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April 03, 2020
Rihanna just made history with this mag cover
Rihana rewrites the rules on the cover of British Vogue.

April 01, 2020
10 life skills to master during lockdown
Use this time to learn some basic workplace skills so you can fulfill your potential and take charge of your own growth, says Shreyasi Singh.

March 31, 2020
How the lockdown can improve your etiquette skills!
Bored sitting at home during the lockdown? Brush up on your etiquette skills.

Work From Home: Tips you can follow
Six working professionals tell us how they balance time between work and family.

March 29, 2020
Fighting COVID-19: A teacher's 10 tips for parents
Roshani Sonawane tells us how parents can use the time to teach the right values and build important skills in children.

March 24, 2020
They help volunteers 'volunteer'!
Those In Need bridges the gap between volunteers and NGOs looking for the right candidates, says Sneha Bhattacharjee.

March 23, 2020
Follow Newton and hone skills: IIT-G tells students
Utilise time at hand to hone new skills the way Isaac Newton did when he was sent home by Trinity college during the Great Plague of London, IIT-Gandhinagar has told its students.

March 22, 2020
How to choose the right career counsellor!
Today, there are as many approaches to career counselling. You only need to know what you are looking for, says Bindisha Sarang.

March 20, 2020
How to work from home: 6 useful TIPS from CEOs

March 17, 2020
8 English words most Indians mispronounce
What is the correct way to pronounce suit? Is it soot or sweet?

March 15, 2020
'I joined Indian Navy for a salary of Rs 1,200'
Rediff reader Deepak Verma, 51 from Ahmedabad tells us about his first job and salary.

March 13, 2020
How coronavirus has affected jobs India
'Sectors related to foreign trade, exchange, import and travel are experiencing a slowdown, which is now reflecting in their talent demand too.'

March 12, 2020
NGO that helps young minds become entrepreneurs
360 Degree has a network of more than 500 volunteers across the nation.

March 11, 2020
Have you heard Suryakant Sawhney sing?
Hindi lyrics are no bar to the global appeal of his music.

5 smart tips for women to balance career and family
Work-life balance is not just spending time with your family or at work, it is also about taking out time for yourself.

Is it expensive to study in Germany?
If you have pursued your bachelor's degree from elsewhere, studying a master's programme in public universities in Germany is easier as 80% of the universities are free, says Sushil Sukhwani.

March 09, 2020
Why SHE rode SOLO from Kashmir to Kanyakumari
Neetu Chopra, who travelled solo between Kashmir and Kanyakumari covering 7,600 km in just 18 days, tells's A Ganesh Nadar why girls should not be scared to dream.

March 06, 2020
IIT-B, Delhi in world's Top 50 engineering colleges

March 05, 2020
Life lessons from Mandira Bedi
'Whether it's a morning walk, an evening swim or an afternoon workout in the gym, just get moving.'

How a 23 year old is helping India save water!
You can too, by following Garvita Gulhati's tips, says Swarnami Mondal.

Ambition vs family: What Indian women really want
According to a recent study, 89 per cent working women from India believed that it is important to have ambitions compared to the global average of 59 per cent

March 04, 2020
How to apply for Teach for India fellowship

March 03, 2020
Top 100 universities in the world

March 02, 2020
SEE: The Skateboard Sensation!
Meet street skateboarder Jay Singh, 18, proud winner of the Skater of the Year Award.

10 jobs that are in-demand in India

February 28, 2020
Revealed! What ANNOYS employees the most

To Hell And Back
If you think life has made Asna a bitter person, you are wrong; she is one young woman full of positivity and dreams.

February 26, 2020
5 dream jobs that will help you survive recession
Artificial Intelligence will create 2.3 million machine learning jobs by 2020.

February 21, 2020
This college trains students to find jobs in Japan
Sona College of Technology's integrated Japanese course has helped seven engineering graduates find jobs with six-figure salaries in Japan.

Dipali Goenka is the CEO we need now
A video of the CEO dancing along with her staffers is winning the Internet and encouraging other leaders to make workplaces happier.

February 19, 2020
Ditty sings to save the world
'I have a voice and must use it to do as much as I can.'

February 18, 2020
Rs 200 to Rs 50 lakh! A designer's success story
Mohammed Mazher reveals how he carved his niche and made it to the top.

11 simple tips to deal with exam stress
While exams may seem time consuming, remember to spend some time every day with your loving/funny friends or family members.

February 15, 2020
How actor Rekha inspired this fashion designer
'She has been a huge inspiration in my life as a designer.'

February 14, 2020
Look at how much more IIM-C grads are getting paid this year!
The average salary offer for top 10 per cent students hits an all time high, reports Avishek Rakshit.

Wheelchair bound, she's travelled solo to 58 countries
Globetrotter Parvinder Chawla's story will make you believe that nothing is impossible.

February 12, 2020
'India has an enormous pool of talent'
Lakme Fashion Week Gen Next designer, Chandrima Agnihotri, tells what she has planned for her runway debut.

February 11, 2020
8 exciting tech careers for Indian engineers
There is a high demand for IT professionals who can envision, design and develop applications for the future.

February 10, 2020
LFW 2020: How models prepare for a fashion week
We bring you some glimpses from the LFW fittings.

February 07, 2020
XLRI placement: Highest offer is Rs 58.5 lakhs per annum!
Highest international offer stood at Rs 58.5 lakh; 43% of batch placed via pre-placement offers

From Dharavi with love: Mc Altaf raps for you
'That's what I plan on continuing to do with my music.'

How to AVOID a difficult conversation at work
We often say, 'I know that.' Instead, a better thing to say it is, 'Why do you feel so? Can you please explain?'

February 06, 2020
How Facebook can help you get a job
Job recruiters are less likely to select candidates who appear to be too self-involved or opinionated in their social media posts.

February 05, 2020
How AAP is reforming Delhi's public schools
Anjuli Bhargava reports on how the Aam Aadmi Party is making quality education more inclusive and at no cost to parents.

5 simple tips to be a GREAT leader

From earning Rs 300 to associate general manager

February 04, 2020
5 lessons from USA's first bisexual beauty queen
Miss Utah 2020 Rachel Slawson is busting stereotypes while raising awareness about mental health, body issues and self love.

February 03, 2020
These government schools want to SUCCEED but...
Will their teachers be allowed to teach, asks Anjuli Bhargava.

How Jawed Habib built a multi-crore business
'I have had my share of failures... But these failures have not curbed my junoon (passion). My passion has remained with me despite my failures.'

February 02, 2020
First salary: From Rs 1,200 per month to associate VP
Rediff reader Hitesh Kumar Jha from Akola reveals how his first salary changed his life.

February 01, 2020
Campus placement: Mean salary up by 12% at IIM-K!
The number of offers, made by 131 recruiters, too rose by 22.4 per cent over last year, reports Vinay Umarji.

Why 9 out of 10 Indians want a flexible workplace
According to a recent study, 60 per cent individuals have indicated that a flexible work life gives them better work-life balance.

January 31, 2020
5 exciting career options for budding writers
You can be a copywriter, novelist or a content writer and turn your hobby into a fruitful career.

SEE: Why Vedarth Thappa is the fittest man in India
The engineer on how he built his body and conditioned his mind to represent India at the CrossFit Games 2020.

January 30, 2020
Highest salary offered at IIM Lucknow is...
The management institute also clocked 100% placement, says Virendra Singh Rawat.

Fired? Laid-off? 5 tips to find a NEW job
Upskill. Network. Increase your employability status. Don't be redundant, says Gaurav Vohra.

January 29, 2020
How to Recession Proof Your Career
'See to it that you have adequate skills that will make you so indispensable that they cannot fire you.'

Background checks: 4 tips to have a clean profile

January 27, 2020
Barack Obama is a big fan of Prateek Kuhad
'The discipline of writing and polishing a song is way harder,' Prateek Kuhad, the singing sensation, tells Veer Arjun Singh.

Layoff tales: From 20 lakh a year to Rs 15k per month
Rediff reader Stephen J, 50 from Chennai reveals how his life changed after he was fired from his job.

January 24, 2020
Layoff stories: 'I even thought of committing suicide'
Rediff reader Nalini Jagnat Kudalkar from Thane, Mumbai tells us how she coped with life after being laid off.

January 22, 2020
Layoff stories: 'I was jobless for a month and a half'
Rediff reader Dr Jnaneshwara GK, 50 from Mangalore explains how he reclaimed his life after being laid off.

January 21, 2020
What I learnt after losing my job
Young professionals who lost their jobs tell's Divya Nair how they reclaimed their lives.

5 ways India can create MORE jobs

January 20, 2020
10 sectors that will hire Indian engineers in 2020

January 19, 2020
'I got my first job on the same day my dad retired'

January 16, 2020
3 useful tips to ace APPRAISALS in 2020
Workplace mentoring helps young professionals understand their work, encourages them to perform more effectively and gives the motivation to do better work, says Ambrish Sinha.

January 15, 2020
3 simple HABITS you should adopt at work this year

January 14, 2020
Tell us what's in your lunch box?
Share pics of what's in your lunch box and we'll publish the best responses.

10 unique skills Indian students MUST have
Teamwork, critical thinking, networking, collaboration and adaptability are among a few soft skills that will enable our students to tackle challenges in life as well as at their workplaces, says Rustom Kerawalla.

January 13, 2020
8 simple tips to write your first CV

January 12, 2020
First salary: How I surprised my dad on his birthday
Rediff reader Raunak Singh, 30 from Noida tells us about his first job and salary.

January 11, 2020
Heard Bombay Lokal's rebellious, angry, music?
Their music, available online, sung in Hindi, English, Urdu and Marathi, displays a new grammar and vocabulary which expresses the language of the disempowered,

January 10, 2020
Would your kids like to visit Prani?
Prani is both a home for rescued animals and a habitat classroom for kids.

January 09, 2020
What is the cost of education in Singapore?
Undergraduate courses indicatively cost S$23,000 to S$38,000, while postgraduate courses approximately cost S$15,000 to S$40,000.

First salary: At 10, this tutor earned Rs 200

January 07, 2020
First salary: From Rs 200 in 1961 to general manager
Rediff reader Vijai Kumar Sharma, 79 from Jaipur tells us about his first salary.

VIDEO: How to make delicious lauki ke kofte
Try this quick and easy recipe at home and let us know how the dish turned out.

January 06, 2020
How this computer engineer survived recession
Rediff reader Tushar Kulkarni, 40 from Dombivali, Thane tells us about his first salary.

10 job skills Indian engineers should have
Most Indian engineers can code but are not confident in their ability to do so, notes Narayan Mahadevan.

January 05, 2020
'My first salary was Rs 4,500 in 2005'
Rediff reader D N Basavaraj, 40 from Davangere tells us about his first job and salary.

January 03, 2020
Why this employee didn't encash her first salary
Rediff reader Deepika Pattnaik tells us how she felt while receiving her first salary.

January 02, 2020
5 ways India can solve unemployability in 2020
The country is in a sweet spot where adoption of automation will make industries more efficient and able to employ more workers in jobs that cannot be automated.

First salary: Rs 700 to vice president of a company
Rediff reader Srinivas Samudrala, 58 from Telangana shares his story.

December 31, 2019
From a class 10 drop out to assistant officer

December 30, 2019
5 really SMART tips to get funds for your start-up
It is very important for founders and entrepreneurs to do thorough background research about the investors, before confirming any association, says Nikesh Patadia.

First salary: 'I was paid Rs 500 for overtime'

December 27, 2019
Prospects are brighter for vocational training
The average salaries for vocational jobs have grown by 18% whereas engineering and MBA jobs rose only by 4% and 3% respectively.

First salary: 'Even today, I value Rs 850'
Rediff reader Rao MA from Singapore shares his story.

December 26, 2019
First salary: Rs 2,000 a month to vice president
Rediff reader Rupesh Kumar tells us how he landed his first job and salary.

December 25, 2019
First salary: How one phone call changed my life
Rediff reader Kapil Mohan from Delhi tells us how he got his first job and salary.

December 24, 2019
First salary: This MBA was paid Rs 2,920 in 1994
Rediff reader Anjum Parwej, 52 from Indore shares his story.

December 23, 2019
Small town engineer to founder of a company

Gorgeous! Meet Miss Teen International 2019
Aayushi Dholakia from India was crowned Miss Teen International 2019.

December 20, 2019
The Jazz Player
Adil Manuel offered to show her their passports.

From Aquaguard salesman to entrepreneur

December 19, 2019
'After losing parents, my first job saved my family'

5 SUPER COOL courses you should pursue in 2020

December 18, 2019
This IITian's first salary was Rs 300 in 1969
Rediff reader Milon Kumar Sanyal, 72 from Kolkata tells us what he did with his first salary.

India's Suman Rao is Miss World Asia 2019
Glimpses from the Miss World pageant.

December 17, 2019
6 tech courses that will get you a JOB in 2020
Cybersecurity is a great opportunity for you to start your career.

December 16, 2019
Have a special Christmas recipe? Share it with us!
It's time to share your favourite Christmas recipes!

First salary: From Rs 1500 to starting my own company
Hari Krishnan Nair from Chennai shares his inspiring story.

10 tips to be an AWESOME co-worker
One of the most important aspects of a shared space is maintaining a quiet and peaceful environment, says Prashant Garg.

December 15, 2019
First salary: 'It meant pride, freedom, independence'

December 14, 2019
MBA grads more employable than engineers: Report
According to the India Skills Report 2020, Maharashtra emerged as the top ranked state in terms of employability, followed by Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh.

December 12, 2019
What's ailing India's top B-schools?
India needs to have more focused B-schools which are qualitative and practical oriented to churn out students ready to take on the challenge to steer India Inc. and the nation forward.

December 11, 2019
Why Zozibini Tunzi is the Miss Universe we need
Inspiring words by Zozibini Tunzi, the newly crowned Miss Universe 2019!

How my first salary of Rs 300 helped fulfill my dreams
Rediff reader Kiran Mestry, 49 from Mumbai tells us how her first salary changed her life.

With 1,119 job offers, IIT-Kharagpur leads placement
IIT Kharagpur gets more than 1,000 job offers in a record five days, with 144 companies visiting the campus till Dec 5

December 10, 2019
From battling hunger to earning Rs 1 lakh per month
Rediff reader Arvind Fulari shares his inspiring story.

5 career skills that will matter in 2020
In the age of robots and automation, skills such as people management, coordination and negotiations will be relevant, says Babita Shekhar.

December 09, 2019
Must read: How I won Comic Con 2019
Mumbai's Trisha Devadiga, one of the winners at Comic Con 2019 tells's Hitesh Harisinghani how she designed the fascinating costume from scratch.

First salary: From office boy to private secretary

December 08, 2019
Advice to 15-yr-old self: 'Choose your career wisely'
Rediff reader Irish Verma, 35 from Chandigarh shares his message:

December 06, 2019
'I'm the first graduate in my family'
Rediff reader Sherfudeen Mohamed, 41 from Canada shares his inspiring story:

A robot changes the way a bank hires staff!
'The highlight of the interview process is it is robotic.'

December 05, 2019
39% women want to 'reskill' before re-joining office
A new survey has revealed why women would like to take up reskilling courses to increase their chances of getting a job after a break.

December 04, 2019
The lady behind the Teach For India phenomenon
"No problem is insurmountable," Shaheen Mistri tells Anjuli Bhargava.

First salary: 'I was paid Rs 2,000 in 1995'

December 03, 2019
First salary: 'After 25 interviews, I got the job'
Rediff reader Someshwar Shinde reveals how he landed his first job.

December 02, 2019
Run business schools like businesses
The one-size-fits-all approach adopted by the AICTE is not suitable for regulating business schools in India, argues Asish K Bhattacharyya.

Dancing for a Dream
Mumbai's break dancers pin their hopes on their passion to dance to get out of city's ghettos.

From debt-ridden to earning Rs 3 lakh a month

November 28, 2019
IITs mull new placement model to ease student stress
Experts believe modifying the placement model is a good decision given the changes that campus recruitment has undergone globally, says Vinay Umarji.

First salary: 'From Rs 280 a month to Rs 1 lakh'

November 27, 2019
Inspiring! This data scientist is only 12 years old
The class 7 student was encouraged by his parents to pursue his passion.

How to get your DREAM JOB during recession
It is all about learning new things. The more skills you have, the better your chances of getting hired are, says Sarita Digumarti.

November 26, 2019
10 career mistakes to AVOID in 2020
If you keep asking for a raise, your employer will feel that you are here because of the money, and the company doesn't matter to you.

November 25, 2019
First salary: 'I invested in an LIC policy'

November 22, 2019
'Men worship Durga, but don't respect their own women'
Sharmila Nair's campaign '18 Shades of Black' is inspiring Indian women to talk about the restrictions they faced while growing up and encouraging people to find solutions.

November 20, 2019
Of passionate riders and a motorcycling career
Veer Arjun Singh finds out what a bunch of passionate bikers can teach us about the adrenaline-fuelled hobby

November 19, 2019
10 things to keep in mind before starting a company
Did you know that the Government of India has granted certain tax exemptions to start-ups for a prescribed period?

November 18, 2019
Why these B-schools are excited about the hiring season
Management campuses are expecting the rise in pre-placement offers to ease the final placement process.

THIS is the number of students India sent to the US
With 202,014 students, India sends the second largest number of foreign students to the United States, a report said.

7 smart tips to get MORE followers on Twitter
Keep your tweets informative and entertaining such that it stands out from the rest, says Dr Ranjit Nair.

November 17, 2019
'My first salary was Rs 2,500'
Devendra R Sawant, AGM-administration and facility for a reality firm tells us what his first salary meant for him:

November 16, 2019
This 18-yr-old is making reusable napkins
'I was inspired to produce cotton sanitary napkins after I faced health problems due to the use of ordinary pads.'

November 15, 2019
It's go-slow on campus job placements!
'Zero Day' visitors like Maruti Suzuki, TVS, Tata Motors, Hero MotoCorp, Ashok Leyland and Bajaj Electricals are visiting fewer campuses.

Advice to 15-yr-old self: 'Life's not all about money'
This is what Arindom Chakraborty, 41, Kolkata wrote:

November 14, 2019
Advice to 15-yr-old self: 'Don't be too anxious'
This is what Subhodeep Mukherjee, 34 from Kolkata wrote:

The 7-year-old who designed today's Google Doodle
Gurgaon based Divyanshi Singhal's doodle of Walking Trees was selected from over 1.1 lakh entries across India.

November 13, 2019
Cognizant to hire 23,000 from Indian institutes in 2020!
India CMD Ramkumar Ramamoorthy clarified Cognizant would continue hiring, and that the earlier job-cut announcement was but a small one, considering the company had around 290,000 employees globally.

My advice to 15-yr-old self: 'Always dream BIG'

November 11, 2019
INVITE: Write a letter to your 15-year-old self
What's your message to your 15-year-old self? Write a letter and share it with us.

PIX: Why these Indian artistes deserve applause
The grit and determination of these specially-abled artistes will fill you with positivity.

India Inc to see a 10% salary increase in 2020
The Salary Budget Planning report released by Willis Towers Watson said the median salary increase at the executive level for 2020 is projected at 10.1%, an increase from 9.6 per cent in the previous year.

November 10, 2019
First salary: How I found a job during recession
Rediff reader Mrunal Samant, 33 reveals why her first job and salary will always be special.

November 07, 2019
'Make the most of adversity'
'Stumbling blocks teach a lot and should be taken as stepping stones.'

November 05, 2019
Quiz: Which is the oldest existing school in India?

November 04, 2019
ये ओडिशा के गरीबों को डॉक्टर बनने में मदद करते है
अब वह भुबनेश्वर के आर्थिक रूप से पिछड़े विद्यार्थियों की डॉक्टर बनने में मदद करते हैं।

How you can survive in a climate changed world!
Flourishing in a climate changed world will need close collaboration with others, across caste, communal and gender lines that aren't crossed today, says Rajesh Kasturirangan.

November 01, 2019
Don't miss! The best B-schools in India

October 30, 2019
The best Indian B-school in the world is...
The Indian Institute of Management Calcutta is the only Indian institute to have made it to the top 20 of the Financial Times Masters in Management rankings 2019.

October 25, 2019
He helps Odisha's poor become doctors
He now helps financially challenged students from Bhubaneshwar become doctors.

University ranking sweepstakes
Should we really pay attention to them, asks Ajit Balakrishnan.

October 24, 2019
This IIT student cracked the perfect GRE score
Taher Poonawala, 20, a student of IIT-Madras from Mumbai reveals his study secrets.

October 22, 2019
5 career mistakes women must AVOID
In spite of continuous arguments about equality, women still do unmistakably more work than men at home, says Nidhi Pant.

October 21, 2019
Right to Read on a roll in India, Africa, Central America
The Right to Read programme hopes to cover 100,000 schools, covering 15 million students.

Starting a new job? 10 things you must know

October 20, 2019
64% employees trust robots more than managers

October 18, 2019
Inspiring! They donate their hair to cancer patients
Having cancer can be devastating. But for women, the side-effects of the disease, especially the loss of hair, is the hardest part.

What does it cost to study in Ireland?
While business, humanities and engineering programmes at the undergraduate level start at €10,000 (annually), candidates should make provision of €8,000-€12,000 (approx Rs 6 lakh to 10 lakh) towards living expenses annually, says Sushil Sukhwani.

October 17, 2019
Want to be an Entrepreneur? Read this!
'That's the most important lesson that you learn being an entrepreneur.'

October 16, 2019
How an EY scholarship programme is helping poor students
It is changing the lives of students who show the potential to shine academically but are likely to drop out due to economic compulsions.

October 14, 2019
How poker changed their lives
Four individuals who have taken up poker professionally tell Norma Godinho/ how their stars have changed for the better.

October 13, 2019
'My first salary was Rs 450 for a part-time job'
Rediff reader Mukesh B Nautiyal, 54 from Mumbai reveals how he spent his first salary.

October 11, 2019
Curvy yet sexy! Meet plus-size lingerie model Ali Tate
Meet Ali Tate Cutler, who is one of four models featured in the launch of Bluebella and is the only plus-size model among all.

October 09, 2019
10 reasons why your CV was REJECTED!
Unless you are a fresher, you should not circulate a generic CV for all openings, says Achin Bhattacharyya.

October 07, 2019
Genpact wants grads as leaders!
"We made a conscious decision that we will not get influenced by the years of experience," says Piyush Mehta, chief human resource officer, Genpact.

4 online courses that'll help you in your career
In-depth understanding of various concepts and programming languages is what employers are looking for, says Sarvesh Agrawal.

October 04, 2019
8 tips to choose a good boarding school

October 03, 2019
It's raining job offers at B-schools!
They are witnessing, or anticipating, a double-digit growth in job offers over the same period last year.

Gandhi@150: Students offer amazing solar lamp tribute!
One million schoolkids around the world build and light solar lamps.

October 02, 2019
At 23 lakh, BA is India's most popular course
At undergraduate level the highest number (35.9%) of students are enrolled in arts/humanities/social sciences courses followed by science (16.5%), engineering and technology (13.5%) and commerce (14.1%), the All India Survey of Higher Education (AISHE) report revealed.

October 01, 2019
'Hostel life taught me the art of compromise'
Nisha Tandon, 49, Dubai tells us how hostel life prepared her to deal with challenges and enjoy life.

WATCH: Narendra Modi's inspiring speech at IIT-Madras
Narendra Modi addressed the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras' graduating class of 2019.

September 30, 2019
Why is everyone congratulating Sara?
Check out the winners of GQ Men of the Year awards 2019.

इस गली बॉय ने अपने करियर की शुरुआत मुंबई की एक चॉल से की
पाँच सालों में नेज़ी उर्फ़ नवेद शेख़ मुंबई की झोपड़पट्टियों में रहने वाले एक गली बॉय से भारत के रैप जगत के सितारे बन गये। 2014 में आफ़त के साथ अपना रैप करियर शुरू करते समय उन्हें पता था कि उन्हें सफलता ज़रूर मिलेगी। लेकिन उन्हें अपने सामने आने वाली चुनौतियों का अंदाज़ा नहीं था।

Must see: 10 HOTTEST jobs in India right now
A financial analyst is one of the most popular career options in the domain of finance, Sanjay Goyal.

September 29, 2019
'Hostel life taught me to be strict to survive'
Heera Nawaz, 59, from Bengaluru talks about how her hostel life shaped her life and career.

September 27, 2019
5 reasons why mothers make better entrepreneurs

September 26, 2019
This Gully Boy started his career from a M'bai chawl
When he started off his rap career with Aafat! in 2014, he knew he would find success. Little did he imagine the obstacles he'd have to encounter.

September 23, 2019
She is teaching school kids to code, use AI
Suriya Prabha trains students from government schools in rural Tamil Nadu to code and use Artificial Intelligence to solve problems.

September 22, 2019
How managers can help employees fight burnout
Managers need to establish a tone when it comes to work-life balance.

September 20, 2019
What makes this 18 YO artist so special?

First salary: 'I took my family out for lunch'
Rediff reader Shajan Samuel from Bengaluru tells us how he spent his first salary.

September 19, 2019
10 tips to handle a new role at work
Be it a new team or taking over an existing one, it is essential to create your own working style within the team, says Dr HC Guruvayurappan.

September 17, 2019
Why this artist is living at the NY Met for 200 hours!
Nikhil Chopra is the first Indian artist to strike it big on an international scale, a part of a group of breakaways who have turned the foundations of the art world on its head, points out Kishore Singh.

September 16, 2019
Life@Hostel: 'Friendships you make are the strongest'
Abhijeet Masih describes how the friendships he made at boarding school changed his life.

When I interned with Ram Jethmalani
'I know his principles and his teachings will continue to guide me in the years to come,' says Tanvi Dubey, paying homage to her mentor Ram Jethmalani.

Scared of losing your job? This advice is for YOU
A company likes a candidate who can do many jobs and save costs, says Sridhar Ramakrishnan.

September 14, 2019
Engineering campus hires: Microsoft offers Rs 41 lakh
While most of the IITs are yet to begin the final placement process, several non-IIT engineering colleges start early.

September 13, 2019
Shocking! India dropped from top 300 World Universities list
India fails to feature in the top 300 World University Rankings 2020 list.

September 12, 2019
What Lord Ganesha teaches entrepreneurs
Deep Malhotra lists the lessons you can learn from the God of Auspicious Beginnings.

Inspirational! Prafull Sawant and his Super 25
The idea of a free learning centre took birth in Sawant's mind while he was still in school.

September 10, 2019
Hostel memories: 'Food used to be good, hot, tasty'

Inspiring! Shikoh Zaidi's Red Revolution
A Class 12 student is changing the lives of the girls in her village, says Geetanjali Krishna.

How India can produce more job creators
Entrepreneurship is all about identifying a need or a gap and being able to visualise a solution to service the same in a sustainable and commercially viable manner, says Achin Bhattacharyya.

September 09, 2019
Now, an MBA that will prepare you for digital business
One year full-time MBA to be offered to candidates with 3 years or above work experience

My hostel life: 'There was one phone for 250 students'

September 06, 2019
INSPIRING! He's teaching India's women to be safe
Abhishek Yadav holds a Limca record for training 5,700 girls in self-defence techniques in Kunda, Pratapgarh and other places in Uttar Pradesh.

September 05, 2019
Kolkata gymnasts take the Internet by storm

September 02, 2019
His first salary motivated him to be an entrepreneur
Reader John Thomas T, 43 from Jaipur tells us about his first job and salary.

August 31, 2019
Will Miss Nagaland be the next Zeenat Aman?
"She is beautiful, soft spoken and intelligent," Zeenat Aman said about Imlibenla Wati who was recently appointed Global Ambassador of Miss Super Talent World.

August 28, 2019
Do you want to study in New Zealand?
From college intake to visa guidelines, here's everything you'll need to know before signing up for a course in New Zealand.

August 27, 2019
The (V) Unbeatable team that might win America's Got Talent!
Mumbai dancers fuse lyrical hip hop and b-boying with elements of American cheerleading and trapeze-esque bits from the circus.

5 ways we can fix India's unemployment crisis
Adapting to an inevitable digital intervention is India's only hope at beating a long-standing job crisis. To do so, focus on quality education and better skill development is fundamental, says Dr Yogesh Kumar Bhatt.

August 23, 2019
Inspiring! This model turned rejection into SUCCESS

August 22, 2019
'My parents encouraged me to be a model'
Lakme model Suni Singha reveals how her parents pushed her to follow her childhood dream.

August 21, 2019
'Women make better stock market traders than men'
Meghana Malkan, a stock market maven, talks about why women make better traders than men, why Nifty is likely to remain in the 11000-12000 range till December, and offers her success mantras for making money consistently by trading the stock market

August 20, 2019
At 14, this model said NO to marriage!
Pressured to get married at 14, Gunjan Raghav turned to modelling.

August 19, 2019
Navneeth Murali is 2019's Spelling Bee Champion

Whoa! Cheese margarita pizza is this model's weakness

August 16, 2019
First salary: 'I bought dil pasand, my favourite sweet'
Rediff reader Jayesh Kumar, 44 from Bengaluru tells us about his first job and salary.

August 15, 2019
Sacred Games: 5 lessons to learn from Ganesh Gaitonde
His ability to think like a visionary helps him expand his business, make new friends and improve his network.

August 13, 2019
कैसे बना एक रेलवे कर्मचारी का बेटा भारत का #1 रैपर
उन्होंने हमें बताया कि कैसे किया उन्होंने अपने सपनों को साकार।

August 12, 2019
First salary: 'I sent Rs 50k to my parents in India'
Mithileysh Sathiyanarayanan, 29, research scientist from London, UK tells us about his first salary.

August 08, 2019
Must See! Ruskin Bond's advice for aspiring writers
Bond himself started writing at the age of 17.

September 18 is last date to register for CAT
the computer-based Common Admission Test (CAT 2019) will be conducted on November 24, 2019 in two sessions.

How son of a railway employee became India's #1 rapper
From a contestant on a reality show to a judge, Dilin Nair aka Raftaar shares the secrets that worked in his favour.

August 07, 2019
From earning 5 paise to deputy VP of a company
Rediff readers tell us about their first jobs and salaries.

Revealed! What millennials really want from their jobs

August 06, 2019
Ridiculous! She was body-shamed for being 'curvy'

August 05, 2019
First salary: 'I earned Rs 20 as an apprentice'
Rediff readers tell us about their first salary.

The BEST Indian city for students is...
Bengaluru is the best student city in India, London tops global list. The other top Indian cities include Mumbai (85th rank), Delhi (113) and Chennai (115), respectively.

WATCH: The Indian rap queen with a sexy voice
International hip-hop artiste Raja Kumari talks about fighting criticism, her love for India and finding the country's next big talent.

August 04, 2019
First salary: 'I bought a sari for Rs 35'
Rediff readers tell us what their first salaries were.

August 02, 2019
'Around one lakh jobs are created in colleges itself'
'More than 1,000 start-ups are created from colleges, and more start-ups are coming up every year.'

First salary: From Rs 300 a month to an entrepreneur
Rediff readers share memories of their first salary.

10 skills recruiters want in an ideal candidate
The ideal employee will be the one who can learn to adapt to the changes in a short span of time and apply their technical skills and problem-solving ability to come up with creative solutions, says Anoop P Kudva.

August 01, 2019
Beauty queen with a hearing disability wins hearts
Meet Vidisha Baliyan, the first-ever Indian to win the title of Miss Deaf World 2019.

'My first salary was Rs 350. I earn Rs 2 lakh now'
Rediff readers tell us about their first salaries.

July 31, 2019
First salary: 'I worked as a waiter for Rs 300'
Rediff readers tell us what they did with their first salaries.

July 30, 2019
Want to do a PG diploma in cyber crime? Read on

'My first salary was Rs 200'
Rediff readers tell us about their first salaries.

July 29, 2019
First salary: From Rs 100 a month to Rs 30 lakh a year
Rediff readers tell us how they spent their first salaries.

In pix: An Indian family that inspires pilots
Since 1954, the Bhasins have collectively flown every aircraft in India.

एक एमबीए, जो बन गयी प्लेबैक सिंगर
आँचल श्रीवास्तव ने एक बड़ा जोखिम उठाया जब उन्होंने एक अच्छी नौकरी छोड़ कर फुल-टाइम सिंगर बनने का फ़ैसला लिया।

July 28, 2019
First salary: 'I bought a Titan watch for my mother'
Rediff readers tell us what their first salaries meant to them.

July 27, 2019
First salary: 'From Rs 425 to Rs 4.5 lakh a month'
Rediff readers tell us what they did with their first salary.

July 26, 2019
How this dance crew did India proud
Mumbai-based V Unbeatable has clinched the golden buzzer at the reality show America's Got Talent 2019, making India proud on an international platform.

First salary: 'I was paid Rs 10 per hour'
Rediff readers tell us what their first salary means to them.

July 25, 2019
The MBA who became a playback singer
Aanchal Shrivastava took a huge risk when she quit a well paying job to become a full-time singer.

'My first salary was a priceless gift to mom'
Rediff readers tell us what their first salaries meant to them.

July 24, 2019
He is speed-climbing the world's highest peaks
Nirmal Purja is a multiple Guinness World Records holder for quickest ascents of Everest, Lhotse and Makalu.

Part-Time Grad
Why was it so easy for students to get a college degree? asks Geetanjali Krishna.

'In 1987, my first salary was Rs 550'
Rediff readers tell us what they did with their first salaries.

July 23, 2019
3 reasons why IITians make better entrepreneurs

Trainee to VP: How my first salary changed my life
Rediff readers tell us what their first salaries meant to them.

July 22, 2019
किस प्रकार एक 17 वर्षीय किशोर भारत के प्रवालों और समुद्री जीवों की रक्षा कर रहा है

This IAF employee remembers his first salary
Rediff readers tell us about their first salary and what it meant to them.

July 21, 2019
First salary: 'I started working at the age of 9'
Rediff readers tell us what they did with their first salaries.

July 20, 2019
First salary: 'In 1997, I was able to save Rs 300'
Rediff readers tell us what they did with their first salaries.

July 19, 2019
'In 1951, my princely salary was Rs 80'
Rediff readers tell us what their first salaries were.

80% Indian companies will face shortage of leaders
As Boomers leave the work force, there are not enough Gen-Xers to take their place, a report has revealed.

July 18, 2019
'My first salary made me financially independent'
Rediff readers share their interesting stories about the first salary and what it taught them.

July 17, 2019
First salary: 'In 1971, I was paid Rs 75 per month'
Rediff readers tell us what their first salary was and what it meant to them at the time.

How a 17 YO is saving India's corals and marine life
Mumbai teen Siddharth Pillai has designed and patented a technology that prevents coral bleaching and will save hundreds of marine species from extinction.

'When I received my first salary, I had tears'
Rediff readers tell us what their first salary meant to them.

July 16, 2019
Want to study in Canada for a year?

Homemaker to Muscle Mom!
Mamatha, a 'simple, hard working village girl', battled stereotypes, shaped her body and confidence to become one of India's top bodybuilders.

'In 1999, my first salary was Rs 2,400'
Rediff readers tell us what their first job and salary was and what it meant to them at the time.

July 15, 2019
TELL US: What was your first salary?
What did your first salary mean to you? What did you do with it. Share your stories with us.

6 tips to survive first year of college
Freedom doesn't mean experimenting everything that comes your way. Tread with caution, warns Dr Prakriti Poddar.

July 12, 2019
TCS to hire campus placements all year
The campus placements process usually starts in July-August, but is likely to start earlier this year.

July 11, 2019
7 lessons I learned from Super 30's Anand Kumar
Anup Raaj shares the lessons he learned from his mentor.

July 10, 2019
The India-born model who won Miss Universe Australia
Melbourne based Priya Serrao is the first beauty queen from the country with an Indian connection.

Where the new jobs in banking are
This shift has resulted in a change in banking job profiles.

July 09, 2019
10 things no one will tell you about studying abroad
There will be times when you will miss your home, your friends, and even your favourite café.

July 08, 2019
10 SIMPLE tips to get you noticed at work
Don't settle for an experience that's 'just ok' rather ensure you are internally driven to be great at whatever you do, says Racheeta Mhapsekar.

July 04, 2019
5 job skills that will take you to the TOP
Qualities that relate to emotional intelligence such as empathy and curiosity will be a big consideration factor for hiring managers of the future, says Sanjay Bahl.

July 03, 2019
How to crack a job interview in 30 seconds
Be calm, professional, factual and positive.

July 02, 2019
This woman's eco-friendly pads are solving 3 problems
Shaidalin Marbaniang's eco-friendly napkins solve three problems -- accessibility, sustainability and also generates employment.

Must-read! 8 inspiring quotes by Priyanka Chopra
Your weekly shot of wisdom from Priyanka Chopra.

June 28, 2019
Rejection to success: How I became a beauty queen
Miss Teen World 2019 Sushmita Singh shares her inspiring journey to the top.

June 26, 2019
7 reasons why women make better entrepreneurs
Women entrepreneurs view the world through different lenses, hence, execute things differently, says Mohana Nair.

