after Class X? Young Buzz career guidance counsellor Chandra Bali chatted with readers about just that.
The world's study material is just a click away
The National Knowledge Commission is setting up an online network that will enable college students to access study material and connect with institutions and faculty members from around the world by the year 2008.
Have you studied in America?
For former and current students in US universities, a chance to tell us what you really think about life abroad!
'US education style is more interactive'
Kanchana Suggu, former US student, describes life in America. She talks about the academic differences, living expenses and finding employment.
'Animation is a serious business'
Do you have a passion for animation? Vinod A S, head of the 3 D department at Toonz Animation discusses his own career in the industry and offers advice.