Education & Career

Education & Career

What is a Perfect Job?

Reading Time: 4 minutes  Bangalore-based HR professional, Preeyan, tells us about the perfect job and the ‘jumpers’, in the weekly column, exclusively in Different Truths. To me, a perfect job is doing what you are good at, having consistent growth in position and monetary benefits and gives you enough personal time. This is to all my 9 to […]

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The Transition from Leader to Manager

Reading Time: 4 minutesBangalore-based HR professional tells us what it takes to move up to the position of a manager from that of a leader. Read more about it, in the weekly column, exclusively in Different Truths.   Each of us is a leader in his/her own right. We are experts at what we do and can guide people […]

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Importance of Music as a Regular Subject in our Education Curriculum

Reading Time: 2 minutesAn award-winning and internationally acclaimed Sitarist and multi-instrumentalist, Dr. Sanjeeb, tells us about the importance and relevance of music in our education curriculum, exclusively in Different Truths. Music plays a very significant role in the overall development of a personality especially from childhood through adulthood till old age.  Sounds that a child hears, even before […]

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How Important is Leadership in your Career?

Reading Time: 4 minutesBangalore-based HR professional, Preeyan, talks about leadership, in the regular column, exclusively in Different Truths. I would like to mention that the column that I present to you today is completely a personal point of view. It is not a rule book or a guide to be a good leader, but a directional message. To […]

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How to Manage Work Pressure Efficiently?

Reading Time: 4 minutesBangalore-based HR professional, Preeyan, tells us how to handle work pressure, in the weekly column, exclusively in Different Truths. Success does not come easy. And every successful professional will tell you that it is in the way they manage work pressure that raised them to be successful. We all witnessed Roger Federer create history a […]

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Students Debate Global Child Rights Issues at Model United Nations

Reading Time: 2 minutesCRY organised a two-day debating session called Model United Nations in Kolkata. A report in Different Truths. The rain-soaked city of Kolkata witnessed a bunch of young students step into the shoes of seasoned diplomats, and talk about serious global issues ranging from child rights to cross-border human trafficking, stated a media release of CRY. […]

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Education, Employment, and Empowerment of Women in India: From 1986 Onwards

Reading Time: 3 minutesDeblina and Debjani’s research shows that women are in better position than before, which was unimaginable even two or three decades back. They talk about the various initiatives taken by the government to empower women. A Different Truths exclusive. Education and employment are the two major milestones of women’s empowerment because they enable women to respond to […]

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There are no Shortcuts to Success

Reading Time: 4 minutesBangalore-based Preeyan, an HR professional, tells us what it takes to succeed. Read more to know the elusive mantra, in the weekly column, exclusively in Different Truths. In the world we live in today, success has become very subjective. “Those who already have, seem to be getting more and those who don’t have, seem to […]

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Be Focussed while Choosing a Career – II

Reading Time: 4 minutesContinuing on how to choose a career, Bangalore-based HR professional, Preeyan, talks of the various career options. The sport has also become professional and can make a great career. Everything starting from farming, labour, cottage industry, art, food tourism and recycling need to be made professional like sports. Read more, in the weekly column, exclusively […]

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Did we Choose the Career or the Career Chose us?

Reading Time: 4 minutesOur careers got shaped by choices we made along the way and not because we had a plan. Very few ambitious, self-driven, extremely studious friends who ended up getting what they really wanted. Most others got forced into doing what they did not take by choice but by chance. Preeyan dwells on the subject of […]

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