Why the Ambanis love this woman
Dolly Jain knows 325 ways of draping the sari, a talent that has taken her to the Limca Book Records.

June 25, 2019
8 Qs to ask before signing up for a course abroad
Do a thorough research on the course and the university, and see what extra it offers apart from a regular degree, says Rohit Sethi.

June 24, 2019
Why Indian MBAs and engineers love Google
Google has emerged as top choice in the Top 100 Ideal Employer Rankings in a survey conducted among Indian management and engineering students.

June 20, 2019
WOW! 3 IITs in Top 200 world university rankings
IIT-Bombay, IIT-Delhi, IISc-Bangalore are among top 200 in prestigious QS global rankings 2020.

3 reasons why you were rejected in your job interview
Please appreciate that first impressions matter, especially when interviewers must meet at least thirty to forty students in a day, says Jeevan J Arakal.

June 19, 2019
52% Indians willing to give up salaries for job security
According to the Randstad Employer Brand Research (REBR) 2019, as much as 52% of the workforce is willing to forfeit over 10% of their salary, to have job security.

June 18, 2019
5 questions to ask yourself before starting a company
When you are working with a friend or spouse, there's every possibility of your business and personal relationship getting adversely impacted if something goes wrong between two partners, warns Archana Khosla.

June 17, 2019
First look: Meet the winners of Miss India 2019
Presenting the winners of fbb Colours Femina Miss India 2019.

June 14, 2019
Kartikey Gupta from Maharashtra tops IIT-JEE
The 17 year old from Ballarpur, Maharashtra has scored 346 out of 372 marks in the Joint Entrance Examination (Advanced) results announced Friday.

June 13, 2019
Why most employees don't speak up at work
A supervisor's response to an employee's suggestions can impact whether or not the employee opens up in the future.

June 12, 2019
Have you heard about the Buddha Fellowship?
Anjuli Bhargava discovers how the Buddha Fellowship is attracting India's brightest minds to solve its problems.

Why Facebook honoured this Indian engineer
Zonel Sougaijam, a 22-year-old civil engineer discovered a WhatsApp bug that violated the privacy of a user.

June 10, 2019
At 21, she's the youngest to travel to 196 countries
America's Lexie Alford has travelled to almost every country on earth.

June 08, 2019
How to check Maharashtra SSC class 10 results 2019
The MSBSHSE will declare the results of Maharashtra Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Class 10 exam at 1 pm.

June 07, 2019
How to check Rajasthan class 8 exam results 2019
The RBSE class 8 results were declared on June 7, 2019 at 4 pm.

Why NOW is a good time to apply to a US university
The variety of options combined with global student mix makes it an apt destination for international students.

June 06, 2019
'I was told I am not beautiful': Miss India Teen 2019
Sushmita Singh is the first Indian to win Miss Teen World 2019.

Working with spouse? This secret will avoid conflict

Why are exams destroying our children?
The examination season -- and results -- represent enormous pressure, both for students and parents.

June 05, 2019
NEET results: Rajasthan's Nalin Khandelwal tops exam
The results of National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2019 were declared Wednesday, June 5, 2019.

Shaken not stirred! Meet the goddess of drinks
A star behind the bar, Sonali Mullick loves to serve cocktails with a twist.

June 04, 2019
Is this the world's CUTEST dog?
We asked you to share pics and stories of your furry companions. This is what Pratik from Sydney shared.

Must read: A runner's inspiring message for India
"I am running for HOPE -- Humanity, Oneness, Peace and Equality," says Sufiya Sufee.

June 02, 2019
नायगाँव से LA: कैसे एक डांस वीडियो ने बदल दी उनकी ज़िंदग़ी
मुंबई की झुग्गियों से दुनिया के सबसे बड़े रिऐलिटी शो तक। आइये देखें नायगाँव के वी अनबीटेबल डांस क्रू ने कैसे बनाई अपनी पहचान।

May 31, 2019
WOW! 7 Indian-American students crack Spell Bee
A record seven Indian-origin students and one American have won the prestigious 2019 Scripps National Spelling Bee.

माहवारी की तकलीफ इन्हे न होने के बावजूद ये इनके लिए मायने रखती है
'यह एक प्रकार का भेदभाव है। यह महिलाओं के मूल मानवाधिकार का हनन है।'

The 21 year old who designs IAF's patches of honour
Saurav Chordia's morale patches celebrate bravery and glorify events that are significant for different IAF units or squadrons.

May 30, 2019
How India will create 11 lakh jobs in six months
Rituparna Chakraborty, co-founder and EVP, TeamLease Services explains which sectors will contribute to India's growth story.

Indian diplomat to America: 'Come and study in India'
You will be part of fastest growing major global economy, India's ambassador to the US Harsh Vardhan Shringala told young American students.

May 29, 2019
Naigaon to LA: How these dancers did India proud
Mumbai-based dancing troupe V Unbeatable received a standing ovation from the audience and judges at America's Got Talent, a leading talent reality show.

What it takes to be a spa professional
Meet Anna Fernandes of Quan Spa, JW Marriott Pune. She was awarded the Spa Manager of the Year at the GeoSpa Global Spa Awards 2018.

7 hashtags youngsters need to follow in life
Be receptive towards new ideas and thoughts. Unlearning and re-learning are inevitable in your quest for success, says Achin Bhattacharyya.

May 28, 2019
How to check Maharashtra HSC results 2019
The results for Class 12 HSC examination are available on MSBSHSE's official website.

Smriti Irani: The smart risk-taker who never gave up
She began her career as an aspiring model in the late 1990s. A few decades later, she is one of India's best known politicians.

He may not bleed, but periods matter to this man
Women should stop being ashamed of their periods. They should start celebrating it, feels Nishant Bangera.

May 26, 2019
In Pics: Models turn up the heat at Cannes
Celebs turned heads at Cannes with their showstopping display on the red carpet. Take a look at the best looks from the film festival.

May 24, 2019
Sushmita celebrates 25 years of winning Miss Universe
The former beauty queen took to Instagram to remember and thank her fans.

May 23, 2019
Want to study in Australia? Do your homework first!

May 22, 2019
How a food delivery guy became an Internet HERO
Zomato executive Pathikrit Saha delivers cancelled food orders to underprivileged and needy kids in and around Kolkata, putting a smile on their faces.

May 21, 2019
Can you crack this simple English quiz?
Test your English skills with this simple quiz.

Don't Miss: India's BEST colleges 2019
India Today has ranked the top colleges in India across 14 streams.

May 20, 2019
Good grades will not get you a job. Skill yourself!
Go beyond your college classroom. Take part in fests. Pursue an internship, says Abhishek Ajmera.

This boxer was told 'Yeh mardon ka game hain'
After going on to conquer the ring, Nikhat Zareen hopes to inspire young girls to follow in her footsteps and fight for their dreams.

May 17, 2019
Meet the youngest woman to scale Mount Everest
At 23, Sheetal Raj from Pithoragarh, Uttarakhand is the youngest woman to scale the world's highest peak.

Indian YouTuber Ajey Nagar in Time's Next Gen Leaders

Poor appraisal? Don't let jealousy, anxiety affect you
Don't be led by emotions while self-introspection your efforts, but get a grip on the facts, says Suhita Saha.

May 16, 2019
How to be an Instagram star, like Priyanka Chopra
It is amazing how she used social media to network, inspire and give back to society while building an international career.

May 14, 2019
6 common interview questions and how to answer them
The interviewer wants to know you beyond your resume and wants to gauge if you'd be an asset to the company.

The 'viral' RCB girl is more than just a pretty face!
Internet sensation Deepika Ghose tells the real story.

May 13, 2019
Why this state's students want NEET
While the start may have been rocky, with renewed syllabus and coaching, students and teachers are largely in favour of the exam.

May 10, 2019
Why Modi must meet Santosh Kaveri
Find out why his dreams of being an innovator-enterpreneur shattered.

May 09, 2019
Mom congratulates son for scoring 60%, wins Internet
'Chart your own course in the big, wide ocean, my love,' Vandana Sufia Katoch wrote in her post after the class 10 results were declared.

This couple is building mud homes that save 50% water
Pune architects Dhruvang Hingmire and Priyanka Gunjikar are building houses out of mud and stone, employing local artists and contributing to the village economy.

May 08, 2019
Must read: 15 reasons why people FAIL to succeed
Afraid they'll lose their job; afraid they'll lose their home.

May 06, 2019
Why 80% Indian engineers are unemployable
'Only 15% to 20% have the functional skills companies are looking for.'

May 04, 2019
In pix: The inspiring journey of Miss Teen USA 2019
At 18, Kaleigh Garris' talent and humility will make you fall in love with her.

May 03, 2019
Work: The 888 vs 996 debate
In comparison, a full-time employee in Beijing works for an average of 2,096 hours a year, says Shyamal Majumdar.

May 02, 2019
TCS, Infosys, Wipro add 7 times more jobs
'The demand for such people is more as we feel that if we hire people from campuses, we can train them to become what we want.'

CBSE class 12 results: Hansika, Garima top exam
Hansika Shukla from Ghaziabad and Karishma Arora from Muzaffarnagar scored 499 out of 500 marks to top the CBSE Class 12 results this year.

April 30, 2019
Jet crisis: 'I am living on my savings'
A senior first officer with Jet Airways shares her plight.

April 29, 2019
10 crucial skills Indian students should learn

April 25, 2019
Take a bow, Sonali Bendre Behl!
The actor was one of the winners of the I Am Woman Awards 2019.

Wow! 70% hike in sports related jobs in India

April 22, 2019
How can women fight stress, solve problems
All it takes is physically taking a step back, inhaling a deep breath and exhaling it out slowly, says author Geeta Ramakrishnan.

April 21, 2019
What it really takes to get into an Ivy League
Study smart. Personalise your essays. Connect with alumni and apply well before the deadline.

April 18, 2019
Must read! The incredible success story of Faasos
Jaydeep Barman and Kallol Banerjee reveal how they built the company from scratch.

April 17, 2019
10 tough lessons I learned as an entrepreneur
Never be afraid to take decisions because you fear making mistakes. Mistakes are good, says Anu Prasad.

April 16, 2019
MUST SEE: Top 10 universities in India
The National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) India Rankings 2019 has announced the top 100 universities across categories.

April 15, 2019
Start-up tips: 6 smart ways students can make money
From teaching to YouTube, these ideas will help students chase their dreams early on.

Who is Alexina Graham, Victoria's Secret latest angel?
The 29 year old from Nottinghamshire is the first red haired model to gain her wings.

April 12, 2019
4 tips to dress smart for work

April 11, 2019
They won't let India's coral reefs die!
Coral reefs protect coastal areas from flooding and high waves, function as fish nurseries, provide subsistence food, and of course, draw in tourists

How you can help your employees manage stress
Ethical leadership helps alleviate stress in the work environment, says study.

April 10, 2019
'I want to remove the tezaab from their minds'
Activist, motivational speaker and acid attack survivor Laxmi Agarwal talks about her 'not so glamorous life', daily struggles and how she's preparing herself for the future.

April 09, 2019
Why Modi loved this father's zero waste wedding invite

April 08, 2019
IAS topper: Don't be afraid to dream big

Want an education loan to study abroad?
The biggest challenge with public sector banks is the processing time, which is why starting early helps.

Unemployed? 5 things Indian graduates should do

Watch! IKKA, Anushqa sing for you
They'll have you grooving to their latest numbers.

April 05, 2019
UPSC results: IIT-B's Kanishak Kataria tops exam

April 04, 2019
10 soft skills that really matter at work

April 03, 2019
The ONE mistake you should avoid on a keto diet
Ditch the cheat day on a keto diet, says study.

Who is Melvin Louis, the man in Sana Khan's life?
Melvin Louis, 31, is a successful dancer-choreographer and social media influencer.

NASA's paying $19,000 to sleep for two months but...
For the two month project, 12 men and 12 women will spend their days and nights in beds angled downward by six degrees, propped up with their feet at an incline above their heads.

April 02, 2019
62% engineers want to work in a large company
According to a latest study, maximum engineers opt for a job with a large company while a small but appreciable set of engineers opt for jobs with a start-up.

7 tips to be a successful mompreneur
Don't hesitate to ask for advice. Take help from kids, your spouse.

April 01, 2019
An acid attack survivor's BOLD message for India
Laxmi's bold and powerful message

March 30, 2019
Why Abhishek Jaiswal likes trainspotting
He often spends nights camping on the platforms of obscure stations, sometimes without food or water, anticipating the entry of a train -- either on camera or simply as a memory.

March 29, 2019
21 वर्षीया ने खोला श्रीनगर की महिलाओं के लिये जिम
कश्मीरी लड़कियाँ, जिन्हें पहले महिला ट्रेनर्स नहीं मिल पाती थीं, आज मेहरीन अमीन के जिम में फिटनेस की ओर अपने कदम बढ़ा रही हैं।

87% women will quit, if sexually harassed at work
The findings were revealed as part of a survey to

March 28, 2019
How I scored 99 per cent and topped ISC exam
You have to work hard and smart, says Gaurav Sood.

How this Mumbai boy is changing lives!
With a small team of like-willed youngsters, Himanshu Goenka is creating opportunities for underprivileged children to dream big.

March 27, 2019
80% Indian engineers unfit for any job: Study
The annual employability report has some disturbing findings.

At 21, she started a gym for Srinagar's women
In Mehreen Amin's gym, Kashmiri girls who earlier had no access to female trainers, are 'gymming' their way to fitness.

How this tidying consultant earns Rs 3,000 per hour
Gurugram based Gayatri Gandhi is India's first KonMari certified tidying consultant.

March 26, 2019
Graduates, THIS is how you get that dream job
Get online. Update LinkedIn and have a well drafted resume and cover letter to begin with, says Sarvesh Agrawal.

Women in sexy outfits perceived as incompetent: Study

March 25, 2019
Polls create high paying social media jobs
The average salary of a content manager with less than a year's experience is Rs 369,000 per annum.

March 24, 2019
At 21, hijabi model Halima Aden turns designer
The Somali-American model is making the right career choices.

March 22, 2019
Have a distance education degree? Getting a job may be hard
Is distance education invalid in MNC companies? asks Nagaraj Shenoy.

March 21, 2019
Crafting their way to success!
When these villagers had no work, an NGO stepped in and transformed their lives, says Geetanjali Krishna.

March 20, 2019
'Success is not the only thing you should pursue'
'Without those you can get short run success, but not long-run development.'

March 18, 2019
Must-read! Bipasha Basu's advice to all working women
Want to excel in your career? Don't know how to get to the top? Bipasha Basu shares some tricks and tips.

March 14, 2019
Exam stress: How parents and family can help
Stay calm. Be helpful. Steer clear of arguments. Encourage them to eat well, sleep and rest adequately.

Animal whisperer! She talks to animals, reads their minds

March 13, 2019
Impossible to I'm possible: How I became a successful pilot
'I've flown more than 2000 flights so far. A pilot retires at sixty five, and I want to keep going until then to prove the naysayers wrong.'

March 12, 2019
Start-up tips: How to be your own BOSS
An entrepreneur must have the courage to act on great ideas and plans, says Satanik Roy.

March 11, 2019
WATCH: These dancers will steal your heart!
These differently-abled superwomen will make you feel proud.

Azim Premji's 10 mantras for SUCCESS!
You must enjoy winning. But do not let it go to the head.

March 10, 2019
How to deal with an abusive boss
A new research suggests three ways to fight abusive supervisors at work.

March 08, 2019
QS rankings 2019: IIM-B is best for MBA, IIT-B for engineering

March 07, 2019
Dyslexic and successful: Meet the victors
From memorising things to managing anger, these icons found the perfect way to overcome dyslexia.

March 06, 2019
Revealed! What India's working women really want

March 05, 2019
डी एमसी: धमाकेदार रैपर गर्ल
हिप-हॉप आर्टिस्ट दीपा उन्नीकृष्णन ने रिडिफ़.कॉम की दिव्या नायर को बताया कि उनके जैसे कलाकारों को सफलता तक पहुंचने के लिये कितनी कड़ी मेहनत और कितना लंबा इंतज़ार करना पड़ता है।

Glass ceiling? What's that, ask these gritty women
These inspiring stories of women shattering the glass ceiling will make you believe in a brighter, gender positive future for India.

March 04, 2019
Are women and men treated equally at work?
Please take this survey and help us find out.

6 mistakes that could bring down your start-up
It all comes down to grit and passion says Satanik Roy.

March 03, 2019
Why studying in the UK may be affordable for Indians

March 01, 2019
Dee MC: The badass rapper girl
'To share knowledge, to tell them the importance of voting, girl child education, menstrual hygiene.'

Must read: 19 life lessons from India's best pastry chef
Pooja Dhingra shares some of her best life lessons from her entrepreneurial journey.

February 28, 2019
How this pop star became Instagram's most followed woman

February 25, 2019
This model's pic is going viral. Here's why

Oscar special: Lessons from Black Panther designer Ruth Carter
When rejected for a role in the school play, she took to costume designing by chance.

February 23, 2019
Is that REALLY Priya Varrier?
Priya Prakash Varrier looks unrecognisable in a Ritz magazine photo shoot.

February 22, 2019
भारतीय छात्रों ने किस तरह से 6 दिन में दुनिया का सबसे पतला उपग्रह बना डाला
श्रीमती केसन ने छह साल पहले भारत के लिए यह सपना देखा और स्पेस किड्ज़ इन्डिया की स्थापना अपनी बचत के थोड़े-थोड़े पैसों से की।

February 21, 2019
ग्रेजुएट्स, क्या आपको ये कार्य करने आते हैं?
सर्वेश अग्रवाल का कहना है कि, एक्सेील, कोर जावा, पायथन कुछेक इस तरह के कार्य हैं जो अगर आपको आते हैं तो आपको औरों से अधिक कार्य मिलेगा।

एक आइपीएस ऑफ़िसर ने कैसे पायी अंटार्क्टिका पर जीत
अपर्णा कुमार ने न्युमोनिया और मौसम की मार से लड़ कर रचा इतिहास

How Indian students built world's thinnest satellite in 6 days
They made history for India and the world.

February 20, 2019
MUST SEE: He's the D'Evil in Gully Boy!
The Mumbai rapper shares his story with's Hemant Waje.

Want a high paying job? Here's what you should specialise in
Global companies, e-commerce platforms and software product firms all want skilled digital workers.

February 19, 2019
How students can beat exam stress and score better

February 18, 2019
'Dream job' applications dip at IIM-Ahmedabad
A dip in 'dream job' applications could also mean that students are bagging their desired offers in the first go itself.

Ayaan Kapadia, India's youngest author, is just 10 years old!
The 10-year-old who shares his birthday with William Shakespeare talks about his inspiration to write, his mini library and big dream.

Graduates, do you have these job skills?
These skills will give you an edge over the competition.

February 15, 2019
Want that promotion? Ace these skills first

Actor. Model. App developer. Meet Lyndsey Scott
At 34, Lyndsey is a Jill of all trades and a master too.

February 14, 2019
Millenials, THIS is how you write an e-mail
An e-mail becomes the 'first impression' of an individual, a professional, or of a company.

February 12, 2019
Why women engineers in India are unemployed, unhappy?
'When women act assertively, express anger or vocalise their accomplishments -- examples of characteristics that are seen among leaders in most organisations -- they often receive pushback because these behaviours do not align with traditionally feminine attributes.'

February 11, 2019
Watch! Is this the most important race in India right now?
The Mahindra BAJA SAE India recently held its annual challenge for undergraduate engineers.

February 08, 2019
A Star chef in 3 nations
'More and more young chefs, instead of inventing new things, are exploring more deeply inside India,' Indian Accent's Manish Mehrotra tells Rahul Jacob.

February 07, 2019
Love food and tech? These jobs are calling you!

'I salute every working woman': Anand Mahindra's post goes viral

February 06, 2019
How an IPS officer conquered Antarctica
Aparna Kumar fought pneumonia and extreme weather conditions to make history.

February 05, 2019
What is gig economy, the future of India's workforce?

Why IIM-Lucknow grads are celebrating!
147 domestic and international recruiters -- including Ola, Amazon, Flipkart and Xiaomi -- hired all 460 graduates.

January 31, 2019
When I took part in <em>Pariksha pe Charcha 2.0</em>
'The cold weather of Delhi was thawed away completely by the warmth of the prime minister,' says Kshitija Desai.

January 30, 2019
Why Indian students DON'T want to go to Trump's US
The hostile environment towards outsiders under the Trump government is a major reason, say experts.

January 29, 2019
Now job opportunities abroad under govt initiative
A fresh global skill gap study shows how India can tap opportunities in Germany, New Zealand, Qatar, Malaysia, The Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland, UAE and the UK.

January 28, 2019
Want a career in animation? Read this!
'I can snap my fingers and get 1,000 people overnight, but I can't guarantee that they will develop because there has been zero change in education in the country in the last nine years.'

January 25, 2019
Why hopping jobs may not be such a good idea
Employers believed that frequent job movements are indicative of indecisiveness in a candidate and demonstrate a lack of loyalty.

January 22, 2019
What does a Big Data Analyst do?
Enterprise data management will be a USD 105 bn business by 2020.

Inspiring life lessons from the Everest Twins
While they are setting a lesson for young girls across the world to live their dreams, the adventure loving twins have plenty of inspiration for you.

January 21, 2019
'People feel ballet is not our culture'
Apeksha Bhattacharya has dedicated her life to popularising ballet.

Ishan Goel, 19 is the brain behind viral brown egg campaign
The US-based marketing guru revealed the secret sauce behind the viral campaign.

January 18, 2019
Satyarup Siddhanta's incredible record!
Satyarup Siddhanta is the youngest mountaineer in the world to climb both the Seven Summits and the Seven Volcanic Summits.

January 17, 2019
Is Ireland a good place to study?

How to amp up your style game at work
Simple, stylish and sophisticated -- three mantras for perfect work wear!

January 16, 2019
World university rankings: Why China is ahead of India
India improved its representation in the Times Higher Education rankings with 25 universities in the top 200. But it is far behind China which has four in the top five.

The HOTTEST jobs of 2019
Automation, artificial intelligence, cryptocurrency and virtual reality would demand more jobs.

January 15, 2019
Ulka and Rajeev convert buses into ladies's toilets
Ulka Sadalkar and Rajeev Kher are transforming Pune's public restrooms and offering a dignified solution to India's sanitation needs.

January 14, 2019
Start-up tips: How to invest less and make MORE money

January 11, 2019
This 23 year old is the hero of Chennai
Through the Uravugal Trust, Khaalid Ahamed has enabled the dignified burial of 150 plus unclaimed bodies in Chennai.

January 10, 2019
10 smart tips to make an everlasting impression!
Be a finisher in life; and people will remember you for the work you completed.

January 09, 2019
This 13 year old is UAE's youngest CEO
'Imagine if we were able to fully use our creativity and knowledge, we will be able to achieve the impossible.'

January 08, 2019
How to keep your job in 2019
These simple tips will help you stay saleable, relevant and marketable at the workplace.

January 07, 2019
Who is Fiji water girl, Golden Globes' beautiful photobomber
International model Kelleth Cutbert's photographs from Golden Globes is a meme that has now gone viral.

January 04, 2019
5 inspiring quotes from Jeff Bridges that will change your life
The man is easily one of the most deserving of the Cecil B deMille award this year.

January 03, 2019
How start-ups will evolve in 2019
Tech start-ups will continue to take the lead in bolstering the regional economy, says Murali Talasila.

January 02, 2019
Indian-origin Dhruv Manoj bags gold at World Memory Championship

December 31, 2018
5 lessons to learn from Dipika Kakkar's <em>Bigg Boss 12</em> win
Why the Sasural Simar Ka star deserved to win the reality show.

OMG! Janhvi Kapoor's got a new chic hairdo
Janhvi, who is known for her straight long hair, sported a short bob on Cosmopolitan's cover.

6 parenting skills that will help you in your career
As a parent, you become trained to constantly think about solutions.

December 27, 2018
How can we make workplaces safe for women?
The members of the Internal Complaints Committee should be empowered to take independent action without any pressure from the management.

December 24, 2018
The florist who designed Isha Ambani's wedding
The celebrity florist has designed for the Royalty and more recently, Isha Ambani's wedding.

From Mexico to India: Meet Miss Teen International 2018

Why India should follow the 4-day work week

Indians who made us proud in 2018
PV Sindhu, Depika Padukone ensured Indian representation on the global front.

December 21, 2018
Faculty shortage worrisome at IITs
With 2,269 vacancies, the IITs currently have one teacher for every 16 students.

December 20, 2018
Work culture of the future
Every cog in the wheel must present its unique services at the moment of instructed haste, says Vikram Johri.

A municipal school produces karate champs
A municipal school in Tamil Nadu is encouraging its students to excel in karate and chess.

Pix: How Urvi Shetty became India's top model
The 23-yr-old from Mumbai believes that healthy competition brings out the best in you.

December 19, 2018
Meet Nadia Nighat, Kashmir's first female football coach

The Indians who broke the Internet in 2018
From the winking girl to the dancing amputee, these people won over the Internet and our collective hearts.

December 18, 2018
Click! Click! Photographing their way to success
By teaching professional photography to the differently-abled, KnowDisability is helping them take charge of their lives.

December 17, 2018
5 secrets to have a happy and meaningful 2019
From Rihanna to Michael Bloomberg, get inspired from the best.

December 13, 2018
ISB sees 46% rise in offers
Marquee recruiters made premium offers, with consulting leading the pack by making 25.04% of the offers, followed by IT/ITeS (18.59%), e-commerce (10.55%) and BFSI (10.13%).

December 12, 2018
How to get a job at the State Bank of India

December 11, 2018
Why a bad boss may actually be good for you
Sometimes, bad bosses could turn you into a great boss.

December 09, 2018
Meet the most beautiful woman in the world

December 07, 2018
December 7 is last date to apply for NEET 2019
The National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) will be conducted on Sunday, May 5, 2019.

Sunny Leone is 2018's most searched female celebrity

How a Gujarat doc performed the world's first robotic surgery
Dr Tejas Patel from Akshardham in Gandhinagar showed the world how it is done.

December 06, 2018
Want to get hired? Find your X factor
Think about what new skill you have picked up that you can add to your resume to make it stronger.

Deepika dethrones Priyanka to be sexiest Asian woman of 2018

At 8, Ryan is the richest YouTube star
The mini mogul from America made $ 22 mn last year just reviewing and playing with toys.

December 05, 2018
Why IIM-Ahmedabad is India's best business school
The Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad was ranked the best among 200 plus business schools that participated in the India Today survey.

Yulu bikes: Pedal your way to beat the traffic
Yulu founder Amit Gupta believes bicycle sharing is the next big thing.

Wow! Mina Guli is running 100 marathons to save water
Mina Guli wants to complete 100 marathons across the world to raise awareness of water scarcity and save water.

December 04, 2018
Meet the Indian photographer who covered Priyanka-Nick's wedding
He made it to GQ's 50 Most Influential Young Indians' list.

It's raining jobs at IITs this year
Day 1 saw Microsoft make the highest number of offers while Intel emerged as one of the top recruiters on Day 2.

Should you start your company at 20?
Building a company is a marathon, says Akshay Bhatia.

November 30, 2018
Grads, want a job? Do CV yoga!
Every month you should work on these questions: Who am I? What skill set do I have? What experience do I have?

November 29, 2018
The Indian teen who took on Donald Trump
Weather is not climate, Astha Sarmah, 18 from Assam corrected the US President in a tweet that has now gone viral.

Samsung to hire 1,000 engineering grads from India
The new hires will work in cutting-edge domains of artificial intelligence, machine learning, IoT, natural language processing, camera technology and 5G networks.

November 28, 2018
Applying after a break? THIS is how you write a CV

November 27, 2018
Why Mary Kom is an inspiration for us all
The six-time world record holder's fascinating journey has lessons for all.

November 26, 2018
CAT 2018: Will you score 100 percentile?
Two experts who took for the Common Admission Test this year, breaks down the paper for you.

Pix: How Manushi is spending her final days as Miss World
See how Manushi Chillar is making the most of her last few days in China.

November 23, 2018
Why Andhra Pradesh is India's top hiring destination
According to India Skills Report 2019, Andhra Pradesh offers equal space to both male and female workers.

November 22, 2018
At 12, this young scientist is solving a global problem
'In India, we don't have ways to easily detect or measure contamination levels.'

November 21, 2018
Why India loves Deepika more than Sachin, Virat, Alia
Amitabh Bachchan and Deepika Padukone are among the top influencers in India.

How to nail your student visa interview
Be well prepared. Support your argument clearly, precisely.

November 19, 2018
It's raining summer placements at B-schools this year
Major institutes see rise in summer placements; consulting, BFSI, e-commerce firms are top recruiters, says Vinay Umarji.

Do you want to be the next Jeff Bezos?
Persistence is the name of the game, says Vineet Bajpai.

November 16, 2018
Bikini-clad Rhea Chakraborty is the definition of SEXY

Garima Arora: First Indian woman to win a Michelin star
The Bangkok-based chef's never-give-up attitude combined with passion for cooking has paid off.

November 15, 2018
The 12-year-old who wants to save the oceans
Haaziq Kazi, disturbed by the damage we have done to marine life, has designed a solution to save the oceans.

November 14, 2018
Stop working! Read this NOW
Aarti Kelshikar tells you just how to navigate your way safely through the Indian workplace.

Anisha Padukone's sweet gesture for bride Deepika
The supportive sister just changed her Twitter handle to 'ladkiwale'.

How a Mumbai student designed Google's Children's Day doodle
Rahul Pingla from Mumbai shares the thought behind Google's Children's Day doodle.

November 13, 2018
Students! Beware UGC's plagiarism rules!
The new guidelines can act as a deterrent for students who have for years been unfairly reaping the benefits of the 'Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V' method of research.

November 12, 2018
How Winnie Harlow created history at Victoria's Secret show

Guruspeak: How you can become a leader

What it takes to build your own company

November 09, 2018
Worried about the air you are breathing?
Three IIT-M students have developed a smart air purifier that removes dust, pollen, pet dander, particulates and pollutants that cause us the most harm, like mould, viruses, bacteria and gaseous chemicals.

This ex-investment banker is changing rural lives
Gaurav Mehta, one of 100 'Young Global Leaders', is tapping entrepreneurs inside rural Indians.

November 08, 2018
Sonakshi looks straight out of a fairy tale
Her look in the latest Hello! mag cover is what dreams are made of.

November 06, 2018
How an amputee conquered the Himalayas

November 01, 2018
This 11-year-old is coaching BTech, MTech students
Mohammed Hassan Ali wants to teach a thousand engineers by end of 2020.

October 30, 2018
Forget US, UK, you can study in THESE countries

October 29, 2018
'#MeToo will change the narrative forever'
'Hushing it up will only encourage the perpetrators who will begin to feel that they are invincible.'

October 26, 2018
She's the first Indian to win Miss Deaf Asia crown
Nishtha Dudeja from Haryana won the title at the 18th edition of Miss and Mister Deaf World.

October 25, 2018
Why you shouldn't volunteer to help your colleagues
Why you shouldn't volunteer to help your colleagues at work

October 24, 2018
The hottest paying job in India right now!
There is a 20 per cent growth in demand for 'full stack developers' in India.

October 23, 2018
Are you aware of your workplace rights?

October 22, 2018
This beautiful picture is winning the Internet today

October 19, 2018
Must-read! A handy guide to working with millennials
The age of buying into ideologies just because they sound nice is long gone says Piyush Kedia.

October 17, 2018
Is this dusky beauty India's answer to Kylie Jenner?
At 19, aspiring model and make up artist Mira Patel is a huge Instagram sensation.

Women, THIS is how you negotiate your salary

October 16, 2018
Can an MBA change your future?
A good business school will put you through a battery of tests to improve your soft skills, says Dr Tarun Pasricha.

October 15, 2018
Campus placements: Infosys, TCS offer better salaries to freshers

October 12, 2018
A school that teaches kids to be good human beings
Right from the word go, Bijoya Sawain's focus was on teaching students good manners and behaviour, the difference between right and wrong, the value of cleanliness, integrity, honesty and so on.

Why there is a growing demand for software engineers in India
On LinkedIn, job postings for software engineers were the highest across multiple industries.

October 11, 2018
How you can avoid #MeToo at work
If you are upset with your colleague's work, please resolve all issues within the precincts of your workplace. Never outside of your workplace.

Sarnath Banerjee isn't writing graphic novels anymore
'There is no audience anymore for my graphic novels. Few people seem interested in what I find interesting,' Sarnath Banerjee tells Uttaran Das Gupta.

October 09, 2018
How to get 100 percentile in CAT

October 08, 2018
This Indian beauty queen is following Narendra Modi's footsteps
She is a 'beautiful' advocate of Mother Earth.

Why you were rejected in your job interview
The purpose of an interview is not to tell the employer who you are in and out but to convince him/her that you're the perfect fit for the position.

Nadia Murad: The woman who refuses to be silenced
The Nobel Peace Prize winner's battle against Islamic State will go down in history.

October 04, 2018
How can women excel in their careers
Explore your strengths. Build credibility and confidence.

Meet the first Kashmiri Pandit beauty queen
'Now they want me to be the game-changer -- to be the first-ever Kashmiri Pandit to carve a niche in the fashion world.'

October 03, 2018
Too cute! How this young woman is fighting body issues

October 02, 2018
8 lessons young Indians can learn from the Mahatma
'He serves as an inspiring example for us to learn to emerge stronger and achieve success,' notes Pradeep Jolly.

GATE 2019: 10 preparation tips you shouldn't ignore
Handy tips and mantras to drive exam blues away.

October 01, 2018
Must-read! How to write a GOOD resume
These tips will help you keep it short, professional and error-free.

This gorgeous woman will represent India at Miss Universe 2018

September 28, 2018
Why competition is good at work
Intense competition in an industry leads to more pro-social behaviour, like sharing, co-operation, and volunteering, a study has revealed.

September 27, 2018
Math anxiety? How parents can help

September 26, 2018
Why millennial moms want to work
Financial independence has many benefits.

September 25, 2018
Explained! Why bosses get angry at work

September 24, 2018
How falling rupee will affect your child's future!
With the rupee crossing Rs 72/dollar in recent times, things suddenly don't look too good on several counts.

September 21, 2018
In Pics: The futuristic hippie brigade is here!
Presenting the best looks from the Byblos show.

September 20, 2018
Air hostess to DJ: An inspiring journey
Paroma Chatterjee has done over 800 gigs, performed at many big clubs in India and abroad and won acclaim for her skill.

Do you know the highest salary of an IIM-Ahmedabad grad this year?

September 19, 2018
Want to study but don't have funds? Try crowdfunding!

September 18, 2018
Returning to work after a break? 5 tips for you

September 17, 2018
FT Rankings: Where do IIMs stand?
The Indian Institute of Management-Ahmedabad is the second best in Asia.

The heroes who are saving India's schools
They are trying to better the country's education system.

How this plus-size blogger learnt to love her body
'You may be beautiful and have the perfect body. But if you have big boobs, you'll still get teased.'

September 14, 2018
Video: Who inspires Janhvi?
The young actor talks about her inspiration.

September 12, 2018
Why students at this IIM are leaving

Have you heard of the alum Ganesha?
Wishal Soni talks about his eco-friendly, pocket-happy model to save the environment.

September 11, 2018
Meet Maya, the Queen of Love
'People don't like me wearing saris. But I am an Indian drag queen. I will wear a sari.'

September 10, 2018
Engineering grads, Rs 3.9 million is the top starting salary this year!
And it's not an IIT graduate who's bagged it, report Gireesh Babu & Vinay Umarji.

Meet the real showstoppers!
Five acid attack survivors walked for designer Agnimitra Paul's show in Kolkata.

September 05, 2018
Teacher's Day: Inspiring lessons from Einstein, Kalam, Obama

#BeingBebo! Kareena's jaw-dropping moment
Is it hot in here? No! It's just the Kareena effect.

September 04, 2018
The one thing Chef Vikas Khanna can't live without
The Michelin Star chef and host of MasterChef India, who penned his first work of fiction, shares stories from his life.

Want to speed up your career growth?
Smart work can help you more than hard work.

September 03, 2018
Start-up or MNC: Where should you intern?
Interning with a big brand allows you to interact with experienced professionals from different departments of the company.

Meet Dheemanth Nagaraj, first Indian to get Intel Fellow award

August 31, 2018
Why Adhyayan is good for your child
The Adhyayan Quality Standard engages schools in self-review to improve education standards, says Anjuli Bhargava.

Do you gossip at work?
Workplace ethics are about treating others the way one would want to be treated, says Kartik Kompella.

August 30, 2018
Want to study at a top B-school? Read this
You have three months to crack the Common Admission Test.

August 29, 2018
Why education loans can be a nightmare
If you default, it will affect your credit score and your career.

August 24, 2018
VOTE: Are modern girls self-centred?
Do you agree with the CBSE definition of a modern girl?

August 23, 2018
What YOU can learn from Saurabh Chaudhary
The champion shooter's gold medal is the result of hard work, patience and humility.

August 22, 2018
Tears to Triumph: How Vinesh Phogat inspires India

August 21, 2018
Happy birthday Ismat Chugtai, says Google
The Indian author was born August 21, 1915.

August 20, 2018
6 lessons I learned from my internship

August 16, 2018
Rupee@70: Students, parents feel the pinch
With the rupee slipping to nearly Rs 70 per dollar on Tuesday, most parents with children in the US will feel the pinch

August 15, 2018
DON'T MISS: An acid attack survivor's I-Day appeal
Live and let live. Be independent, says Anmol Rodriguez.

August 14, 2018
Love procrastinating at work? These jargon phrases will come to your rescue
Recognise when you need that extra time and use these jargon phrases to sound accountable and responsible.

WATCH: Rannvijay's I-Day dream for Young India
Rannvijay Singh believes that freedom is to be able 'to dream big and achieve it.'

How to prepare for IIT-JEE Main 2019
The first attempt of JEE Main 2019 will be conducted from January 6 to 20, 2019.

August 13, 2018
Leadership lessons from Thai cave rescue mission
It was an unprecedented challenge that required meticulous planning, innovative solutions and quick action.

August 10, 2018
Sindhu is the Vitamin India needs
Thank you, Sindhu, for inspiring us with your passion.

August 09, 2018
1 lakh jobs: Will this be world's largest recruitment drive?

August 08, 2018
Rannvijay's wake-up call for India's youth

7 career lessons from Indra Nooyi

August 07, 2018
#WorkLife: 10 phrases that make you sound like a leader

What's ailing higher education in India?

August 06, 2018
What I learned from failure: Lessons from a co-founder
It's important to learn from failure, and just show up the next day, and the next, till you've got it right, says Radhika Ghai, co-founder, ShopClues

Akshay Venkatesh: The king of numbers
Devangshu Datta walks you into the mind of the winner of the Fields Medal, considered by pure mathematicians as the equivalent of the Nobel Prize.

August 03, 2018
Trollers, meet Hanan Hamid, the showstopper
Hanan Hamid walked the ramp wearing a traditional half-saree to promote Khadi products here.

Can your career affect your fertility?

August 02, 2018
India doesn't have enough teachers
India is also short of about a thousand colleges.

Is Sashi Cheliah MasterChef's best winner yet?
The Singapore-based contestant is the first to have scored 93 out of 100 points to win the 10th season.

August 01, 2018
How 3 village children cracked the JEE
The biggest challenge all three faced was that they had had no prior experience in taking an online test, Roshni, Manish and Karan tell Geetanjali Krishna.

A daughter's perfect retirement gift for mother
Ashrrita was co-pilot on the same flight that her mother Pooja Chichankar was serving on her farewell day.

Why the eminence tag for universities makes no sense
How can we compare say an upcoming Munjal University to an IIT-Mumbai?

July 31, 2018
12 phrases used by go-getters at work
These jargon phrases will help you go from a quitter to a go-getter.

'With NEET, only merit plays a role. Money has no place'
'Similarly, if there is firmness in approach and the willingness to listen to suggestions, NEET will be a great success.'

July 30, 2018
CAT 2018: Registration begins August 8
September 19, 2018 is the last date to apply for the Common Admission Test to be held November 25, 2018.

Reforms in higher education: Have we achieved anything?

July 27, 2018
Want to be considered a mature team player at work? Read this!
Presenting 10 jargon phrases that you can use to impress your boss at work.

Meet India's youngest archaeologist (he's 17)
Arsh Ali's work is about getting reliable evidence about the ancient Buddhist link between India and Egypt, discovers Veenu Sandhu.

July 26, 2018
5 ways in which an internship can help your career

July 25, 2018
#WednesdayMotivation: Parkour daredevils challenge social norms in Egypt
This could be Egypt's first professional all-women parkour team.

How IIT-Madras is helping start-ups survive
The institute's incubation cell claims the start up mortality rate in the incubators are lowest.

July 24, 2018
Why Wipro will hire more freshers this year
The company's decision comes when there has been a dip in intake due to tepid demand, increasing automation, reports Debashis Mohapatra.

Why is this beauty queen upset with India
Despite being the third runner-up in the Miss International (Deaf) contest, she is the beauty queen you haven't heard about!

July 23, 2018
'My father is a ragpicker. I want to be a neurosurgeon'
Asharam Choudhary, son of a ragpicker battled the odds to study at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Delhi.

Tilak Mehta, 13, could be India's youngest techpreneur
The teenager's simple idea to solve a problem has been developed into an app which launched July 18 in Mumbai.

July 20, 2018
NEET data of 2.5 lakh students compromised: Who's responsible?

#FridayFunda: How to have fun at work
Take a cue from Dhadak co-stars Jahnavi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter.

July 19, 2018
Marathwada to the UN: How a farmer became an entrepreneur
Godavari Dange, a school dropout who was widowed at the age of 19 is now changing the lives of farmers in her village and beyond.

July 18, 2018
The problem with entrance examinations in India

July 17, 2018
8-yr-old yoga champ wins British Indian of the Year award

10 jargon phrases that makes you sound intelligent at work
Are you an average employee, who wants to excel at at work? Read on...

July 13, 2018
5 important lessons from Hima Das's INCREDIBLE win
Hima Das's journey from the rice fields of Assam is to a world champion today is inspirational.

How to turn your internship into a full-time job
Be proactive, valuable. Seek feedback. Be a team player, Sarvesh Agrawal suggests.

July 12, 2018
Want to work with the government of India?
The ministry will engage 30 young graduates, postgraduates and PhD-holders in the fields of urban planning, urban design, engineering, information and technology, urban mobility, finance, social sector, and environmental issues.

July 11, 2018
What the 'eminence' tag means for Indian institutes
Greater autonomy, freedom to recruit faculty and government funding are just some of the perks these institutes will enjoy.

How to remember every thing you see, read
There has to be a purpose, aim or a goal. The brain should know why it should remember what it is trying to remember.

July 10, 2018
India's golden girls glam up Femina's latest cover
Meet the heroes from the 2018 Commonwealth Games.

Success lessons from a multi-millionaire

July 09, 2018
Revealed! What it's like to be your own boss
A lot of work you do will be boring. You work from the moment you wake up to the point you hit the bed.

July 08, 2018
Three small success stories. 3 big life lessons
Young people have an abundance of choice today. Yet finding purpose is an altogether different challenge for them.

July 06, 2018
In our toppers-obsessed world, who cares about failures?
While everyone celebrates this year's toppers, Geetanjali Krishna wonders about the failures, and how our system has failed them.

July 04, 2018
How to fund your child's expensive foreign education
Take an education loan. Encourage them to freelance while studying.

July 03, 2018
The endless possibilities of Artificial Intelligence
Nandini Gupta who interned at an IT firm explains how Artificial Intelligence can change our future.

CBSE Class 12: Are govt schools outdoing private ones?

July 02, 2018
How this 23-yr-old won 3 million fans on Instagram

Why global captive centres are hiring more Indians
Last year, there was almost 16 per cent increase in hiring by the Global Capability Centres in India.

Is there anything Jacqueline cannot do?
The beauty queen turned actor talks about her new athleisure start-up.

July 01, 2018
Kylie Jenner is the most influential person on the Internet
Joining her on the list is her brother-in-law Kanye.

June 29, 2018
Graduates, listen up. Intern first. Work later.
Internships provide a platform for you to experiment with your career, explore new options, learn new skills.

June 28, 2018
His company has been saving the planet for 29 years
Ved Prakash who has been working in the field of recyclable raw materials for 29 years aims to 'create value' every day.

June 27, 2018
Pix: She is India's first Tribal Queen
Pallavi Darua was crowned winner at Adi Rani 2018, a first-of-its-kind beauty contest held in Orissa.

12 mistakes that could kill your start-up

June 26, 2018
Artificial Intelligence: 5 things every job-seeker should know
It won't take away your jobs. It won't destroy you.

June 25, 2018
Why Srishti Jain is India's Hunger Hero
The co-founder of Feeding India is changing the way India deals with wasted food.

How to prepare for CAT 2018
CAT 2018: When and how to prepare for the exam.

How to be the boss everyone loves
How to be a good leader

June 22, 2018
Work-life balance: Let your spouse take control
A parent who regularly works the night shift may deliberately try to be awake and available for children before and after school.

June 21, 2018
#YogaDay: 800 differently-abled set a world record
They set a Guinness World Record for 'Largest Silent Yoga Class.'

Manish Malhotra: The coolest new teacher in town
The designer has launched a fashion course in association with a school in London.

Meet Bandicoot, the robot
How robots may eradicate manual scavenging in India.

June 20, 2018
Campus placements: IIMs to go the IIT-B way

June 19, 2018
She quit a cushy job to teach tribal kids to paint

June 18, 2018
Vir Das to grads: How to be stupid yet win at life
Vir Das' commencement address to graduates of Knox College is the best advice you'll read today.

How to make the most of your college

June 17, 2018
96 per cent girls in India want to study technology
About 51 per cent of the participants also said that their mothers inspired them the most to pursue technology careers.

June 16, 2018
Taking an education loan? Read this first
When taking a loan, it is important to look at various factors, and not just the interest rate, says Tinesh Bhasin.

June 15, 2018
Chennai's pavement football stars!
A Ganesh Nadar/ meets Chennai's all-girl street children football team who competed in the Street Child World Cup in Moscow.

The problem with examinations in India

June 14, 2018
Shilpa Shetty says NO to ragging

June 13, 2018
Yoga@19,000 feet! How Indian women army officers set a new record
They set a new world record of performing Yoga at the highest altitude.

Must-read! Deepika's beautiful post about depression
The actor, who fought her own battle with depression, wants you to join her fight and make a difference.

Would you say 'open your kimono' at work?

June 12, 2018
Top destinations for Indians to study abroad
China, France and Spain are emerging as hotspots for Indian students.

How the Royal Wedding gave a Mumbaikar her first plane ride
'What is the purpose of your visit?' the immigration officer at London Heathrow asked Deborah Das.

June 11, 2018
Don't miss! Mindy Kaling's practical advice to class of 2018
'Don't let anyone tell you that you can't do something, but especially not yourself. Go conquer the world. Just remember this: Why not you? You made it this far.'

How IIT-B made it to the world's best universities

June 09, 2018
Richard Gere's Indian-inspired fairy tale wedding
The 68-year-old actor who married his girlfriend arrived in a tuk-tuk to the venue.

Do student suicides expose flaws in our education system?
Class 10 to NEET, student suicides expose flaws in result-oriented education system.

June 08, 2018
5 lessons Rajinikanth's <em>Kaala</em> teaches you about life
In many ways, Kaala sets a fine example of a leader who inspires his team and never gives up on them.

Maha SSC results to be out at 1 pm today, June 8

Explained: Why bosses behave badly
Some bosses realise when they have been abusive toward their subordinates and feel guilty about it.

June 07, 2018
IITs among world's most innovative universities

How e-learning is changing the way India studies
Convergence of online and offline is the new mantra which is changing the education map of the country.

June 06, 2018
Want to ace the law exam? Let 2018's toppers tell you how
Aman Garg, 17 Devansh Kaushik, 17 and Anmol Gupta, 18 share their success journey.

Your Instagram account could get you a job
Or it could lose you one, says Samali Basu Guha.

June 05, 2018
2018's top 20 medical colleges in India
India Today ranks the best colleges in the country.

June 04, 2018
Welcome to the jungle! 5 safaris to beat the summer heat

'Cramped' NCERT syllabus to be reduced by half: Javadekar
The new National Education Policy will be tabled before the Union Cabinet by the end of this month.

CBSE special topper: Find love in what you do
Anushka Panda, who has spinal muscular atrophy tells us how she scored 97.8 per cent and topped CBSE class 10 examination.

2018's top 20 engineering colleges in India

June 02, 2018
2018's top 20 arts colleges in India

June 01, 2018
NEET 2018 results to be announced by June 5
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will announce the results online.

Indian-American Karthik Nemmani wins National Spelling Bee
The 14-year-old correctly spelled 'koinonia' to win the title.

The only Indian university in THE world rankings this year
The only Indian university in THE world rankings this year.

May 31, 2018
2018's top 20 commerce colleges
India Today's annual list ranks the top 100 colleges in the country.

May 30, 2018
Maha HSC results out: Amol Gawade tops with 642 marks out of 650
The results of nearly 14 lakh students who appeared for class 12 board examination were announced today.

What YOU can learn from CSK's win
Laxmi Negi/ explains how Dhoni's victory can help you at the workplace.

2018's top 20 science colleges in India
Presenting the Top 20 of 100 science colleges as per India Today's findings.

May 29, 2018
CBSE class 10 results: Four students top with 499 out 500 marks
Girls outperformed boys with a pass percentage of 88.67 as opposed to 85.32.

Stanford grad. YouTube sensation. And she's just 19
Shyamoli Sanghi is India's newest teen popstar.

May 26, 2018
Why go abroad to study?

May 25, 2018
Parents, please read this!
'One of my teachers gave a student a C in some subject and the father says to me: "I didn't send my son to an expensive school like this for him to get a C!"'

May 24, 2018
Maharashtra class 12 result likely to be announced May 25
The MSBSHSE will announce the Maharashtra HSC class 12 results on their website at 1 pm.

May 23, 2018
Why are Indian B-schools shutting down?

May 22, 2018
How to pick your career stream
The best choices in life are the ones you don't make.

May 19, 2018
The Indian guests at the Royal Wedding
'It is a great honour and responsibility because I will be a representative of India at the wedding,' Suhani Jalota -- whose Myna Mahila Foundation was selected by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as one of the seven charities to benefit from donations from the Royal Wedding - tells's Archana Masih.

May 17, 2018
Manish Malhotra on how he made it to Cannes
Manish Malhotra talks about his work, success and how he survived the industry for nearly three decades.

May 16, 2018
What women really want from employers
The ability to work flexibly and be judged on deliverables.

May 15, 2018
When Elsa Hosk posed in nothing but diamonds
The model has been soaking up the sun at the French Riviera.

ISC Topper: How I scored 99.5%
Abhijnan Chakraborty tells us how he topped the ISC Class 12 examination.

May 14, 2018
How PeriFerry is changing transgenders lives
A 22 year old's social enterprise serves as a bridge between transgenders and companies that want to hire them

Last minute tips to crack IIT-JEE Advanced
Steer clear of new concepts. Attempt more mocks and sample papers.

May 13, 2018
10 reasons why your student visa can be rejected
Students, watch out for these mistakes!

May 12, 2018
Game of Thrones' actor fought Bell's Palsy to become world's strongest man
Hafpor was diagnosed with Bell's Palsy in 2017.

May 11, 2018
Google celebrates Mrinalini Sarabai's 100th birthday
Today's doodle, illustrated by Sudeepti Tucker, shows Sarabhai with her signature parasol while her students are dancing on stage.

May 08, 2018
Manish Malhotra will debut at Cannes this year
The talented designer will work with Magnum to create a unique accessory.

This Indian school hopes to solve the world's problems
The campus is expected to be ready by 2019 and the first batch of 100 to 125 students will commence classes in August next year.

The one career advice Katrina gave sister Isabelle Kaif
The best life lesson one can get from a talented actor.

May 07, 2018
NEET 2018 is over. Here's what MBBS, BDS aspirants can do
This roadmap will benefit nearly 13 lakh students who have registered for the medical entrance exam this year.

Why Twitter's Biz Stone invested in this Indian startup
The Visit story.

May 04, 2018
What Prince George thinks about Meghan Markle
American writer Gary Janetti imagines Prince George as a mean Shakespearean character.

After 170 men, she is Salem's first woman collector
Rohini Bhajibhakare won't waste a moment on this statistic because she has far more important things to do.

May 03, 2018
Want original thinkers? Discourage rote learning, says AICTE chairman
"The need of the hour in Indian education system is to create the awareness around academic integrity" said Prof Anil Sahasrabudhe, chairman, All India Council for Technical Education.

Will Orkut founder's Hello replace Facebook in India?
With one million users in Brazil, and 35,000 here in India within three weeks -- are we going to witness an encore from Orkut Büyükkökten?

May 02, 2018
Look who's teaching young India to talk about sex!
Meet the inspiring youth-led YP Foundation.

April 30, 2018
Want to be your own boss? Think BIG. Do BIG.
Give more than 100 per cent to your job, advises author Bikram Dasgupta.

April 29, 2018
Say hello to your new AI dost at work!

April 28, 2018
CBSE to announce IIT-JEE Main 2018 result on April 30
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will announce the result for Paper I.

April 27, 2018
Today's Google doodle: Who is Mahadevi Varma?

It is not worth dying for a better pay cheque
'The harmful side effects of what we call 'management toxicity' are affecting more and more Indians,' note Jeffrey Pfeffer and M Muneer.

Sabyasachi first Indian to win National Intellectual Property Award 2018
Sabyasachi Couture is recognised for its contribution to the design industry.

Pix: When Diana Hayden proved she's more than a beauty queen
The former Miss World has shaped the lives of many.

April 26, 2018
Punjab to New York: Ola co-founder Bhavish Aggarwal's red carpet journey
The Ludhiana-born engineer is among the youngest entrepreneurs on TIME's 100 most influential people.

How Durjoy Datta became a bestselling author
"When my friends used to go for movies, restaurants, vacations etc, I used to write," the author told students of UPES, Delhi.

April 25, 2018
Video: Deepika speaks about fighting depression at TIME 100 Gala
"I want you to know that we're all in this together, and most importantly that there is hope," Deepika Padukone told the audience at TIME 100 Gala.

The Indian who's World Swimsuit model of the week
Bangalore-based Smriti Subs was first scouted when she was 13.

April 24, 2018
The Indian who's World Swimsuit model of the week
Bangalore-based Smriti Subs was first scouted when she was 13.

Who is Millie Bobby Brown, youngest on TIME's 100 list?

April 23, 2018
Skill to succeed: How TCS is leading the hiring game

April 22, 2018
This Indian scientist turns e-waste into valuable materials
Mumbai-born Veena Sahajwalla has developed a microfactory in Australia to upcycle electronic waste.

April 21, 2018
Why workplace stress could be good for you
It can help boost employee performance.

April 20, 2018
6 night markets in Asia waiting to be explored
These Asian markets will offer you a cracking night out!

85% Indian youth not trained for any job, says Murthy. Agree?
The Infosys' founder expressed the inability of Indians to exchange ideas.

This fitness influencer has a message for overweight men
He wants you to join him in his transformation journey.

April 19, 2018
This model reveals the dirty secret behind Instagram photos
Chessie King is making people appreciate their flaws and imperfect bodies.

April 18, 2018
10 signs that your co-workers secretly hate you
Watch out for these subtle signs.

A weaver's daughter's zero-waste idea to save Planet Earth

April 17, 2018
At 7, he's the youngest to scale Kilimanjaro
And that age is just a number.

This Israeli-American architect is trending thanks to Brad Pitt
Neri Oxman is an award winning architect who combines technology with botany and life.

April 16, 2018
How to get a student visa
Check if you are eligible. Keep documents ready. Plan in advance to avoid last-minute delays.

'It's society that teaches children that transgender people are bad'
But this project is changing that -- one public artwork at a time.

April 13, 2018
Aishwarya, Modi among world's most admired people of 2018
YouGov's annual list features five Indians among its Top 20.

Meet Afroz Shah, who helped bring turtles back to Mumbai's beaches
The vulnerable Olive Ridleys returned to Mumbai's shoreline after 20 years!

April 12, 2018
Highest salary offered to IIM-Amritsar graduate is Rs 54 lakh
Seven students were made international offers.

The sunshine story from Kashmir
From one of Kashmir's worst trouble spots, Adeeba Tak emerges as a story of hope.

Life lessons from a 74-yr-old marathon runner
He is the living proof that you are never too old to run a marathon.

April 11, 2018
Who is Anand Ahuja, the man Sonam will marry?
The fashion entrepreneur owns two apparel brands Bhane and Veg Non Veg.

Google celebrates KL Saigal's birthday with a doodle
The doodle is designed by Vidhya Nagarajan.

Inspired by Jack Daniel, Mumbai boy creates winning cocktail
He will now get a chance to take a guided tour to the iconic Jack Daniel Distillery in Lynchburg, Tennessee.

Learn this ONE trick to become a good team leader, manager or CEO
An expert reveals the secret.

April 10, 2018
'Thanks Maa and Paa': Miss Deaf India's heartfelt letter to her parents
She is now preparing to win Miss Deaf World 2018.

April 09, 2018
Improve your rankings, Maha CM Fadnavis tells universities
The chief minister has asked vice chancellors to go on a 'mission mode' to improve their positions by next year.

Copy Cat! This Instagram account is shaming Indian designers
The list includes A-listers like Archana Kochhar, Nikhil Thampi, Falguni and Shane Peacock.

April 07, 2018
Study abroad tips: How to get the perfect IELTS score
Don't just mug up new words. Use it in your conversation.

April 06, 2018
Meet Majizhiya Bhanu, India's first hijabi bodybuilder
The hijab is never an obstacle, says the 23-yr-old achiever from Kerala.

April 05, 2018
Is US no longer a top study destination for Indians?
Flow of Indian students to US for academic year 2018-19 dipped by 30 per cent.

April 04, 2018
The best colleges in India for medicine, engineering, MBA

How a techie became a popular wedding photographer
Manvi Gandotra's journey will inspire you all.

April 03, 2018
#CBSEPaperLeak: Three solutions
The CBSE exam paper leak fiasco can be a blessing in disguise if it can give an impetus for such an exam reform, says Arghya Banerjee, founder of The Levelfield School, and an IIT-IIM alumnus.

Why did Google doodle Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay?
India's freedom fighter's interest in arts led to setting up several institutions of learning in independent India.

Mid-career burnout: Don't let office blues ruin your life

April 02, 2018
Dreams come true: IIT-Kharagpur alumni fund scholarships

How 1 Indian woman's Saahas is helping women in 196 countries
This is the story of Kirthi Jayakumar.

March 31, 2018
MBA to minimum wage earner: Deepak Singh's amazing journey
When Deepak Singh first started working as a salesman in the US, he was ashamed of the fall in status this signalled, says Vikram Johri.

Is there hope yet for young classical performers?
Stories about the harrowing experiences of young artistes are common lore.

March 29, 2018
How to crack JEE Main 2018: Last-minute preparation tips
All toppers and experts recommend this.

How a trip to India made her a million-dollar entrepreneur
Eddy Brooks of Bhakti Chai is minting millions selling chai.

March 28, 2018
Meet the BSF's first woman officer
'Not as a man, not as a woman, not as a girl,' says Assistant Commandant Tanu Shree Pareek.

The 24-yr-old mountaineer Sachin and Hrithik are cheering
Arjun Vajpai, 24, will attempt Mt Kangchenjunga in April 2018.

QS Rankings: These are the top 20 MBA colleges in the world
The QS World Rankings 2018 lists the best universities to pursue business and management.

Class of 2018: India's rising stars under 30

March 27, 2018
The only Indian model on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list

How to be a mixologist and not just a bartender
Tips from the best-known Indian mixologists.

This mother-daughter is making millions by saving the planet
By using recycled resources to create earth-friendly gifting options, the venture Surprise Someone is changing the way India smiles.

March 26, 2018
Beautiful and brave! A burn survivor is helping people embrace their scars
Scars are nothing to be ashamed of, says the founder of Love Disgfigure.

Why Google is celebrating India's Chipko movement
Google pays a fitting tribute to the women who sacrificed their lives to protect India's forests.

March 23, 2018
Srishti Bakshi left her job in Hong Kong to walk 3,800 km
She is changing India one village at a time.

How India plans to improve global university rankings

March 22, 2018
#InstaInspiration: How to slay it like Cara Delevingne
Your weekly shot of inspiration from super achievers.

Google doodles Japanese geochemist Katsuko Saruhashi
Dr Saruhashi is renowned for her groundbreaking research as a geochemist.

She conquered chronic fatigue to become a fitness guru
Meet the Australian pole vaulter, who didn't let poor health dictate the way she lived.

Placements: Why engineering grads at NITIE are happy
The highest salary rose by 14.22 per cent from last year.

March 21, 2018
Google doodles shehnai maestro Bismillah Khan's 102nd birthday
Bharat Ratna recipient Ustad Bismillah Khan was born March 21, 1916.

'I am not a size zero and I'm happy'

March 20, 2018
Differently-abled, not different
For teams that work on projects to make art, culture and travel accessible to the differently-abled, the experience of seeing faces light up is reward in itself.

Undefeated! He overcame cerebral palsy to become a boxer
He didn't let cerebral palsy come in the way of his boxing dreams.

Top 20: World's best paid MBA schools
The top 10 are from the United States of America.

March 19, 2018
Self employed people are the happiest
They have the freedom to innovate, express their own views.

Trash to cash: The Indian chef who is recycling waste
This entrepreneur has already recycled 119 tonnes of trash in Bengaluru.

March 16, 2018
The beautiful mind of Balkrishna Doshi, who won architecture's Nobel Prize
He designed some of India's most iconic buildings.

March 15, 2018
'The new mantra is, reskill or perish'
'Reskilling is required as some existing jobs will not be required in the future.'

March 14, 2018
Why was Stephen Hawking so loved in popular culture?
The many reasons why the famed scientist was a minor celebrity in Hollywood.

#InstaInspiration: 10 times Stephen Hawking taught us about life
Your weekly shot of wisdom from super achievers

IIT-JEE Main: Exam day guidelines
Experts draw up a checklist.

Revealed! Why India no longer produces supermodels
Noyonika Chatterjee spills the beans.

March 13, 2018
Students, you are what you do on a Sunday

PIX: Backstage at the world's largest transgender pageant

Why young India is paying for expensive private colleges
Is it just the glamour?

March 12, 2018
Joveo: It's the Uber for your job hunt!
Joveo is not like Monster or!

Google doodles chemist Sir William Henry Perkin
Perkin is credited with discovering synthetic dye at a young age of 18.

Video: This dancing duo is quietly making India proud
Few in India know that Elvis & Namrata won at the World Salsa Summit in Miami!

March 10, 2018
First look: Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott post pic of their daughter
Kylie's daughter turned five weeks old and the reality star surprised fans with her pic.

How these techpreneurs are making a difference
Their success stories will inspire you too.

March 09, 2018
Chiki Sarkar: The 'Power Trailblazer' who is changing the way we read
Chiki Sarkar's literary juggernaut.

Beyond IITs & NITs: A great Plan B for engineering aspirants
Options that let you get a reputed engineering seat without additional preparation hassles!

8 million trees are cut per year to make pencils! They can change that
Two young entrepreneurs from Tamil Nadu are making pencils eco-friendly.

March 08, 2018
Racing car driver AND pilot: Meet India's fastest woman
Sneha Sharma is shattering speed and societal barriers.

Photos that capture the real spirit of women
These images will make you weep with pride.

A daughter's story: Saving my mother from my brother
In a world where parents think sons will care for them, a daughter changed her mother's life.

March 07, 2018
Women Power: For these entrepreneurs, age is just a number
Meet the trailblazers on Forbes 2018 list.

'The nature of jobs is changing'
'We want to connect unique skills that students have with the unique jobs being created.'

Inclusion Rider: The reason why the world wants to know about Kalpana Kotagal
Here's how she is linked to the most talked about Oscars speech of the year.

March 06, 2018
Google doodles Spanish writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Spanish-language writer Gabriel García Marquez was born on March 06, 1927.

Top 10 universities in the world
The QS World Rankings lists the best educational institutes in the world.

How I built the Miss Malini empire
Malini Agarwal reveals how she blogged her way to Bollywood, fame and success.

March 05, 2018
When Syrian refugee Bana Alabed came to the Oscars stage
Bana Alabed's tweets from war-torn Syria made a world numbed by the violence care again.

Oscars special: Meet the Raj Kapoor of Hollywood
He is the showman of Hollywood.

March 03, 2018
Indians lack creativity, according to Steve Woz. Do you agree?
American inventor's thoughts about India is not being well received.

March 01, 2018
BArch admissions 2018: How to get into IITs, NITs, SPAs, CFTIs
Decoding the JEE Main Paper 2.

February 28, 2018
Raman Effect: Why today is National Science Day
On this day in 1928, CV Raman discovered a phenomenon of scattering of photons.

#InstaInspiration: How to boss up and create your own lane like Mithali Raj
Your weekly shot of inspiration from super achievers.

February 27, 2018
Why IBM is in awe of Tanmay Bakshi
Meet the teen tech prodigy, educationist, AI expert and lover of SpongeBob SquarePants.

February 26, 2018
Must Read: NaMo's simple advice to exam warriors
Kuch banne ke nahi, kuch karne ke sapne dekho.

February 24, 2018
What it means to be the world's smallest woman
Jyoti Amge explains while Sadiya Upade listens in.

February 23, 2018
AIIMS MBBS entrance exam 2018: All you need to know
The exam will be held on May 26 and 27, 2018.

Dhinchak Pooja or Priya Varrier: Who's the hottest internet sensation?
Which of these talents impressed you the most?

This man is helping fight India's mental health taboo
His anonymous online platform helps people seek help without disclosing their identity.

February 21, 2018
#InstaInspiration: How to be at the top of your game in your 30s
Your weekly shot of wisdom from super achievers.

Justin Trudeau's advice to India's top students
Here's what the Canadian PM said at IIM-Ahmedabad...

'My parents convinced me to move to Bombay'
How a girl from a small town in Assam is making big strides in modelling.

February 20, 2018
Achhe din? Over 3 lakh Indians get jobs under govt schemes
The aim was to skill 1 crore by 2020.

Meet Himanshi Khurana, Internet's newest love
The 26-yr-old actor from Punjab has a million followers on social media.

Start-up tips from IPL: Learn from Dhoni, Rohit, Gambhir
Their vision, leadership and team spirit on the game will help you run your business.

Ayush Kishore, the boy who worked out the math of being a good human
The teen math prodigy is donating his prize money to good causes.

February 19, 2018
Millennials, want a job? Then read this interview
'This generation wants to try different things, are ready to take risks and experiment with their careers.'

Golden Man Booker Prize: Naipaul, Rushdie, Arundhati Roy in the race
The authors are in competition for a special Golden Booker Prize.

Auto Expo 2018: Meet India's Cartists
Video: Meet India's Cartists.

February 16, 2018
Priya Prakash beats Sunny Leone
With over three million followers on Instagram, Priya has become a social media sensation overnight.

Why this model-celebrity chef loves India
Australian MasterChef runner-up Sarah Todd can't get over India.

February 15, 2018
Meet chef Dharshan Munidasa, the man behind Ministry of Crab
Meet Dharshan Munidasa, the man behind Ministry of Crab.

CA Results: How did 5,000 plus students fail?
Want to know the real reason for the revision in the results of the final ICAI-conducted CA exam.

February 14, 2018
#InstaInspiration: How to be as extraordinary as Elon Musk
Your weekly shot of inspiration from super achievers.

4 simple ways to have a happy life and career
Get rid of the stuff that might not be good in the first place, Sandeep Kashyap says.

How one man is making kissing fashionable
Bobo's work speaks for the liberation of love :)

February 13, 2018
Meet Pad Didi
Maya Vishwakarma gave up her job as a scientist in California to make 'No Tension' sanitary pads for tribal women who have never used one before.

Priya Prakash Varrier: The girl internet is crushing over right now
A million followers on Instagram in less than a day...can you beat that?

How Arjun Shah scored a perfect 340 in GRE
"I never expected it. It was too good to be true," says the 20 year-old.

February 12, 2018
'My grandfather was a close associate of Mahatma Gandhi'
How a half-Norwegian designer found her roots in India.

6 trends that will boost hiring this year
Knowledge of technical skills, creativity, social and emotional intelligence is what recruiters are looking for.

February 09, 2018
NEET 2018: What's new about the medical entrance exam?
Now candidates can appear for NEET any number of times.

Meet the Pad Women of India
They have been working on menstrual hygiene awareness for years.

February 08, 2018
This PadMan from Jharkand has a message for Modi
'There are so many schemes announced for the benefit of farmers, women and less privileged sections of our society. But how many of these are being availed of?'

February 07, 2018
NATA Exam 2018: All you need to know
Your complete guide to preparing for the National Aptitude Test in Architecture.

Sreemoyee, keeper of stories
Sreemoyee Piu Kundu's writing, much like its creator, defies the very idea of labels.

11.11, Eka, Maku: Slow fashion for a fast world
Slow fashion for a fast world.

February 06, 2018
Vir Das to become Dr Vir Das in June
His alma mater in the US will honour him with a doctorate.

Gigi Hadid, Gal Gadot's agency IMG Models to represent Priyanka Chopra

Our fearless future: 30 young Indians the world should know about
Meet the new class of Forbes India 30 Under 30.

February 05, 2018
All that is terribly wrong with B-school placements right now
It is that time of the year when fresh business school graduates try their luck at placements.

How I shot the viral photo of a single mother doing <i>kanyadaan</i>
Chennai-based wedding photographer Varun Suresh tells his story.

February 04, 2018
Why Lakme's only transgender model is upset
Anjali Lama tells Anita Aikara/ how she struggles to find acceptance in society and work in the city.

February 02, 2018
Tanishq's single mom ad to Hollywood: How Priyanka Bose broke stereotypes
Every time she takes to the stage, the actress has a bold message to share.

February 01, 2018
Mythology can help you succeed! Here's how
Dr Kanchan Joshi says it can transform the way you think and help you solve problems.

Google doodle honours poet Kamala Das
On this day, February 1, in 1976, the Kerala-born poet released her autobiography, My Story.

January 31, 2018
#InstaInspiration: If Meryl Streep's quotes were motivational posters
Your weekly shot of inspiration from super achievers.

January 30, 2018
'We don't have a Gandhi to free us'
In the cry for freedom in a dark corner of the globe, they discovered that The Mahatma remained India's greatest icon.

10 food pix that will make you hungry
Readers share their food pics. You can share yours too!

Non IITians can also get an IIT degree

Dusky and sexy! This model is set to take over Lakme Fashion Week
The 19-year-old will make her debut at LFW.

Not IQ or EQ, love is the secret to self-made billionaire Jack Ma's success
The Alibaba tycoon is all about Love Quotient, not IQ or EQ.

January 29, 2018
Phew! IT companies return to hire at B-schools
After last year's lull, number of offers jump by 15%.

Grand Slam success: How Roger Federer does it
The tennis player's 20th Grand Slam win speaks volumes about his commitment to the game.

January 25, 2018
How we designed Deepika, Ranveer, Shahid's <i>Padmaavat</i> costumes
Designers Rimple and Harpreet Narula share their creative journey.

The bold, crazy story of Tesla CEO Elon Musk's salary!
The entrepreneur, who draws a minimum wage, won't be paid if he doesn't meet ambitious goals. But...

Google doodle celebrates Virgina Woolf's b'day

New curriculum for engg: More practical, less theory

The Indian women who conquered the world!
Meenakshi and Mookambika tell's Archana Masih about their incredible, unforgettable, journey and the desperation for Gandhi in a dark corner of the world.

January 24, 2018
National Girl Child Day: How Malala Yousafzai will help India's girls
Apple has teamed up with the Malala Fund to support girls' education.

#InstaInspiration: How to tackle problems like Deepika Padukone
Your weekly shot of inspiration from super achievers.

'Posting sexy pix is no way to become a vlogger'
'What do perverts buy? They don't even buy condoms.'

January 23, 2018
What I learned from acid attack survivors: Shah Rukh Khan's passionate Davos speech
The superstar received the World Economic Forum's prestigious Crystal Award in Davos.

Davos Special: 10 inspiring life advice quotes from global leaders
This is what makes the World Economic Forum's annual summit special.

What's so unique about New Zealand's pregnant PM?
Meet all the cool women who worked through their pregnancy.

January 22, 2018
EXCLUSIVE! Brit-Asian singer sings Tum Hi Ho for you!
A half-Indian Chandrika Darbari is creating waves in the international music industry.

Google doodle celebrates Sergei Eisenstein's 120th birthday

4 skills that helped me build my business
Athira Nair tells you how to run a successful SEO business.

January 20, 2018
Having a baby post 35? These tips will come handy
Handy tips for the countdown to your due date.

January 19, 2018
How to keep your employees happy
Dig deep, share the load, and share credit. That's what teamwork is about!

PIX: Miss World Manushi Chhillar makes her debut
She may not have bagged a film yet, but she has arrived.

January 18, 2018
Inside Story: The making of a Kingfisher model

7 sectors that will hire MBAs in 2018
Risk management, shipping, aviation -- the options are many.

January 17, 2018
#InstaInspiration: How to chase success like Sachin Tendulkar
Your weekly shot of inspiration from super achievers.

Meet Slick Woods, the model who is redefining beauty with a crooked smile
A rising model, she has struggled with drug addiction in the past.

January 16, 2018
Chunky and Ananya Panday's adorable Le Bal pix
4 young Indians made their debut at Le Bal 2018.

Why India must LISTEN to this man
'We are applying the wrong method by making our children sit in a classroom for eight hours, listening to someone talk.'

Hiring in India grew by 10 per cent in December
Non-IT sectors like industrial products, construction dominated the hiring trends.

Work at a BPO? Read this please
'We are training people to learn AI, machine learning, robotics; it is just new programmes that teach them new things and the raw material, the people, are eager to learn.'

January 15, 2018
How to prepare for your first job interview
Read up, dress well and mind your body language.

How Chhavi Gupta scored 100 in CAT in her first attempt
She is one of only two girls among the top 20 who cracked the Common Admission Test this year.

January 12, 2018
Gal Gadot's powerful message for women across the world
Gal Gadot delivered this speech while accepting #SeeHer award.

Dalai Lama: India is the only country that can combine modern and ancient education
The Dalai Lama's advice to India's teachers.

How CAT became a student-friendly test
The new changes in the Common Admission Test has encouraged aspirants from non-technical backgrounds to crack the exam.

Why Harbhajan Singh is a fan of this young woman?
The woman in question is a young Mumbai-based cake designer.

How Lilly SIngh became the world's highest-paid female YouTube star!
Superwoman Lilly Singh shares her secrets.

January 11, 2018
How Patrick D'Souza cracked the CAT 14 times!
And Patrick D'Souza managed to score a perfect 100 in 4 of his attempts!

Why young Indians quit their first jobs

Why India loves birthday boy Rahul Dravid
Fondly called The Wall, India's former captain has a lot to be inspired from.

January 10, 2018
The most wanted jobs in 2020 will be...
Will bots take away our jobs? Find out!

#InstaInspiration: The principle that made Jeff Bezos the world's richest man
Your weekly shot of wisdom from super achievers

January 09, 2018
CAT Results: Meet the 100 percentilers
Two women and three non-engineers are among the 20 candidates who have scored 100 percentile in the Common Admission Test (CAT), 2017.

Aarthi Kannan quit Goldman Sachs to teach
'Unfortunately, our system doesn't care for slow learners. That's where tutors like us come into play,' Aarti Kannan tells's Divya Nair.

Artificial Intelligence will create 2.3 mn jobs by 2020
The Internet of Things (IoT), machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) ranked as the top technological trends.

The significant women & men of 2017 we should remember in 2018
It was a year of heroes without capes.

Why today's Google Doodle honours Har Gobind Khorana
It is the 96th birthday of the Indian Nobel Prize winner you probably hadn't heard of.

January 08, 2018
How Seth Meyers used humour to talk sexual harassment
Television host Seth Meyers spoke about sexual misconduct and inclusivity at the workplace in his monologue at the 75th Golden Globes.

Why Golden Globes is celebrating Oprah Winfrey
To say Oprah Winfrey is a life in inspiration would be an understatement.

Meet Saru Jayaraman, the desi who walked the red carpet with the stars
The Indian-American was one of the real sheroes at the awards.

January 07, 2018
#InstaInspiration: What Priyanka Chopra learned from Oprah Winfrey
Your weekly shot of wisdom from super achievers.

January 04, 2018
Low productivity? Blame it on your boss' mood
Not being able to predict how their boss is going to act towards them has a detrimental effect on the productivity of workers, researchers said.

5 management lessons from new Infosys CEO Salil Parekh
The low-profile CEO started his new innings with the new year.

Meet the BITS-Pilani alumnus changing life in the hills with jobs
He is stemming migration to cities and ushering in social change in Uttarakhand.

January 03, 2018
The story behind Mindy Kaling's TIME cover with Oprah & Reese
The magazine's latest cover features Storm Reid, Mindy Kaling, Oprah Winfrey and Reese Witherspoon.

7 tech jobs that will be in demand in 2018
If automation is the future, these jobs will surge in 2018.

The young man who proved all nosy Anu Aunties wrong!
Dangal filmmaker to now direct Varun Agarwal's success story!

January 02, 2018
How students can pick the right college course for their career
Univariety offers career guidance that is rooted in the real world.

Must read: 5 books to kickstart your career in 2018
Learn how to solve problems, build networks and become a smart leader.

6 months in a coma. 3 years in a wheelchair. But she never gave up.
How Rayna Arya, who became a victim of a hit-and-run at age 12, got back on her feet again.

January 01, 2018
Placements: How IITs got the numbers this year
This year, campuses placed most number of students in the first phase compared to past few years.

December 29, 2017
The new IIM Bill: What's in it for YOU?
The IIM Bill, passed by Rajya Sabha, gives B-schools autonomy and power to award full-fledged degrees.

Will WhatsApp work on your phone in 2018?
The full list of platforms that WhatsApp will stop supporting in the new year.

'A car wouldn't refuse to move if a woman is driving'
Meet Selvi, the abused child bride who refused to be held back by her gender.

December 28, 2017
Wow! It's raining job offers at the IITs this year

The teen who could revolutionise the war against heart attacks
He invented a skin patch that can detect a silent heart attack 6 hours before it happens!

December 27, 2017
#InstaInspiration: Serena Williams' comeback secret
Your weekly shot of wisdom from super achievers.

This duo made Rs 20 crore selling T-shirts online
Their bootstrapped brand sold 25,000 units on Flipkart in five days during the 2017 festive sale.

December 26, 2017
Must Read: The future of jobs in India
'Technology will dominate the nature of jobs available in the future.'

The Robin Hoods of today's India
These Indian Robin Hoods have the perfect solution.

December 22, 2017
From Assam to UK: Meet the adventurer who cycled 241 km to clear litter
His magic wand is his floating bicycle made of bamboo!

December 21, 2017
The amputee who helps other amputees scale mountains
Meet Mona Patel, one of CNN's Top 10 Heroes of the Year.

December 20, 2017
#InstaInspiration: To dream and create like Lady Gaga
Your weekly shot of wisdom from super achievers.

62 per cent sales leaders are under-graduates: Study
A study has revealed that barely 8 per cent of sales leaders went to tier-I MBA universities.

MUST READ: Harsh Mariwala's ADVICE for entrepreneurs
Marico Chairman Harsh Mariwala shares his career lessons and success mantras.

Blind topper: 'I am not ambitious. I am goal oriented'
Payal Taori, Mumbai University's MA topper this year, shares her journey.

December 19, 2017
Why a cafe owner became CNN's Hero of the Year
Bitty and Beau's is no ordinary coffee shop.

Watch! How the music bug bit India's techno king
Meet Arjun Vagale.

December 18, 2017
Placements: How engineering colleges stay on top of the game
Realigned training modules. Better automation and coding tools. Internal contests and more.

December 15, 2017
54 mn Indians may have a new job by 2022
By 2022, the entire job landscape would undergo drastic change.

December 14, 2017
What inspires Rohit Sharma?
Understanding India's cricketer of the moment.

December 13, 2017
Do Indian stand-up comics make money?
It turns out that there is serious money in funny business these days!

#InstaInspiration: How this top model went from depression to superstardom in 2 years
Your weekly shot of wisdom from super achievers

December 12, 2017
2 Sisters and A Hundred Hands
It's the happy India story of the day.

December 11, 2017
Study on Indian BPO workers pulls mask off the abuse
Abuse, often racial in nature, happens daily.

The teen who is Rwanda's brand ambassador in India!
Neysa Sanghavi, who's only 17, has been recognised for her work with genocide victims.

December 09, 2017
When the incredible woman in today's Google Doodle told us her story
India's first female photojournalist gave this interview to a year before she died.

December 08, 2017
From IAS officer to Sabziwala!
He quit the IAS just 4 years short of retirement and turned entrepreneur.

December 07, 2017
The Indian university that could rival Stanford's D-school
Anant National University in Ahmedabad aims to design a new future for India.

Time Person of the Year: Meet the #MeToo 'Silence Breakers'
They gave voices to sexual assault & harassment survivors across the world.

December 06, 2017
10 reasons why you should be watching John Oliver
His epic public takedown of actor Dustin Hoffman is just the beginning.

What went wrong with the IIMs?
Why are so many of the new IIMs floundering?

She has cracked the code to help smokers quit
'We can either take them head on or let them hold you back.'

#InstaInspiration: One life lesson every recent grad should learn from Melinda Gates
Bring you your weekly shot of wisdom from super achievers.

December 05, 2017
How a middle-class Delhi boy powered his way to Forbes 30 Under 30
Tirthak Saha is living the American dream, but his work has a typically Indian context.

Finally, some good news about jobs!
IITs see one of the best placement season starts.

December 04, 2017
What was Miss World Manushi Chhillar up to this weekend?
In photos: The beauty queen finally goes home.

The blind woman who creates entrepreneurs and game changers
Meet Sabriye Tenberken, a German woman who is changing lives in India.

December 01, 2017
IIT placements: Rs 1 crore-plus annual packages for grads

November 30, 2017
'A lot of students would love to stay back in India, but...'
Why are students being forced to go abroad to study?

How Manushi Chhillar plans to change the world
'You look at her in wonder, blinking to see if she is real, as she talks calmly about her project to spread menstrual health awareness and bring cheaper sanitary napkins to the poor.'

November 29, 2017
#InstaInspiration: What's the richest plus-size model's super power?
Your weekly shot of wisdom from super achievers.

November 27, 2017
CAT 2017: Aspirants find data interpretation, logical reasoning tough
Familiar models of questions were absent and every set had 'unfamiliar' written all over it.

Miss Universe 2017 is a South African beauty
After 4 years, South Africa won the Miss Universe title. They had last won the title in 1978.

November 24, 2017
At 19, Akshay Ruparelia is UK's youngest millionaire
He used to sell homes during his school lunch breaks!

November 23, 2017
The only plus-size model to feature on world's highest-paid list
Ashley Graham, who began her modelling career almost a decade ago, made her debut on the list.

The man who invented the supermodel!
Remembering how Azzedine Alaia, the son of farmers changed the world of fashion.

November 22, 2017
Meet Rukhmabai Raut, the star of today's Google Doodle
The most inspiring story you will read today!

5 times Miss World Manushi Chhillar was the inspiration we needed
Your weekly shot of wisdom from super achievers.

November 21, 2017
A novel idea! Learning math through comics

November 20, 2017
Manushi Chhillar and the making of a Miss World
In photos: A Miss India's journey to the Miss World crown.

Meet the fabulous 51-yr-old hot mom and fitness model
Nishriin Parikh, a 51-year-old fitness enthusiast, wants to inspire youngsters into taking their health and fitness seriously.

November 17, 2017
The legend of Tesla's Elon Musk explained in 10 tweets
The comparison to Iron Man is common.

Malishka reveals the secret to being a successful RJ
Here's more on the profession from Malishka.

What makes employees cheat at the workplace?
'Performance pressure elicits cheating when employees feel threatened.'

Video: The insanely awesome life of the Playboy king
Down the rabbit hole with Cooper Hefner :)

They may have the solution to India's food wastage problem
YCook can add a year of shelf life to food without the side effects of chemical preservatives.

November 16, 2017
As jobs dry up, private engineering college students pay the price
They were the source for entry-level recruitments in the IT industry before the job market crash.

Why Forbes 30 Under 30 picked supermodel Karlie Kloss
What makes this supermodel different?

'Rum is the true spirit of India'
With tiger stripes and India in its logo, Gautom Menon wants the world to drink Indian.

#InstaInspiration: Ladies, there's no shame in being a boss!
Your weekly shot of wisdom from super achievers.

The world is looking at these young Indian entrepreneurs to shake things up
All eyes on the Forbes 30 Under 30 Class of 2018.

November 15, 2017
Olympic medallist inspires the first Barbie in a hijab
Fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad is the 1st woman on Team USA to wear a hijab while competing in the Olympics.

Why Google is celebrating Cornelia Sorabji
Lesser known facts about India's first female lawyer.

Rashtriya Bal Kalyan Award for Super 30 founder
Anand Kumar of Super 30 was awarded this honour on Children's Day.

Meet Radhika Jones. She just made history!
10 things you should know about the new (and 1st Indian-origin) editor-in-chief of Vanity Fair.

November 14, 2017
Making way for Indian professionals in France
Indian talent may soon be allowed to work in France without a degree from a French institute.

November 13, 2017
186,267 Indian students study in the US
186,267 Indian students were studying in the US in 2016-2017.

The mother of 2 who won medals for India

November 10, 2017
Desi chic, anyone? This engineer is giving khadi a makeover!
He's promoting khadi through his swadesi clothing brand.

November 09, 2017
Finding the Shero in ordinary women
'Find space for their own dreams, do something about their own potential.'

November 08, 2017
#WednesdayWisdom: Why chef Vikas Khanna thanks the bullies
Your weekly shot of wisdom from super achievers.

#SummerPlacements: 50% rise in finance profiles at IIM-L
The B-school also witnessed new roles in the domain.

November 07, 2017
Schooling, the Saajha way
A Delhi-based organisation is helping parents become involved with their children's school experience, says Geetanjali Krishna.

All you need to know about employee bonds
If an employee bond is used to ensure that the employee never leaves, then it is illegal.

November 06, 2017
An interview students MUST read
'Adaptability is what is needed right now and students have to continuously learn the new tools to remain relevant in the career they choose.'

November 01, 2017
Dyslexic. High school dropout. Billionaire.
Your weekly shot of wisdom from super achievers.

How to leave a corporate job and start a dream cafe
Radhika Shastry left her job, moved to the Nilgiris and opened a cute café -- and she's cooking quite a meal of it.

Keeping it real and funny
Standup comics today have greater freedom to develop their unique brand of comedy.

October 31, 2017
Want to be a creative writer? This workshop is for you!
Novelist Renu Balakrishnan will conduct a workshop for budding writers in Mumbai.

October 30, 2017
Attractive people less likely to be hired for low-paying jobs!
The popular perception is that attractive people receive favourable treatment in the hiring process.

5 affordable destinations for Indians to study abroad
Studying at these foreign destinations will not burn a hole in your pocket.

October 26, 2017
New moms, this is the wrong way to lose weight
Avoid these five mistakes new moms make to lose post-pregnancy weight.

October 25, 2017
#WednesdayWisdom from the Superwoman of comedy
Where we bring you your weekly shot of wisdom from super achievers

B-school placements see rise in stipends by 12-15 per cent
Most offers are coming from regular recruiting firms and sectors led by consulting, analytics, IT and finance.

October 24, 2017
Studying abroad? Don't forget to buy adequate travel cover

October 23, 2017
100% placements for IIM-Lucknow graduates
Irrespective of demonetisation and GST blues, IIM Lucknow has been able to successfully place their batch of 459 students.

October 20, 2017
7 young men and their unusual start-up
The Bombay Hemp Company offers goods fashioned out of hemp, the lesser known cousin of ganja.

October 13, 2017
Horrifying! Blake Lively was sexually harassed by make-up artist
She shares her terrifying story.

Meet the drop-dead gorgeous supermodel from Nagaland
Ketholeno has come a long way from her humble beginnings, but she is still rooted to her culture.

October 12, 2017
Good news for engineering grads!
Vinay Umarji reports on the IITs' latest move.

Meet Bharti Kher, the President's artist-in-residence
Bharti Kher is a researcher, a mathematician, an anthropologist, and a rare contemporary artist pushing boundaries in her creative quest.

October 11, 2017
Stressed? Depressed? This designer's inspiring message is for you
Designer Masaba Gupta wrote these inspiring words on her Instagram page and you have to read it!

10 AWESOME career tips from Amitabh Bachchan
He has seen both glorious success and abject failure. Who better to take career lessons from than Amitabh Bachchan who turns 75 today?

How inflation can impact your child's study abroad plan
Education inflation abroad is high and the depreciation of the rupee can also set you back, says Vishal Dhawan

The banker who became an organic farmer
Deepak Gupta grows chemical-free food and wants farmers to go back to the practices they once knew but have forgotten, says Aditi Phadnis.

October 06, 2017
Why is this rapper from Gaza singing songs of unemployment?
Meet Ibrahim Ghunaim, who raps to a different beat in an Islamist-ruled Palestinian enclave.

Engineers, here's how you can avoid being laid off
It's time you up your skills set to stay relevant in the industry.

October 05, 2017
You'll stop eating sugar after reading this!
A high sugar diet could increase your risk of heart disease.

The photographer behind these pics is a Bollywood actor
Presenting 8 knockout pics from Boman Irani's Instagram account. Yes! You heard it right.

Bringing the phulkari back in vogue
A mother-daughter duo is working tirelessly to revive the art and empower rural artisans too.

October 03, 2017
A school where teachers don't 'teach'!
Some 230 kilometres from Kolkata, in West Bengal's Birbhum district, 500 children stand out because of their 'unconventional' education, says Anjuli Bhargava.

A new Paris museum for designer Yves Saint Laurent
The museum will be located in the building where the designer spent nearly 30 years designing his collections.

September 29, 2017
I am Shalini Chauhan, a warrior!
In a patriarchal Uttar Pradesh village, a young girl is making a difference.

September 28, 2017
Halima Aden, the model who's making hijabs fashionable
Her motto: Why blend when you were made to stand out!

American icon Hugh Hefner, who introduced the world to Playboy magazine is dead
A glimpse into the flamboyant life of Hugh Hefner.

Students, faculty will now pay a heavy price for plagiarism
The new rules come into effect soon.

September 27, 2017
#WinnersDoThis: Let Paulo Coelho tell you!
Where we bring you your weekly shot of wisdom from super achievers.

6 million reasons why you should know this cancer scientist
Dr Manjiri Bakre's OncoStem is revolutionising breast cancer treatment. And has raised $6 million to do more!

September 26, 2017
15 lessons every successful entrepreneur follows
Apoorve Dubey lists out the 15 things that will make you a successful entrepreneur.

Real heroes: Beyond the glamour of the Vogue awards
From Indian women's cricket team captain to the SBI chairman, the list is stellar.

Pushing limits of human voice to find popularity
Give it up for the power of beatboxing.

September 25, 2017
The thinking that men should not cry is a result of patriarchy!
She quit her career in financial services to pursue her passion for writing.

September 23, 2017
Google celebrated her 100th birthday. Who was Dr Asima Chatterjee?
5 things you must know about this scientific trailblazer.

September 22, 2017
The world's richest woman is dead. She was the L'Oreal heiress.
10 things you need to know about the life of Liliane Bettencourt.

Indian anti-acid attack champ wins UN award
A fashion student, this 26-year-old founded an organisation to support survivors of acid attacks.

September 21, 2017
Could this be the English guru for 250 million non-English speaking Indians?
Enguru app's 40-hour programme teaches general spoken English & employability-focused English.

Indian DJ changes the way Hong Kong parties
She spins Bollywood tracks when she's not doing her investment consultant job.

September 20, 2017
NEET: The CBSE Factor
CBSE students took every third seat available in government medical colleges in the state.

#WinnersDoThis: Even Hardik Pandya was once down
In this series, we bring you your weekly shot of wisdom from super achievers.

September 19, 2017
Zahida Amin: The new face of Kashmir
'Zahida Amin and her group of village women have gained a better understanding of India.'

September 18, 2017
The new queens on the ramp!
The unique pageant aims to show the world that beauty can have various meanings.

September 15, 2017
8 tips to keep in mind while touring a college campus
If you have shortlisted the colleges of your choice, it is a good idea to explore the campus before joining.

September 14, 2017
Reese Witherspoon: 'Run away from men who can't handle your ambition'
Oscar winner Reese Witherspoon's powerful words.

September 13, 2017
#WinnersDoThis: Geeta Phogat's <i>'muqaddar ka sikandar'</i> moment
In this series, we bring you your weekly shot of wisdom from super achievers.

September 12, 2017
PICS: Meet the daredevil women bikers of Germany
They are daring and have an adventurous streak!

September 11, 2017
This 19 year old is transforming the lives of underprivileged children
Make The World Wonderful, an NGO founded by Meghana Dabbara in 2015, is on a mission to set up 2,500 child adoption programme centres by 2023.

Where do Indian students go to study?
An estimated 5,53,440 Indian students are currently studying abroad. A fascinating countrywise break-up from External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj.

September 08, 2017
In Pics: Akshay Kumar's best style moments
The actor still makes us go WOW!

September 07, 2017
'Everyday is a cheat day for me'
Whoever thought that models starve themselves needs to think again!

September 06, 2017
Fight like a girl: Women wrestlers in action
Women take it to the mat at an all-women wrestling event in London.

#HumpDay: Are we living for the weekend?
The simple ways you can get over weekday blues.

The trainer behind Katrina Kaif's FABULOUS figure
This celebrity trainer worked with Katrina Kaif to achieve her Sheila ki jawaani look.

#TheSecret: When life gave Priyanka Chopra lemons
In this series, we bring you your weekly shot of wisdom from super achievers.

September 04, 2017
Birthday special: How to win at life, the Beyonce way
All bow to Queen Bey!

Must Read! How Indian engineers in the US can stay relevant
These six tricks could help you land good jobs.

Woah! The Trivago ad guy is Trivago's country manager!
Meet Abhinav Kumar, the man who is at the centre of countless jokes and memes and is an incredible sport about it.

September 01, 2017
Revenge trumps SEX on YouTube!
Taylor Swift's new revenge song shattered YouTube records and beat the Despacito remix, which was about sex.

August 31, 2017
'Reservation at school level creates an inclusive society'
'Younger children don't really distinguish based on class, gender, income and so on.'

The fashion icon Bill Gates AND Jeff Bezos are scared of!
A peek into the life of the 81 year old even Jeff Bezos can't keep up with!

August 30, 2017
Civil Services Mains: Tips to write better answers

August 28, 2017
The inspiring story of the deaf model who's breaking the internet
Math teacher. Top model. Dancer. Activist. Nyle DiMarco is all the #MondayMotivation we need!

Which country is best for your child to study abroad?
Have you been asking yourself this question? Then these 8 tips are meant for you.

Future of travel: India's OrcaPod
It's India's foray into what Tesla founder Elon Musk calls the 'fifth form of transportation' and India's only entry at the ongoing Hyperloop competition by Elon Musk's SpaceX.

August 24, 2017
What's up with the first Indian Miss America?
Did you know she was one of the MOST successful Miss Americas ever? And this year she returns to Miss America as a judge.

August 22, 2017
How to fire employees with dignity
'After all, how you treat people on their way out of the door does not go unnoticed by the rest of your organisation,' says Shyamal Majumdar.

August 21, 2017
True confessions of a plus-size model

August 20, 2017
'Kangana's personality reflects in her attire'
GenNext designer Deepak Pathak, from UP's Ballia speaks about his first big break, his inspiration and the designer he admires the most.

August 18, 2017
'Kangana Ranaut has daring fashion sense'
GenNext designer Sumiran Sharma, 30, of ANAAM talks about his collection, design inspiration and why he wants to style Kangana Ranaut.

They live their lives as mermaids!
The mythical creature of the sea are now quite real. Women are turning to mermaiding for an emotional lift and for fitness! Reuters photographer Pilar Olivares plunges into the lifestyle.

August 16, 2017
Why every student should study abroad once in their lifetime

The next Indian astronaut
A Exclusive!

August 15, 2017
99 yr old freedom fighter: 'Jail was like university for me'
Meet Bengaluru's fondest freedom fighter, HS Doreswamy, who has been a sprightly witness to the country's ups and downs since 1947.

August 14, 2017
9 social media mistakes job seekers must AVOID
This is the best social media advice you can ever get!

August 11, 2017
Chat@3: How to apply to an Ivy League college in the Trump era?
Today, from 3 to 4 pm, will answer your queries about seeking admissions in an Ivy League College. Do join us with your questions.

When crazy meets realistic: 7 life lessons from Usain Bolt
As he bids farewell to sprinting, Laxmi Negi looks at the invaluable life lessons UB taught the world.

August 10, 2017
SCARY! India is not producing good students
'We are not producing good students who are examining issues independently of what they are being fed either by the media or their educators,' says Aakar Patel.

August 09, 2017
Wow! An innovative curriculum for telecom professionals
The initiative will help will enable telecom sector professionals with new-age capabilities and narrow the existing gap between demand and supply of skills.

Neeta Lulla: 'I have experienced discrimination and bias'
Tracing the award-winning fashion designer's journey from her humble beginnings to becoming a fashion brand.

August 08, 2017
Vote! Who is the sexiest Game of Thrones character?
Looks like the cast has been abundantly blessed in the looks department.

A husband's adorable letter to his curvy wife
This man wrote a love letter to his curvaceous wife on Instagram and you have to read it!

The former drug addict who turns trash into livelihood
After spending 16 years on the streets as a crack cocaine addict, Fabiana da Silva has not only kicked her addiction and found a way to make a living, she has also earned a degree!

August 07, 2017
Raksha Bandhan quiz: Identify the brother-sister duo
This Raksha Bandhan, check how much you know about celebrity siblings.

Vote: Like Akash Ambani's stylish cover?
The young man, who is leading the Jio juggernaut looks delightfully dapper on the August 2017 GQ cover. Take the poll and tell us what you think of it.

August 01, 2017
5 cool jobs for people who love to read
Imagine being paid to do what you really love -- to bury yourself in a book for hours on end!

July 31, 2017
Radio jockeys, the new celebrities
Today, radio is the hyper-local medium that has gone beyond its role of reading the news or playing popular music. Manavi Kapur and Nikita Puri report.

July 27, 2017
Stressed at work? Take a video game break
You can thank us later.

IT layoffs: Silver Lining for techies
'The good news is the technology industry is creating a space for you somewhere else.'

July 26, 2017
5 tough lessons we learnt from the women's cricket team
But the nail-biting final will go down in the record books and so will our girls.

This engineer wants to change tribal lives
Vat Vrikshya -- banyan tree in Sanskrit -- helps tribal women, with absolutely zero formal education, set up businesses.

July 24, 2017
The woman who styled Aamir's hair in Dil Chahta Hai

Why there isn't a perfect formula for a dream job
A change in career is really not as bad as it seems and not getting into your desired career line doesn't mean you're a failure.

July 21, 2017
Bodybuilder Kai Greene's advice for Indians
The winner of the Arnold Classic World Bodybuilding 2016 title was in Mumbai to introduce Indians to the western philosophy of bodybuilding.

Health in shambles? This could be the reason

July 20, 2017
This topper refused to let arthritis deter his dreams
Raj Sheth stood first in the country by scoring 630 marks out of 800 in the final CA exams.

July 19, 2017
Lilly Singh: From 'Superwoman' to UN ambassador
The Indian-origin Canadian YouTube star joins the long list of celebs using their fame to promote a good cause.

The girls who built robots under the shadow of the Taliban
In photos: After US visa battle, all-girl Afghanistan team competes in the first international robot Olympics in Washington, DC

July 18, 2017
In photos: Being a female bouncer in Delhi
They break up bar fights, watch over female customers, and even uncover illegal drugs at upscale clubs in the capital. Inside the lives of sisters and bouncers Mehrunnisa and Tarannum Shokat Ali.

Want better relationships at work? Find out how

July 17, 2017
Roger Federer and the art of making 35 look cool
We bring you five achievers who are proof that 35 is the new 25.

July 14, 2017
How Anny Divya became India's youngest woman to captain a Boeing 777
While working with Air India, she has also earned a degree in BSc Aviation, done a course in classical key-board, learnt various forms of modern dance and become a lawyer. Anjuli Bhargava profiles the super-achiever.

Being paralysed doesn't stop Eric Paul from setting records
Tamanna Naseer finds out more about the battles Eric Paul fights despite being paraplegic.

WARNING! Mid-level techies may become irrelevant
A recent McKinsey report warns that unless IT professionals re-train themselves, they could become irrelevant.

July 13, 2017
Pics: Lisa Ray launches Wendell Rodricks' book
The designer puts the spotlight on a secret Goan tradition in his new book.

Pics: Curves are good at this pageant
24 contestants competed in a contest that challenged the modern inclusive standards of beauty.

July 12, 2017
Rifath Shaarook, the boy who built the world's lightest satellite
The lead scientist on the project, which was launched by NASA, is also the youngest at 18. Meet the boy from Tamil Nadu who is already working on his next mission.

Adopted as a child, he now mentors 350 orphans

Want a career in law? Find out how
'Opportunities in the field of law are plenty.'

July 10, 2017
Why the world is talking about 18th century scientist Eva Ekeblad
She paved the way for potato vodka and gluten-free baking. 300 years ago! And that's only two of the many cool things about this Swedish scientist the world is talking about.

Want to upgrade your knowledge? These digital initiatives will come handy
These initiatives are expected to increase Gross Enrolment Ratio in higher education from 24.5 (2015-16) to 30 (2020).

July 08, 2017
Will an MBA in aviation be good for my son?
Education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on entrance examinations, admission procedures at international universities.

July 07, 2017
Anti-hunger Indian hero gets Queen's honour
Ankit Kawatra was one of three Indians to be honoured by Queen Elizabeth II.

How to work under a boss you hate
Life is unpredictable and you may end up working under a boss you hate. But there are ways to make the maximum of this tricky situation says Lakshmi Murthy.

July 06, 2017
4 reasons why you're not finding the job you love
Find out what are the other things you are good at that will pay the bills. Be curious about the opportunities out there. Take initiative.

July 05, 2017
MOST INFLUENTIAL people on the Internet
Where they go, millions follow.

How to tweak your LinkedIn profile to get noticed
LinkedIn claims that having a profile picture can get you '21x more profile views and 9x more connection requests'.

July 04, 2017
He refuses to let his disability come in the way of his dreams
Confined to a wheelchair, Mohammad Shams refused to let his sporting dreams die.

7 of 10 Indian professionals prefer flexi-work
New Microsoft study finds a majority of the millennial workforce are open to digital workspaces.

How Tim Cook, Steve Jobs respond to cold e-mails

July 03, 2017
She is bringing the museum into our homes
Dayanita Singh, artist and curator, is giving photography a new art form.

July 01, 2017
'Can my niece do a PhD in any country'
Education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on entrance examinations, admission procedures at international universities.

June 30, 2017
Why a planet was named after Sahithi Pingali
Nikita Puri introduces the Indian teenager who has joined the league of innovators with celestial bodies named after them.

June 29, 2017
Born to a sex worker, her story will inspire you
'If she was still alive, I'd respect her choice and stand by her.'

Babysitter to model: How Cindy became an Internet sensation
Cindy Kimberly, 18, went from being a babysitter to a catwalk model, all thanks to Justin Bieber.

5 sure-fire signs your boss doesn't like you
If your boss deliberately keeps you out of the loop, it's time you wake up and smell the coffee.

June 28, 2017
'People call me a bombshell'
Four contestants who competed at the Lakme Fashion Week Plus size model auditions tell us how they deal with body shaming.

'There is talent. We have to nurture it'
Professor Bhaskar Ramamurthi of IIT-Madras discusses the disparity between academic vision and industry needs with Shobha Warrier/

June 27, 2017
Do you have these 5 people in your network?
A mentor can be the wind to you sail, while a critic will keep you on your toes, says Munira Rangwala.

June 23, 2017
When an entrepreneur wins a Rs 1 crore contest!
"The feeling is yet to sink in," says Soumya Mukherji, who will now use the money to convert his dream into reality. He tells Prasanna D Zore and Ashish Narsale all about it.

Brand new student friendly courses at IIM-A

June 22, 2017
What young people want from their jobs
'As they come in contact with more people in their professional life, they will need to uncover even more opportunities for growth.'

Pics: Who will win Miss India 2017?
They came, they wowed and won our hearts with these gorgeous outfits representing their states.

Anti-hunger hero Ankit Kawatra to get Queen's honour
Ankit Kawatra will be honoured by Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace on June 29.

Conflict at work: Should you fight or negotiate?
Acknowledge the fact there is trouble brewing. Bury the hatchet. Start afresh.

June 21, 2017
This yogini does yoga with a goat!
A Internet sensation, she has over 2.1 million followers on Instagram.

June 20, 2017
His dream is to build schools in India's remotest villages
At 19, he quit everything to work in a tribal village for free.

June 19, 2017
5 habits that will take you to the top
When you push others to do their best, you solidify your own foundation, says Munira Rangwala.

Behind-the-scenes: What it takes to be an LFW model
An amazing crop of talent showed up at LFW's model auditions in Bengaluru but only six made the cut.

Throwing away your old shoe? Think again!
A social venture is recycling shoes so that barefoot children have proper footwear.

June 17, 2017
Is studying abroad really expensive?
Dispel all your myths about taking a course abroad.

June 16, 2017
This farmer's son, a topper, has abandoned his IIT dream
'My family cannot afford to pay for private coaching for IIT-JEE.'

June 15, 2017
Passion, money or stability: What decides your career?
Making an informed career choice will secure your life and future.

June 14, 2017
How to crack UPSC preliminary examination
Civil Services is about staying aware, having a keen eye towards detail, understanding and retention, says Akriti Mattu.

June 13, 2017
10 annoying habits Indians should avoid at work
Do not misuse power or share confidential information online.

June 12, 2017
In pics: Tiny tots enjoy first day at school
Readers share pics of their children's first day at school. You can share yours too!

Check Maharashtra SSC results on Rediff on June 13
The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE), Pune will announce the SSC results for the Class 10 board examination on Tuesday, June 13 at 1 pm.

'3 Idiots inspired me' says JEE topper Sarvesh Mehtani
'The film released when I was in Class 8. Most of the characters in it inspired me' says Sarvesh Mehtani.

30 students from Super30 crack IIT-JEE this year
Among the 30 students, there are wards from landless farmer, egg seller, unemployed father.

June 10, 2017
Study abroad: The best engineering colleges in Germany
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on entrance examinations, admission procedures at international universities.

June 09, 2017
Only 3 Indian institutes in top 200 universities in the world
Three Indian universities feature in the top 200.

June 08, 2017
The toughest exams in India and the world
How many of these have you appeared for?

US calling India: Come, study with us

June 06, 2017
Goodbye IT, colleges say hello to industry-ready courses

'Challenges don't matter; your <i>junoon</i> does'
Meet Namrata Jain, the first UPSC topper from Naxal-affected Dantewada

June 05, 2017
Firing your buddy? Remember company first, friendship later
It is important to establish a professional boundary with your friend at work.

June 02, 2017
IAS topper: 'Never feel low in confidence after failure'
'Patience, hard work and perseverance are the three simple things that one needs to pass in the UPSC exam or for that matter any exam.'

Spelling Bee: Indian Americans sweep Top 10!
But what's domination without some swag, right?

Ananya, 12, takes home Spelling Bee title

UPSC Topper dreams of a Perfect India
'I felt that becoming an IAS officer would help solve those issues.'

Miss India Grand scores 97.25 per cent
Pankhuri Gidwani took a year's break to focus on the pageant, but scored brilliantly in her CBSE Class 12 exams this year.

June 01, 2017
'There is no age limit for taking CFA exam'
In an online chat with readers, Vidhu Shekar, CFA, country head-India, CFA Institute shared advice on how to crack the CFA exam.

May 31, 2017
Reputation, frugality and more tips from successful entrepreneurs
Overcoming challenges is what entrepreneurship is all about.

May 30, 2017
'I believed in my abilities': ICSE topper Muskan Pathan
Muskan Pathan scored 99.4 per cent in the ICSE Class 10 examination results announced May 29. She topped.

'Work well. Things eventually fall in place!'
Tushar Rishi, 19, conquered knee cancer and other odds to score 95 per cent in CBSE Class 12 results. This is his story.

May 29, 2017
Don't miss Maharashtra HSC results on Rediff on Tuesday!
Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Class XII (HSC) Results will be declared May 30, 2017 at 1 pm.

ICSE, ISC results 2017 announced today
The results are available on

'I am not a genius': CBSE topper
Raksha Gopal scored 99.6 per cent to top the Central Board of Secondary Education's Class 12 results this year.

Visually disabled girl beats odds, scores 96.6%
Dharshana suffers from microcornea which has rendered her right eye almost a 'nil vision' and the left one a partial vision.

10 things you must do to get your dream job
Assess your skills. Collect information. Don't settle for anything less than what you deserve.

May 28, 2017
CBSE Class 12 results announced today
Check your Class 12 results on the Central Board of Secondary Education's website today.

May 27, 2017
How to tell your boss: 'I need a raise'
Strike when the iron is hot.

May 26, 2017
Hasan Minhaj: Maybe there's something in the chai right now!
Meet the Indian-American comedian behind Homecoming King, which has become the toast of Netlix.

How Mark Zuckerberg founded Facebook and his purpose in life
In his address to the Harvard class of 2017, Thursday, he shared his Harvard memories and spoke about finding purpose and meaning in one's life.

May 24, 2017
A wedding which will make you believe in love
Acid attack survivor Lalita ties the knot with Rahul Kumar at a dream wedding.

May 22, 2017
How to write an e-mail: Think first, write later
How you respond to an e-mail is a measure of how responsible you are.

May 20, 2017
'What's the future for MBAs in the US?'
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra offers advice to students.

May 17, 2017
Hope. Resilience. Gratitude: Sheryl Sandberg's lessons for grads
'And above all, find gratitude for the gift of life itself and the opportunities it provides for meaning, for joy, and for love.'

May 16, 2017
What's holding IIMs back from top global rankings?
Outgoing IIM-A director Ashish Nanda discusses his tenure at the revered institute with Vinay Umarji.

Did you just buy poisoned fruit?
Use of chemical compounds to artificially ripen, colour and increase the shelf life of fruit is rampant in India.

Why your boss has a 6 figure salary and you don't
High-flying earners don't primarily work for the money.

May 15, 2017
Kara McCoullough, a scientist is Miss USA 2017
The 25-year-old from the District of Columbia is 'the most intelligent contestant in recent memory'!

The Sarod Brothers and their Erod
Sarod brothers Amaan and Ayaan Ali Bangash are waiting to take their creation, the Erod, to the world.

10 warning signs you are not getting the job
Watch out for these warning signs.

May 12, 2017
Students, this is the best time to go to the US
Students will have more H1Bs to count on after they graduate.

May 10, 2017
Learn these skills or forget your dream job
Recruiters want to know if you can express your ideas clearly, confidently in a group, solve problems and take decisions.

May 09, 2017
This YouTube star has advice for you all
The comedian and vlogger shares some life lessons...

May 08, 2017
How to be your own boss and be a good one
Respect your employees. Do not ignore loved ones.

Reshma Saujani: The woman who took on Ivanka Trump
10 things you must know about the Girls Who Code founder.

May 07, 2017
Science, commerce or arts: Which stream is best for you?
What's your passion? What are you competent in?

May 06, 2017
'How good are the IIITs?'
Education counsellor NNS Chandra offers advice to students planning to take up a course abroad.

May 05, 2017
Smart India Hackathon 2017: How we created the world's biggest hackathon!
Vivek Kulkarni takes us through the making of the 36-hour event.

For Indians, losing a job considered taboo

May 03, 2017
UPSC exam tips: How to crack General studies
These tips will help you excel in the competitive exam.

May 02, 2017
How to pick the best career for you
What excites you the most? Determine what you are truly good at.

April 29, 2017
'My son wants to pursue aerospace engineering in the US'
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on entrance examinations, admission procedures at international universities.

April 28, 2017
In Pics: Celebrating extraordinary women
Gauri Sawant, who shot to fame for the Vicks advertisement was honoured with the I Am Woman Award.

How to deal with lazy coworkers
Choose conversing over confronting.

April 26, 2017
How to start a business in 60 minutes
If you know what you want, all you need is 60 minutes to go live.

April 25, 2017
4 things successful people do every day
Ask yourself: What is the one thing I love and believe the most in?

April 24, 2017
Are you happy in your current job?
If you are constantly distracted and not motivated to come to work, it's a warning sign.

April 22, 2017
'My daughter wants to work in America'
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on entrance examinations, admission procedures at international universities.

April 20, 2017
Start-up mantra: 'Ship today, fix tomorrow'

April 18, 2017
10 ways your current job will lead you to your dream job
Attend seminars, fine tune your skills and enrich your competencies.

April 17, 2017
This start-up brings Ivy League education to India
Over 50 Indians in Forbes' under 30 list of super achievers.

April 12, 2017
For the love of dancehall
Jahnavi Sheriff is spreading her love for dancehall in India.

Are you a late riser? You won't be successful!
Managing time is a benchmark of success.

April 11, 2017
Want a job? Learn a skill, travel, get a life
A degree may help you start your career, but it is only skills that will build your career.

April 10, 2017
Why working from home can be bad for YOU

April 07, 2017
'I was stubborn, ambitious, passionate about flying'
Ayesha Aziz has always aimed for the sky.

April 05, 2017
These tips will help you leave office on time
Don't say yes, when you want to say NO.

April 04, 2017
26 or 32 weeks: What's the new limit of maternity leave?
Take our weekly quiz on current affairs and tell us how you fare.

April 03, 2017
And the best Indian university is...
The Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore has been ranked at the top in the annual national rankings released by the HRD ministry.

When India's 10,000 brightest techies unite
Smart India Hackathon 2017 saw them build computer programmes or smartphone applications for 598 problems identified by different government departments.

April 01, 2017
Studying abroad: Are you financially ready?
Check how much fund you can arrange on your own.

March 31, 2017
Is this how we treat our doctors?
'Does it make any difference to you, that one of our doctors almost lost his vision, while you delayed in immediately getting the right care for your family member, as per his advice?'

March 30, 2017
Lawntuba: 4 musicians pursuing their dream
'We are not like those super privileged kids to whom the parents say "Jao beta. Studio khareed lo".'

March 29, 2017
Sexual harassment: Should you report or quit?
Neha Bagaria, founder and CEO, JobsForHer tells you how to handle the situation.

March 28, 2017
How to write a CV that'll win you an interview
Don't send the same CV for every job, says Dinesh Goel, co-founder and CEO, Aasaanjobs.

March 27, 2017
Why the doctors' strike ended as a bittersweet victory
For the patient, they are the face, hands, and voice of the hospital.

Does your bank balance define your success?
If you love what you do, wealth, power and fame will automatically follow.

March 25, 2017
Study abroad tips: The best university for MBA
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on entrance examinations, admission procedures at international universities.

March 24, 2017
High-school students, HCL will make you software engineers
Indian IT major HCL Technologies will provide training for three months to 100 students each in its Lucknow and Madurai campuses.

Students, don't travel abroad without these documents
Do you have an international driver's license?

'But who do we blame? Who do we beat up? Doctors!'
A resident doctor, working at a government hospital, upset by the poor response from the state government, offers his side of the story.

March 23, 2017
'There's more to life than just marks'

Gobsmacked by LinkedIn...
'Well, I'm out there and I don't know who knows me, but I do know that LinkedIn's algorithm definitely doesn't,' says Kanika Datta.

March 22, 2017
'As long as you are not deforming the music, it is fine'
An increasing number of young classical musicians are dabbling in fusion music, discovers Aditi Divekar.

Read the paper. Be curious. 10 habits that make you smart
Invest your time and resources to build your future.

March 21, 2017
Your IT job at risk? Here's a survival guide
Software employees can opt for company-run programmes, online courses, boot camps to upgrade skills.

First job interview? Don't rehearse your answers
Dinesh Goel, co-founder and CEO, Aasaanjobs shares crucial advice.

March 18, 2017
'GMAT is important in an MBA admission'
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on entrance examinations, admission procedures at international universities.

March 16, 2017
Despite Modi's wave, this MBA won Rae Bareli
It was a stunning victory for the US-educated rookie Congress candidate.

Start-up tips: Don't EVER make these mistakes
Being too optimistic could cost you dear.

March 15, 2017
Have you been harassed at work?
What did you do about it?

March 14, 2017
Look who hired IIM-A grads this year
The e-commerce firm recruited 18 post graduate students.

Dear students, do you have these life skills?
Learn to plan, organise, create and execute independently, Devi Singh, Vice Chancellor, FLAME University shares advice.

March 11, 2017
'Will cost of US education go up?'
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on entrance examinations, admission procedures at international universities.

March 10, 2017
Study abroad tips: How to crack your interview
The study abroad checklist you must have

March 08, 2017
100 best MBA schools in the world
Youth Incorporated's annual MBA rankings reveals the best.

10 things working women must know!
Sudha Menon, author of the recently released Devi, Diva Or She-Devil: The Smart Career Woman's Survival Guide, tells women how to get their due at work.

March 07, 2017
Why Indian MBAs don't have jobs yet
Uncertainty in the economy leads to fewer offers this year.

The 26 year old who leads Ignite India
'We are all unique and that is what I intend to drive home to parents.'

March 06, 2017
Placements drop by 5 per cent at IIM-C
It is not clear whether the drop in offers is a fallout of demonetisation.

Man's world? Not really, say these women
Thirteen women, who have broken gender stereotypes, reveal what it takes to do a 'man's job'.

March 04, 2017
How to prepare for an international university
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on entrance examinations, admission procedures at international universities.

March 03, 2017
Sudha Murty's tips for writers
"A writer must be like a sponge. I absorb everything from different parts of life."

March 01, 2017
End of American dream for Indian youth?
Experts say Indian students will have to accept that international space for them is shrinking.

Want to be an IAS officer?
All you need to know about preparing for the Civil Services examination

February 27, 2017
Beware! These mistakes ruin your office meeting
Invite only those people to the meeting who are going to be directly affected by the subject discussed.

Married? Why should you let it affect your career?
Faced with a situation where the spouse's transferable job keeps taking the family to different locations, thus jeopardising their own careers, many women simply fall off their career track and resign themselves to relocation every time their husband gets transferred, says Sudha Menon.

February 24, 2017
Job alert: Parliament may soon hire students as interns
Taking a leaf from the US, Canada and the UK, where students and research scholars get to work with Parliamentary panels, Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan is pushing for induction of interns in the Parliamentary standing committees.

February 23, 2017
The woman who cured Deepika Padukone
Meet Anna Chandy, chairperson of the Deepika Padukone-led Live Love Laugh Foundation.

February 21, 2017
Fear not students, there is hope in America
'They (students) were born in a borderless world, a world of the internet and a deep-seated belief that they could live and work anywhere they wished.'

Photography gave him what a tumour took away: Hope
His heart-warming journey will inspire you to live life to the fullest.

February 20, 2017
He gave up life in America to save India's babies
Ratul Narain -- the entrepreneur behind Bempu -- tells Shobha Warrier that despite the challenges and frustrations, he is living his dream.

February 18, 2017
'Is my son safe in the US?'
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on how to pick the right international education.

February 17, 2017
Good looks = better salary?
According to a new study, the more attractive you are, the higher your paycheck will be!

MUST WATCH: The magical one-man band
Gladson Peter has just one dream -- to put a smile on as many faces as he can.

February 16, 2017
Why she said NO to reservation
'I cannot say I believe in humanity and equality and do exactly the opposite.'

February 15, 2017
Rejected for her weight, she became a beauty queen
At 62 kg, Miss Indore Mannat Singh, who recently walked at the LFW is struggling to gain acceptance on the catwalk.

February 10, 2017
Chocolicious! The best job in the world
The man who tastes chocolates for a living has tasted over 2,200 chocolates from different countries in the last two years, says T E Narasimhan.

The Indian sixth-graders who are taking on Siri
At the GO-JEK hackathon in Bengaluru, there were over 100 people working on their projects. Most were between the ages of 25 and 30. All except the CoderDragons: Mrinal Jain is 11, and Shreyas Katuri is 12. Nikita Puri meets the pre-teens who are building a virtual voice assistant named Erica.

CampusAlert: Slowdown hits new IIMs
IIM-Udaipur is yet to place 20 of its 144 students.

February 09, 2017
Life Lessons from a super achiever!
Teju Ravilochan thinks being unreasonable has so much potential that he named his company the Unreasonable Institute.

Can you trust your co-worker based on his/her star signs?
Virender Kapoor's latest book discusses the Twelve Essential Abilities of ­Extraordinary People based on their star signs.

February 08, 2017
Your old computer can educate a child thanks to them
Raghav tells's Shobha Warrier how he and his cousin Mukund co-founded Renew IT, which refurbishes discarded computers and makes them affordable for the poor in rural India.

Top 10 bank exams to prepare for in 2017
Timely preparation and picking the right questions will help you crack these examinations and secure a job.

February 03, 2017
This designer wants to dress Narendra Modi
One of India's best-dressed designers Gaurav Khanijo reveals his ultimate dream. Is NaMo listening?

February 02, 2017
Fly your name to the moon for Rs 500
Contributors to Team Indus project will have names etched on an object going to space.

February 01, 2017
The first gender neutral model to walk for LFW
Petr Nitka's advice for Indians: 'It's time we destroyed prejudices and stereotypes'

LFW GenNext: Meet the new kids on the block
These young guns will introduce fresh designs into Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2017.

January 30, 2017
How to be a smart team player
Be a broker of capabilities; know where you can get help.

Why an Indian CEO finds Trump 'inspiring'
Devita Saraf, the founder of Vu Televisions, tells Karan Choudhury why she issued a front page newspaper ad praising Donald Trump last week.

January 27, 2017
Hire local: Infosys mantra in the Trump era
All major Indian IT services providers are keenly watching US President Donald Trump's potential actions on immigration law. Ayan Pramanik reports.

4,000 farmers owe their livelihoods to her

January 25, 2017
The roar of Blank Noise
Geentanjali Krishna reports on the non-profit public art initiative that is working for freedom from fear and restrictions for women.

January 23, 2017
3 ways to communicate better at work
Instead of branding every situation as 'I am busy', it may be well worth to spend a few extra seconds and say what is it that is keeping you busy.

Do you suffer from nomophobia?
Most people have this permanent nervousness about somebody separating them from their smartphones.

January 21, 2017
'How important are university rankings?'
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on how to pick the right international education.

January 20, 2017
These cover girls are awesome, and so inspiring!
Let them inspire you too!

January 18, 2017
Do you want a job in the telecom sector?
Nearly 20 lakh jobs will be up for grabs for those having skill such as IoT, mobility solutions, telecom infrastructure, network architectures, sales among others.

How is DL MBA different from regular MBAs?
In a first, IIMA launches 2-year distance learning course

How to build a fantabulous team
As a function head or a founder, it is your primary role to get good people excited to work for you or your firm, feels T N Hari, head of HR, BigBasket.

January 17, 2017
The Chaiwalli who's taking the Internet by storm
At 27, Uppma Virdi is telling stories, connecting cultures and making a killing out of chai.

January 16, 2017
They quit jobs at Google, Apple to build the Uber for ambulances
Ambee, an Ambulance-hailing app, is set for commercial rollout. Sharath Chowdary profiles the Uber-backed firm that aims to bring online 50% of ambulances across 60 Indian cities over 5 years.

Why Anjali will make waves at Lakme Fashion Week
Anjali Lama will walk for the very first time at the coming Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort Week 2017.

January 14, 2017
'My son wants to pursue MBA abroad'
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra offers advice.

January 13, 2017
The scary story of higher education in India
21st century may have witnessed expansion of higher educational institutions, but who can afford it? Sushree Panigrahi & Jeet Singh look at the numbers.

January 12, 2017
'The idea is to promote research as a career'
'India is a country where many of the problems need local solutions and some be solved using basic science.'

January 10, 2017
#WheelchairWarrior: This 26 yr old's courage will amaze you
Specially abled Sai Kaustuv Dasgupta talks about how he wants to make his life a message to all the 'wheelchair warriors'.

January 09, 2017
The latest hiring trend at the IITs!
Core sectors like manufacturing were the second largest recruiters at the newer IITs.

What youngsters can learn from Dhoni
As M S Dhoni stepped down as India's ODI and T20 captain, some honest words from Captain Cool.

January 07, 2017
Study abroad: What does a deferral letter mean?
International education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on how to pick the right international education.

January 06, 2017
In photos: Making of the next A R Rahman
On Oscar and Grammy-winning composer A R Rahman's 50th birthday we take you inside his dream music school -- the K M Music Conservatory.

January 05, 2017
30 Under 30: The world is watching these Indian super achievers
Meet the desis who made the cut this year.

January 04, 2017
Meet India's only practising taxidermist
Mumbai's Santosh Gaikwad is on a mission to preserve India's wildlife for future generations, says Nikita Puri.

No holidays please! We are Indian
Repeated surveys have shown that India is among the world's top vacation-deprived countries. Kanika Datta reflects on our work-life balance - the lack thereof that is.

January 03, 2017
Why Savitribai's life is an inspiration for all
How did a young girl with no formal education become one of India's most inspiring teachers and social reformers?

January 02, 2017
Would you pay Rs 1 lakh for your child's study trip?
Schools adopt international curriculum, that requires increased number of non-classroom experiences.

How to crack India Post Payments Bank Exam
More than five lakh aspirants will take the exam on January 7 and 8, 2017.

December 31, 2016
8 designers who did India proud in 2016
From New York to London, their fame spread far and beyond

December 30, 2016
Best advice 2016: 'Your education should never be over'
From Sheryl Sandberg to Steven Spielberg, we bring you the best of advice from successful icons and change makers.

December 26, 2016
Welcome to Smart India Hackathon 2017!
Whether you are a mobile App designer, a systems designer or a person with strong data analytical skills, there is a problem you can take on and solve and take India Forward.

December 23, 2016
5 inspiring movies that'll change your life
Find out how Will Smith fought all adversities to come out a winner in Pursuit of Happyness.

December 22, 2016
How this Kerala hacker tricked Apple
Engineering student Hemanth Joseph, who bypassed Apple's activation lock, is now the poster boy for a young community of ethical hackers.

December 21, 2016
The engineer who won Miss Supranational
Srinidhi Shetty on her journey from small town girl to the toast of the world.

5 mistakes you're making on LinkedIn
Nobody will be willing to connect with someone who has a blank picture on your profile.

December 20, 2016
Lessons from my internship: An MBA shares her story
Upasana Modi from WeSchool, Mumbai shares her experience.

December 19, 2016
Poor test scores? Blame it on the Internet
Surfing the internet in class is linked to poorer test scores, even among the most intelligent and motivated of students, warns a study.

Why you must NEVER wear these to work!
Avoid bright, loud colours, distracting prints.

December 17, 2016
Is it expensive to study in the US?

December 16, 2016
How a 'yogini' became an Internet sensation
Yoga trainer Natasha Noel's flexibility and amazing balance is going to make your jaws drop!

December 15, 2016
Ravish Kumar, the news anchor who doesn't fear failure
Today, he is one of India's best known television anchors, whose mails are hacked by Legion.

December 13, 2016
'The Navy transforms you as a person'
Captain Krishna Swaminathan, Commanding Officer of the INS Vikramaditya, India's majestic aircraft carrier, and naval pilot Lieutenant Commander Lalit Yadav tell's Prasanna D Zore why the Indian Navy is a "very, very good" career option.

Read: 5 career rules that make no sense
Is it a bad idea to quit your job to study?

December 12, 2016
How to crack IIT-JEE 2017
With less than five months to go, it's time you fine tuned your skills and assessed your preparation for the big day.

'Pink slips are a reality; deal with it'
No one is indispensable, says Lakshmi Murthy, chief people officer, ITM Group of Institutions.

December 08, 2016
IIT placements: Where did the jobs go?
The number of offers per recruiter has come down by anywhere between 10 and 20 per cent at different IITs.

December 05, 2016
Assertive vs Aggressive: How to play the good boss
Let your team know that they have a voice and their voice matters, but also make sure you don't let your own voice drown.

December 04, 2016
Bike review: Benelli TNT 600 i ABS
Benelli's VFM street fighter finally gets ABS and we took it for a quick spin

December 03, 2016
CAT on Dec 4: Important tips for test takers
Candidates have to reach the test centre by 7.30 am (for the forenoon session) and by 1 pm (for the afternoon session).

December 02, 2016
Oracle makes highest offer of Rs 93 lakh at IIT-Guwahati

December 01, 2016
Expert tips to crack the CFA exam
In an online chat with readers, Vidhu Shekhar, Country Head - India, CFA Institute shared crucial advice to crack the competitive exam.

Good news! IISc among top 15 world universities
For the first time, an Indian university has made it to the top 15 of the Times Higher Education University Rankings.

November 24, 2016
Is the 9 to 5 shift a joke?
Workplaces around the globe are changing by the day and so are the rules.

Why the govt is promoting a 22 year old's book in 100 countries
The Ministry of External Affairs has added Divyasha's book to its largest library.

November 23, 2016
Michelle, Melania, Jackie: Who gets your vote?
Which of these past, present and future First Ladies has a strong sense of style?

At 80, this bodybuilder's life is an inspiration to all
How a former school secretary ditched her sedentary lifestyle and adopted fitness is a story you can't miss reading.

November 22, 2016
Guruspeak: 8 pieces of advice for India's youth
'Is standing in a queue any bigger sacrifice than that of a soldier's family?'

November 21, 2016
Is success all about money? Maybe not!
Success is subjective. It isn't an exam that one can relax after.

November 19, 2016
'I want to study at Harvard. Pls advice'
Education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on how to pick the right international education.

November 16, 2016
Dear boss, beware of your angry employees
Angry employees are more likely to engage in unethical behaviour at work, a new study has revealed.

November 15, 2016
7 ways to get noticed by recruiters
Create a LinkedIn account. Tailor your resume.

November 14, 2016
Have you met Alison Teal, the female Indiana Jones?
She travels the world in a pink bikini and a shares a powerful message of a clean and green Earth.

Children's Day: Pune girl's winning Google doodle
Anvita Telang, 11, wins the Doodle for Google contest 2016 and her doodle is on the search engine's home page today, November 14.

November 12, 2016
Study abroad: The best country to pursue PhD
International education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on how to pick the right international education.

November 11, 2016
Will Modi help Prince build a school for slum kids?
'If the future of the nation is lying on the streets, the future of India looks bleak.'

November 10, 2016
Modi's surgical strike on black money: 5 lessons to learn
A classic example of a leader who has chosen to risk everything for his vision.

November 09, 2016
5 tips to drive away mid-week blues
Take a 15-minute break from whatever it is that you're doing and listen to your favourite song.

November 08, 2016
The 5 important people in your start-up
Being employee light is the latest fad.

Meet the Wildlife Photographer of the Year
Nayan Khanolkar, Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2016, tells's Divya Nair his story.

November 07, 2016
How Jacqueline, Kalki led 1900 girls to set a world record
The girls timed their plank position for 60 seconds to create a new Guinness World record.

10 life lessons I learned from my travels
Do not follow the herd. Do what your heart tells you to

November 05, 2016
'The best country for engineering? Pls advice'
International education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on how to pick the right international education.

November 04, 2016
10 skills that will get you hired
LinkedIn brings you a list of skills that are highly sought after by recruiters.

The 10 creepiest professions in the world
Find out why clowns are feared so much.

November 03, 2016
Inspiring! How a water tank driver became Mr Asia 2016
The 25-year-old's story is an inspiration for young Indians.

How to get 100 percentile in CAT 2016
Time management is one of the most crucial factors of the CAT 2016 preparation.

November 02, 2016
'Universities are not preparing students for opportunities that exist'

How to dress smart for office
Avoid wearing oversized or undersized clothes.

October 31, 2016
Germany vs US: The best country to pursue masters
International education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on how to pick the right international education.

October 26, 2016
Why young techies must be very worried
'This is grim news for many reasons,' says Aakar Patel.

Why this model arranges funeral services
Model Daljeet Sean Singh wants to give people a meaningful farewell.

Took a career break? Don't feel guilty about it
Write your CV in such a manner that the employer looks past your break and hires you for who you are and the skill sets you possess.

October 24, 2016
10 things to consider before accepting a job offer
Just a hefty package wouldn't be enough.

October 22, 2016
India's best schools of 2016
The Education World India School Rankings 2016 ranks the country's best schools across 14 different parameters of excellence.

'How can I pursue engineering abroad?'
International education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on how to pick the right international education.

October 21, 2016
Top 7 blogging sites you must check out
Dear aspiring bloggers, have you heard of these sites?

October 20, 2016
Why New York honoured this Sikh designer!
New York-based Sikh designer and actor Waris Ahluwalia gets recognised for fighting racial discrimination in New York.

He overcame hunger and humiliation to study at the LSE
'The humiliation was so bad that I was broken inside.'

October 18, 2016
'Sunny Leone was in tears when she saw me'
'And there is today, when I want to live long and enjoy my life.'

October 17, 2016
Gurgaon-based bartender wins ticket to Paris
Prashant Rawalia, 24, will now compete with 80 contestants from across the world to win the prestigious MONIN Cup 2016.

6 things to do when you're serving notice period
Remember, you're just leaving the organisation and not the industry, so you may need them in the future.

October 15, 2016
'What scope do I have to get a job in US?'
International education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on how to pick the right international education.

October 14, 2016
This actress wants to clothe 1 lakh needy Indians
'Why would I become like anyone else?'

October 13, 2016
Good news! PM Modi gifts a new IIM to Jammu
The Union Cabinet today approved the establishment and operationalisation of IIM at Jammu from the academic year 2016-17.

How to crack the CAT 2016
Be prepared to attempt a zillion questions before you take the actual CAT, says Prof Uday Salunkhe.

He wants to make India read
'My aim is to get them interested in books.'

October 12, 2016
Want to be successful in your 40s? Start now!
As millennials, the biggest advantage we have on our hands is time.

October 10, 2016
10 skills that'll help you earn more money
If not a full time career, learning some of these skills will help you create additional sources of income along with a regular job.

October 08, 2016
Start-up tips: How to handle conflict
Conflict happens in start-ups. It happens more often than we imagine, because not all conflicts come to light, says well-known Indian American venture capitalist, Desh Deshpande.

Study abroad FAQs: How to pick the right college
International education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on how to pick the right international education.

October 05, 2016
Five websites you MUST check every day
These sites will teach you something useful in less than 30 minutes.

October 04, 2016
Abhishek's dad is a NREGA worker. He's now in IIT
'I think about all the hardships he'd undergone to put me in a good school and give me the best of coaching.'

11 best ways to improve your productivity
Turn off mobile/web alerts. Prioritise tasks. Do not multi-task.

October 03, 2016
How to rock your first day at work
Dress well. Be polite and helpful. Look around for opportunities where you can put your skills to use.

September 30, 2016
How to write an impressive e-mail
Keep it interactive. Be creative and relevant.

September 29, 2016
The 24 year old who wants to feed India
Ankit Kawatra's Feeding India has already fed more than 1 million people.

September 27, 2016
10 start-up ideas for Indian MBAs
Think organic food, affordable homes, artificial intelligence, suggests Prof Manmeet Barve.

September 26, 2016
The top 10 universities in the world
The Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2016 is out.

September 24, 2016
'Should I go for CAT or GMAT?'
International education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on how to pick the right international education.

September 23, 2016
World's most desirable man is an Indian!
'If you ask me what is God, I'd say, God is Mr World.'

Last date to register for CAT is September 27
The deadline for sending in applications for the Common Admission Test (CAT) is 5 pm, Tuesday, September 27.

September 22, 2016
Proud moment! 31 Indian universities in world rankings
The Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore is India's top institution in the 'Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2016-17.

Why this North East designer matters to India
'People didn't know of my presence until they saw my saris at the Lakme Fashion Week.'

September 21, 2016
How to write a bestseller: Tips from Agatha Christie
Christie often stated that she would plan out the murder or event first and then set the introduction, background and resolution following it.

Why did Facebook gift this student Rs 21 lakh?
Engineering student Arun Suresh Kumar reported two significant security-related bugs to Facebook.

September 20, 2016
'Men cannot multitask as women do'
Uzma Irfan, daughter of Irfan Razak, chairman and managing director of the Prestige Group tells how she balances family and work.

September 19, 2016
5 important people you must have in your network
Make it a point to build key relationships with seniors who matter.

September 17, 2016
'Is studying in the UK is no longer viable?'
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on how to pick the right international education.

September 16, 2016
This is why five Super 30 students will be flying to Japan
Ujjwal Priyank, Aman Nasim, Subham Raj, Aditya Prakash and Sidhant Mohan would travel to Japan between November 6 and 13.

He begged once. Now this engineer needs your help!
Jayavel was rescued from begging and through his hard work and determination has now won a scholarship to complete his engineering in Italy.

7 tips for young entrepreneurs
If you are an ace at solving crises, you have already mastered the game.

September 14, 2016
How Kavin Bharti Mittal starts his day
Exercise. Check e-mails. Wake up to a cup of tea.

September 12, 2016
4 life lessons you can learn from your father
Learn by doing. Your priorities matter. Lead by example.

September 09, 2016
What drains your time and energy at work?
Avoid personal chats during your working hours unless it is urgent or unavoidable.

September 08, 2016
'Promoting khadi is the mission of my life'
'Khadi is my passion. The only idea behind this start up is to promote and popularise khadi.'

How to start a business with ZERO investment
Start with social media. Find free selling platforms.

9 types of employees you'll find in every office
No matter where you work, there will always be that one person who is seemingly forever grumpy.

The acid attack survivor who will walk the ramp in New York
'Life goes on.'

September 07, 2016
Dear PM Modi, will you support this girl?
The 11-yr-old has already earned the sobriquet 'Nanhi Jalpari'

How to start-up: Lessons from <em>Naukri</em> founder founder Sanjeev Bikchandani shares his inspiring journey from zero to the top and the lessons he learned along the way.

September 06, 2016
'I don't understand why men feel sex is so important'
Straight talk from Femina Miss India Earth 2011 Hasleen Kaur.

September 02, 2016
12 tips to make a great first impression
It only takes seconds for someone to judge us.

'It is the best time to be an entrepreneur. Think big!'
'The only way to create more jobs is to make sure that we anticipate the skills that will be required in the future and prepare ourselves for those skills.'

August 31, 2016
10 employee habits that are good for success
Encourage them to speak up, take charge and focus on results.

August 30, 2016
'Unschooled' 17-year-old Indian girl makes it to MIT
Four years ago, Malvika Raj Joshi quit schooling to explore her love for different subjects.

What books do Jeff Bezos, Tim Cook read?
The world's top CEOs highly recommend these books. Have you read them yet?

August 24, 2016
Are you happy with your salary? Tell us!
What are your expectations for pay and promotion?

August 23, 2016
India's Pride@Rio: Fighters all the way
They shut up the naysers with sheer success.

August 22, 2016
He turned his disability into his greatest gift
Nitesh Sonawane did not let his disability come in the way of his musical dream. In fact, he made it his strength.

August 20, 2016
Want to apply to American universities?
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on how to pick the right international education.

August 19, 2016
Brazil to Bollywood: Is she the hottest new model?
She's already worked with SRK and Salman and finds India safer than Brazil.

August 18, 2016
5 lessons from Dipa Karmakar, India's golden girl
Dipa Karmakar's achievement, says Divya Nair, has lessons for us all.

August 16, 2016
Want to befriend your boss? Beware!
You do not want to be the subject of office gossip, do you?

August 13, 2016
The best colleges for higher education
Education consultant NNS Chandra offers advice on how to pick the right international university.

August 11, 2016
They are now the string pullers
A crafts NGO in New Delhi is giving wings to India's first all-women puppeteer group, discovers Geetanjali Krishna.

How to keep your employees happy
Great work needs to be recognised and rewarded.

August 10, 2016
5 unusual jobs that pay really well
these are actual jobs!

August 08, 2016
6 things we say to our bosses (and what we really mean)
It's okay to sprout some lies and tell people what they want to hear.

August 06, 2016
Study US: How to get admitted in a top university
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on how to pick the right international education.

August 05, 2016
5 habits of highly successful people
Successful people have mastered these habits! What about you?

August 04, 2016
How to build a great relationship with your employees

August 03, 2016
Why love and entrepreneurship are just the same
If it ain't love, it ain't entrepreneurship.

August 02, 2016
What does work-life balance mean to you? Tell us!
Would you like to work from home or prefer flexi work hours?

How NOT to ask for a raise
Do not compare your salary with your co-workers.

August 01, 2016
The man who can't resist challenges!
Satyarup Siddhanta has just one mountain to go before he completes the Seven Summits, the tallest mountains in each of the seven continents.

5 things to do with your first salary
Save some, live some.

July 30, 2016
Why are people going for university tours?
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on how to pick the right international education.

July 29, 2016
5 things mentally strong people do
Can you say NO confidently?

July 28, 2016
How to get a Central government job
In an online chat with readers, Amit Chaudhary from Sarkari Jobs answered queries on how to crack the SSC Combined Graduate Level exam.

Start-up tips: How to build a winning culture
If you don't design a winning culture, a culture will get created by default. And, most often than not, it's not pretty, says well-known Indian American venture capitalist, Desh Deshpande.

July 27, 2016
5 body language tricks that will land you your dream job
Sit straight; don't slouch. A warm smile helps.

Cycle chalao, ladki bachao
Two young cyclists have embarked on a cycling tour across India with an aim to support girl child education.

Chat@3: How to get a Central Government job
Amit Chaudhary from Sarkari Jobs will answer your queries on how to crack the SSC Combined Graduate Level exam.

July 26, 2016
Indian prodigies we should be proud of!
As we celebrate the spirit of childhood, here are some children who've made India proud.

5 harmful office habits you must give up right away
Being a gossip-monger is not going to help your career in any way.

July 25, 2016
10 phrases to avoid in professional e-mails
Refrain from using colloquial terms.

July 22, 2016
8 offbeat courses we bet you haven't heard about
These offbeat courses will guarantee you a job.

July 21, 2016
Want a Central government job?
Here are some tips to help you crack the Staff Selection Commission Combined Graduate Level Examination.

Is it a good idea to switch your career?
Do not make a hasty move. It is advisable to test the waters before you take the plunge.

July 20, 2016
7 tips to impress in a telephonic interview
Listen carefully. Speak in a consistent tone.

July 19, 2016
'I'd like to change the way people wear socks'
Anusha Jain was 21 when she took over her father's business. In four years, she has clocked 1.5x growth for the company.

July 18, 2016
14 things you must never tell your boss
Complaining about work or colleagues won't help you much.

July 16, 2016
Expert tips: The best options to study in the US
In an online chat with readers, NNS Chandra offered advice on how to pursue an education abroad.

July 15, 2016
Should underperforming students be held back before Class 9?
Is no-detention policy encouraging performance anxiety among students in higher classes?

5 simple ways you can improve your productivity
The way you keep your desk reflects on how organised your life is.

July 14, 2016
How to supercharge your employees
Praise publicly, but reprimand privately.

July 13, 2016
Dear 20-something entrepreneur...
Follow these 10 commandments for success in your enterprise.

July 12, 2016
'No central directive to wear khadi at IIT-B'
IIT-B director denies controversy over wearing khadi at the convocation ceremony next month.

GRE tips: How to get the perfect score
Analysis is the key to improvement.

5 business lessons from Sultan
Don't give up on large goals in hard times.

July 11, 2016
5 tips to draft a winning CV
Be honest, specific and keep it error-free.

July 09, 2016
'Should I quit my job to study abroad?'
In an online chat with readers, NNS Chandra offers career advice.

July 08, 2016
How to apply for Rhodes Scholarship 2017
Selected candidates will get to pursue a fully funded course of their choice at the University of Oxford.

How to work less and get more done
Focus on one thing. Get it done and move on to the next.

July 07, 2016
Meet the entrepreneur who is giving a voice to victims of sexual abuse to speak up
Convincing people and corporate heads that her age had nothing to do with her capabilities proved to be a challenge for this young achiever!

Start up advice: 'Be wary of high failure rate'

July 04, 2016
Poll: Should employers decide what you wear to work?
Who decides what's appropriate or not? Take the poll and let us what you feel.

'Miracles do happen if you are patient'
When 27-year-old Karthik Kamalakannan founded Skcript with his friend Swathi Kakarla in December 2013, little did he realise that it would become the Pied Piper of India one day.

How to keep your CV trash-free
The goal should be to have a resume that grabs attention.

'It is the parent's expectations that kill the child'
'Every parent knows his or her child's potential. The problem is that they are not ready to accept it. They think they can push the child beyond his capacity.'

July 01, 2016
4 investment mistakes that result in losses
Most of the investing risk comes from the amazingly wrong, stupid, egoistic assumptions that we make. Here are four of them...

June 30, 2016
The Indian teen scaling the world's highest peaks
Jaahnavi Sriperambuduru wants to be the youngest person to scale the seven summits of the world.

June 29, 2016
Just 17, he could become India's F1 sensation
Still too young to drive on Indian roads, 17-year-old Jehan Daruvala, a speedster from Mumbai, could become India's first Formula One champion.

How a differently-abled boy cleared the IIT entrance exam
Due to his determination and his brother's efforts Basant Kumar Pandit is one step closer to attaining his dream.

June 28, 2016
7 smart ways to keep your employees happy
Always respect your employees and treat them as equals.

Have you been 'Honeyed'? 'Babed'? 'Darlinged'?
We women are often at the receiving end of such ignorance -- often from sexist ignoramuses, says Veenu Sandhu.

June 27, 2016
How to draft a creative CV
Ditch the traditional CV, put your skills to good use.

June 23, 2016
Sigh! No good college despite 92% in Class 12
The prospects of getting a good course in a good college with an aggregate of 92 per cent are bleak, says a parent.

9 smart ways to end a conversation
Avoid making eye contact. Try to face away from the speaker.

June 22, 2016
Need to say something? Just say it
It's all too easy to underestimate how damaging silence can be.

June 21, 2016
Study abroad: How to get into your dream school
If you are looking at studying abroad, make sure that you have a flawless college application.

5 things you should never tell your future employer
If you want the job of your dreams, be watchful of what you say in the job interview.

June 20, 2016
Does a woman's career end after marriage?
Ojasvi Soni talks about how life changed for her post marriage.

June 15, 2016
Helping co-workers can tire you: Study
Helping co-workers too often may lead to mental and emotional exhaustion and hurt your job performance, a new study has warned.

Vote: Dear or Respected Smriti Irani?
What would have been the most appropriate way to address the HRD minister?

Where do great ideas come from?
'Originals' drive creativity and change in the world.

June 14, 2016
QS University Rankings 2016: IISc, 4 IITs among Asia's top 50
The Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore, which is placed 33rd this year.

Is your office planning an off-site?
It's meant to be a corporate rah-rah to encourage office bonding and bonhomie. But is it really, asks Kishore Singh.

10 amazing inventions by women
You cannot imagine your life without these modern inventions, can you?

June 13, 2016
28 students from Super 30 crack IIT-JEE
Among the successful students include wards of marginal farmer, daily wager and small time teachers.

I trusted in my abilities: IIT-JEE topper Aman Bansal
Jaipur's first IIT-JEE topper Aman Bansal shares his success mantra.

June 11, 2016
Study abroad tips: What's the best time to apply?
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice.

June 10, 2016
Start-up tips: How to build a great product
Understand your customers and have a clear vision.

June 09, 2016
Do you want to be a voice artist?
The career is both diverse and complex.

June 08, 2016
5 lessons Muhammad Ali taught the world
The silver-tongued boxing champion's life story is full of inspiration.

June 07, 2016
How to deal with a horrible boss
A bad boss can be more than enough to make your life miserable, and unfortunately, they are not that uncommon.

June 06, 2016
7 lessons from Matt Damon's MIT speech
Actor Matt Damon addressed the graduating class of 2016 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

Maha SSC results declared: 90% pass in the state
The MSBSHSE has declared the Maharashtra Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Class 10 exam result today.

Check Maharashtra SSC Results on
Results of the Maharashtra Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Class 10 exam will be announced today, June 6, 2016, 1 pm onwards

June 03, 2016
#Artivism: This 17-yr-old is using art to change mindsets
Kaanchi Chopra's blog posts talk about issues like body shaming, colour discrimination, gender inequality.

June 02, 2016
India's first women's Frisbee team dares to dream
India's first women's frisbee team is up for the challenge as the World Ultimate and Guts Championship beckons.

Study abroad: What to expect in a visa interview
The officer can ask a few unrelated questions to know your real interests and objectives.

June 01, 2016
Want to be a leader? 6 things to avoid
Replace authority and hierarchy with team building and collective participation.

May 31, 2016
41 films, 101 awards, but this filmmaker has no takers
Hyderabad-based Anshul Sinha is making hard hitting films on important social issues, but there are no takers.

May 30, 2016
Must read: The Harvard grad's speech that went viral
Donovan Livingston, a master's graduate from Harvard university delivered a poetic address to the graduating class of 2016.

How thick-skinned are you?
Let's ignore the heartlessness of some people around us.

May 27, 2016
Indian-American kids sweep Spelling Bee
Jairam Jagadeesh Hathwar, 13, and Nihar Saireddy Janga, 11, were declared co-champions of the Scripps National Spelling Bee.

Losing your mojo? Here's how to get it back
Put a spring back into your step with these simple tips.

May 26, 2016
Top science careers to pursue after class 12
Think beyond engineering and medicine.

12-year-old Indian-American wins Nat Geo Bee contest
Seven of the 10 finalists were Indian-Americans.

May 25, 2016
Mah HSC results declared: 87 per cent pass in the state
This year too, girls outshined the boys.

Why you must run a 'dhanda' before starting up
How about working for a company without pay just to learn various skills?

Maharashtra Board HSC exam Results 2016 on
The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Class XII (HSC) Results will be declared today, May 25, 2016 at 1 pm.

May 24, 2016
7 Indian-Americans among 10 finalists of Nat Geo Bee contest
The winner will receive USD 50,000 in college scholarship and lifetime membership of the National Geographic Society.

What does work-life balance mean?
If we don't design our lives, someone else will design it for us.

May 23, 2016
Want to be an animator?
If you have the skills, the sky is the limit.

12-yr-old Tanishq Abraham to become doctor at 18
Tanishq Abraham has already been accepted by two universities to study medicine.

Busted! 4 myths about women entrepreneurs
One of the most common myths out there is that you just won't have a life outside of work.

May 21, 2016
Study Abroad tips: The best undergrad courses in the US
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on how to pick the right international education.

May 20, 2016
IAS topper: 'I want to fight corruption'
Meet Jasmeet Singh Sandhu who ranked third in the Union Public Service Commission exam this year.

May 19, 2016
What I learnt from interning with a start-up
The internship, with all its highs and lows, changed the way that I deal with life now.

May 18, 2016
'There are no shortcuts to success'
Athar Aamir Ul Shafi Khan is thrilled that he stood second in his second attempt at cracking the prestigious UPSC civil services examination.

Working in a start-up? Why you should worry
Fun and games at start-ups have ended as easy money dries up.

He begged for a living, now owns a Rs 30 crore empire
Once a beggar, Renuka Aradhya's company has a turnover of Rs 30 crore and employs 150 people.

May 17, 2016
Studying abroad: Is it worth the investment?
If you're looking for immediate returns, it is unlikely to happen in today's environment

3 tips to nail your next start-up interview
Do your homework. Understand your priorities. Know what to ask them.

'I wanted to go to the best school in the country'
In our series on Super30 achievers, we find out how Aquibur Rahman has fared since he cleared his IIT-Joint Entrance Exam.

May 16, 2016
Shake off those awful Monday blues
The more prepared you are, the less anxiety-prone you will be.

The most honest, heartfelt speech you'll ever hear
Facebook's COO Sheryl Sandberg spoke about success, surviving loss and failure to the graduating class of 2016 at UC Berkeley.

Modi@2: The PM's biggest challenge
So, has 'achche din' arrived for all those young Indians eager to find jobs?

May 14, 2016
'How to get a better pay raise?'
In a recent chat with readers, Utkarsh Rai, author of Faster, Smarter, Higher, addressed queries on how employees can deal with their bosses.

May 13, 2016
10 career choices smarter than an MBA
Why spend so much moolah on pursuing an MBA degree, when you can advance your career with these career options.

May 12, 2016
Study abroad tips: How to crack your visa interview
Provide necessary documents. Be calm and confident.

May 11, 2016
Chat@3: How to handle your boss
Join us for a chat with Utkarsh Rai, author of Faster, Smarter, Higher, on Thursday, May 12, between 3 pm and 4 pm IST.

How to manage your manager
Have you ever come forward to save your boss from a bad decision?

May 10, 2016
How to get the perfect GMAT score
Consider each and every answer choice and eliminate the wrong ones.

'I have a degree, why should I bother about soft skills?'
While technical skills can land you a job interview, soft skills will help you stand out and climb up the career ladder.

May 07, 2016
What are the best options for MBA abroad?
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra offers advice.

May 06, 2016
Love her, hate her, but you can't ignore her!
How a trainee copywriter turned nto the most popular girl on the Internet.

Here's how you can become a great leader
The clearer you are about your vision and your mission, the more authentic you're going to be be in your delivery values and beliefs.

May 05, 2016
How to deal with a co-worker you dislike
Follow these three rules.

May 03, 2016
10 traits every hiring manager wants in a new hire
These qualities will put you on top of the game.

May 02, 2016
'When I had no food and only Rs 50 in my pocket'
Kshitij Mehra founder of Yuvshaala shares an incident from his life.

Are you doing what you love for a living?
Ask for advice, but don't always take it.

April 30, 2016
'Is work experience important for MBA?'
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on how to pick the right international education.

April 29, 2016
10 reasons you're not getting that promotion
It is not just about meeting performance goals, say hiring managers.

April 28, 2016
Is job hopping a good idea?
Anushka Saboo explores the possibilities of whether the grass is really greener on the other side.

April 27, 2016
IIT-JEE (Main) results to be announced today
The results will decide the fate of 12 lakh aspirants in the country.

10 skills employers want in YOU
Find out if you have these skills in you.

April 26, 2016
Want to be a model? Read this
Nagaland-born Carol Humtsoe talks about about her journey as a model.

Working from home: Dream or nightmare?
Durba Dhyani set out to work from home and here's what she discovered.

Connecting women to technology
The National Digital Literacy Mission is helping educated women turn around their lives.

April 25, 2016
How to draft a perfect CV
Your CV should ideally be under two pages.

April 23, 2016
'How to get admitted in a good school in the US?'
International overseas consultant NNS Chandra offers advice.

April 22, 2016
He made education accessible to over 11,000 rural kids
From 17 pre-school centres to 285 in less than five years - Hippocampus has brought the joy of learning to kids.

April 21, 2016
Suicides won't take sheen off this coaching hub
'Kota is good if you are good' and 'Kota can make you or break you' are two cryptic statements Kota students often offer to explain life in their world.

Top banker's must-read tips to her daughter
India's top banker Chanda Kochhar shares valuable life lessons in a letter to her daughter.

April 20, 2016
Origami in high heels
Designer Runa Ray, whose edgy line inspired by an ancient discipline made it to the February New York Fashion Week, discussed the showing with Tista Sengupta/

Are you ready to start your own business?
As an entrepreneur the most important quality you have to have is that all consuming passion to become an entrepreneur.

April 19, 2016
7 soft skills that will get you hired
Are you self motivated? Have you lead a team before? Can you deliver under pressure?

April 18, 2016
Studying abroad? 6 rules you should never break
Are you overstaying on an F1 visa?

Decoding Kota: India's coaching capital
Kota, Rajasthan, is both a beacon for the educationally deprived and a cynical place in which 16-year-olds live in Dickensian boarding houses, while teachers drive Audis.

Why is Modi talking about Temsutula Imsong?
Meet the cleanliness warrior from Nagaland who is cleaning up the holy ghats of Varanasi...

12 things they don't teach you in college
Here are some valuable skills we wish we had learned in college to prepare us for real life.

April 14, 2016
Remembering Veenu Paliwal, the biker who inspired a generation
The woman who broke stereotypes breathed her last on April 11 this year.

How to build a powerful personality
Dress well. Look confident. Control your speech.

April 13, 2016
The pros and cons of dating a co-worker
Should you date your co-worker?

April 12, 2016
Warning! Smoking can kill your job prospects
It is not just injurious to your health, but smoking can harm your career and your earning power too, finds a new study.

The 'checklist' before you join an early-stage start-up
The whole game is about 'who wants who' more desperately?

April 11, 2016
'Indian girls should be brave'
Meet model Smita Lasrado, the Mumbai girl who is turning on the heat at international runways for labels like Chanel, Vivienne Westwood, Etam etc.

How to bag a summer internship
Be prepared. Know where to look.

'I survived. So can you'
Hailing from a village having no electricity, Ankur Mishra now runs two start-ups, educates his community, gives TED Talks and is on his third novel.

April 07, 2016
IIT fee doubled; waiver for SC/ST, poor
The annual fee has been hiked from Rs 90,000 to Rs two lakh.

From bankruptcy to happiness: An amazing journey
Entrepreneur couple Vaani and AVIS Viswanathan share the secret to being happy.

April 06, 2016
Tricky interview questions and how to answer them
Read on to find out how to tackle them.

April 05, 2016
Should students work while studying?
Student jobs help aid students who are in financial need.

April 04, 2016
JNU, HCU among top 5 Indian universities
The National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) has released a list of top Indian universities across categories.

April 01, 2016
The Avaz of an autistic child
Ajit Narayanan's Avaz has transformed the lives of many autistic children across the world.

March 30, 2016
The billionaire's daughter who wants to impact the world
Over Lebanese delicacies, the daughter of billionaire Kumar Mangalam Birla talks money, relationships, her passions and how she outpaced her peers.

March 29, 2016
Exciting new designers you <EM>want</EM> to check out!
Creative and confident, these emerging fashion designers are the future of Indian fashion.

8 things you should know before starting a startup
Be prepared before taking the plunge from employee to entrepreneur.

March 28, 2016
What's the secret to happiness? Make it happen!
Here's how to make happiness happen to you.

March 25, 2016
Meet delivery 'boy' Sreekumari S
She is one of the first women to ride into the male-dominated world of e-commerce delivery agents -- or 'delivery associates' as they are called at Amazon.

March 23, 2016
'I never wanted to get a job'
Meet 20-yr-old Aditya Vikram, a self-learned app developer who chose starting a business over a formal education.

March 22, 2016
Developing skills for life
With a market-oriented approach, an NGO in Delhi is ensuring the skills it imparts finds value with employers.

10 valuable lessons that sports teaches us
Hit hard. Don't give up. Just do it!

March 21, 2016
India's first all-women crew set to sail around the world
Five young women are getting ready to circumnavigate the world.

March 18, 2016
Is the e-commerce hiring bubble about to burst?
Fewer e-commerce companies hired candidates from B-schools this year.

Last minute tips to crack the IIT JEE 2016
Ramesh Batlish, Head-FIITJEE Noida shares crucial advice for engineering aspirants.

7 steps to create the life you want
Here's how to trailblaze your own path...

March 17, 2016
'For me success is an everyday thing'
Ramesh Srivats, IIT-M, IIT-A, and a serial entrepreneur, is back in the game with, a gaming platform.

March 16, 2016
6 Indian-Americans among Intel Science Talent Search winners
Six Indian-American students have grabbed top positions in a competition of young innovators.

7 personality 'faults' that are actually good for you
The idea of marinating in your own mediocrity is actually a valuable lesson in shameless self-love.

March 15, 2016
10 tips to raise funds online
Understand the donors and target audience.

March 14, 2016
Meet the teacher who won a million dollar prize
Primary school teacher Hanan Al Hroub from a refugee camp in conflict-torn Palestine has won the Global Teacher Prize for educating her students about non-violence.

8 things no one will tell you about your first job
Don't divulge too much; stay away from office politics.

March 12, 2016
The best universities in the US and Canada
International education consultant NNS Chandra shares his advice.

March 11, 2016
Starting your own company? Hype vs reality
Are you starting up for the thrill of it?

March 10, 2016
StartUpIndia: 'Hope we can build a nation of micro entrepreneurs'
'It's absolutely crucial that the people we hire are motivated go-getters who can align with the company's long-term goals, culture and values.'

5 things your business card must have
A good business card should feel like a good handshake -- flexible but firm.

March 08, 2016
She's a biker. A single mom. And she does not believe in stereotypes
'Belonging to a Muslim family, I obviously had my own set of issues to deal with but I don't remember my father saying 'no' to anything.'

Meet the women behind Mangalyaan mission

10 mindsets every woman needs to break
Learn to stop being nice to everyone.

'Women should become pillars of support for each other'
'You can't force people to change. You can only give them the option. Freedom is about options, whether you choose to be who you want to be,' says Kalki Koechlin.

March 07, 2016
6 ways to get into an Ivy League school
If you have a 15-to-17 year old looking to fly off to the land of opportunity, Anjuli Bhargava tells you how you could secure admission into an Ivy League college.

The top 100 universities in the world
Harvard tops the list this year.

Playing cupid to the differently-abled
Kalyani Khona is helping the disabled find love.

March 05, 2016
'I knew the heights I wanted to scale'
Vaishali Sarwankar is one of the only 3 Indian women to survive international commodity trading.

Study Abroad: Your questions answered!
Overseas educational consultant shares his advice.

March 03, 2016
'If this is not worth the try, then what is?'
Lawyer turned entrepreneur Parama Ghosh shares her story.

'Women must stop feeling guilty'
Acid attack crusader Laxmi Aggarwal's exceptional rise from an accident is sure to inspire you.

March 02, 2016
Two youngsters and their passion for cow dung
'If all them use biogas to cook, millions of LPG units and firewood can be saved.'

March 01, 2016
How to be a great leader: Tips for women
Anchor yourself in fundamental truths, or principles.

February 29, 2016
How to dress for a job interview
The smallest details can set you apart.

February 28, 2016
#Travel: 10 mesmerising images of India
Rediff readers share their best travel memories.

February 27, 2016
'What is the cost of a PG programme abroad?'
Consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on how to pick the right international education.

February 26, 2016
An open letter to a young graduate
Saksham Karwal shares the lessons he's learned along the way.

February 25, 2016
Creating junior sports stars in Asia
Aditi and Akshay Maliwal are mentoring young sports athletes from Asia to get through to top US universities.

February 24, 2016
Meet India's fastest piano player
This is Aman Bathla's story.

February 23, 2016
Who says girls can't make cars?
Two young women on what motivates them to break into the male bastion at the 2016 BAJA SAEINDIA.

How two 21-year olds plan to make Bharat Swachh
With the help of technology and a billion citizens, two engineering students are on a mission to make India clean.

February 22, 2016
This teacher swims to school
Abdul Malik, a Maths teacher, prefers to swim to save travel time.

How to build a well-connected network from scratch
The best time to network is before you actually need it.

February 21, 2016
The temporary failures of campus placements
The placement process at B-schools comes as close to psychological cannibalism as one is likely to witness.

February 20, 2016
Study Abroad: How to get into a top b-school
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on how to pick the right international career.

February 19, 2016
'India has talent. Our best asset is our people'
An excerpt from Conde Nast India's Make In India magazine.

4 hot careers that'll get you a job
Take a look at the skills that matter and how you can acquire them.

February 18, 2016
How to prepare for SSC CGL exam 2016
Lakhs of students appear for it every year. How are you preparing for it?

5 reasons why you must dress well at work
First impressions matter!

February 17, 2016
Top 8: Awesome innovations by Indian teens
These teens have interesting solutions to every day problems.

He's helping bring kids close to nature
Meet Gerry Martin, the first Indian to be selected as a National Geographic Adventurer.

February 16, 2016
What does the new SAT mean for you
Are the new changes helpful to test takers? Find out!

Reviving a 150-yr-old weaving art
Find out how 30-year-old Nupur Jain is reviving the dying art of Sujani.

February 15, 2016
'The journey of an entrepreneur is very, very, scary'
How many 22 year olds gets the ears and eyes of Yogi Deveshwar, Kumarmangalam Birla, Shashi Ruia, T V Narendran and Naveen Patnaik?

Should you lie on your CV?
Realise there is a difference between exaggerating and plain lies

February 12, 2016
Why art and humanities graduates need to start up
Non-engineers have been tagged as a less creative breed of students.

February 10, 2016
She wants to help clean the Ganga, but...
Twinkle Tom, an environmental engineer by training (from Stanford no less!), now designs wedding gowns because India, sadly, does not want her expertise and skill.

Why this 26 year old cycled from Mumbai to Goa
Sushil Reddy took a seven day trip to spread awareness on solar power.

February 09, 2016
#StartUpIndia: 'One should have conviction in one's ideas'

February 05, 2016
They are in the business of sexual wellness
Balaji T Vijayan and Ute Weimer talk about LoveTreats, their sexual wellness marketplace.

February 04, 2016
In pics: World's largest crochet blanket
More than 2500 women from 14 countries contributed to the blanket.

#StartUpIndia: 'Ideas are easy, implementation is hard'
'Today when I connect the dots I feel grateful about how I have been able to overcome and learn with every failure.'

5 body language mistakes to avoid
Nodding too much can make you seem spineless or sycophantic.

February 03, 2016
How a school dropout built a Rs 60 crore business
From extreme poverty to building a company worth Rs 60 crore, Raja Nayak's incredible rags-to-riches story is an inspiration for all.

February 02, 2016
10 super cool college campuses
Where education = fun!

Why do good employees quit?
People remember not what you told them, but how you made them feel.

February 01, 2016
Keeping up with the boards
Students are both bored and burnt out by the time the actual board exams show up.

Start Up India: 'Always focus on the journey, not goals'
'One must always have the vision which will guide the journey,' says Dinesh Goel, a chemical engineer from IIT-B, co-founder and CEO,, an online marketplace for entry-level and blue-collar job seekers.

January 28, 2016
Top 10 recruitment exams for 2016
From banking to teaching, the list covers all.

'Passion, persistence, patience: Key to being a successful entrepreneur'
'If there was ever a time to start up, it is the NOW and HERE!'

January 27, 2016
Insead tops FT MBA rankings. 3 Indian b-schools in top 100
Find out if your favourite business school features in the list.

Most challenging obstacles you'll face as a first-time entrepreneur
You too are likely to have struggled with one or more of these issues if your start-up is less than a year old.

January 25, 2016
South African mayor awards scholarships to virgin women
The scholarship has been introduced to encourage others to be 'pure and focus on school'.

11 things you need to do to get the raise you deserve
Be prepared, have a plan before you ask for a pay hike.

January 23, 2016
'I want to pursue masters in research'
In an online chat with readers overseas consultant NNS Chandra offered advice.

January 22, 2016
Two youngsters, 20 states and a truck full of books
Bhubaneswar-based Akshaya Rautaray and Satabdi Mishra are on a mission to promote reading.

January 21, 2016
She helps women find a career after a break
Saundarya Rajesh has helped more than 8,000 women get back to work.

How to balance work and home: Tips from a working mom
These are tips to help women struggling to find a middle ground.

January 20, 2016
How a nerdy biotech grad became Miss South India 2016
Chennai born Meera Mitun landed her first modelling break when she least expected it.

Life lessons from Amitabh, SRK, Kangana and Aamir
The book Effective People by Dr TV Rao features inspiring examples of success icons from across the world.

10 ways to keep your employees happy
Follow these guidelines to keep your team motivated and create a productive atmosphere.

January 19, 2016
The fascinating story of a 22-year-old snake rescuer
Gargi Vijaraghavan feels that the human species is a bigger danger to her beloved snakes.

January 15, 2016
Indian designer wins International Woolmark Prize
Fashion designer Suket Dhir has bagged the International Woolmark Prize for menswear, becoming the second from India in four years to win the Rs 48.5 lakh worth prestigious prize.

How fertile are you going to be in 2016?
It's very easy to become barren inside if you don't take care of yourself, says Shradha Sharma.

'Mediocre students can also crack the CAT'
Sabyasachi Mishra who scored a perfect 100 with just two months of preparation shares his study secrets.

January 14, 2016
Beware! Your boss can check your private chats
Be careful what you use your office computer for.

10 telephone etiquette tips you should keep in mind
Smile, sound upbeat and keep your communication short.

10 English words used only by Indians
Because English is such a funny language!

January 13, 2016
'When you reach the top, people will only see your success'
In his first attempt, Chirag Jha, a BTech student from the IIT-Bombay scored a perfect 100 in the CAT 2015 results declared earlier this year.

A fail-proof strategy to prep for your tests
Entrance exam aspirants, here's how you can be at the top of your game!

How to give a fabulous presentation
Follow these 5 tips to deliver a killer presentation.

January 12, 2016
10 communication mistakes you must avoid
Watch out for your tone and choice of words, says corporate trainer Nancy Katyal.

January 11, 2016
7 things you should do to change your life for the better
Break barriers, invest in your growth and be a role model.

January 09, 2016
Study US: How to pick the best MBA school
In an online chat with readers, overseas education consultant NNS Chandra addressed queries related to international admissions.

January 08, 2016
8 inspiring lessons I learned from street food vendors
Build something that customers love. And then sit back to enjoy it.

January 06, 2016
Want to escape the 9-to-5 grind?
Follow these steps and you'll never have to work again.

January 05, 2016
13 motivational quotes for a super-successful 2016
Presenting words of wisdom from inspiring speeches from personalities across sectors that will lead you to a positive path in 2016.

Returning to work after a career gap? Read this
Accept imperfection. Be prepared for choppy waters. Be open to change.

January 03, 2016
10 powerful TED Talks that'll change your life
Start your day with these powerful nuggets of wisdom from people who matter.

December 31, 2015
This Salman Khan is changing the way kids learn
Salman Khan of Khan Academy explains how he is pioneering the cause of free online education.

December 30, 2015
Online vs paper-based exam: Which is better?
'Parents, grandparents, candidates, academicians -- almost all the stakeholders have a view on it, so any change is hard to bring about.'

6 things that affected Indian students in 2015
A lot of student friendly changes were introduced this year.

Start-up trends that ruled India in 2015
From mass layoffs to acquisitions, here's how the Indian start-up industry kept us on our toes.

December 29, 2015
A beauty pageant with a difference
The Mr and Miss Wheelchair India (MMWI) 2015 is a unique pageant organised and performed by people on wheelchairs.

This CA quit his job to teach slum kids

December 28, 2015
'Entrepreneurship has given me freedom'
He may have failed at his first attempt, but 27-year-old Dinup Kalleril, an engineering dropout, is following his passion relentlessly.

December 27, 2015
7 self help books you must read
These books will tell you how to love yourself, not over think, and how to get better at what you do.

December 24, 2015
'You are the creator of your own destiny'
The story of Anila Jyothi Reddy, a farm labourer who became an entrepreneur, is full of lessons.

How to write a clear and professional email
If not drafted well, there is a possibility of the message being misinterpreted by the receiver.

Makers of wine, runners of marathons
Meet Uma and Krishna Prasad, a unique entrepreneurial couple from Hyderabad.

December 22, 2015
The blind CEO who built a 50 crore company
Visually impaired Srikanth Bolla is the CEO of Hyderabad-based Bollant Industries, an organisation that employs uneducated disabled employees to manufacture eco-friendly, disposable consumer packaging solutions.

December 21, 2015
Top 10: Miss Universe 2015
Read on to find out which contestants made it to the Top 10.

5 signs your start-up idea is a BAD one
Here's how to know if you're on to something huge, or it is just a mirage. Read on...

Miss Philippines wins Miss Universe 2015 after shocking ending
Host Steve Harvey wrongly crowned Miss Columbia Ariadna Gutierrez as the winner.

December 20, 2015
Study abroad tips: How to win a scholarship
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on how to pick the right international education.

December 18, 2015
'I was a picky eater. I hated carrots, milk and karela'
Chef and author Rakhee Vaswani talks about her passion for cooking, her daily struggles as a mompreneur and how she's spreading smiles through her recipes.

December 17, 2015
How to kickstart your career after a break
Ugrade your skills. Tap on to your network. Choose the right company for you.

December 16, 2015
How to become a creative genius
Have a messy desk!

7 things successful women do differently
Leadership is a personal need not an inborn trait. Develop your leadership skills and soar to new heights.

How a coolie's son set up a Rs 100 crore company
'If you have the passion to start something, do it immediately. Don't wait for tomorrow.'

December 15, 2015
Panel proposes to unleash watchdog on private coaching
Needless to say, coaching institutes are unhappy with suggestion.

December 14, 2015
Hurrah! Indian students can work in UK post studies
Indians are welcome to study and work in Great Britain, says UK's Minister for Science and Universities Jo Johnson.

9 leadership lessons from Shah Rukh Khan
The Badshah of Bollywood entertained the houseful audience at IIM Bangalore's first Global Alumni Leadership Summit with his brand of leadership lessons in his trademark style and sense of humour.

Meet Urvashi Rautela, Miss India Universe 2015
What you must know about Urvashi Rautela, Miss Universe India 2015.

12 ways to be happy at work
Stretch. Make some calls. Or simply organise your desk.

December 12, 2015
BSc BioTech: What are the options available?
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra offers advice on how to pick the right international career for you.

December 11, 2015
1000 students get jobs in 10 days at IIT-Kgp
The placement season has brought in positive cheer for students at the IIT Kharagpur this year.

'Life is about enjoying the moment'
Her first novel The Normal State of Mind was published earlier this year after a grim battle with cancer.

How to be a star performer
Do you have the ability to speak up and lead by example?

December 10, 2015
'Only the journey matters'
Darjeeling born Ekom Mamik found her true calling in life in Kenya, when she least expected it.

December 09, 2015
'Can I study abroad after class 10?'
In an online chat with readers, Sri Akella, director of Dream Seekers Academy shared advice on how to pick the right international course and career.

Why ending texts with a full stop is a BAD idea
According to a new study messages that end with a period are perceived to be less sincere than messages that do not.

My worst mistake as an entrepreneur
A serial entrepreneur and author talks about the mistake he made as a first time entrepreneur and the lessons he learned from it.

Two Indians win Queen's Young Leaders award in UK
Kartik Sawhney, 21, and Neha Swain, 28 from India are among 60 others who won the Queen's Young Leaders Award 2016.

December 08, 2015
Chat@2: Do you want to study abroad?
On December 9, from 2-3 pm, Sri Akella, director, Dream Seekers Academy, will answer your queries about studying abroad. Do join us with your questions.

Top 31 amazing innovations from young Indians
The National Innovation Foundation India (NIF), Ahmedabad shared the ideas that shined at the IGNITE 2015.

Drab to Fab: How to deliver a great presentation
Remember, if you fail to prepare, then prepare to fail.

December 07, 2015
Study Abroad: Secrets you didn't know
Why aren't our kids, with perfect or near-perfect SAT scores, admitted to top universities over lesser scoring students?

Why discipline is a bad word
Teachers find that they are walking on egg shells while dealing with indisciplined students.

'People have opened up to tolerating jokes on anything'
Comedienne Aditi Mittal reveals how stand up comedy happened to her by chance and how she's creating a niche for herself.

Life lessons I learned from Formula 1
Don't be afraid of crashing. Realising that failing is human, and moving on, is a trait that will take you a long way.

December 05, 2015
'My son wants to pursue MSc in France'
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra offers advice on how to pick the right international career

December 04, 2015
'They called us prostitutes who should be stoned'
In a no-holds-barred interview, 20-year-old Nikita Azad discusses the backlash she has faced after #HappytoBleed, the campaign she launched to protest a derogatory statement made by the chief of the Sabarimala Devasom Board.

December 02, 2015
Shh! Here's why IITians won't reveal their salary figures this time
Disclosing placement figures puts pressure on students, noted IIT officials.

It's raining placements at IITs this year
Oracle, Google and Microsoft offered plum international offers to students at leading IITs in the country.

'We can create a more equal world'
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and wife Priscilla Chan introduced their daughter Maxima to the world with a beautiful and thoughtful letter.

This 15-year-old is fighting cyber-bullying
Trisha Prabhu has developed an app to prevent cyber-bullying.

December 01, 2015
7 lessons I learned from failure
A startup founder shares important lessons learned from shutting down his company.

Higher education challenges: Why middle class families are worried
Across the world, middle class families are dealing with the consequences of competition to get into high-quality institutions.

November 30, 2015
An expert's take on CAT 2015
Did the student-friendly changes introduced this year work for the aspirants?

Expert tips to crack IBPS clerk exam
In an online chat with readers, Amit Jaiswal, head of academics, offered advice on how to crack the examination.

How do you strike the perfect work-wife balance?
Work-wife balance might be the single most important life challenge for our generation of entrepreneurs.

November 28, 2015
'An MBA cannot change your life'
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on how to pick the right international education.

November 27, 2015
'People abroad were surprised to know that we tattoo in India'
India's Abhinandan Basu is among the 100 top tattoo artists in the world list.

8 weird but effective tips to ace CAT
Why so serious? It's time to peak up!

November 26, 2015
How to improve your English skills
Collins Learning publisher Elaine Higgleton's advice to students in India is to read, read and read.

This 10 year old is the youngest Indian TEDx speaker
Ishita Katyal, the youngest TEDx licensee ever from Asia impressed the world with her ideas at the TED Youth conference held in New York, November 14.

November 25, 2015
5 tips for the perfect work life balance
Leave your work at your workstation; don't tag it along everywhere you go!

VOTE! Who's the hottest vegetarian celeb?
Anushka, Kangana, Shahid or Lisa? Who do you think is the sexiest vegetarian celebrity? Take this poll and let us know!

November 24, 2015
Super 30 founder invited to speak at German university
Anand will also interact with the Indian and German students at the Technical University of Chemnitz.

Are YOU your own worst enemy?
Ask yourself these six questions -- perhaps the answers hold the key to your success.

Last minute tips to crack the CAT 2015
Dr Kamaljit Singh, executive director, IMS Noida tells you how to optimise your score.

How to ace your next job interview
Reach on time, dress appropriately and acknowledge the interviewer.

November 23, 2015
Shahid-Mira glam up Masaba's wedding celebrations
Fashion designer Masaba Gupta's mehendi ceremony was a star-studded affair.

Do you have these skills to get ahead at work?
Top 9 skills you need to be successful.

November 21, 2015
What are the career prospects for design graduates?
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra offers advice on how to pick the right international career.

November 20, 2015
5 reasons why your start-up is not making money
Read on to learn how you can get funding for your business right now!

November 19, 2015
Is multitasking killing your productivity?
Multitasking is like taking your brain to the gym; do it enough and it will help, but stress it too much, and you are going to tire it out eventually.

'I believed in my dreams and took a leap of faith'
Solo female traveller Swati Jain, who quit her job to travel, speaks of her adventures, challenges, learnings and what keeps her going.

November 18, 2015
Trolled online? Deal with it smartly
Ignore or use your wit to counter them.

November 17, 2015
How to stay disciplined while working from home
Do not let the advantage of flexible work hours impact your sanity.

November 16, 2015
Top 9 hacks to motivate your employees
Take some time to show your employees that you appreciate them.

November 14, 2015
'Can I appear for IELTS and TOEFL?'
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on how to pick the right international education.

November 13, 2015
How to crack the IBPS Clerk exam
Those candidates who qualify in preliminary examination will be eligible for the mains exam.

'Never give up on your idea'
Intel's Young Scientist Karan Jerath talks about inventing, innovating and life.

TCS to train 1,000 graduates from UK universities
These graduates will have the opportunity to spend a year training and working for TCS at its Innovation Labs and software development centres across India between 2016 and 2020.

November 10, 2015
World's 100 best MBA schools 2015
Where does India figure on the list? Find out!

November 07, 2015
Are you preparing for the RBI Grade B exam?
Here's everything you need to know about the entrance examination.

November 06, 2015
How to choose a study abroad destination

'Entrepreneurs don't fail, organisations do'
Word of wisdom from K Vaitheeswaran, India's e-commerce pioneer.

November 05, 2015
Summer placements: IIM-B grads bag plum offers
Nearly 150 companies visited the campus this year.

At 11, this '<em>chhota masterji</em>' teaches slum kids
Meet Anand Mishra, a class 6 student who teaches 100 slum kids daily in and around Lucknow.

November 04, 2015
How to prepare for RBI Grade B exam
Amit Jaiswal, head of academics, shares expert advice with our young aspirants.

6 smart ways to market your company
Be heard without screaming; be visible without cluttering.

November 03, 2015
Why is this designer painting taxis?
Sanket Avlani started Taxi Fabric to provide a platform for young and upcoming designers who deserve a stage.

November 02, 2015
At 15, she is a White House Champion of Change

How to build a powerful team
The success of any organisation relies strongly on the people it hires.

October 31, 2015
Bridging the compensation gap
It's time did something about it.

Do you want to study abroad?
There are three aspects of this decision that you would have to weigh in to make an appropriate choice -- namely skills, interests and values.

October 30, 2015
Talent vs Passion: What is more important for success?
Heart beats talent says a recent research. Do you agree?

How to build a great office culture

October 29, 2015
Employee to CEO: 6 skills that work
Balance time, focus on correction, prevention and anticipation.

October 28, 2015
Expert tips to ace IBPS Bank PO exam
In an online chat with readers, Amit Jaiswal, head of academics, shared tips and strategies to crack the upcoming IBPS Bank PO exam.

This school teacher is mother to 28 children
Geeta Sridhar took in 28 children ailing with cancer into her home, and made them her own.

October 27, 2015
Dress for success: Fashion tips to show you mean business
Tips to pick the right business attire.

October 26, 2015
CAT 2015 Tips: How to optimise your score
Use the next 30 days to revise the concepts and attempt more mocks.

5 tips to make the most of your 20s
Don't be afraid to put your happiness first.

October 23, 2015
An engineer adds spice to fashion!
In the fifth part of this series on North East Indian fashion designers, Sanjukta Dutta tells how she redefined Assam's traditional attire Mekhela Chador with her prolific sense of fashion and creativity.

Should you quit your job for your startup dream?
Here's how to know the right time to leave your job for starting up.

October 22, 2015
'The people in the North East are very fashion-forward'
In the fourth part of this series on North East Indian fashion designers and their struggles to attain success and visibility, Atsu Sekhose says he defines his success mantra as "repeat customers + good sales."

October 21, 2015
'This generation is not interested in the art of weaving'
Dhiraj Deka talks to Tista Sengupta/ on how designers still struggle to acquire original Silk fabric from the market and how his growing business has helped the weavers earn more and lead a better livelihood.

Meet the Japanese <em>thavil</em> player
Hidenori Ish talks about his fascinating journey, from a small town in Japan to Tamil Nadu in India, for the love of music.

October 20, 2015
'Everyone needs to take North East Indians seriously'
Meghna Rai Medhi tells Tista Sengupta/ how she battled her way out to protect the age-old tradition of weaving in Assam, and brought a modern twist to their traditional attire.

How to prepare for IBPS PO Mains 2015
Your strategy must be to gain more in less time.

7 qualities of highly successful people
These powerful habits will make you more productive and a better human being.

October 19, 2015
The Silk Route to Success
Tista Sengupta catches up with five emerging designers from North East India -- Daniel Syiem, Atsu Sekhose, Meghna Rai Medhi, Dhiraj Deka and Sanjukta Dutta -- who, in their own way, are fighting to keep their traditional art of weaving alive.

How to have a Happy Monday at work
Instead of sulking and being lazy, it is important that you brave up and beat the blues

October 17, 2015
Study abroad tips: How to apply for scholarship

October 16, 2015
Does your start-up need a lawyer?
The nature of the entity you choose for your business, how you structure its legal form, how conducive you make it to receive funding, compliance with statutes from the outset, are all vital parameters that a good lawyer can lend you his experience with.

October 15, 2015
What's the ideal score to crack IBPS Bank PO?
In an online chat with readers, Amit Jaiswal, head of academics, answered queries on how to prepare for the IBPS Bank PO entrance examination.

Want to be a manager? Be a team player first
A good manager is one who takes interest in understanding, developing and building her/his team.

October 14, 2015
How to write an impressive Statement of Purpose
The primary content in an SOP should revolve around the reasons for which the programme and/or school you are applying to should accept you.

Interview tips: How to know if the company is good for you
Find out how the company treats its employees and what's in it for you.

October 13, 2015
Rag pickers to rock stars: Meet Dharavi's slumdog millionaires
A group of young guns led by Abhijit Jejurikar showed the world what they are capable of.

October 12, 2015
The desi singer who opened for Bon Jovi
'I couldn't think of anything else the whole day but music and beats,' says Carl Frenais, the Kochi-born singer making waves in Dubai.

How to deal with office politics
Group-ism at work is professionally dangerous.

October 10, 2015
'Is work experience mandatory to pursue MBA abroad?'
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra tells you how to pick the right international college and course for you.

October 09, 2015
The Dreamer!
The inspiring story of B Udhaya Krishna and his friends is the story of today's aspirational India, the India that encourages entrepreneurial spirit. Hurdles like poverty, discouragement and insults are just temporary hindrances in front of them to work hard to achieve their dreams.

October 08, 2015
Are you ready to start-up?
If your goal is to earn quick bucks, start-ups are not for you!

How three women travelled 5000 km across 14 states
Sunita Dugar, Parneet Sandhu and Neetha Jegan set out on a dream trip that changed their life. This is their story.

October 07, 2015
How to prepare for CAT 2015
Strategic time management is the best way to optimise your percentile in the Common Admission Test this year, says Prof Dr Savitha G R, HR, WeSchool, Bangalore.

#powerofpower: Lighting up rural lives through music
Simanta Roy Buck finds out why Indian-American singer-songwriter Zoya Mohan bought a one-way ticket to Mumbai.

What does the F word really mean?
Most slang words don't exactly mean what you think they do; some are too literal in their meaning.

October 06, 2015
IBPS PO Prelims 2015: Exam analysis
To clear the exam, attempting anything between 49 to 58 questions should be good.

Two accidents, a wheelchair and a National award
How Shivani Gupta bounced back from a major accident is sure to inspire you.

October 05, 2015
Start-ups: Here's how you must handle failures
Learn from your consumers. Fail fast. Pivot. Cash in on the VC wave. Raise money when you don't need it.

October 01, 2015
Stop procrastination. Start doing what you really want
Do tomorrow's work today, today's work now. If the moment is lost, when will you get to it?

September 30, 2015
World's best universities: No Indian university in Top 200
The Times Higher Education World University rankings lists the top 800 universities in the world.

Expert tips to crack the IBPS Bank PO exam
Last minute tips to ace the Common Written Examination for probationary officers for public sector banks.

'I used to scratch the letters 'IAS' on the desk'
Atheela Abdullah, who grew up in a small village in the Malabar region of Kerala shares her inspiring success story.

September 29, 2015
How not to be a mountain monkey!
'Use your emotion well. My own Vedanta guru would say, "Anger should be like a handkerchief. Take it out of your pocket, use it, and then return it to your pocket".'

September 28, 2015
'I earned a lot at 13, it's a lot more at 24'
Meet Ankit Fadia, the ethical hacker who has been appointed as one of the brand ambassadors for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Digital India programme.

'Even in difficult times, you must learn to trust yourself'
Anup Raaj, 23, describes how Super 30, a free IIT-JEE coaching institute located in Patna, Bihar, changed his life.

September 22, 2015
Odisha girl wins top award at Google Science Fair
Her project aims to clean waste water by flowing through different layers of corn cobs which is a cost-effective and simple technique of cleaning water.

10 rules of discipline for start-up founders
Yes, startups neither have a rigid structure, nor do they have to be uptight about things, but basic discipline is a must, and it is in the hands of startup founders to inculcate some rules within the team.

September 21, 2015
These 10 books are good for your brain
Bestselling author James Altucher tells you how to get a braingasm.

September 19, 2015
'My son wants to pursue Big Data in the US'
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra offers advice on how to pick the right course and college.

September 18, 2015
How a farm labourer became a millionare
From earning Rs 5 a day as a farm labourer to starting an IT services company that is worth Rs 15 million, Jyoti Reddy's story of success is nothing short of an inspiring movie plot.

September 16, 2015
How to be employable after college

Indian-American teen wins Champions of Change award

Study abroad tips: How to write an essay
The essay is all about demonstrating who you are, says Syam Chandra.

A software engineer to beekeeper
30-year-old Krishnamurthy, founder, Honey Kart, quit his job as a technical programmer at Wipro, and borrowed money from friends to become a beekeeper. Today he is not only debt-free but also processes 500 kilograms of honey every month that sells for Rs 716 per kg.

September 15, 2015
5 financial planning tips for beginners
Here are few steps that if followed will put your finances on track and help you live a prosperous life with comfort

Expert tips to prepare for IIT-JEE
Vinay Kumar tells you how to optimise your preparation.

10 skills every employee must develop
Ignore your ego, build your network and think like a leader.

September 14, 2015
'Let them make their own mistakes and learn from them'
Controlling and trying to make sure that things flow smoothly for their children comes naturally to parents, but one simply must know where to draw the line.

How to find your passion in life
Charles Darwin found his passion playing with rocks halfway around the world.

September 12, 2015
'How to pick a good international university?'
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra offers advice on how to pick the right course and college.

September 11, 2015
Icebreakers! 4 networking tips for shy people

India's best schools of 2015
Does your alma mater feature in the Top 10? Find out

September 10, 2015
Experience India's future at IIT Kanpur
Once you enter IIT Kanpur, you know you have arrived at a place which is at par with the best educational institutes worldwide. If not better.

10 English mistakes Indians make
Even the best learners tend to stumble upon grammatical errors.

September 09, 2015
A dentist who's making people laugh
At the age of 28 he's perhaps the only one in the country who's making cartoons on natural history.

September 08, 2015
CAT 2015: What these student-friendly changes mean to you
The improved changes aim to help students prepare and perform better in the test, says ARKS Srinivas.

How to develop your soft skills
While technical skills are required to receive an interview call, soft skills help convert the call into a job offer.

September 07, 2015
The hottest careers in engineering
Amit Bansal discusses the emerging trends in the engineering sector.

'We want to make people work their way out of poverty'
Two young designers from Meghalaya are making a positive impact with their skills.

September 05, 2015
Study abroad: 'What is the eligibility for SAT?'
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra tells you how to pick the right international university and course for you

September 04, 2015
Daily labourer's daughter cracks Indian Economic Service exam
Aparajita Priyadarshini Behera has cracked UPSC's IES examination ranking 13 in all India list and credits her success to her father, a daily wage labourer.

5 life lessons Krishna teaches us
Focus on your work without anticipating the result or outcome.

September 03, 2015
Should you join a start-up or not?
In a start-up set up, nothing is fixed, not even your job-description

September 02, 2015
'A model's life is not easy'
London-based Indian model Bhavna Suri tells us why models deserve equal respect as any other profession.

September 01, 2015
How to set yourself up for success in your 20s
Feel free, fly all over the sky and feel life.

August 27, 2015
How I became a model
Meet Delhi-based model Aishwarya Singh.

August 25, 2015
'I coped with the tragedy like all the others do'
Eight years ago Subhashini's husband Colonel Vasanth was martyred fighting militants in Kashmir. Today, she offers hope to widows of army jawans who lost their lives in the line of duty.

7 things that hold you back from success
Our success is, to a great extent, determined by our habits.

August 24, 2015
From Jaisalmer to Shillong, in an autorickshaw
Rutavi Mehta completed the 12-day autorickshaw run, from Jaisalmer to Shillong, considered one of the 'most dangerous races' in the world.

August 23, 2015
'What makes a good recommendation letter?'
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra offers advice on how to pick the right international university.

August 21, 2015
This popular bag company was born in a garage
Starting from a team of part-time workers to an employee base that exceeds over 3,000, Wildcraft has come a long way

August 19, 2015
5 tips to make money from your blogs
You should know who your customer is and what problem you are going to address with your blog.

August 18, 2015
'Bootstrapping has made me the person I am today'
Thank you for giving YourStory a chance to live, to be with you, to be a part of you. It's found a life and blossomed because of the love you have given unconditionally, says Shradha Sharma, founder and chief editor, Yourstory, that recently raised undisclosed amount from Ratan Tata, the chairman emeritus of Tata Sons.

How to write a perfect CV
Your resume should be comprehensive but also concise, because its fate is decided in just ten seconds

August 17, 2015
Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi: Have a dream for your country and the world
At the 53rd annual convocation ceremony of the IIT-Bombay, Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi shared stories of his struggle and victories.

How to handle criticism at work
Look at it as an opportunity to stretch your boundaries and explore further into your potential.

August 16, 2015
Winners don't do things differently. They do different things
No, I haven't made a mistake in the title. The age-old saying, 'Winners don't do different things. They do things differently,' made famous by Shiv Khera in his book You Can Win, is, in my opinion, wrong.

August 15, 2015
'What's the cost of doing an undergrad course in the US?'
In an online chat with readers overseas education consultant NNS Chandra addressed queries related to international admissions

August 14, 2015
My dream for India is...
Changemakers from across the country share their wishlist -- how to build a better India.

August 13, 2015
6 reasons why start-ups succeed
A start-up that just focuses on discounting for growth without a balancing effort towards product will soon find itself riding a tiger that's impossible to get off from.

August 12, 2015
'We have a huge crisis in higher education in India'
There is too much focus on building, infrastructure, the number of teachers (as opposed to quality), number of laboratories and so on, says Vineet Gupta.

10 skills to develop while you're in college
Networking can be an invaluable skill for job hunting, start-ups and picking up best practices.

August 11, 2015
Move from <em>jugaad</em> to <em>jhakaas</em>: Anand Mahindra at IIT-B
At the 53rd annual convocation ceremony of the IIT-B, Anand Mahindra urged graduates to focus on imagination.

August 10, 2015
He wants to end hunger, stop food waste in India
A G Padmanabhan's dream is to make India a 'no food waste economy' and promote sustainable ideas.

Investing lessons from 'professional opportunist' Sam Zell
Meet Sam Zell or the 'Grave Dancer' who made billions using his business acumen.

9 tips to crack a job interview
Arrive early, dress formally and be confident

August 08, 2015
'I want to study equity research in the US. Pls advice'
Overseas consultant NNS Chandra offers advice on how to pick the right international education for you.

August 07, 2015
Why this 50-yr-old makes India proud
Raju Dabhade is the creator of the game of roll ball that will see its third World Championship in December, 2015, in Pune.

August 06, 2015
For this IIT grad, even a newspaper was a luxury
Shubham Kumar Gautam, son of a farmer and a Super 30 student, recounts how, in a journey laced with perseverance, grit and determination, he achieved what seemed impossible.

August 05, 2015
Internship offers up by 50% at IIT-Kharagpur
Top global brands such as Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank, Microsoft, Facebook and Texas Instruments visited the campus.

12 habits of highly confident people
There is a difference between being confident and being arrogant, says Virender Kapoor.

The rapper who is taking on Unilever
Sofia Ashraf's video 'Kodaikanal Won't,' slamming Hindustan Unilever for alleged 'mercury poisoning,' has gone viral with over 25,000 online petitioners demanding that the multinational clean up the mess as well as compensate those who worked at its thermometer factory in Kodaikanal.

August 04, 2015
How Indian mythology is related to modern business
What is business? Isn't it an exchange of valuable things?

August 03, 2015
How to quit gracefully
Make it a priority to continue to work hard, attend meetings, and finish projects during your final days at your current company.

Would you work at a restaurant as Smriti once did?
Do you think you would lose your self-respect if you cleaned tables at a restaurant or worked in a mall, as you worked your way upwards in your career?

August 01, 2015
'I want to study Architecture in Canada. Please advice'
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra offers you advice on how to pick the right international education.

July 31, 2015
How not to write an e-mail
When it comes to writing e-mails, less is more. Presenting a list of mistakes you must avoid while drafting your next e-mail...

July 30, 2015
India's 10 most successful start-ups
What made these 10 businesses rise above the rest? Read on to find out...

July 29, 2015
10 skills that will get you your dream job
Employers want to know how you can add value to the organisation.

July 28, 2015
'Become the captain of the problem and defeat it'
A clear aim, knowledge, hard work and perseverance spells success: President Dr A P J Abdul Kalam.

Study Abroad: How to write your Statement of Purpose
It takes approximately one to two months to write your SOP with an ideal length of 750 to 1000 words.

The boy from Rameswaram who became President
Dr Kalam, the scientist with the poet's heart started the journey of his life from an obscure town in Tamil Nadu.

How to make the most of your online job search
Sharpen your speaking skills; this would help you connect better

July 27, 2015
UPSC topper: 'I will work for a truly Inclusive India'
Ira Singhal, the country's first differently-abled UPSC topper shares her secret to success and her big plans for India.

Indian politics: Why young people are not rising up
'Indian politics is still very much a closed shop, with leaders in their 80s and 70s still refusing to go into vanaprastha, or retirement.'

Is office stress getting the better of you? Fret not!
Don't let all those things happening at your workplace get you down. Read on to find out how you can beat stress.

Starting a new job? Dos and don'ts
Take initiative, do not abuse resources and always be punctual.

July 25, 2015
'My son wants to pursue MS abroad. Please advice'
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra offers advice on how to pick the right international education.

July 24, 2015
Chat with IAS topper Ira Singhal

16 nouns that are now also verbs
Purists are aghast, but others think it's cool and makes things simpler.

11 career mistakes everyone makes
Remember, one-time costs are cheaper than monthly leaking taps

July 23, 2015
How to master the art of public speaking
Your content is of prime importance; everything else revolves around it

July 22, 2015
All you want to know about the National Career Service portal
A lowdown on how this career portal launched by the Government of India will change your search for jobs forever

Why Einstein matters
Scientist, humanist, icon, Albert Einstein offered a lot more to the world than E=MC2, which is probably just one of the reasons why he remains one of the most enduring figures in human history. So what lessons can we learn from a life less ordinary? Virender Kapoor tells us just that.

4 ways to increase your productivity at work
I reduced my time on social media, e-commerce websites, and unfocused reading, says Pardeep Goyal.

July 21, 2015
IAS topper Ira Singhal got 53 per cent; mark sheets put online
This shows the strict pattern of civil services examination conducted by the UPSC for selecting country's top bureaucrats

How can India create more entrepreneurs?
When is the last time our government recognised a twenty something entrepreneur for introducing a break-out innovation?

July 20, 2015
How not to kill your start-up
You must be open to change, be ready to tweak or make a strategic shift, if the market demands that you do it.

How good are these new universities?
In India, the shortage is of high quality higher education institutions.

'My father, a bhel seller, believed his son could become a CA'
Mahesh Londhe, son of a Pune bhel vendor cleared CA in first attempt. Londhe, who was sponsored by Thermax CEO MS Unnikrishnan, now wants to take up a corporate job in a manufacturing firm

8 life lessons Game of Thrones teaches you
Each of its characters have an important lesson to offer in terms of how to build and lead a team, work on your shortcomings and look at the bigger picture.

July 18, 2015
'What is the right time to appear for GRE?'
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra offers advice on everything you need to know about pursuing an international education.

July 17, 2015
Fired from work? 6 things you must never do
No matter what the differences, it is imperative that you maintain your dignity and composure.

July 16, 2015
DU takes strict steps to curb ragging
Adopting a zero-tolerance approach towards ragging, Delhi University has put a strict mechanism in place to make breaking the ice with seniors a smooth affair for the freshers.

Are you ready to start your own business?
Entrepreneurship is about confronting brutal realities of life where you have to take the risk on a daily basis.

88% Indian parents want to send kids abroad for post graduation
According to the annual HSBC 'Value of Education Learning for Life' report, India has the world's highest proportion of parents (88 per cent) who are willing to send their children abroad for higher studies, ahead of Turkey (83 per cent), Malaysia and China (82 per cent each).

July 15, 2015
CEOSpeak: How to scale your business
Ashok Soota of Happiest Minds shares the secret recipe with us.

Can you pass this English test?
It's pretty easy, if you know the answers :-)

CEOSpeak: How to scale your business
Ashok Soota of Happiest Minds shares the secret recipe with us.

July 14, 2015
Want to have a healthy period? Let's talk taboos!
Team Menstrupedia is inspiring young girls to break taboos and speak about their problems related to menstruation and instilling confidence in them.

July 13, 2015
5 reasons why every start-up needs a legal expert
Hiring a legal expert will help you pre-empt crises and mitigate losses.

July 11, 2015
Study abroad: 'Does age affect admission prospects?'
Overseas consultant NNS Chandra offers advice on how to pick the right international education.

July 10, 2015
7 habits of highly successful entrepreneurs
Only making a to-do list is not sufficient; entrepreneurs know what-not-to-do on a particular day, as well.

July 09, 2015
Chat: The Love Guru addresses relationship problems!
Heartbroken? Fighting too often? Want to propose? Love Guru is here to help.

3 mistakes to avoid while searching for a job
A one-for-all resume may not really help serve the purpose.

July 08, 2015
It's time to revamp our education system
The last thing the country needs in a globalising and technologically advancing international business environment is a poorly educated workforce.

India's Topper: 'Life is too short to be defined by one exam'
UPSC toppers -- Ira Singhal, Nidhi Gupta, Vandana Rao and Suharsha Bhagat -- tell how they cracked the tough national exam.

How to become your own boss
No one can build a successful business all alone. It's a task for a team that is united by a common purpose and passion.

July 07, 2015
'Renu Raj has exploded many civil services myths'

Tips from the doctor who came 2nd in the civil services exam
'You should be sensitive to what is happening in society and you will get through the exams,' she tells A Ganesh Nadar/

What is the employer looking for in your CV?
Relevant qualification, a clear objective and a list of achievements is all it takes to impress your prospective recruiter.

July 06, 2015
The Weekend Agriculturist
Tired of weekend parties, discotheques and pubs? Have aimless visits to the mall and the latest movies lost their charm? Are you looking for something more meaningful? Something fun and challenging as well? Then this weekend, join Harish Srinivasan and his friends for a weekend at a farm near Chennai.

July 04, 2015
Want to study abroad? Read this first
In an online chat with readers overseas education consultant NNS Chandra addressed queries related to international admissions.

July 03, 2015
Will this Indian CERN scientist get help from our government?
Son of a Madurai farmer, Dr Vijayaragavan Vishwanathan has built a unique device for agriculture that can save water as well as electricity. Ironically, Vijay got support for his project from different international bodies but is still looking to get support from Indian government organisations when the product was specifically made for India.

July 02, 2015
Indian student wins US fellowship for LGBT research
Meet Shakthi Nataraj who has been awarded Philip Brett LGBT Studies Fellowship, from the University of California in Berkely.

Zahid Ahmed Qureshi will study at IIT
The Kashmiri youth who cracked IIT entrance receives help from the Army.

July 01, 2015
Who's Sari now? Sex workers design for change
US-based designer Rosena Sammi is retailing jewellery and designer accessories made by sex workers in West Bengal and Bihar.

Posting something on Facebook? Read this first!
Think twice before you post anything anywhere on the Internet says Virender Kapoor, the former director of Pune's Symbiosis Institute of Management and the founder of Management Institute for Leadership and Excellence.

June 30, 2015
Confessions of a confused Indian engineer
A guy who loved English literature but settled for electrical engineering and later, an MBA, pours his heart out...

June 29, 2015
One story of hope, another of despair
While Raju and Brijesh Saroj have found help from the Uttar Pradesh government as well as the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Zahid Qureshi is struggling to make ends meet.

How this Kashmiri girl found her true calling
From AK47s in Kashmir to becoming an entrepreneur in Germany, Upasna Kakroo has seen it all

June 27, 2015
Want to study journalism in the US?
In an online chat with Get Ahead reader, overseas education consultant NNS Chandra addressed queries related to international admissions.

June 26, 2015
'Music has the power to spread love and peace'
What matters is that you live the moment and remain strong. It doesn't matter which form of music you love. Irrespective, one must spread music because music has the power to spread love and peace, says sensational pianist Stephen Devassy

'English language skill is more important than a degree'
From Dindigul to Google and Chennai, this entrepreneur has travelled a full circle riding on English

June 25, 2015
13 handy tips for young entrepreneurs
Starting up an independent business? Virender Kapoor has these words of advice for you.

June 24, 2015
What NOT to do for good work culture
This is what absolutely kills office culture

June 23, 2015
This IITian's journey will inspire you...
... to choose your own calling cautiously

Top 5 reasons to build a rewarding career in digital marketing
Here's why a career in digital marketing in 2015 will be very lucrative.

'St Stephen's 99% cut-off wrong at several levels'
Shashi Tharoor, an alumnus of the college and Member of Parliament, talks to Ritika Bhatia about the marking system that leads to such anomalies as well as the future of higher education in the country.

At 13, Aman Singh is a change-maker
Inspiring story of 13-year-old boy who spends his spare time in helping his peers become smarter students

June 22, 2015
IIT to soon produce doctors
IIT Kharagpur set to be a one-stop-shop for all your parents' 'doctor-engineer' dreams! :-)

Asian B-schools to form consortium
The consortium will launch programmes in ease of doing business in their respective regions B-schools.

Padma Iyer wants a suitable boy for her son
How a mother's search for a suitable boy gained global coverage.

June 21, 2015
Saving an entrepreneur's marriage
Loving your entrepreneur spouse from the bottom of your heart would not only help her (or him) earn respect, but will also help you keep going. Simple things, if followed, would not only save your marriage, but make your life happy.

June 19, 2015
10 things I learned working at a start-up
A college student and aspiring entrepreneur lists out the advantages of working at start-ups

June 18, 2015
'Never imagined my son would come this far'
Son of a daily wage labourer, roadside vendor, taxi driver, private tutor, landless farmer to magazine vendor crack IIT-JEE this year thanks to Bihar's Super 30

Kunal Kapoor is the complete man
Raymond India recently unveiled its brand new line jacketing fabric collection. We bring you snapshots from the fashion show held in Chandigarh.

'Demand inheritance, not dowry'
The first woman chief justice of a state in India Leila Seth talks about her career and how she went on to fight male bias and discrimination.

June 17, 2015
Meet India's first blind IFS officer
The inspirational story of Beno Zephine!

How cab aggregators are bringing micro-entrepreneurship to students
Unlike regular cab service providers, taxi aggregators like Uber and Ola are making it easy for the students to juggle work and studies.

Bad appraisal? 11 things you should do next!
The appraisal season is over... and it probably didn't go very well for some of you. So what do you do when you haven't got what you think you deserve? Virender Kapoor has these suggestions.

June 16, 2015
99 per cent cut-off for English at St Stephen's College
Delhi University's prestigious St Stephen's College today announced its first cut-off list for admissions to the 2015-16 academic session with the highest requirement being for English honours at 99 per cent.

How Nixon fought diabetes by cycling
India has been described as the diabetes capital of the world, so it's inspiring to hear about a man who fought the dreaded disease by doing what he loved to do.

June 15, 2015
The yes that mattered
After being turned down by 113 investors, Nidhi Agarwal, founder of Kaaryah received an aye from Ratan Tata. This is her story.

#CoolestJobEver: How companies are hiring Millennials
Employers are laying the welcome mat for Gen Y -- from hiring videos to claims for the coolest interview ever.

June 13, 2015
How to fund your US education
In an online chat with readers overseas education consultant NNS Chandra addressed queries related to US admissions.

June 12, 2015
10 great reasons to start your own business
Why remain a job seeker? Become a job provider! Read on for more such reasons to startup.

June 11, 2015
So long and thanks for all the fish!
Survey reveals that majority of employees intend to switch jobs within the year.

Quiz: What's the good word?
So how good is your vocabulary? Here's a way to find out!

Meet India's chief human resources officer
Four recent instances help us understand why Prime Minister Narendra Modi could truly be called the chief human resources officer (CHRO) of the country.

June 10, 2015
Mumbai teen lights up lives in Assam villages
Dhruvraj Bhartia along-with Jyotirmoy Chatterji, co-founder of Project Chirag, singlehandedly set up 165 solar lamp units in the four villages

June 09, 2015
So, how well did your job interview go?
The interviewer is constantly giving you signs even if s/he is not directly saying it.

IIT Delhi is India's best engineering college: Survey
In the recently released EDU-RAND 2015 rankings, IIT Delhi is at the top of the list, followed by other IITs in Kharagpur, Mumbai, Chennai, Guwahati and Kanpur.

June 08, 2015
5 signs you should quit your job right away
Do you think your boss doesn't value you any more?

Maharashtra SSC results 2015 declared: Check yours!
The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) has declared the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) exam result today, June 8, 2015. Check your scores on

June 05, 2015
'How's the job market for MS graduates in the US?'
Overseas education consultant NNS Chandra has answers to all your queries related to pursuing an education abroad.

Christopher Nolan tells Princeton grads to chase reality, not dreams
Princeton graduates, explained the open-ending of 'Inception' and asked them to chase their reality instead of dreams.

'If you want change, you must get your hands dirty'
Former Watson Fellow and social entrepreneur Srikar Gullapalli talks about the issues affecting India's growth and tells us why he wants more people to actively participate in building a bright future and put India on the global map.

June 04, 2015
ICSE, ISC exam evaluations to go digital for accurate results
The Live Ink Character Recognition (LICR) Solution technology will be used to evaluate answer sheets.

'The focus can't just be on scoring high marks'
'Indian universities are giving out PhDs without adequate evaluation,' charges Dr Satya Narain Jatiya, MP.

10 powerful ways to stand out at work
Virender Kapoor is the former director of Symbiosis Institute of Management and has a thing or two to tell you about making a positive impact at the workplace.

Meet India's first woman Air Traffic Controller
Remadevi Thottathil took the road less travelled to become India's first woman air traffic controller. Read on for her story.

June 03, 2015
SC asks CBSE not to declare AIPMT results till June 10
During the hearing, the bench said it would decide whether to re-conduct the examination after receiving the status report from the police on June 10.

How to pick the best engineering stream
In an online chat, career counsellor Amit Bansal shared crucial career advice with readers on how to pick the right stream and college to study engineering.

6 words that don't mean what you think they mean
How guilty are you? Let's find out!

How to stay disciplined in a part time job
The biggest challenge is to avoid distractions.

June 02, 2015
HRD minister visits Hindu College to sort out fee waiver issue
The Union HRD minister Smriti Irani visited Hindu college recently to sort the issue of non-extension of fee waiver for persons with disabilities.

Robert De Niro tells you how to deal with rejection
"When you feel you can't fight it, just go with it." said Robert De Niro's commencement speech to students graduating from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts!

Six tips to maximise life insurance benefits
Keep these in mind to gain maximum benefit from your life insurance policies that you may already have or are planning to buy

5 tips to pick the right engineering college for you
Your choice should be based upon your strengths and goals.

June 01, 2015
Your first job: What you should expect
The first job is an extension of your education, because when you complete your education, you know 'how to write an exam' or even 'how to communicate', but you do not know 'how to work.'

What a miserable failure!
A CBSE student is angry with the board's generosity in awarding Cumulative Grade Point Average of 10 to all and sundry

A start-up that helps you learn the job while you're still in college
Mumbai-based start-up Purple Squirrel Eduventures is helping students decide on their careers through industrial visits

The cancer conqueror
Ananda Shankar Jayant had everything going for her. Then, she saw her medical reports.

May 30, 2015
Life lessons from an Oscar-winning actor
Oscar winning Matthew McConaughey suprised the class of 2015 with this amazing commencement speech at the University of Houston.

May 29, 2015
Record! 19 students bag top 10 positions in WB Class 12 exam
In a record of its kind, students from a boarding school with no access to mobile phones and TV sets have made it to the Top 10.

Why are soft skills so important?
What differentiates one person from another is how well they can effectively utilise their skill and knowledge.

#JobSearch: 'Hiring process in India is not transparent'
'After appearing for many interviews, we could infer that jobs in colleges and universities are for those who have a reference from some hot shot and not people with only a good academic background.'

May 28, 2015
'I don't want to be a big wave; just a drop in the ocean'
Angeline Dias, program manager (PM) at Teach for India (TFI) talks about the lessons she's learned as part of her journey.

Delhi University shelves stream-wise cut offs
Admissions to over 54,000 seats in the undergraduate courses will begin today.

Indian-origin teacher bags Oxford University award
Gurnimrat 'Nimmy' Sidhu is among 12 teachers to win the 'University of Oxford Inspirational Teacher Award' set up to encourage more state-funded schools to connect with the university.

May 27, 2015
Girl who lost both limbs scores 63 per cent in HSC exam
A student of commerce from SNDT girls college, Ghatkopar, Monika had lost both her limbs in a tragic train accident last year.

Maharashtra HSC results: 91.26% pass in the state
This year too, a higher number of girls cleared the Maharashtra State Board Class 12 examination.

A smartphone app that can predict your grades
The SmartGPA app automatically predicts college students' grade point average based on their cellphone data that tracks their study, party and other habits.

6 managament lessons from Mumbai Indians' IPL win
What separates the men from the boys? What is it that winners have but losers lack? Sonil Dedhia/ lists lessons you can learn from Mumbai Indians' win against Chennai Super Kings at Eden Gardens on May 24.

'I am unhappy with my job, but I have no choice'
'If Mr Modi believes in empowering the youth, he should definitely start a career cell in every college that will organise job fairs and guide youngsters on how to grow in their respective careers.'

How to master the art of confidence
Perfect your posture, speak slowly and clearly, pausing at the right intervals.

When they didn't get jobs, they created jobs for others
This is the story of two youngsters from Bengaluru, who converted adversity to their advantage.

Maharashtra Board HSC exam Result 2015 on!
Results for the Class 12 Maharashtra state board examinations 2015 will be declared on May 27 at 1 pm. Get your result by visiting

May 26, 2015
Maharashtra HSC results to be declared on May 27
Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Class XII (HSC) Results will be declared on May 27 at 1 pm.

The lecture that changed APJ's life!
A brief class by his teacher on the Rameswaram seashore on how birds fly and the locomotive force behind their flight gave former President A P J Abdul Kalam his aim in life and helped him in understanding physics better.

CBSE Class 12 results: Visually impaired boy scores 91.4 per cent
Tapas, a student of DPS R K Puram is among the toppers of the school.

CBSE UP topper wants to become IAS officer
Mythili Mishra who scored 99 per cent marks in the CBSE Class 12 exams wants to procure a bachelor's and master's degree in Political Science .

How you can add value to your career
Your current job holds the mirror to your future.

'What is the procedure to apply for TOEFL?'
In an online chat, overseas education consultant NNS Chandra shared career advice with readers.

May 25, 2015
Have you been discriminated at work?
What did you do and how did you cope? Share your experience with us.

New Delhi girl tops CBSE Class 12 results
M Gayatri of New Green Fields school, New Delhi has topped the class 12 CBSE exam in the country securing 99.2 per cent.

CBSE Class 12 results to be announced today
Education (CBSE) will declare the results of Class 12 examinations at 12 noon.

#JobSearch: 'I cleared 3 rounds of interview, but no job'
'I am attending Hindi language classes as I think it will help if I get a job in North India.'

May 24, 2015
How to prepare for your university interview
Genuineness and humility will work in your favour.

May 23, 2015
How to build your customers
Your customers are your best sales people, build that relationship.

May 22, 2015
#JobSearch: 'I believed securing a job would be a cakewalk'

So what's the job market like now?
Today, when you step out to find a job, organisations want to know whether you're able to apply that kind of knowledge at work, how much work experience or internship experience you have and your ability to contribute to the growth of the organisation.

'We almost feel like Rashtrapati Bhavan ambassadors now'
Some of the 19 NIT scholars who spent a week at the Rashtrapati Bhawan as part of an 'in-Residence Programme' share their learnings with Upasna Pandey

Remembering Mrinal-da
Mrinal Datta Chaudhuri, MDC to his students, was beyond compare -- the stuff of tales and legends at the Delhi School of Economics. He was also a good intuitive economist.

May 21, 2015
10 tips to manage your time and be efficient at work
Arrive at work a few minutes early and take time to plan and organise how you will be spending the rest of the day.

May 20, 2015
St Stephen's UG admissions to commence May 28
The last date for submitting college applications is June 15, 2015.

Working as domestic help, girl scores 85% in Class 12
Shalini, 17, who helps her mother as a maid servant in five houses, while juggling studies, scored 84.8 per cent in science stream.

#JobSearch: 'It's been two years and I am struggling'
As Prime Minister Narendra Modi completes a year in office, young job-seekers share stories of their struggles.

Top 8 biographies every entrepreneur should read
Presenting tips and case studies about innovation, management, leadership, growth, technology and investment.

May 19, 2015
'It's about taking the first step'
Meet 5 women who are running small home-based business ventures with the resources available to them.

The American university -- trouble in paradise?
The American university, once the envy of the world, is in crisis, notes Ajit Balakrishnan in his latest column.

Mumbai girl, ICSE national topper, wants to become lawyer
Ananya Patwardhan, one of the three students who topped ICSE Class X secured 99.2 per cent.

May 18, 2015
Dear young jobseeker, have <em>achche din</em> arrived?
As Prime Minister Narendra Modi completes a year in office this month we are asking you, our young jobseekers, to share stories of your struggles.

58 per cent Indian employers facing talent crunch: Survey
According to a global Talent Shortage Survey, Indian employers are finding it difficult to fill in positions in IT, accounting and administrative assistance.

ICSE, ISC results declared; girls outshine boys
In the results that were declared today, girls did marginally better in class X examination with a pass percentage of 98.95 per cent as opposed to 98.12 per cent in case of boys.

3 things successful people do in their lunch break
Do you use the lunch hour to eat food at your desk in front of your computer or do you use it do to more meaningful things?

The young entrepreneur who wants to help 1000 families in Nepal
Rajat Dhariwal, founder, MadRat Games travelled to Nepal and provided rehabilitation to the quake victims. This is his story.

May 17, 2015
10 reasons why you must go to a college away from your hometowrn
A new place forces you to get out and learn things on your own.

May 16, 2015
How to choose the best universities in the US
In an online chat with readers, overseas consultant NNS Chandra shares career advice.

May 15, 2015
The hottest start-up jobs in India
Presenting a list of the most trending jobs in the start-up world.

May 14, 2015
Indian-American boy, 14, wins National Geographic Bee

ICSE, ISC exam results to be declared on May 18
Examinations, which conducts the exams, will announce the results at 11.30 pm.

UPSC: No change in pattern, CSAT to stay
The central government has decided to retain the civil services aptitude test and set the qualifying limit at minimum 35 per cent.

5 skills every employer wants
Are you able to take responsibilities, solve problems and deliver results?

May 13, 2015
Indian-origin teen in US develops device to help blind
volunteers of 2015 and granted a USD 5,000 award.

Beware! Self-promotion can backfire on you
Researchers found that recipients of excessive self-promotion view self-promoters as less likeable and as braggarts.

Study Abroad: How to have a stress-free immigration
Apart from answering all these questions confidently, it is suggested that you keep all the relevant documents along with tickets and passport handy.

Does a woman's career end at 40?
Among the greatest mistakes women make in their career is losing track of their career goals, not taking additional responsibilities and learning new skills and technology.

May 12, 2015
Are private tuitions the bane of Indian education?
Teachers often don't give their best or throw up their hands and assume that the student will figure it out with his tutor anyway. In the process, the entire school system is being made a mockery of.

5 things you must know before starting a restaurant
List your fixed costs, including the three big ones -- rent, electricity and labour.

From America to work for rural India
Two Americans, Diana Jue and Jackie Stenson, are living their dreams in India's rural heartlands...

May 11, 2015
How you can retain the start-up magic
How do you balance the demands of an expanding business with the desire to retain the culture that made you successful?

How to get the top job
Effective leadership, confidence and communication skills are a must.

May 09, 2015
'What entrance exams are required to apply in the US?'
Overseas consultant NNS Chandra shares crucial advice for students aspiring to study abroad.

May 08, 2015
10 things I wish I knew before starting a business
I did a lousy job of making my wife understand the need for me to start my own business and this haunted me through my start-up journey.

May 07, 2015
How an IIT dropout co-founded
Meet Rahul Yadav -- the young, brash and confident CEO of the company.

Study in UK: Top 10 universities for job prospects
The UK University League Tables and Rankings 2016 ranks the best institutes for graduate prospects.

May 06, 2015
The 22-yr-old behind 'Save the Internet' campaign
Karthik Balakrishnan, an engineering student from Bangalore spearheaded the campaign that will inspire and educate millions from across the country.

Are you a great leader?
Virender Kapoor is the former director of Symbiosis Institute of Management and knows a thing or two the making of a great leader. Here's what he has to tell you, our dear readers.

May 05, 2015
The coolest traffic cop you'll ever meet
Indore's Ranjeet Singh moonwalks to control the traffic with his iron will and dance moves!

IIT-Bombay and Washington University launch joint MBA programme
This is the first time the American University has entered into an academic partnership with an Indian institute.

What is the purpose of an MBA?
Ajit Balakrishnan rewinds to a decade when mobile phones were unheard of and when an IIM degree had a different purpose and value.

May 04, 2015
Start-ups, here's how to manage your employees
Managing human resources remains a major and under-appreciated challenge for most start-ups.

4 things to do before you take up a new job
A career change is not a move to be taken lightly.

May 02, 2015
Helping women deal with post natal care
Sangopan started with a single maid and one nursemaid in 2011 and has now grown to a 12-member team.

May 01, 2015
Top 6 HR tricks that worked for my start-up
The biggest challenge for an employer is fulfilling employees' expectations.

April 30, 2015
The chaiwallah who is now a web developer
He may not be Narendra Modi but Raju Yadav, who once sold tea in Mumbai, has turned his life around, discovers Abhishek Mande-Bhot/

5 easy ways to learn new skills every day
Where there is a will, there is a way.

April 29, 2015
To build a world class university in Noida
Shiv Nadar University is pulling out all stops to attract teaching talent from the US, but will it be enough?

10 valuable things you won't learn in business school
Business schools will teach you a lot but there are certain things that you cannot learn in a classroom.

April 28, 2015
How to become a communications expert
In an online chat with readers, Prof Ujjwal Chowdhary from Edutainment offered tips on pursuing a career in media, design and communication.

'Do not oversell the India story'
Through the book 'Make in India' authors Ranjini Manian and Joanne Grady Husky bring you the wisdom of twelve CEOS who walked the trail before them.

8 reasons why you must intern with a start-up
What would you rather be -- a clerk at work or a contributing member of a project?

April 27, 2015
'How can I pursue masters in the US?'
In an online chat with readers, overseas consultant NNS Chandra offers career advice.

5 books every job seeker must read
A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies, said George Martin.

Meet the voice behind your favourite cartoons
Dubbing artiste Meghana Erande talks about some of her most important projects and how she found success in a niche industry.

April 25, 2015
The brain behind Teen Patti, the mobile game
The inspiring story of how Saurabh Aggarwal conquered it all with his mobile gaming company Octro.

The humble khichadi gets a makeover
Who would've thought the bland boring dish could help start a successful business venture?

April 24, 2015
How to value your employees
Little efforts matter a lot. Tell them you care.

April 23, 2015
Why is Wendell Rodricks smiling?
The Goa-based designer's creation will be part of New York's FIT museum collection.

Around the country in 10 stunning photographs
From frozen lakes in Sikkim and breathtaking Panoramas in Himachal Pradesh to the Green Route in Karnataka and the lush green tea estates of Munnar, readers share their best #India-Photos!

How to manage your team remotely
Set deadlines, ensure a clear communication channel and show genuine interest in your employees.

The blind street vendor who founded a million dollar company
The inspiring story of how Bhavesh Bhatia turned his blindness into his strength.

April 22, 2015
How to prepare for your internship interview
Be prompt, be yourself, present good non-verbal behavior and maintain eye contact.

April 21, 2015
The sons who won't leave home
Successful parents are increasingly faced with continuing to support children in their 20s or 30s.

5 things you must consider before you quit your job
Ask yourself -- what is in it for you?

Kanpur to MIT: The inspiring journey of Ayush Sharma
Son of a mechanic from the Public Works Department, Ayush Sharma has not only won admission to the undergraduate programme at the prestigious American university, but also a full tuition waiver.

April 20, 2015
How to prepare for the All India Pre Medical Test
Follow the NCERT syllabus, take up mocks, and evaluate your performance from time to time

How to deal with errant employees
One of the hardest parts of being in an organisation is to get things done from others.

12 things you need to know about work-life balance
Virender Kapoor is the former director of Symbiosis Institute of Management and knows a thing or two about balancing your work and life. And he wants you to know too

April 19, 2015
Meet Dia Mirza, the entrepreneur
When feeling overwhelmed by emotions and the world that she exists in, Dia Mirza goes back to that one moment that taught her the very importance of perspective.

April 18, 2015
Dear entrepreneur, are you ready for self appraisal?
As an entrepreneur, one has to evaluate and learn from each customer and continually improve.

April 17, 2015
How my father delayed my big dream
The question took me back several years down memory lane when I received my first slap from my father for my misadventures on the entrepreneurial path.

'I let my products do the talking for me'
"Start small, chill out, work through your ideas. And then make them happen," is 22-year-old entrepreneur Zeba Abdur Rehman's success mantra. Zeba, whose desire for a little extra pocket money led her to start her own handcrafting company, Paper to BagI, tells how it all started and the two years of growing, learning and maturing as a businesswoman.

Study abroad tips: Stop thinking you're an average student
Being a student means a lot of things, not only grades, says overseas consultant NNS Chandra, in his advice to readers.

April 16, 2015
How bad hiring can kill your start-up
An average team even with a great idea can spell the death of a start-up.

The 100 best universities in the world
Only four institutes from India make it to the list.

April 15, 2015
10 inspiring books every woman should read
These books, written by women authors will inspire you to become leaders and pursue success.

10 everyday phrases you are probably saying incorrectly
Think you know 'em all? Read on! :-)

April 14, 2015
Lessons from Dr Ambedkar's life
On Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar's 124th birth anniversary we take a look at his inspiring life journey.

A job site for CAs by CAs
Anurag Singal, founder of cajobportal, a job site that caters exclusively to CAs and commerce graduates tells us how he aims to skill and enable satisfactory employment to aspiring professionals.

April 13, 2015
Here's why you'll have more IT professionals and bankers
And the banking and IT sectors are leading the game.

To bee or not to bee: How this man is capitalising on the buzz
Shrikant Gajbhiye is inspiring change by offering free bee-keeping training to farmers and tribals.

Should you date a colleague?
Learn the good, the bad and the ugly sides to love at the workplace

April 12, 2015
Study abroad tips: How to improve your essay
Your admission application must be passionate and enthusiastic, says overseas education consultant NNS Chandra.

April 11, 2015
What do I do now?
Is being cautious better than being ambitious?

April 10, 2015
Study in the UK: The best universities for students
The survey, conducted by the Times Higher Education (THE), ranks universities according to 21 parameters that enhance student experience.

You won't believe what they do with discarded sports shoes
A Mumbai-based start-up is pioneering the cause of refurbishing discarded sports shoes into slippers for the needy and less privileged.

April 09, 2015
This Doon student is doing his bit to keep the country clean
Meet 17-year-old Aviral Garg!

How to find the best job for you
Experts say that you should be the best at what you do and you'll succeed!

'Sexual harassment affects both men and women'
Pallavi Pareek of iPleaders tells us why it is important to realise their potential and ask for more.

April 08, 2015
'Your skills, not degree, will get you a job'
Atul Bhatnagar, COO, National Skills Development Corporation tells us how we can effectively tackle the issue of unemployability and make our youth more employable.

April 07, 2015
Different by design
Tejas Mangeshkar tells us how he is creating waves in the realm of design.

A young girl's quest to inspire and educate young minds
Apoorva Giri tells us how she's making a difference through her workshops.

April 06, 2015
A woman's woes after filing a sexual harrassment complaint
"They would say, 'Look at these modern women. If someone puts a hand on their shoulder, they cry sexual harassment'. I became the butt of everybody's jokes." Read on to find out more

The steady, inspiring rise of Zia Mody
We bring you this excerpt from Shaili Chopra's book, When I was 25.

How to handle your appraisal better
Be realistic with your appraisal expectations and do not sound greedy.

How a dumper driver became a Masterchef
Owen Brents, the unassuming winner of the sixth season of Masterchef Australia reveals how he went from being a bobcat driver to a culinary sensation

April 04, 2015
10 ways to avoid being home-sick while studying abroad
Mostly fuelled by the cultural shock, homesickness can be a little daunting to deal with.

Will I ever raise money?
The world is changing -- FlipKart began with an investment of Rs 6 lakhs and the same amount will NOT get you started in that business.

April 03, 2015
How to deal with office bullies
Nobody at your work can yell at you, insult you or get attacked in any sense.

April 02, 2015
Harvard University to open international office in Mumbai
It is awaiting approval from the Indian government for its School of Public Health to open an office in Mumbai, a report in the college newspaper The Harvard Crimson said.

Listen up! Words of advice from this motivational speaker
Motivational speaker and bestselling author Priya Kumar has a knack of talking to people and telling them stories that inspire them to feel good about their lives even in the worst of circumstances.

April 01, 2015
Meet the 'Mauka, Mauka' star
'Mauka, Mauka' he begged and boy! did he get one. Meet Vishal Malhotra, the actor behind the popular ad.

March 31, 2015
Harvard, IIT graduates are tea sellers, too
An increasing number of b-school graduates are exploring tea-based services and products for businesses and some of them have tasted success too.

What you must do after a job interview
Should you send an e-mail, a handwritten note, or make a phone call?

March 30, 2015
Start-up tips: 7 warning signs to watch out for
The issue is if you don't know why customers are buying what you have to offer or worse if you don't even know exactly who your customers are.

11 tips to be an effective leader

How the Tatas are fighting job scams
A high-level three-member committee is formed to grow awareness about fraudulent job offers.

March 28, 2015
The guy who keeps Hindi commentary alive in cricket
Radio commentator Sushil Doshi takes us through his career journey.

March 27, 2015
Two Kashmiri Pandits get back to their roots via e-commerce
Pandits are missing Kashmir more than ever, and is their window to Kashmir.

How to speak and write better English
To improve communication skills, you need to interact with as many people as possible, says Kamini Taneja, Senior Training Consultant at the British Council.

Why are Maharashtra students upset with CET results?
From technical glitches to alleged unfair normalisation procedure, thousands of students hold the Directorate of Technical Education responsible for 'playing with their careers.'

March 26, 2015
'You can be from a village but if your idea is good, it will take off'
Start-ups in the information technology domain are quite common these days. But three young entrepreneurs have ventured into a comparatively lesser known area of food: snacks. Arul Murugan, co-founder, Chloroplast Foods, tells Shobha Warrier/, how he is bootstrapping his start-up.

Writing tips from succesful authors
Writer's block, rejection from publishers and negative criticism are just some of the problems first-time authors face.

March 25, 2015
5 networking mistakes you must avoid

How to negotiate your salary
Before you seal the deal, take a look at the fine print.

March 24, 2015
Bird woman: She shoots to conserve
India's first female wildlife photographer Rathika Ramasamy shares her inspiring journey to success.

IIT-KGP to offer short-term courses through video conferencing
The modular courses of around ten hours will be conducted live through video conferencing at IIT Kharagpur campuses in Kolkata and Bhubaneswar.

March 23, 2015
'No one is really sure what they want in life'
Fashion graduate Natasha Ramachandran tells us how she became a model and why the industry is not meant for everyone.

March 18, 2015
This start-up believes in skilling India's youth
Medha is an organisation created with the idea of bringing in better employment opportunities and life for educated youth.

#SydneyStabbing: Avoid talking on a phone when you're walking alone
Rediff reader Anil Kumar shares some crucial dos and don'ts to follow.

The art of learning
Drawing and painting can be employed to develop students into critical thinkers, problem solvers and communicators.

March 17, 2015
9 tips to improve your English
Studying English demands you to invest time to learn and practice new words and expressions.

#SydneyStabbing: 12 tips to stay safe in a foreign country
Rediff reader Arun Mehta who's lived and worked in multiple countries shares his wisdom.

March 16, 2015
'Hinduism should not lose its USP, and that is tolerance'
Meet 28 year-old Dusyant Sridhar who is a techie by day and an Upanyasakar after work, giving discourses on ancient scriptures.

10 mistakes you must avoid in your CV
Steer clear of typos, templates and incorrect information.

March 14, 2015
The top 10 universities in the world
The latest Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings lists the best institutes from around the world.

March 13, 2015
How to quit your job
I would not recommend picking up your briefcase and walking out of your cubicle at the first sign of trouble.

'Which university should I opt for?'
In an online chat with readers overseas education consultant NNS Chandra addressed queries related to international admissions.

March 12, 2015
The top 10 business schools in the US
Take a look at the annual US News and World Report's 2016 business school rankings.

She's Mumbai's first woman station master
Mamta Kulkarni, Mumbai's first woman station master joined the Indian Railways in May 1992.

March 11, 2015
'Every waking moment work towards your goal'
Riyaaz Amlani, who owns 40 restaurants, tells A Ganesh Nadar/ what readers need to do to get ahead.

How to make the most of your performance appraisal
Do not furnish incorrect information or take credit for something you haven't done.

March 10, 2015
How a team of 70 is helping people find jobs
Mera Job is a marketplace for both lower end white collar jobs and skilled blue collar workers.

March 09, 2015
Meet Ami Shroff, India's bartending champ
Acclaimed bartender Ami Behram Shroff tells us how her passion for bartending got her to break rules and set new benchmarks

March 08, 2015
'I want to inspire, excite but also hold up a mirror'
Apurva Purohit's advice to women in the workplace and beyond.

March 07, 2015
The lady with the funny bone
Stand up comedian Neeti Palta talks about breaking stereotypes in an odd world.

March 05, 2015
Asia's first woman to drive a diesel train is an Indian
Mumtaz Kazi recounts her life's journey in her own words.

March 04, 2015
QUIZ: Who's the first Indian woman to go into space?
Identify these exceptional women from their achievements.

Her dream is to make India fit and healthy
Health, fitness and healing are the key elements of this entrepreneur's life.

March 03, 2015
5 ways to improve your productivity at work
Here are 5 work-habits you should consider adopting if you want to do more with less, time that is!

This Indian has a solution to fight diabetes
Mumbai-based serial entrepreneur Shreekant Pawar, who is all set to launch a device to help fight diabetes tells us more about the lessons he's learned in the journey

March 02, 2015
Dear PM, exam festivals won't solve students' problem
Students would enjoy the two weeks of festival time and then brace themselves for the examinations.

'Ask shamelessly, be empathetic'
Ashwini Asokan of Mad Street Den tells women to break stereotypes.

February 27, 2015
4 Zen email habits to make you more productive
Like all other practices, good email practices take time. Take it one day at a time and it will become an effective communication tool for you.

5 tips to speed up your job search
You can get away with a lot of time in your hands provided you do the right things at the right time.

February 26, 2015
The child bride who is now the CEO of a $112 million company
Born in poverty and subjected to inhuman abuse, Kalpana Saroj overcame all hurdles to emerge a success story.

February 25, 2015
8 ways to make the most of your day!
Use the first one hour of your day to review your pending tasks and finish them.

February 24, 2015
'Compete with yourself, not others': PM Narendra Modi tells students
Ahead of the board examination, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged students to be confident and not get into any rat race of competition.

The first Indian to swim 1.4 miles in 52 minutes
Bhakti Sharma set a world record on January 10 this year.

February 23, 2015
How to choose your first job
Don't be tempted to take up what is on offer simply because it has come to you on a platter and looks promising on the surface.

February 20, 2015
Want a raise? Here's how you can get it!
Timing is an important factor when asking for a raise.

Chat@3: Do you want to study in Switzerland?
Christophe Clivaz of Swiss Learning will answer all your queries related to education in Switzerland.

February 19, 2015
Which university should I consider?
How do you choose between two equally incredible schools into which you've been accepted?

February 18, 2015
Online job search: How to put your best foot forward
If you're planning on applying for a job any time soon, make sure you tidy up your online profile.

February 17, 2015
How two girls are making young India think
Siblings Aditi Prasad and Deepti Rao Suchindran of Robotix Learning Solutions, are on a mission to inspire the innovators of tomorrow through robotics.

February 16, 2015
Meet India's first Playboy photographer
'When I see an unclothed woman, I do not see nudity; I see the beauty of nature, I see God in every female form.' That's L Ramachandran from Kumbakonam, India's first Playboy photographer, in conversation with S Saraswathi

These siblings are on a mission to cure oral cancer
Dr Preeti Adil Chandrakar and her engineer brother Praveen Adil travel in a mobile dentist lab to reach unusual patients.

February 12, 2015
10 essential traits of a successful leader
These qualities that can make you a better startup founder.

February 11, 2015
What you can learn from AAP's victory
Arvind Kejriwal admitted that quitting was his biggest mistake and he would never repeat it.

February 10, 2015
From Infosys to Snapdeal: Life lessons for start-ups
Founders should have faith in themselves, their vision and their team, feels Infosys founder Narayana Murthy.

February 09, 2015
5 reasons why yoga is a must for all entrepreneurs
Yoga improves the flow of oxygen to the brain and thus keeps depression at bay.

February 05, 2015
A career in HR: How you can be a people's person
An HR person's job is all about talent management.

February 04, 2015
Last minute tips to ace class 10 board exams
Dhanya Nair who scored 95 per cent in class 10 last year, tells how to beat the stress and use the time to focus on optimising your preparation...

February 03, 2015
Study in USA: How to pick the right college and course
The decision to pursue further education in a particular university requires careful considerations.

How you can be happy at work
Focus on the best you can do with what you've been given.

February 02, 2015
#LifeLessons: Be the average guy
Bestselling author and top banker Ravi Subramanian tells you why effort is essential for success.

The first woman to win a gold medal in the Indian Army
Meet Anjana Bhaduria, who was accepted into the first ever batch of women cadets in the Indian Army in 1992.

January 30, 2015
8 leadership lessons from marathon runners
Besides the passion, your disciple and endurance is what will take you to the end.

January 28, 2015
10 Americanisms that are downright confusing!
Dear supporters of Indian English, take heart! You have company. :-)

Start-up logo design: 5 mistakes you should avoid
Designing a logo for your start-up may get you into trouble if you are not aware of some basic fundamentals.

January 27, 2015
How Dabur, Lakme and Rooh Afza were started
These Indian companies truly defined the essence of entrepreneurship.

Will you quit your job to follow your passion?
In an interview with, Virender Kapoor former director of Symbiosis Institute of Management and the author of Passion Quotient talks about the importance of passion.

January 26, 2015
#LifeLessons: 'Learn from everyone; learning should never stop'
As India celebrates its 66th Republic Day, we launch a series in which achievers from varied fields share their life lessons with us.

January 23, 2015
10 things Generation Y should know
Parag Saigaonkar, author of The Perfect Storm in an interview lists out ten things India's Gen Y should know.

Three life lessons I learned from my travels
Travel is all about venturing into unchartered territory, and experiencing new cultures and people. Starting up is very similar.

Layoffs: 10 tips for mid-level managers
Tell yourself clearly that if you have to be in the IT industry, you will have to do coding and testing; else you will be out of the industry. It will take some time, but you can adjust. It is a mind game. You have to play with your mind.

January 22, 2015
Beware! Don't hire these 5 employees
These are the people who could damage your organisation in possibly irreparable ways.

January 21, 2015
'If one fails to plan, he plans to fail'
"I am a corporate story teller. I write stories that people can relate to," says Partha Basu, author of Mid-Career Crisis...why some sail through and others don't, in which he charts out a plan to tackle mid-career crisis and offers insights into how you can achieve success in your career.

10 English words that have Indian origins

Is depression a well-guarded secret in the start-up world?
Depression is not just stress, nor is it only sadness. Depression is an illness.

January 20, 2015
The girl who fought back
Kiran Kanojia lost her limb when two miscreants made away with her bag. But she hasn't let that stop her.

She taught herself to bake, now she helps stray animals
Simran Multani, Founder of Ovenderful puts her passion for baking classic bakes in raising funds to help abandoned and maltreated animals.

5 tips to stay fit at work
Eat healthy food, do regular physical exercises, strike a balance between career, family and relationships.

January 19, 2015
Silencing the whispers
The inspiring story of Birubala Rabha who will go to any lengths to protect the 'witches'!

Layoff Lessons: Keep your chin up; prepare for small course corrections
'Do not panic; have a good rapport with the HR and negotiate if they can map you to some other requirement with lesser compensation. Take sometime off -- 10 to 15 days; relax; be with your parents or friends then come back and prepare a good resume and learn new skills.' A chemical engineer and IT professional share their layoff lessons.

'Learning is a lifelong process'
Aditya Bhushan Dwivedi profiles Amitava Ghosh the chief technology officer at TaxiForSure.

January 17, 2015
10 smart tips for innovators and app developers
Internet-based systemic wisdom connects machines and people, and will drive next-gen enterprises, said Huawei's Yatish Nagavalli.

January 16, 2015
Layoff Lessons: Always be in touch with rival companies
Lost your job? Why don't you start-up your own company instead of looking out for another job?

6 smart ways to protect your business legally
It will be safe to incur these costs initially to prevent any problems in the future, which would be far more expensive, in terms of money, time and effort.

11 tips to improve productivity at work
Out of excitement, we sometimes overcommit, and this is a major reason why we are not productive.

January 15, 2015
'The tiger ran off when it saw such a big group of women'

Inspiring lives through theatre
Theatre is not about having all the answers. It's about raising the right questions that take you into a zone of reflection, says Aruna Ganesh Ram, founder, Visual Respiration.

Laid off? 10 things you need to do right away!
Management guru Virender Kapoor tells you just what you need to do!

January 14, 2015
10 words you probably didn't know existed!
Get set to be amazed!

'Hey dude, I resigned too'
Sumit Jain, CEO and co-founder, Commonfloor talks about serendipity and his entrepreneurial destiny.

Laid off? Get your finances in order. Here's how!
As part our series on dealing with the pink slip, we spoke to financial planner Sridhar Vetapalem on how to get your finances in order.

4 tricky questions CEOs have asked in a job interview
The CEO will hopefully not bother testing your skills but surely would want to know how fit you are for the organisation.

January 13, 2015
Layoff Lessons: 'They don't scare me anymore'
Two professionals -- from aviation and jewellery industry -- share their stories and lessons they learned from the pink slips they got.

Running for life
Business consultant by profession and an endurance runner by passion, Sumedha Mahajan, author of just-released book Miles to Run Before I Sleep, created history when she ran as the only woman in a team of five from Delhi to Mumbai in 2012. In a conversation with, Sumedha truns the spotlight on the big takeaway from the event that changed her life.

January 12, 2015
5 things to do to avoid getting laid off again
As part our series on dealing with the pink slip, we spoke to Nirmal Singh, the founder and CEO of Wheebox, a prominent talent assessment company.

Lessons from Swami Vivekananda to inspire you
On his 152nd birth anniversary, also celebrated as National Youth Day, we bring you his thoughts on how your actions and will power determines who you truly become...

January 09, 2015
Why are top corporate executives taking up the plough?
Hepzi Anthony examines the curious case of the white-collared farmer.

January 08, 2015
Layoff Lessons: 'You can achieve anything; hurdles, a matter of time'
Let the world know you are strong enough to achieve anything. The layoff hurdle is nothing but a matter of time, says an anonymous reader, who shared his 'layoff lesson' with

10 sentences and what's wrong with each of them!
Continuing with our series on correct English usage, we list out all the mistakes with this set of instructions we came across in an elevator.

January 07, 2015
Layoffs at TCS? Lessons we need to learn
Layoffs are just an event in life, not life itself. Life's canvas is very large; fill it with wonderful new colours; colours of your choice.

World's stunning college campuses
Who would want to study in a classroom when you have such a gorgeous campus around you?

11 things Shiv Khera wants young India to know
Bestselling author of self-help books Shiv Khera has these words of advice for young Indians!

January 06, 2015
The biggest lie companies tell their employees: 'You are our biggest asset'
They, however, conveniently forget to add the condition: so long as you add good margins to our business

#NewBeginnings: 10 things that should be on your agenda in 2015
Virender Kapoor, author of PQ and A Wonderful Boss draws up a list for you, our young readers.

January 05, 2015
Where do your old gadgets go?
This is the story of a Bangalore-based startup that has been recycling e-waste. And why you should think twice before you throw away any of your electronic gadgets.

January 02, 2015
12 entrepreneurs who made news in 2014
Vikramank Singh looks back at the year gone by!

10 ways to be happy in 2015!
There is no magic pill for happiness says, Shradha Sharma. But here's what you can do to be happy!

Kids, here's how you can get a good recommendation
A good recommendation letter acts as a stairway to good colleges and to great jobs. Shreeja Mahambre gives tips on scoring a beyond satisfactory recommendation.

10 qualities that make a great entrepreneur
What are the personality characteristics and behaviours that lead to venture creation and success?

December 31, 2014
6 phrases that you've been using incorrectly
Continuing with our series on correct English usage, we list out six phrases that are so often misused.

Everything you should know about copyrights
Under the Copyright Act of India, computer software and software programmes are considered as literary work and can be copyrighted.

December 30, 2014
Want to be successful? Do what makes you feel good!
In order to have a successful career you have to ask yourself why you are doing what you are doing, says Kumud Srinivasan, Intel India's President.

December 29, 2014
Sound of music: What 2015 has in store
From gourmet music festivals to musical comedies, 2015 promises gigs that are unique and have a soul.

The 100 percentile girl!
Neha Manglik, the only female CAT topper this year tells us how she did it.

December 24, 2014
Study Abroad FAQs: Which specialisation should I choose?, a career guidance company responds to student queries on international admissions.

6 (more) sentences that are... erm... wrong!
As part of our ongoing series we tell you just what's wrong with the way (most) Indians speak English.

December 23, 2014
What to say and when to shut up: Lessons from an Oscar winner!
Lupita Nyong'o's speech at the 2014 Academy Awards is a classic example of a brilliant speech says Rakesh Godhwani, author of What to Say and When to Shut Up!

CAT-2014 results to be declared on December 27
Result of Common Admission Test (CAT) 2014 for admission in IIMs and other prestigious B-schools of the country will be announced on December 27.

Success = High income + family

How India will hire and get hired in 2015
The New Year, like 2014, will see brisk hiring. But, specialisation and strong domain skills will decide who gets hired.

December 22, 2014
'I owe my existence to Kailash Satyarthi'
Rescued from slavery at age 7 by Kailash Satyarthi's Bachpan Bachao Andolan, Om Prakash Gurjar is today one of the world's 7 top influential youngsters.

What will Santa bring us in 2015?
As we ring in the New Year we must recognise that 2015 promises to be a very exciting time for India.

December 19, 2014
Oxford is UK's best research university

6 sentences that make absolutely no sense!
Watch what you say! Because English, as we've known for some time now, is a 'phunny' language!

How to get a job at Facebook
Computer science student Deepali Adlakha who recently secured a job at Facebook talks about the various interview stages and tells us how she cracked it.

December 17, 2014
'As a daughter of Indian immigrants, I'm proud to serve President Obama'
Aditi Hardikar says she is proud to honour her parents' sacrifices by giving back to her community and country.

The amazing success story of Flipkart's CTO
'There was a time when I went without salary for about six months,' says Amod Malviya, an alumnus of IIT Kharagpur and currently CTO, Flipkart.

December 16, 2014
How to prepare for GRE in 10 weeks
Ditch your tuitions and expensive books; there is a way you can crack the GRE without burning a hole in your pocket.

School admissions: 10 questions every parent must ask
The school is a place where your child will spend the next 14 years of his/her life. Is it equipped to meet the future?

December 15, 2014
'Do what your heart says and never look back'
Amit Singhal, the Indian who leads Google Search, is in love with what he does. Here are lessons he learnt from his career.

December 13, 2014
3 smart tips to build your online presence
The right combination of social media profiles and activity can help you gain a clear advantage over other potential candidates and reach out to prospective employers.

'How can I prepare for IIT-JEE 2015?'
It's important that you plan in advance and practice giving mock tests or test series.

December 12, 2014
Swiss schools want more Indian students
For the first time in India, Swiss Learning, an educational body managed by the Heads of Swiss Educational Institutes, has brought representatives from various schools from the country to meet stakeholders, Indian schools and parents of potential students.

Why 18-year-old Tabbu is an inspiration
'Now when I walk down the street people point me out to their daughters and say, "That's Tabbu. You should be like her",' says Tabbu Afroz, 18, when she received the Breakthrough Changemaker Inspiration Award in New York.

Top 10 best places to work
The list is based on what the employees of these companies experienced over the past twelve months.

December 11, 2014
'What is the difference between TOEFL and IELTS?'
The TOEFL scores are accepted by more universities than any other English language test. You can take the test as many times as you wish.

How to de-stress at work
The most common mistake people make is trying to do everything on their own.

December 10, 2014
3 tips to crack a tough job interview
Not all questions have a right and wrong answer. Your responses should strike the right balance.

December 09, 2014
'If a girl is raped, there's something wrong with the man's upbringing'
Miss Supranational Asha Bhat lashes out at the way men treat women in India.

Goodbye, 2014! 10 heart-warming, inspirational stories of the year
We look back at some of the most inspirational stories featured on Rediff Get Ahead in 2014.

December 08, 2014
Still in college? 10 ways to make yourself employable!
How do you stand out in a crowd? Read this!

December 05, 2014
What makes Parag Parikh a great investor
"Nobody should be buying a stock at a rate higher than its intrinsic (actual) value, because then you are looking at the greater fool theory to come into play -- that someone would buy it again from you enabling you to make a profit." Excerpt of his views on value investing.

'Girls are curious about my sexual orientation'

How to land a great internship!
Before you apply to any internship, you need to clearly mention why and how your joining will be a win-win situation for the employer.

December 04, 2014
Feeling stressed? Blame it on inbox burnout!
Checking emails too often can cause stress, a new study published in the journal Computers in Human Behaviour revealed.

11 Indian institutes among top 100 univs in emerging nations
The Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore and Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay were ranked among the Top 40 as per Times Higher Education BRICS and Emerging Economies Rankings 2015.

Strangest question: 'What would you manufacture in space?'
Rediff readers share the strangest questions asked to them in a job interview. Have you shared yours yet?

The tomboy who became a fashion entrepreneur
I don't remember a time I've ever done anything with a fear of failure. Even if I have a bad idea, I say to myself, 'What's the worst that could come out of it?' says Masoom Minawala, founder, Style Fiesta.

December 03, 2014
Too busy for work-life balance? Simple steps to take control
'You are always busy' is no longer a compliment but feedback that needs to be acted upon.

How to pick the right career for you

7 questions you should be asking your employer
Asking these matter for your career. Do not sign on the dotted line without getting satisfactory answers to these questions.

December 02, 2014
'Learning Japanese helps your career enormously'
'Japanese is a pictorial language, which if we learn systematically helps us develop our logic too,' says Sachin Gadhe, who shares his experience of learning a foreign language with us!

11 (perfectly reasonable) things bosses expect from you
Put yourself in your boss' shoes every once in a while and you'll realise that sometimes they may not necessarily be as evil as you make them out to be.

The MBA who sold her car to follow her passion
It is about discovery and enjoying the journey instead of focusing on the destination, says Gauri Jayaram, founder, Active Holiday Company.

December 01, 2014
How to crack the IIT-JEE 2015
Create a practical study plan. Read the questions cautiously. Use method of elimination.

The amazing success story of Abhijit Avasthi!
The journey of Abhijit Avasthi, the former national creative director of Ogilvy & Mather, is as amazing as it is unbelievable. Read on!

How to draft the perfect CV: Tips for freshers

November 30, 2014
5 clever ways to organise a meeting effectively
First things first! Do you have a good reason to call each and every attendee?

November 28, 2014
How to be a better leader: 7 tips for women
To inspire change and emerge as a leader, you need to have a higher sense of purpose and inspire teams to work for the larger good.

November 27, 2014
11 things that bad bosses do wrong
Virender Kapoor, author of A Wonderful Boss: Great People to Work With, lists out 11 things that bad bosses do wrong.

November 26, 2014
How to use social media effectively
Your content is the key to getting likes on Facebook, whether it's for a brand or an individual, says Zafar Rais, founder and CEO at Mindshift Interactive.

9 tips to make people fall in love with your brand

'Learning a foreign language helps promote world peace'
Pune-based Rediff reader Aparna Phatak tells us how German language helped her break the barriers and connect emotionally to the people of Germany and its culture.

November 25, 2014
Strangest interview question: 'Why are manholes round?'
Readers share the strangest questions asked to them in a job interview.

Expert tips to crack the GRE
In an online chat with readers, Jason Baran, spokesperson for the GRE programme at Educational Testing Service (ETS) addressed queries related to the entrance exam and offered crucial advice.

IN PICS: How Kiran Mazumdar Shaw founded Biocon
The entrepreneur reveals interesting nuggets about her life and career.

November 24, 2014
FAQs: All you need to know about the GRE
The Graduate Record Examination is an important test for admission into masters and doctoral programmes in the US.

4 Indians among Rhodes scholars this year
The scholars are awarded for their outstanding scholarly achievements, character, commitment to others and to the common good.

The second quit India movement
Anjuli Bhargava explains why so many young Indians are packing their bags to study abroad and the steps that need to be taken to stem this outflow.

How to exit your job gracefully
As you set forth on a new journey, you definitely don't want to burn your bridges with your employer.

'What's the minimum age to apply for a US visa?'
US Consulate General Mumbai's Consular Chief Deanna Abdeen addressed reader queries on how to apply for a US visa.

10 things great bosses do right!
Virender Kapoor, the former director of Pune's Symbiosis Institute of Management author of A Wonderful Boss lists out ten things that great bosses do right.

November 21, 2014
TopperSpeak: How to crack CAT 2014
Tanay Aggarwal who is currently pursuing his post graduation in management from the National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE), Powai tells us how he secured 99.80 in the Common Admission Test last year.

'Learning German has opened many doors for me'
Rediff reader Deepak Kumar tells us how he learned a foreign language and found a friend in an alien land.

Have you learnt a foreign language?
What was it like discovering a new world? We would love to know!

November 20, 2014
Will you quit your job to hit the road?
Why are more and more young people quitting their day jobs to travel? Abhishek Mande Bhot finds out.

LSAT 2015 to be conducted on May 15
The prestigious Law School Admission Test (LSAT) for admission to undergraduate and post graduate courses in legal studies in the country will be held on May 15, 2015.

Chat@3: How to apply for a US student visa
To know all about applying for a US student visa, join us for a chat on November November 22, between 3 pm and 4 pm IST.

November 19, 2014
Think you're smarter than your boss?
Most of us have been in that space at some point in our careers when we think we're better than our bosses. So how do you deal with it? Read on!

Afraid to start-up? Here's help!
Here's how you can keep yourself and your team high on confidence.

November 18, 2014
Move over Selfie, Vape is here!
Vape has been named as the international word of 2014 by the Oxford Dictionaries New Monitor Corpus. But do you what does it mean?

Last minute tips to crack the CAT 2014
Syed Zaidie, a first year PGDIM student at the National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE), Powai shares some crucial last minute tips for CAT aspirants taking the test on November 22.

Take a bow, young lady!

6% rise in number of Indian students in the US this year
With fresh enrollments crossing 100,000 mark, the total number of Indian students studying in the US reported a sharp increase this year.

4 reasons why you must travel more often
Find out how travelling more makes you a better person and professional.

November 17, 2014
Did you appear for CAT 2014?
Share your experience of taking the Common Admission Test with us!

5 reasons why you should work in a start-up
Working for a start-up is not the career suicide it is made out to be. It is, rather, professionally and personally very rewarding.

November 16, 2014
5 incredible life lessons you can learn from sports
From developing the right partnerships to employing strategies that help you to turn the game in your favour, the world of sports is full of lessons for your life and career.

November 14, 2014
Children's Day: Pune girl Vaidehi Reddy doodles for Google
The doodle you're seeing on Google's home page today is created by Vaidehi Reddy, a class 9 student of Army Public School, Pune.

How to get hired in 6 easy steps
From fine tuning your CV to quantifying your accomplishments, doing these will help you inch closer to the job of your dreams.

November 13, 2014
Pedalling for hope
'It is a fact that we are all wired internally to give and share. What holds us back is the glue of inertia,' says Jasmeet Gandhi as he sets out on a 1,000 kilometre cycling journey to raise money for children afflicted with eye cancer.

Why this start-up hired 100 IITians!
"Our company is a lot bigger than the 100+ IIT people we have on board. We know that talent lies in the person and not in their college degree, and we're looking on and off-campus to hire talented people from around the world," says Advitiya Sharma, an IIT-Bombay graduate, and co-founder & marketing head of

Children's Day Quiz: Can you identify these prodigies?

November 12, 2014
How to speak English correctly
These handy tips will have you sorted in no time at all!

What to avoid in a job interview
Hiring experts tell us how trivial things you say and do can lead to your rejection.

November 10, 2014
World's best schools 2014: Four Indian institutes in the top 100
Does your favourite institute feature in the list?

How to use LinkedIn to get a job
Use your LinkedIn posts to connect with prospective recruiters.

November 08, 2014
Want to study abroad? Here's why you must start early
A student should begin the ground work in classes 9 and 10 in order to gain a clear understanding of what the college application process entails and to be prepared to deal with the pressures that will follow.

November 07, 2014
How do you deal with sexual harassment at workplace?

How to dress for a job interview
Before heading to your wardrobe to decide what to wear for your next job interview, here are a few things you must know about wearing it right.

November 05,